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Tough Rides   

Information
China: 6x30 | HD | 2013
India: 6x30 | HD | 2014
Brazil: 6x30 | HD | 2016
Production Company
Ryan Pyle Productions
Primary Broadcaster
The Travel Channel

PROMO FOR TOUGH RIDES: BRAZIL

Colin and Ryan Pyle take off from Shanghai on their two well-kitted out BMW bikes for an epic adventure. They will cover 18,000 kilometres over 60 days in a circuit of China that has never been attempted before.

When completed their record-breaking circumnavigation of China they thought it would be their last great adventure together but they decided the adventure was not over and moved on to cover on bike also India.

Most recently Ryan is set for his greatest adventure yet – an epic 14,000 kilometre, 60 day circumnavigation around Brazil. Be ready for Amazonian mud! 

China - Episode 1: Shanghai to Korea

Colin and Ryan Pyle take off from Shanghai on their two well-kitted out BMW bikes for an epic adventure. They will cover 18,000 kilometres over 60 days in a circuit of China that has never been attempted before.

Within minutes of setting off, Colin is nearly clipped by a giant bus and that's just the first in a series of unexpected obstacles that lie in wait for the Pyle duo. Crazy drivers, 40 degree plus heat, massive landslides, floods, inhospitable towns and dangerous falls will hamper their progress as they wind north from Shanghai, cross the Yangtze River and on to the border of China and the hermit kingdom of North Korea.

India - Episode 1: Himalayan Foothills

Colin and Ryan Pyle set off from Delhi on their iconic Indian Royal Enfield bikes for an epic adventure. They will cover 14,000 kilometres over 54 days in a circuit of India.

Neither Ryan nor Colin has ever been to India before, much less ridden on crazy roads full of sacred cows and overcrowded cars. Their journey begins by winding their way north up into the foothills of the Himalaya. They navigate over narrow mountain roads to Manali, the extreme sport capital of India, before navigating over a notorious mountain pass, 4000m above sea level, called The Rohtang Pass, which translates directly as 'corpse pile pass'.