Buggy Adventures/Expeditions

A 32 Mile Run Mayhem and Madness in 2010

It was fun for some and not such fun for others….read what happened HERE from an adventure a couple of years ago


Grant Oliver Adventurer has just crossed the Namib, unaided, on a kite buggy.

The Namib is a coastal desert in southern Africa. The name Namib is of Nama origin and means “vast place”. According to the broadest definition, the Namib stretches for more than 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) along the Atlantic coasts of Angola, Namibia, and South Africa, extending southward from the Carunjamba River in Angola, through Namibia […]


Nabx 2012 – Friends photo captures, and Sponsors

These are a few photos I was captured on by Mike Kenley aka MDK, Ryan aka gOOfba11 and Chris Shultz president of HQ USA, thank you for these photos I would also like to say a big thank you to my sponsors, please guys, take the time to look at their sites, merchandise and offerings, […]


Wind Powered Greenland Crossing – Snowbuggy

Snowbuggy team members back from winter training in Czech Republic                         More detail and the latest video here


Powerkite Magazine

Second instalment of last years NABX trip in this months Powerkite Magazine issue 49 packed with land based kiting information Media   And for those of you that do not subscribe to this magazine you can read the full NABX 2011 account HERE


Kite Buggying Trips in the Mongolian Gobi Desert

I came across this web site offering kite buggying trip into the Gobi Desert, so I thought I would share this with you in case anyone fancies something a little different.                 Tour Description Day 1: Arrival Ulaanbaatar, Bogd Khan’s Winter Palace, Monastery of Choiji Lama Day 2: […]


The 2004 Gobi Desert Buggy Expedition

The Team Sourced from http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/norfolk/3643359.stm Kieron Bradley, 30, and Peter Ash, 34, both from Norfolk, and Professor Brian Cunningham, of Greater Manchester, will cross the Gobi desert in kite buggies. The trip, planned for September, will start in the Altay region of Mongolia and finish in the Erdenaalai region. The 43lb buggies measure 8ft x […]


When the Desert Kicks

By March 2011 after 10 years of desert buggying,  I’d clocked up around 35,000 kms. During that time I’d smashed my right shoulder and busted a couple of ribs but nothing so devastating as the OBE I encountered on 4 March 2011, which left me in a debilitated & depressed state as I was unable […]


Sand Yeti

Sand Yeti’s intro has been updated, and you can also find his tips and adventures here


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Dubai Desert Buggying Expedition 2012