Impressions of the Allgaeu-Orient Rally

Allgaeu-Orient Rally Trailer
The Allgaeu-Orient Rally 2012 from Oberstaufen to Baku

The Challenge:
2 Weeks – 13 Countries – 6,000 Kilometer and
No Highways – No Toll Roads – No Ferry Boats – No GPS!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XI5TZT3CBA

The Allgaeu-Orient Rally is one of the largest Rally Events worldwide. Each year they have approx. 100 teams (each team goes with 3 vehicles). 2010 they had more than 250 cars/motorcycles with circa 500 participants.

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ALLGAEU-ORIENT RALLY IMPRESSIONS OF THE RACE [HD]

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OF THE RACE [HD]
The Allgaeu-Orient Rally 2012 from Oberstaufen to Baku

The Challenge:
2 Weeks — 13 Countries — 6,000 Kilometer and
No Highways — No Toll Roads — No Ferry Boats — No GPS!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XI5TZT3CBA

The Allgaeu-Orient Rally is one of the largest Rally Events worldwide. Each year they have approx. 100 teams (each team goes with 3 vehicles). 2010 they had more than 250 cars/motorcycles with circa 500 participants.

Follow my worldwide travel adventures, sport events and incentives.
My adventures include the Allgaeu-Orient Rally (Germany to Azerbaijan), worldwide Marathon-Races, Adventure Trekking in Mongolia, China, Uzbekistan, Oman, Iceland, Thailand, Philippines, Russia and Eastern Europe.
My favorite tours are the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow to Beijing (called The Vodka Train) as well as travelling along the Silk Road… Kazakhstan — Uzbekistan — Turkmenistan.

Iam trying to keep this Travel Blog updated with all my upcoming trips and adventures.
https://1001adventuretrips.wordpress.com

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Rally Highlights

Rally Highlights…
What happend along our trip from Oberstaufen (Germany) to Baku (Azerbaijan).

One of the last automobile adventures of this World, the old and youngtimer rally from the Allgäu region in southern Germany to the Orient and specifically to Baku in Azerbaijan was started 28th of April 2012 for the seventh time in Oberstaufen.
It was also in the year 2012 the Low Budget Rally for the people, who dream of participating in a calculable adventure. The rally is a cheap alternative for Paris-Dakar for strong Teams and good mooded people.

Juergen Schreiter from SMS-Frankfurt participated 2012 in at the Allgaeu-Orient Rally for the first time with the CaBa Racing Team.

The Challenge:
2 Weeks – 13 Countries – 6,000 Kilometer and
No Highways – No Toll Roads – No Ferry Boats – No GPS
!

Start of the Allgaeu-Orient Rally 2012

Start of the Allgaeu-Orient Rally 2012 in Oberstaufen

The Challenge:
2 Weeks – 13 Countries – 6,000 Kilometer and
No Highways – No Toll Roads – No Ferry Boats – No GPS
!

The Allgaeu-Orient Rally is one of the largest Rally Events worldwide. Each year they have approx. 100 teams (each team goes with 3 vehicles). 2010 they had more than 250 cars/motorcycles with circa 500 participants.

April/May 2012 The Rally Allgaeu-Orient

Below you find some Rally Impressions: