The Mongol Rally is one of the greatest motoring adventures in the world.
The Mongol Rally takes place over 16,000 km across mountains, desert and steppe of Europe and Asia each summer. There’s no backup, no support and no set route; just our team, fellow adventurists and a tiny 1.2-litre engine car.
Pretty much if nothing goes wrong, everything has gone wrong on the journey.
The Mongol Rally is about getting lost, using your long-neglected wits, raising tons of cash for charity and scraping into the finish line with a destroyed vehicle and a wild grin on your face.
Neither our car nor our lives will ever be the same again.
There are only 3 rules on the Rally:
Each team can just take a small vehicle of 1.2 litres or less
Each team is entirely on their own. NO support from the Mongol Rally organisation.
Each team has to raise a minimum of £1000 for charity.
Additionally, you have to start in Prague, Czechia (we start in London, England) and finish in Ulan-Ude, Russia. Any route from Prague to Ulan-Ude is entirely up to the individual team.
Our team will start in London, England and head off to Ulan-Ude, Russia via Prague, Czechia while crossing through 48 countries and territories and 2 continents. The countries we will be passing through are:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republic of Artsakh