Long Way Down is now airing in the USA on Halogen TV. The weekly spot is Fridays at 8/7c.
For more information and to watch the trailer check the Halogen website:
Long Way Down is now showing in the USA on ESPN Classic. The 10 part series starts on 18th January at 11pm EST.
Watch Ewan and Charley on this 15,000-mile journey from John O’Groats at the northernmost tip of Scotland to Cape Agulhas on the southernmost tip of South Africa. Riding through spectacular scenery, often in extreme temperatures, they faced their hardest challenges yet. They rode through Western Europe and East Africa, once again mixing their love of motorcycles with the irresistible lure of far flung roads on the ultimate expedition.
Brand new Long Way Round t-shirts available now on the Long Way Round website store.
We were getting many requests from fans for new t-shirts so Charley wanted to design some for himself, with the help of Phillip Harkness (formally of Mambo t-shirt design).
“We just spent the last couple of months designing this t-shirts inspired by our trip and love of motorcycles and both Ewan and I are very excited about the result and we hope you guys like it as much as we do”. Charley Boorman.
Would you like an official poster of your favourite show?
To take part simply send in a picture of yourselves reading the ‘Long Way Round’ or ‘Long Way Down’ book in a suitably adventurous, exotic or exciting location and upload the picture to our Long Way Round Facebook page with the caption ‘Chasing Shadows’
We are giving away two posters at the moment, with more to come if you show yourselves up to the challenge.
So post your pictures now, with a description of the amazing location!
The Long Way Round Team
Here, at London HQ, Long Way Round team is busting its panniers in anticipation of our Long Way Round launch in USA.
That’s right, because on the 26th October at 9pm on Current TV, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman will be riding across your screens.
Watch the boys burn two-wheels on BMW motorbikes, as they journey 20,000 miles the Long Way Round, from London all the way to New York, heading east.