There was no script, nothing was planned, everything has evolved from the moment.” The result is an adventure?Documentation, not only for Australia fans and cyclists – a film of lust for adventure and the unique continent makes at the end of the world. What a trip! The episodes are divided according to travel sections. So first episode, the planning and preparation of travel portrays Semsch where, in other episodes, the spectators accompany the extrem?Cyclists at the starting point of his journey, the lively port?Metropolis of Sydney. Against the backdrop of the world-famous Opera House he finally on the new year’s day 2012 starts at maximum temperatures. From there, it goes through the beautiful coastal roads of the South from Melbourne via Adelaide to Perth.
The biggest challenge is considered to exist in the endless expanse of the West Coast: especially the 600 km-long stretch of Port Hedland for Broome in northwestern of Australia have Maximilian orkanartigem headwind, barren landscape with only two gas stations driven along the track, its limits. But the majestic great barrier reef to the East, the beautiful coastline of the South and the Kimberley in the North compensate denominated the 29-years-old and his two-headed team for all strains. The journey was crowned by an unforgettable personal experience: at the end of the journey, Maximilian and Marion married barefoot on the beach of the East coast of Australia. Technology and human adventure perfect insisted the conclusion of the trip: equipment and technology withstood the extreme stress test to 100% – on the 16,000 km Maximilian had Semsch only seven flat tires, a breach of the spoke and twice the chain his E-bike shark bike had to be changed to eQ trekking. The eBike system from Bosch provided together with the infinitely adjustable hub NuVinci N360 but physical relief, but also Maximilian muscle called the strong headwind. Image and moving: imagery to Maximilian Salman and “what a trip – Around Oz” get under: presse.html. Copyright: What a trip. Under vimeo.com/61617891 you see the trailer of the travel documentation.
Additional material like sent to you on request. More information about Maximilian Semsch and for his projects, see or on his Facebook?Page Maximilian.Semsch the film as a DVD and BlueRay is available from March 25 and on under and also in bookstores and at selected retail from 19.90 euros. Press contact achtermannPR Nicole Edwards City Mobile: 0177-7882745 email: ne@achtermann?pr.de Fu? r ru? ckfragen to bike (shark bike), gears (NuVinci), eBike?Drive system (Bosch) and apparel (VAUDE) please contact the respective company, with questions about the trip and to Maximilian Semsch please contact Nicole Engelsta? townspeople. U? ber Maximilian Semsch what a trip In 2008 sets Maximilian Semsch 13,500 miles by bicycle back? ck and crosses on his bike trip from Mu? meerkats to Singapore ten countries. Result is the film “what a trip – 15 km/h at the end of the” World”, awarded 2010 include the Bavarian youth Film Prize. The film shows that Maximilian no Mu? hen has spared his dream to make? cases, he has this scho? ne and less scho? ne moments experienced – full of joy, pure desperation and absolute solitude. Entfu in his travel books? Semsch nourishes the spectators in wunderscho? ne landscapes and la? lets him be part of the travel adventure. Now, Maximilian is back? ck by his second trip and Australia circling once with an E-bike. Also from this trip is a film that is certainly no less impressive than the first. What a trip! Maximilian Salman