At the commencement of
planning this journey, the idea of any sponsorship seemed a long shot. However with the publication of this
website, even though it is still in it’s infant stages, interest in the journey has been
If you would like to
get involved, by means of sponsorship via supply of products, technical information or services, please do not
get in touch with the
What can the Donkey and Mule give You in Return?
A listing and
product review linked to the
of the website
- along with your logo and links to your web site on the
Useful Links page, and some advertising
the bikes .
will be keyword tagged with search engines (i.e. Google) so people looking for your products, or reviews of them
will find them here.
section of the web site is linked to the travel log, and will be significantly expanded in the coming months, so
please check back for updates.
The trip will also be
filmed in HD by way of helmet and bike mounted cameras and camcorders, with a short film to be produced on
that they do not have the budget or fame to make a ‘Long Way Round’ style of production, but the intention is to
have the recordings Professionally edited and submitted to the Indy film scene for review.
As always with this
type of Journey, there is a chance that they may not make it all the way to Magadan. The Quadrupeds are well
aware of the possibility of injury, civil unrest and breakdowns. So they make no guarantee as to the level of
exposure your products will receive.
However the names
Donkey and Mule were not chosen lightly, as they are 2 very stubborn and determined guys.
One is a motorcycle
mechanic, the other a mechanical engineer, both have competed at Australian Championship level with success. So
between them there is enough bike experience, repair knowledge and technical knowhow to make this journey a