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Category Archives: Peking to Paris 2010

>More from Mongolia

Posted on September 15, 2010

>Today marks the fifth day of the Peking to Paris motor challenge. Kicking off this morning in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia, the competitors plan to cover another 360km/224mi throughout the course of the day, spending the night in Kharakorin. The weather in Mongolia is a pleasant 68 F during the day, dropping below freezing during the  Continue Reading »


>What do National Celiac Awareness Day and ground lamb have in common..?

Posted on September 13, 2010

>So much news today! The race has already left China, arriving in Mongolia yesterday! Go team! Don’t forget, you can track the progress of the race live(!) through Skytag (our GPS-enabled car is #60 – Douglas Mackinnon and Anastasia Karavaeva!) And although we have already left China, I want to share a few resources with  Continue Reading »


>Kicking off in Peking with a Recipe!

Posted on September 10, 2010

>Since you cannot race on an empty stomach, we would like to formally kick off the first day of the Peking to Paris motor challenge with a traditional favorite: Peking (Roasted) Duck! The recipe dates back to a manual written by the imperial kitchen inspector of the 1330s, developing into its present incarnation over the  Continue Reading »


>Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

Posted on September 9, 2010

> Already Thursday morning in China, the Peking to Paris motor challenge is only hours away! Here, both of the cars sponsored by Glutenfreeda: #60 (above), a 1939 Chevrolet Speedster (3600cc), driven by Douglas Mackinnon and Anastasia Karavaeva and #77 (below), a 1939 Dodge D11 Deluxe, (also 3600cc), driven by Vilnis Husko and James Kabrich.  Continue Reading »


>From Peking to Paris, Join Glutenfreeda in Raising International Celiac and Gluten-Intolerant Awareness

Posted on September 6, 2010

>Starting Friday, September 10th, Glutenfreeda will be racing from Peking to Paris, along the old Silk Road to raise celiac disease and gluten-intolerance awareness. The route covers over 8,900 miles through 11 countries: China, Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekhistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Turkey, Greece, Italy and France and Glutenfreeda will be there all the way. Our cars,  Continue Reading »


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