EDITION III – CENTRAL ASIA
The Third Team
More than sports Matthieu seeks for adventure. With numerous trips and notably an experience in Syria last summer, he has satisfied his wanderlust and most certainly knows how to tell its tales. Literary profile of the group and natural critic, he will report entrepreneur’s testimonies and his inspiring stories.
Having moved abroad since he was able to tumble down the stairs, Arif’s adaptability will come in handy throughout our different encounters. Despite having little experience in long distance biking, he is up to the challenge.
Great outdoor sports lover and passionate about mountains, Jules also benefits from previous bike trails. From Erevan to Tbilissi in Iran and Turkey, baklavas won’t have secrets for him. Mechanic by nature, history and maps lover and capable of boxing the compass, he will be our guide throughout the journey!
Sports, adventure and magic tricks are Elias’s favorite hobbies. His experiences in the Alps, Massif Central and Finland turned him into a more than resourceful person. His magician skills will surely occupy our hosts and his know how in the media field will likely entertain our community through images and videos that will make them travel from their lıvıng room.
Is not diversity the best asset for a group?
With 2 students in engineering schools, one business school student and a law school student, Rocket Bike Asia believes on a different profiles synergy. Friends since our youngest age (kindergarten), we took our own path to finally reunite around one common interest: Entrepreneurship.
There is no doubt that the engineer, lawyer or manager will have a complementary approach to the question, which will be our advantage at the diversity of entrepreneurs along the road.
And not any road ! 10 000 kilometers from the Baklava city of Istanbul to the Mongolian steppes, reaching Ulaanbaatar, our silk road will meet friendship and adventure.
Marco Polo, first historical entrepreneur, soared through the Khan empire opening up this first commercial road between Europe and Asia. Source of inspiration, the silk road inspired generations of merchants and young audacious entrepreneurs.
What has that legacy left us with, to this day?