Let me take you on a journey…but don’t worry, you don’t need to leave your couch, just keep reading…

Imagine…a solo journey. For 71 days only you… and only walking…

Already sounds hard? Imagine walking across the notorious Taklamakan Desert in Western China.

The Taklamakan Desert, also referred to as the ‘Place of Ruins’ or the ‘Sea of Death’, is that the largest desert in China, at over 620 mi (1000 km) long and 250 mi (400 km) wide. Lying between the Tien Shan and Kunlun mountain ranges, the Taklamakan Desert may be a water less death trap, experiencing a mean annual rainfall of just 0.4 inch (1 cm). Legend states that you simply can get into the Taklamakan, but you’ll never get out!

Rob Lilwall did! He came and he got out. Solo. Imagine the strength of the character, the facility of the mind and therefore the ability of the body you would like for that journey!

Rob Lilwall successfully completed a 71 day solo journey across China’s deadly Taklamakan Desert. Video Credits: Rob Lilwall on Vimeo.

But that’s not all. You furthermore may need some luck and help. And here comes Odysseus, a homemade beach cart equipped with four superior quality WheelEEZ® wheels. Only WheelEEZ® low balloon wheels can carry 100 kg of load over the soft desert sand and handle the temperature range from -15 to +75 Celsius.

WheelEEZ® is proud to possess been ready to assist Rob with this legendary journey!

You can read more about Rob’s adventure at www.roblilwall.com