Team Kubb & Tugs

Max Tweedie
Of Kubb & Tugs
On the Mongol Rally 2019

Great night out in Istanbull. The crew is loving turkey! Caught up with team Cruisin Kiwis and the Aotearoa Bowling Club, a lad whose mates had ditched him and the Romanians Bogdun and Yuana (definitively spelling them wrong) - the couple with the bike and side cart. Turned the restaurant into a pub and turned turkey on! Off to Gallipoli next.


Paddy McInnes

Load Paddy


They Kubb'd & they Tugged and they beat every country. 3 kiwi lads (a builder, a farmer and a chopper pilot) take on the rally, and whilst at it - challenge each host nation to a game of Kubb.

Team Vehicle

Fani’ the Fiesta

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