Reza Pakravan is a filmmaker, adventurer and author. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and listed amongst the world’s top 20 most seasoned travellers. He has presented and produced prime time TV series aired worldwide on networks such as the BBC, Channel 4, Fox, Aljazeera, CBC and SRF. Reza’s constant thirst for adventure has earned him the Guinness World Record for crossing the Sahara Desert by bicycle. Pushing his ultra-endurance limits further, he cycled the 11,000-mile length of the planet from north to south in the record time of 102 days. Much of Reza’s recent work has focused on the issues faced by remote, indigenous peoples: revealed in his recent TV series “Transamazonica” and his upcoming project about the tribes of Chad. He is currently a featured contributor to The Outdoor Journal and Adventure.com.