ASEAN Rickshaw Run

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University of Oxford team, Tom Hoogervorst (L) Xin Hui Chan (C) and Pingtjin Thum (R) take off in their auto-rickshaw as they start the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta.

University of Oxford team, Tom Hoogervorst (L) Xin Hui Chan (C) and Pingtjin Thum (R) take off in their auto-rickshaw as they start the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta.

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An auto-rickshaw is driven from the startline during the send-off ceremony in Jakarta.

An auto-rickshaw is driven from the startline during the send-off ceremony in Jakarta.

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Participants, from left to right, Eoin Pherson of New Zealand, Kristy Ruthen of Australia and Mark Poot of Australia pose near rickshaws before the start of the ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Participants, from left to right, Eoin Pherson of New Zealand, Kristy Ruthen of Australia and Mark Poot of Australia pose near rickshaws before the start of the ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Participants drive rickshaws at the start of the ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Participants drive rickshaws at the start of the ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Participants of the ASEAN Rickshaws Run travel on the street after they were flagged off from the ASEAN Secretariat building in Jakarta.

Participants of the ASEAN Rickshaws Run travel on the street after they were flagged off from the ASEAN Secretariat building in Jakarta.

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Participants of the ASEAN Rickshaws Run from Singapore prepare their auto-rickshaw at the ASEAN Secretariat building in Jakarta.

Participants of the ASEAN Rickshaws Run from Singapore prepare their auto-rickshaw at the ASEAN Secretariat building in Jakarta.

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Singapore residents Dan Fidock (R) and Daniel Vanhaeff (L) pose in front of their auto-rickshaw during the send-off ceremony in Jakarta.

Singapore residents Dan Fidock (R) and Daniel Vanhaeff (L) pose in front of their auto-rickshaw during the send-off ceremony in Jakarta.

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Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan (R) accompanied by Jakarta City Governor Fauzi Bowo (L) inspects the 28 petrol fueled auto-rickshaws that will be used in the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run at the place where the journey starts in Jakarta.

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan (R) accompanied by Jakarta City Governor Fauzi Bowo (L) inspects the 28 petrol fueled auto-rickshaws that will be used in the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run at the place where the journey starts in Jakarta.

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Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan (2L brown shirt) accompanied by Jakarta City Governor Fauzi Bowo (L green shirt) inspects the 28 petrol fueled auto-rickshaws that will be used in the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run at the place where the journey starts in Jakarta.

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan (2L brown shirt) accompanied by Jakarta City Governor Fauzi Bowo (L green shirt) inspects the 28 petrol fueled auto-rickshaws that will be used in the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run at the place where the journey starts in Jakarta.

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Eoin McPherson (on the wheels) from New Zealand, Kristy Ruthuen (C) and Mark Poot (R) from Australia in their auto-rickshaw start the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta.

Eoin McPherson (on the wheels) from New Zealand, Kristy Ruthuen (C) and Mark Poot (R) from Australia in their auto-rickshaw start the 3,000-kilometre ASEAN Rickshaw Run in Jakarta.

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