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Tuesday Chinwag No.8 – Lost On Earth with Steve Crombie

5 years ago

Aussie dirt bike adventurer and TV personality, Steve Crombie, swung by the Transmoto office late last week, with a box of his new book ‘Lost on Earth’ tucked protectively under his arms, like his first born. Listen to Crombie as he spruiks his new literary masterpiece, making impassioned pleas for every man and his dog to buy one. We’ve only read 100 pages and it’s a great read so far.

Lost on Earth retails for $34.99 and is published by Pan Macmillian, so you’ll find it in all good book stores.

There is also this fancy video teaser that you might like to watch of Crombie’s travels.

Thanks also to Lonely Planet Television for providing footage of Crombie’s South American adventures.

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