where could I take my motorcycle on this planet and write about it because you’ve never heard anyone riding there before?
The perfect adventure motorcycle, is there such a thing? No, because everybody is different and one size does not fit all.
What made it, what didn’t?
…reviews of products and gear so far.
I think A to F is a good way to go, cause most of us have been to school and we know getting an F is as bad as it gets, but obviously YMMV.
All parts and gear was reviewed for 7000 miles
What I carry is for any country in the world, 4 season riding, camping, cooking, but obviously, I look to be in warmer climates as much as I possibly can be. If I forget something or need something I buy it on the road I try to cover all bases to a minimum but at the same time not overload.
all riders have an opinion on what their perfect bike is for RTW travel, choose what makes you want to ride it every day, if stock doesn’t do it for you, modify!
Time for a new bike for me, a 2016 500exc Six Days, time to prep it and get it ready for a RTW journey
Lawsuits are real, once a photographer proves copyright ownership of an image they can legally sue, and just because you are in another country does not stop this happening. Most countries now have laws in effect and it can allow the copyright owner to ask for statutory damages (up to $150,000)
On incline starts and general climbs in the sand, it really was a great help making riding a breeze, where a normal knobby would have taken a little more concentration on my part.
Packing is a very individual thing and each person will differ greatly, but for those of you who like to read pack lists and are trying to reduce your pack size/ weight, this might be the post for you This is the gear that works for me, it may not work for you but itContinue reading “RTW packing in 40 liters, and less than 40lbs…challenge accepted”
Caraz is not a bad place to be stuck in for two weeks, even with bad food poisoning. A nice little hotel right on the main square, secure parking in the courtyard, and my buddy @mak arrived His bike is a Yamaha 250 Tenere, pretty much a perfect bike for South America, Fi, amazing mileage of over 400km toContinue reading “Peru, Ecuador and Colombia Offroad Part 5…and Leaving South America”