covering everything concerning costs and how to make the money to head out on the road and also how to make the money when you are traveling.
How to pack less, spend less, see more and keep traveling longer. The most requested video is now on YouTube
There are loads, literally loads of books written by adventure motorcycle riders, I have tried to compile the definitive list.
I stopped using rim strips years ago as it can add time and annoyance on the trail if you get a flat, getting it to stay aligned with the center of the rim, getting the hole aligned and also them snapping.
It’s obvious that some don’t understand ‘less is more’ when it comes to riding and travel when some bikes are packed to excess – we’ve all seen the photos
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 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!
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)