riding Iceland on my KTM 500exc, dirt roads and shipwrecks
First day riding in Iceland and almost immediately I am doing river crossings
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
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!
After the lake the sun dropped and the temperature dropped quicker, the track became worse or maybe it was my imagination, the headlight was making the track look like it was lined with basketball size rocks with the huge shadows it created.
Let’s talk about money…RTW costs, that is!
…we made sure we were on the west side of Huascarán National Park so we could do a two-day loop, across the park on the #106 and back on the #107, this took us 4 days to complete…