Five months and 20 countries into their journey, this husband and wife duo share some of what they’ve seen thus far
We take some time with Noah Horak to talk about his life and adventures around the world.
After 146 days on the road, Amy and Buck completed their massive lap of China having logged more than 21,000 miles thus far. During this leg the duo visited all of China’s 33 provincial regions.
It was the eve of the Winter Solstice, but before we were forced to succumb to the holiday spirit in full, we decided to escape into the desert for one last motorcycle trip to cap off the year.
What makes the project an epic voyage is the platform he’s riding, which is a flea of a thing, a 125cc Suzuki Van Van. Oh, and that he’s riding it all for charity.
Crushed by the challenges of the daily grind, Allan loaded up his motorcycle and embarked on a three year, 62,000 mile expedition around the globe.
Kickstarter is awash with lofty ideas, not all of them destined to be realized. That said, we recently came across this unique project and felt we simply had to share.
Adventurers Buck and Amy are currently more than 60 days and 6,000 miles into what will be a 20,000 mile loop around the entirety of China. Now this is an epic ride.
Organizers of the Carson Valley/Lake Tahoe Adventure Moto rally are working to make this annual gathering something big, and they have all the critical ingredients for success
Inspiration at Overland Expo is drawn from vehicles, classes, and foods, but most of all from the amazing people who congregate there each year
In some ways motorcycles are the ideal overlanding platform. They’re inexpensive, sip fuel, can get through stalled traffic, or down the narrowest trail. In my experience, they’re two to three times faster over rough roads than 4x4s. And, as this beautiful video shows, they even work for very long distance travel. Between 2010 and 2012…
via West County Explorers Club: This beautifully shot video takes you off-road through the desert near Dubai on a KTM 525. A Honda XR650R rides alongside.
Well done, guys!
We thought it would be easy.
Looking at the map we figured a quick two or three hour ride and we would be in Arequipa.
via West County Explorers Club: The 2011 AMA District 37 Barstow to Vegas Dual-Sport event took place at the end of last month. Here’s a nicely documented and narrated recap of the 2009 event.
The two-part video is about an hour long and is a little slow to get going but there’s some great footage of guys on BMW R1200GS and F800GS bikes working their way through sandy, rocky canyons, dry river sand washes, and some fantastic flat-out desert riding, including the use of a roll chart for navigation.
Part 2, around 14:45 even shows a guy jumping his big GS over berm.
Here’s Part 2: http://youtu.be/qvgqL0-b83U.
And here’s a link to the event, in case you’d like to take part next year: http://www.labarstowvegas.com.
August 12 – 14, 2011 in Sandpoint Idaho, Black Dog Cycleworks will host its annual Selkirks Rally at Black Dog Headquarters!
Attendance is limited to 50 people who will enjoy camping beside the Upper Pack River and spending their days riding some amazing road and dual sport routs while exploring incredible scenery and end their days with good friends, starry skies, campfires and a pig roast!
Last fall I went to the Mendocino National Forest, north of Clear Lake, solo, to see if I could circumnavigate the Snow Mountain Wilderness.
Sometimes you are wondering or heading somewhere and you see something that attracts your attention – like a sign, a remote road, a certain sight.
Lois promises us action, entertainment and hot tips, as well as coverage of ‘women only’ topics.
Motorcycle adventurer and photojournalist Helge Pedersen helped a group of 11 riders fulfill their dreams on a true, long distance motorcycle trip.