It is early. Too early! Not even 6 hours sleep after an exhausting day on the motorcycle (“how to organize a tour to Machu Picchu”). It is 4:45 am and I am getting ready to see the sunrise over Machu Picchu. This was at least the plan…
What a day!!!!! It took me longer than expected to get to Aguas Calientes… Half way through it started to get foggy and pretty cold with around 5 degrees Celsius. And of course if that would have not been enough it also started to rain… A great combination.
I was looking forward to ride the mountain ranges of the Andes again and after an early start and a small breakfast I was on my way to my destination of the day, Cusco – the gateway to Machu Pichu.
Dominik of @zenmotero drops wisdom for all overland travelers in this weeks Podcast. Much like life itself, your method of adventure will come in endless styles. However the life learnings and experiences lived in each community, each culture will always be what stands out the most. Chris and Lisa, GHT Overland Podcast
Motorcycle tires are a science on its own. You could be reading a whole book about this topic… fact is that opinions, brands, riding styles, weight of luggage, solo or 2 up, terrain and off-road vs. on-road preferences differ a lot from each other. Consequently, the choice in finding the right dual sport motorcycle tire […]
Get ready for my first ever photography project and join me on a ride to the most beautiful landscapes of South America. Watch my trailers to learn more about why contributing to this projects helps to make this a better world.
After traveling South America for more than a year I decided to put a list of my favourite motorcycle dream roads together. What are your favourite ones? Anything missing? Please leave your comments in the field below.
Queijo, queijo… Queijo, queijo… Queijo, queijo… What the hell?! It is 5 o’clock in the morning and an Amazon River boat vendor is trying to sell his cheese to the people on board of the Amazonian star.
After leaving Iquique in the early morning I wanted to make sure not to run out of petrol since I luckily learned from the day before that petrol stations were rather scarce in the North of Chile. Filling up my 2 spare petrol containers was consequently the right decision especially since there was indeed no […]
I still had to organize some cash in order to survive the first couple of days in Bolivia. I heard many stories that ATM’s are scarce and so I was trying to withdraw some Reals in Caceres which I could exchange later on in Bolivia. After the second bank and 4 credit cards later I […]