Much of the Honda NC700X design is based on an underlying principle of challenging motorcycling convention. A New Concept (NC) as the name claims.
Book of the year!: ‘The Long Ride Home’ by Nathan Millward
‘The Long Ride Home’ is probably the best adventure travel book you’ll read this year. Funny, perceptive, honest and entertaining, you won’t be disappointed.
Texas – Graham Field (issue 5)
“They kill babies and fill them full of drugs to get them across the border.” …A thousand miles after leaving a snowy December Colorado, I…
ARMR-moto windguard base layer
When you’re travelling, a baselayer like this one is ideal; one multi-function item of clothing that doesn’t take up a lot of space, that can keep you warm, block wind and keep you cool in the heat.
DVD Review: Mondo Enduro by Austin Vince
Meeting the characters early on, we get a feel for just how the expedition will play; fun is the main ingredient interwoven into all the proceeding 43,000 miles.
Arai Tour X3 – helmet review
My Arai Tour X-3 has been with me for about 3 years now and has had everything from 45 degree sun shining on it to a 2 inch icicle hanging from its peak.
‘The Rugged Road’ by Theresa Wallach (2nd edition)
This is an original and remarkable story from an age when women had won the vote, but had yet to find acceptance as mechanics, engineers, motorcyclists… no matter how well they acquitted themselves.
DVD Review: ‘Eye of the Rider’ by Duncan Menge
Adventure in Australia?
Of course there’s the great Aussie outback where you can do battle with bulldust beneath an unrelenting sun, but what about discovering the glory of the mountains and struggling through snow to do it?
‘In Search of Greener Grass’ by Graham Field
“In Search of Greener Grass” is an opportunity to experience the people and cultures along the author’s route from the UK to Mongolia’s Ulaan Baatar and beyond.
‘The University of Gravel Roads’ by Rene Cormier
Rene’s story of redundancy leading to a four-year trip around the world may not sound like it’s anything out of the ordinary, but that’s the thing about independent travel – no matter what the circumstances that lead to you starting a big trip, that trip is bound to be unique.
‘Running With The Moon’ by Jonny Bealby
Jonny never takes the easy option. If he can take a route that will provide him with new adventure and experiences, and travel without other overlanders, then he will. This results in exciting illegal border crossings and heart stopping moments where his discovery by man or beast is only a breath away.