Oh my word this helmet is light. Weighing in at 1040g, and just 100g more with all the accessories attached, this Carbon Enduro helmet from…
With the police and military controlling all movement, how is the last Brit in Cusco coping? Jack Groves writes… Greetings from military-enforced lockdown in Peru!…
Much of the Honda NC700X design is based on an underlying principle of challenging motorcycling convention. A New Concept (NC) as the name claims.
‘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.
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.
Let me explain why these are perhaps the Rolls Royce of muffs and are a snip at only £49.99.
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.
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?
Ted Simon is an inspiration to many, through his bestselling ‘Jupiter’s Travels’, which documented his round the world exploits in the 1970s. His newest book lets readers get to know the man and more importantly the country, that had such an impact on his formative years, and thus shaped his life. It has been a revelation.
“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.
It’s all-exciting for the reader, no matter the country he’s crossing. Nick has never struck me as someone prepared to goad US rednecks in a bar, but perhaps he is human after all and exhaustion can lower even his tolerance of stupidity.
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.