I was contacted by Jim Martin from the Canadian on line radio station Adventure Rider Radio. Would I be willing to be interviewed? ‘If we are going to be talking travel,’ said I, ‘then absolutely.
I put off reading this book until I had the time to do it justice – it waited quite a while in the end! Why wait? Well, this is a book by a first time author about riding a Triumph Bonneville motorcycle across the USA; 3 months on as many of the non-main routes as […]
I was delighted when the team at Adventure Bike TV asked me to be their first ‘Under the Visor’ interviewee. This is how it went.
Sometimes a traveller’s plans simply don’t work out as intended, but for Sam every mishap is the beginning of a unique adventure; silver linings do exist.
Other than being on the road, I can’t think of a better way for a travel enthusiast to spend their time than reading this book. Ureka stands as the best new motorcycle travel book I’ve read this year. Why? Read on…
It surprised me! You’ll see why it also delighted. Let’s put it this way, if you’ve never listened to an audiobook before, then well, this one might be the start of something new. Zen Motorcyclist think so.
In 8 years I can only remember two times that the BMF Motorcycle show in Peterborough has had wall to wall sunshine that is. And what a difference…
So how did the ride go? The ride? The 50th anniversary of the ride made in 1964 from John O’Groats to Land’s End on the original Royal Enfield Continental GT. The ride started in appalling weather up in Scotland, and the two teams of riders who brought the bikes down into England had an extremely […]
I’m delighted to have been invited to link up with Royal Enfield for their ‘Top to Tip’ celebration ride. Fifty years after the world’s oldest motorcycle company in continuous production embarked on its first ever 24 hour ‘Top to Tip’ sprint ride, the challenge has been recreated. How did it all start? In 1964, Roger […]
A few weeks back, Steve McQueen from Adventure Moto Rider contacted me to ask if I was prepared to be interviewed by them. Steve explained the the idea was to ask questions that a novice overlander or a person with travel dreams would want to ask.