Archive for the ‘Travel Diary’ Category

Devotion Of An Indian Guy For The Himalayas – Deepak Gupta
Tweet Devotion of an Indian guy for the Himalayas who truly loves riding motorcycle on those narrow Himalayan Trails.This video is a compilation of my recent adventures on most dangerous roads of India Killar – Kishtwar, The highest motorable road in the world Mana pass, Badrinath, The land of passes Ladakh, A middle land Spiti, […]
Travel Diary: A Splendid Ride To The Top Of The World On A 2 Stroke Scooter
Tweet Meet Mr. Narender Kumar Gautam, a resident of Delhi, capital of India. He is a avid adventure traveler on his very humble 2-stroke Bajaj Chetak. While all of his adventure travel is fuelled by his job as a govt primary teacher. At the age of 43 he has achieved what most people would only think about that […]
Travel Diary: Meet Roshni Misbah – The Muslim Punjabi Hijabi Bikerni
Tweet Hey guys to day we would like to introduce you to a very special #bikerni. A motorcycle rider who has an attitude and bike to dominate the roads! Watch the space below for the words of Roshni Misbah a Bikerni from New Delhi. Tell me something about your background? A Muslim Punjabi Hijabi Girl […]
Meet Steph Jeavons On Her Solo World Tour Riding A Honda CRF250L
Tweet MEET STEPH JEAVONS… Steph left from the Ace Cafe, London on 23rd March 2014. Steph has been around bikes most of her life with both parents and one of her two sisters riding as well. Her grandmother even rode bikes during the war! I think you can safely say it’s in the blood and […]
Travel Diary: A Thousand Miles A Minute: Seattle To Ushuaia – Video – Shannon Mills (S&M Boiler Works)
Tweet Or to be more precise: 24,000 thousand miles in 24 minutes. It has been surprisingly difficult to condense 16 months of captured photos and video into a tolerable length of time for anyone besides our parents to watch, but we gave it a shot. The unique moments that have formed each day of this […]
Travel Diary – The Ultimate Brazilian – Lois Pryce
Tweet Welcome to Rio airport… jack-booted, gun-toting policemen and a faint whiff of sewage in the air… yes, it sure felt good to be back in South America! I have had a soft spot for this continent since 2003 after riding my Yamaha XT225 from Alaska to Argentina. Now, nine years later, I was back on […]