On this page you can browse through various photos of the roads and scenery that I have taken whilst on my motorcycle trips. Of course, like everyone else today with digital cameras, I take hundreds of photos each trip, but these are highlighting some of the best views of the fantastic roads that I have ridden. Enjoy…
The first blog that I did was in 2009, when I joined MCI Tours on the awesome Route 66 tour across the USA. They still have a link to this blog on their website today to help sell that tour! Click on this link to view the Route 66 blog and see what it is really like to ride this iconic road.
The second blog I did about another motorcycle trip was when I did the Baltic States trip in 2012 with a friend of mine. This trip was planned to use lots of gravel roads, before the EU funding turns them all into boring smooth tarmac highways.
I have since started my third blog about my old BMW R80ST project bike. Although with work, family issues and preparing for my biggest motorcycle trip ever (on this very same bike), it has not been updated in a while. Take a look at the R80ST blog but keep checking it once in a while for the updates.
More recently I done a large solo trip in 2015 where I rode for 100 days and covered nearly 16,000 miles. The trip started in Alaska and went on through to Canada before going south into the lower 48 region of the US where I travelled don the famous Pacific Coast Highway. To see more of the journey click on this link Alaska and on blog and see where I got to.
A short write up of this solo trip won me the BMW Motorrad Adventure Story 2015. And hopefully one day, I will be releasing a book of this amazing trip so keep checking back to see when the launch date will be.
However, my next trip is going to be the toughest trip I have ever done. On the 22nd April 2017, I will be joining GlobeBusters on their amazing Ace to Ace, (London to Beijing) trip. Then as if that is not enough, I am continuing with them on a first ever extension of this trip to Japan via Russia and South Korea. See more about this here. Keep an eye here for the link to the blog.