Dit is het prachtige advies van een ervaren wereldtrotter, gepubliceerd op The HUBB ! :kouvanu:My first big trip was on a 750 Cagiva Elefant. It was awesome, would fly along at great speed, handled the luggage well. Bit hard to pickup when it went down. Italian so broke down a lot. What a great trip!
My second bigish trip was on a Honda Dominator (delivering to 'Adastra', another HUBBer by the Turkish border). It cruised along easily didn't go wrong at all (until after I delivered it, then the engine blew). What a great trip!
Third time I took an old pizza delivery 125 cc step-through down to Morocco. Very fuel efficient, lightweight, crap suspension, handled terribly off road. What a great trip!
Right now I'm riding to Australia on a 45 year old bike I rebuilt myself. It looks great, sounds amazing, breaks down all the time and my arse hurts. Am having a great trip!!
Whatever you take, just have a great trip. On a small bike there will be times you want a bigger seat, more luggage space and a bigger tank etc. On a big bike there will be times you want it to be 100 lbs lighter. Maybe think about whether you want to be doing more road riding or off-road, but other than that just get something with two wheels and an engine. Or pedals, the 'two wheels' is the main bit!
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Voila, de verklaring! Have a great trip! En eigenlijk, dat kan ook zonder LSD!Muug wrote:... Ik moet toegeven dat er daar in het Midden-Oosten ook wel LSD gebruikt werd, en dat in combinatie met Red en Black Label whiskey heeft blijkbaar geresulteerd in een paar quasi permanente bijwerkingen.
Me gusta la moto, me gustas tu.
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