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Dirt bike vs 4WD

I'm not into cars. Well, at least not to the point of having a favourite brand, model or type. No, cars have simply been a means to transport my dirt bike to races or riding areas, and I really only value them for how well they can do exactly…
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Motonomad II - Trans-Siberian rail to China.

I'm not one to bullshit for the sake of enhancing a story, nor will I skew camera angles to try and paint an impressive picture – especially when that picture already represents so much hard work. There is nothing easy about riding a motorcycle…
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Motonomad II – Central Mongolia

Days are blurring together as desert turns to steppe, sand turns to river and trees cover the mountain tops. We have wandered into Central Mongolia, a land of winding valleys reaching to the clouds. Village life is more abundant as Gers of the…
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Motonomad II - Crossing the Gobi Desert

Motorcycle riding is dangerous, but for the last 600 kilometres, you could say our lives have depended on our KTM's. No fuel stations, no water sources, no marked route, no support vehicle, and, no guarantee – we stepped further outside our…
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Motonomad II – journey to Ulaanbaatar!

After 6500km from Kazakhstan, we've arrived at the Mongolian capital city of Ulaanbaatar – but what a mission the last few days have been! Aside from drowning M1, we've been lucky to have no mechanical dramas, but all that changed when Scott…
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Motonomad II - Into the back gate of Mongolia

We've made it through to the remote Western end of Mongolia to literally come through the back gate of this epic country. The ground is both rich and baron with water flowing sporadically from the mountains in raging torrents, which cross our…
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Motonomad II - The journey continues into Old Russia

We're pushing deep through "Old Russia" in the Altai Mountains of southern Siberia - wolf and bear country! As fate would have it, a random stop in a small village saw us befriended by the resident school principal "Victor Petrovic" who convinced…
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Motonomad II underway.

We're 6-days into our 12'000km Adventure and have travelled 2'500 km across Kazakhstan. The Kazak people are really friendly despite speaking absolutely no english. We have already spent 4-days living off the bikes and camping wherever our days…
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The Shakedown - Motonomad II

Well, we're finally on a plane out of Australia to get Motonomad II underway... holy shit! And while this is another unsupported ride – independent of any back-up or film crew – I'd really like to acknowledge my sponsors who are helping…