THE WARHORSE – 1992 Honda XRV750 Africa Twin

The Warhorse XRV750 is well known to fans of Motology Films

Three countries, 6000km, 12 epic days and one legendary motorcycle! I travel to Norway, buy an old Honda Africa Twin and prep it for the ultimate adventure ride to the Arctic Circle.

It is one of the toughest but most rewarding motorcycle adventures I have ever done and so fulfilling to do it on my very own adventure bike! Travelling solo, I’m carrying some compact camping gear, a few spares and tools, my camera equipment and a bit of food. The rest, as usual, I just make up as I go. Riding off-road tracks through the vast forests of Sweden to Norway’s remote Nordic Tundra, this ride is truly a life-enhancing experience.

I see wild Moose, Reindeer, Mink and Grouse on this journey, so come with me to the top of the world on my 1992 Honda XRV750 Africa Twin, which I have aptly named The Warhorse!


8 replies
  1. Glenn Phillips
    Glenn Phillips says:

    Excellent footage Adam. You have motivated me to put my boots on and get out there. Be safe fella. Cheers Yogi

  2. Peter
    Peter says:

    Really enjoyed the video it is right up there professionally speaking and totally inspirational and on a mature Honda. Thanks Peter and the Wolf ( Wolf another Honda).

  3. Gary Swain
    Gary Swain says:

    Loved the movie I’ve recommended it to do many. Adventure bike purchase for next year . Well done keep the films comming .

  4. Ralph Müller
    Ralph Müller says:

    Adam, I am more than pleased. Not only about your brilliant productions, but about your personal statements: don’t wait for your opportunity, choose yours and let it make it happen. Maybe not as demanding like yours, but on everyone’s level. Thank you very much, Adam. You just boosted my personal dreams and I plan some travel projects with my 1st owner Honda Transalp 600 in mint conditions with only 27’000 Kms since I own several bikes (Grandfather of your Africa Twin) in the next coming months. I love your experience and your channel. Warmest regards. Ralph, from Switzerland


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