Phil's KLR

Phil’s KLR

45000 km, rebuilt motor at around 40000, runs like a dream. This is my KLR. Half the equation of the greatest trip to come. Phil

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Oh The Places You'll Go...

Oh The Places You’ll Go…

Would you visit a city of 50,000 people that exists for only a week a year in the middle of the desert? The Burning Man…

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A mistake or the best decision I'll ever make?

A mistake or the best decision I’ll ever make?

This week my boss asked me to accept a vice president role here in London. I declined. I turned down a very good promotion because…

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The things we leave behind

The things we leave behind

With all the excitement about going on this epic adventure, it is easy to forget the things we leave behind. For me, deciding to go…

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I say Hello...

I say Hello…

Now that Jayne has done all the work, I figure I should really pop in and say hello to whom ever she has got reading…

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Cold Hands, Warm Heart

Cold Hands, Warm Heart

Learning to ride is absolutely brilliant. Every time I go out I feel more confident and need to think less about the fundamentals, like shifting,…

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My Trusty Steed

My Trusty Steed

Today I bought the bike I am going to ride to South America. I had to get my agents (my parents) to do the transaction…

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Learning From Others

Learning From Others

I’ve just finished watching the television series “The Long Way Round”. It has psyched me up for our trip enormously. Ewan McGregor and Charlie Boorman…

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Three weeks in...

Three weeks in…

Today was one of the foggiest days I’ve seen in London. With this in mind what did I do? I rode Charlie to my Ultimate…

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Male vs Female

Male vs Female

Don’t you just hate it when you can’t tell if someone is a man or a woman? From babies to oversized “women” in the tube,…

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