Hi Folks, it‘s been a long time ago that I had the time to go for an enduro adventure. This time I will take along my sweetheart, and visit some friends in Umbria. Just getting there will be a 700kms ride, 90% on highways. But the reward will be some awesome offroad riding. So let‘s see how this is going to work with my KTM1190.Continue reading Enduro riding in Umbria
One of the challenging tasks for adventure riders, especially when off-roading, is the navigation aspect. There are many different ways to manage your directions, from old fashioned paper based maps to state of the art satellite based navigation systems.Continue reading Off road navigation
A little reminiscence of our last trip to Albania. Originally I had planned to come back this year, but due to the “virus” it is uncertain wether this is going to be possible.
So let’s wait and see, until then we have to live with our phantasies 🙂
We are glad to finally present you the first video of our Albania Tour Summer 2018. This time we put more effort into producing a high quality video for you to enjoy. Although we took more time it’s still not perfect and we will improve even more.
Continue reading Albania Tour Reloaded
One lesson that we learned from our Albania adventure 2 years ago was the painfulness of a fully charged enduro in rough terrain.
On September, 9 we are going to be back, but this time we will move into a nice Albanian villa in the surroundings of Tirana, using it as a headquarter for our trips into the back country.
Stay tuned, we will soon report our tracks, adventures, mishaps, …
For now, just a sneak preview of the planned tracks.
During September 2016 I had once again the opportunity to visit Albania on motorcycle with a group of friends. And once again I experienced this country as one of the most underestimated travel destinations. Many regions are completely wild, in the best case with some gravel roads. Continue reading Zürich Gumbies in Albania
A small clip about my last year’s weekend trip with my Ducati Scrambler to the Dolomites, maybe the most spectacular place in the Alps.