No, dont get the wrong idea, this thread has nothing to do with Che and his travels across South America but yes this thread does feature a doc, his bike and the crazy idea to see the country on a two wheeler. Some people have restless souls and no amount of comfort can bind them to a single place for a long time. I may be included in this category, more than a month at a place and it starts haunting me and the urge to move makes me sick. I cant say I have travelled as much as many of you here but I have covered many a miles in my life. Sometimes purposeless and just for the sake of travel and to keep the sickness away. Very little else makes me as happy as I am when on the road, no matter what mode of transport I take. So when did motorcycle enter in the scenario and why? Ok I stop it here, let us leave the details for my blog. I think these words of Ian Chadwick explain it quite well.
“ If you've never ridden, you can't comprehend. But once you try it, you're hooked for life.
I currently own a Suzuki GS 150, locally manufactured ,small displacement street motorcycle that is cheap, reliable and handles well off the pavement.
Suzuki GS 150, nothing fancy but does the job.
Here, in this space I will share my travel experiences and show you my beloved country as I see it from the back of a motorcycle saddle.
For those of you who are not familiar with me and my strange sense of fun, here are the links of my previous rides I shared on this forum.
4000 km trip