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Company Name Order No. Reference Colour B. Gable Height: A. Gable Width: B. Gable Width: A. Front Width: C. Gable Depth: C. Once in the vicinity of Valencia, we return by motorway to get to the port in Barcelona in time for dinner. For those enamoured with long motorcycle journeys, GIVI offers an extensive range of motorcycle touring accessories:. To push him, an insatiable curiosity to know and live a daily life different from his own. At a certain point of this path Ciocio managed to transform his great passion into a job, for which he still feels privileged: today he organizes and follows itineraries on two wheels all over the world.
Moments that allowed him to meet extraordinary people and listen to their stories, true roots of a culture and a land. Very often, then, the sense of travel is the journey itself, the need to get back in the saddle, to abandon for some time the itineraries of everyday life and go far away. He defines himself as a rich and lucky man, rich because traveling has allowed him to know countries, cultures and people of all kinds that have given him extraordinary moments, lucky because for years traveling by motorcycle has become his profession.
Since , the year he started travelling, he has reached almost every corner of the planet: from South America to Africa, from North Europe to Asia. As every year, an Indian itinerary by motorcycle unfolds in front of us, absolutely to be done through remote and un-touristy areas but with surprisingly ecstatic scenarios, views, peoples, historical monuments and natural reserves. The places we choose and love to visit are mainly touched by local or regional tourism and meeting 2 foreigners, on motorbikes, without Indian friends, without a guide, and who also live in a large Indian city is always a bit bizarre.
And this is how the road becomes the yardstick of the world and of the universe itself, because it is the road, with its regular flow, which takes us through new places, food, people, landscapes, animals and encounters. In India the combinations of them are almost endless.
From Chennai in Tamil Nadu the southernmost state of the sub-continent and our second home in the last 10 years to the Indian borders with Burma, China and Bangladesh and back again, without ever taking the same road.
Sometimes taking roads that not even maps knows, relying only on local people and luck, driven by a thirst for adventure and a good spirit of adaptation. We are ready for 2 months of travel and, as always, we decide to explore areas unknown to us, and to many. We leave our home in Chennai at 4. We must ride km to reach Rajahmundry in order to leave the highway for secondary and country roads. The highway in India is not exactly smooth, it passes through entire towns and people, animals, vehicles pass quietly from one side of the highway to the other.
And then you meet vehicles in the wrong direction, walls of stinking trucks trying to overtake each other for endless time, cows but also dogs, deer, buffaloes, horses, donkeys, goats, etc. Furthermore, many times there is work in progress and consequently diversions, restrictions and a lot, a lot of dust.
We leave Rajahmundry the following sunrise and head to the hills of Andhra Pradesh , unfortunately the hotels outside the tourist areas are often dirty, neglected and expensive. The hills gently guide us for days through the forests and villages of Andhra, Orissa, Chhattisgarh. We enter Jharkhand, a state that does not enjoy a good reputation due to the presence of Maoist rebels.
The simple mud and bamboo houses are wonderful and the fields are lush and well kept. People are humble, shy but kind. We decide to spend a few days in the hill station of Netarhat , surrounded by jungle, fog and peasant life; here we enjoy walks and the picturesque weekly market. When we leave, we see many anti-terrorism soldiers along the roadside or hidden among stones and vegetation. We enter Bihar and the rain starts, we leave the hills and the countryside for a while because we have to cross the Ganges and this is only possible in 2 places.
We reach Guwahati in Assam and spend a few days at the home of our Assamese friend. Guhawati greets us with a surprise, taking the old road to Shillong Meghalaya , we cross a traditional Assamese procession with elephants, songs, music, and food. We take a blessing on the fly and proceed to Pynursula, a village not far from the chaotic Shillong. A must-stop is the famous Dawki River with its crystal-clear waters, assaulted by hordes of daytime tourists and forgotten by night.
Here we spend a magical night in the tent with the waterway by our side and a million of stars over our heads. After leaving the stream we take an old and almost forgotten road that crosses a couple of tiny villages, an abandoned military base and an old dam. Immersed in the jungle, we slide on the mountains and through the green vegetation; sometimes we meet passersby lumberjacks or hunters or some vehicle.
To enter Manipur from Meghalaya we have to pass through the hot, dusty, extremely busy plain of south Assam, but fortunately the excellent food repays us for the effort.
Manipur is beautiful, wild and with wide roads, almost never paved, crossing forests and villages populated by friendly and heartfelt people.
We fall in love with it immediately. Climbing uninhabited mountains, we reach a pass and a plain opens up surrounded by peaks, sprinkled with small farming villages, rice fields that seem combed by a giant and so green to dazzle you with their reflections. We spend a few days on Lake Loktak admiring its waters and the unique fish farms, for which circular pools are created with mud, stone and grass walls, recreating a prehistoric scenario.
Life flows at a different pace in Manipur and time seems to have stopped on the lake. Here, thanks to our hotelier, we are lucky to try many local dishes which are a hybrid between Assamese and Burmese cuisine; probably the best food of the whole trip.
But the road calls us and so we plunge into the silent and almost unpopulated jungle again. This will be our habitat for the next 40 days. In Manipur every day is full of surprises and sometimes they are bad. In the middle of a coniferous forest the rear-rack breaks. We secure it as we can, put the cargo bag of Givi between the 2 of us and ride 30 km to reach the village of Jessami.
Arrived at the destination we find a welder who, in flip flops and sunglasses, manages to fix it. We leave Manipur for Nagaland and the rain comes again. The path we have chosen for Nagaland does not have paved roads, but only holes, stones, and mud, a lot of mud. It slows us down; we fall and it literally swallows us up.
The mud is the road and now it is also part of us. We are moving very slowly so we have to overnight in random villages along the way. At Kiphire, due to a landslide, we are stuck for 2 days. Luckily, the local police show us an alternative route, not present on Maps, and provide us with the list of settlements that we must cross.
It takes us 2 days whereas the police claimed that it would take only 1. On this road villagers run away when we ask for directions. After days and days of forest and rare encounters we arrive to Mon which at first sight looks like a metropolis to us. We decide to go to Longwa, the famous village of head hunters, lying on the ridge of a mountain that divides Burma from India; and the view is definitely phenomenal.
From Nagaland we travel to Arunachal Pradesh , driven by the promise, made the year before to a dear Arunachali friend, to spend a few days with him and his family. We want to cross Arunachal from east to west by making incursions into the adjacent valleys. After a few days of riding and some halts, we arrive in Basar where our friend Marge lives. We spend some fantastic days in the villages of his ancestors, fishing, walking, listening to old stories, eating chicken and vegetables cooked in bamboo and sleeping in small huts.
It is a great thrill when the woman, with the most beautiful voice of the place, comes to sing for us, illuminated only by the fire. We reluctantly leave Basar to continue towards the western Himalayan areas of the state, sleeping in several hamlets. We spend a few days of relaxation and regenerating walks in Sangti. Then we also go to Tenzingaon, a Tibetan refugee village, where we meet an old couple who welcome us with stories, liqueur and food.
After 20 days we leave Arunachal and begin our return journey. In Guwahati we say goodbye to the majestic Brahmaputra river and our hearts are tightening, because to reach Chennai we must travel almost km of hot plains, traffic, dust, chaos, rivers of people and works in progress.
Every day from sunrise to sunset Dennis rides, we stop only to sleep. We decide to spend a few days in the magical Puri , a sacred city in Odisha. For those who treat riding like an adventure, GIVI offers a wide range of accessories dedicated to the most extreme situations:. The love for this bizarre and varied country, which always surprises even the most accustomed and shrewd travelers, has bewitched and possessed them, pushing them to explore India in its most remote corners, in its most fascinated and forgotten meanderings.
It is precisely this desire for discovery, of almost surgical analysis that has led them to become almost motorcyclists, certainly a little naif, but enthusiastic about physical and cultural freedom and that only this vehicle can give. The motorcycle has pushed them to travel in many other Asian countries in Europe, and in Central America.
Laura also took another record home. A challenging goal considering the difficulties faced. Among the peculiarities of the Budapest Bamako is having to be totally self-sufficient and almost always sleeping in the bivouacs provided by the organisers. Some tips to avoid being found unprepared if you are aiming for camping by motorcycle.
All this in the form of… survival manual! Slovenian journalist and motorcyclist Mitja Gustincic MotoSI magazine , an experienced two-wheeled traveller, gives us a few tips on how not to be unprepared if you are planning to go camping on a motorbike. As you can easily guess, adventurous motorcycling has a key ingredient: adventure. However, at a certain point… the body has enough! If the road trip is planned to last a week or more, effort and fatigue are factors to be taken into account, without forgetting driving safely.
As far as I am concerned, km is the maximum distance that can be covered in a day: in the morning and in the afternoon. After hours and hours sitting in the saddle, the body requires — as a minimum — a hot shower, a cold beer and a decent bed. Spending the night in a tent — if the weather is dry enough — is a different, unique and interesting experience; it makes you feel better, more alive and in tune with your surroundings.
But problems arise when you wake up… mostly with pain almost everywhere! Travelling on two wheels in remote areas today is not easy and can be risky, especially if you do not have years of experience behind you. On the other hand, moving where there are less tourists can also be easier and safer from some points of view.
Slovenian journalist and motorcyclist Mitja Gustincic describes for us his experience of crossing Morocco on two wheels, with a humorous and self- critical take. His travel companion: an Africa Twin Adventure Sports, fully fitted out for the journey. The port of Genoa in the first week of October in temperatures fluctuating around 12 degrees, cars, lorries and a few dozen motorcycles queued up to board a GNV Grandi Navi Veloci ferry.
Our destination: Tanger-Med. Instead, I believe that it has to be taken as a chance to enjoy a long, refreshing sleep, read a book, and prepare both mind and body for the accelerated rhythms of life in the wonderful country that lies ahead: Morocco.
A note of caution: visiting the country on a motorcycle is a project, not a simple weekend excursion. Before delving into the heart of this terrain, I think it is vital to mention the topic of border crossings and reflect on a topical word: Brexit!
Everybody should think back to the times when thorough inspections were a part of crossing national borders. Remember the infinite hours waiting to cross from one country to another inside Europe? Today, travelling inside the EU is so easy that we have completely forgotten about that problem: just shift from sixth to third gear — and hit the gas!
His jacket and the livery of his motorcycle bore evidence of many previous trips to Africa. And guess what else I noticed? For a journey lasting 3 weeks and 5, km, Claus had brought with him a small rucksack and an equally compact bundle rolled up and attached to his motorcycle: his tent. His route was to take him across the Sahara.
My own motorcycle, on the other hand, was weighed down like a lorry… Too late, I realised that the difference was the excessive amount of clothes I had decided to bring with me. I had completely forgotten about the climate of Morocco.
Take Fes as a benchmark: to the south of the city, the air is extremely dry and daytime temperatures can reach 30 degrees, even in October. You can hand-wash your clothes every evening, hang them from the window yes, you need a line , and find them dry in the morning.
As a result, 3 sets of underwear is the ideal amount to bring on your trip. When the sun sets, however, temperatures sink to 10 degrees. When this happens, you will need a warm fleece and a cap. The litres worth of luggage I had brought excessive clothing, some tools, a camera and computer, food further complicated the situation.
If you expect to ride over dunes and dirt roads, take greater care with the luggage you bring than I did the bare minimum , choose a light, powerful motorcycle, and make sure you have all the necessary skills and equipment.
This is an interesting question, with a very simple answer. Every big city centre, boasting shopping malls and elegant international shops, always has something artificial about it. Luckily, this is not the case in the countryside. Here, you can get lost in the back streets, minor roads and villages, where the colours blend into nature.
Once you begin to explore, you immediately realise that you will have to come back, again and again. I can attest that Fes is a real gem for anyone who, like me, is not a fan of mass tourism, and that it definitely deserves a visit of at least two days.
Marrakesh is far more popular with tourists and, as a result, may seem less authentic. The cost of living is also higher, and vendors much less patient. Naturally, Marrakesh is interesting and charming, but life is purer in the small villages. The officials immediately recognise tourists, and allow them to proceed. The police also perform speed checks often. Like anywhere else, it is important to respect the rules as well as common sense in Morocco, both in and out of the saddle.
Western women, for example, are advised not to walk around the cities half-naked; not as a question of religion, but as a question of respect. During my journey, I often stopped off in small squares just to sit and enjoy a mint tea, or a coffee.
From my table, I could people-watch, listen to voices and music, and smell the scents that spread throughout the air. For your first trip to Morocco, I recommend a round tour. Mine took me east, going inland. The road from the port of Tanger-Med, skirting the Mediterranean coast towards Oujda, is magnificent: the landscape is fascinating, while also being similar to that of Italy, Spain or Greece. In the city of El Hoceima, I recommend taking a trip to the fishing port and visiting the fish restaurant in the bay.
Bottled water, mint tea, orange juice and Coca Cola will keep you going. I like to begin the day with an early breakfast. At a. Before engaging the gear, check your fuel tank. Keeping it full will save you from wasting time during the day. My Africa Twin let me cover up to km without stopping to refuel.
For example, Merzouga: a small town nestled in the fine sand towards the south-east, close to the border with Algeria. Here, the dunes of the Sahara are on display in all their glory: a Mecca for off-road lovers! You can walk over the dunes, travel on the backs of camels or, to give them their proper name, dromedaries , or simply sit down in the shade of a palm tree, drinking a sweet mint tea and watching as the colours and shapes of the sand transform throughout the day.
A truly spectacular show. This is the point where you will realise that time is essential for a trip through Morocco. If your goal is to get the very most out of your surroundings, you can travel no more than km per day.Shark-eyed EBM from the Mannequin überlor, Making his 1st mark on Jealous God with the scorching ballistics of Harvest on the A-side, and a pair of more furtive missiles on the trampling force of Prehistory, and muscle car chug of Death and Rebirth.