When I first started going on motorcycle rides, I liked to read other people’s recommendations on preparing for a ride. Although getting your own experience is part of the adventure, learning from other riders’ experience might save me from making too many rookie mistakes.The information found in this post is based on my experience on travelling in Europe. Although much of it is probably the same wherever you go, I’m sure there are stuff that is different. Particular the paperwork is something that is different depending on your nationality, departing country, and arriving country.I have divided this into:
- Border crossing
- Personal items
- What I don’t bring
where each section talks about my experience with the topic, and what I usually bring.For a the checklist that I use for my trip planning, check this document. Continue reading How I plan a moto trip
I’m so happy that I get to travel with Volodymyr (Vova), Thonny and Steen on the Ukraine and Moldova trip next June. Outside motorcycles, we share the same passion for great company, a cold beer after a nice ride, and of course good food. It’s time to introduce the 4 amigos.
Continue reading Getting up close and personal in Ukraine
The trip plan for Moldova is complete. As always, Backroad Motorcycle Adventure plan includes unplanned changes. We will be 4 riders. That’s the plan. I’m super excited, and I can’t wait for summer to get here. World’s largest wine cellar. 55 km, we get to ride the motorcycles in the caves.
Check the plan here.