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First, he had the idea. Then, he learned to ride a motorcycle. And then he found the perfect partner for the trip.
In the spring of 2006, there was a palpable anxiety among the dozen American men and women, who after many months of planning and preparations, found themselves on the Anatolian frontier of Turkey.
Adventurer Jay Kanniayan on his journey across five continents and over 30 countries.
But at least one is simply taking off on a motorcycle — going in any direction — as fast or as far as your heart tells you to go.
One of the great things about having a motorcycle is having the ability to go out and tour different areas and see things from your view on the bike. You can get a much better view of the landscape and areas around you, visit areas that you never get to see on the highway routes and enjoy your trip like never before. Of course, there are plenty of options available to you when it comes to taking motorcycle tours today that you can choose from so you can see everything you want. One aspect that you want to think about is whether you want to take a solo trip on your motorcycle or go with a group tour to a location.
WestJet is cutting or reducing flights from six B.C.cities to Alberta's major airports by March 5.
While the traditional, motorcycle road-trip may seem like a slightly outdated and irrelevant concept in the modern age, it is also one that retains an innate sense of romance. From the iconic Route 66 (which traverse the diverse terrain between Chicago and Southern California) to the numerous roads that weave throughout Europe, road trips offer a unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience that enables solo travellers to see familiar parts of the world from a truly unique perspective.