Video – The Theth Round

Dont forget to set to HD Glad we took the blue pill ;) What a day that was – incredible! Albania blog entry two will com this weekend…

Transalp Transformation

So what happens here? We had a normal Transalp with the normal tank, someone we met in the endless Internet had an Africa Twin Tank installed but she didn´t really need it and on top of it her legs have been a bit toooooo long so she touched the tank with her knees, we decided to swop everything… A super Win/Win situation, everybody is happy! Life can be so easy sometimes!  

Romania – II. Land of Dracula, Mountain Passes and Danube´s Boilers

After the Black Sea we were heading back inland. Still some of the most spectacular Mountain Passes were waiting for us but before we wanted to visit Gavin and his wife Andrea living next to Brasov, who invited us to stay with them. On the way to them we stopped at the Mud Volcanos at Buzau County which were formed from the eruption of gases; an unreal lunar-like landscape. The gas pushes the water and the clay to the surface and creating small cones. Gavin is British and living since many years in Romania and was travelling with his motorcycle diverse countries. We had some real nice evenings together while we were exploring the surroundings of Brasov on day trips such as Transbucegi or the area of Bran Castle. About our next destination we heard and read a lot already and it is probably a must for any motorcyclist visiting Read More …

Happy New Year 2014!

Thank you New Zealand, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, East Timor and Australia for the people we met, the friendly welcome everywhere, the roads we rode, the food we could taste, the adventures we could master, the experiences we made and finally thank you for all the dust in our faces ;) All the best Kerstin and Sascha, www.RTWbyBIKE.com Ps.: There will be an update soon, I promise! Just don´t know when we will have the time to do so ;) Busy days these days…

We have a new section on the blog! Gear Reviews and Tips

In this section of our blog we will share our experience that we made with our gear during the trip. We start with Kerstin’s jacket and step by step all the things will follow which we found useful or which we didn’t quite use so much. We hope you can drag some information out of this. If you have specific questions please let us know! Either click here or navigate to the tab on the top ;)