Swiss Round the World Biker!

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  1. Ian Bungy

    Ian Bungy Ol'Timer

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    Had this Swiss Gentleman call in the other Morning for a Coffee and David just happened to be here. So We had a great chat about His world Travels! His Name is Thierry Wilhelm and actually has a Web Site covering His Travels. It is mostly in German but Photos and other things can be seen in English so worth a look, see here:
    http://worldbiker.ch/
    I like the "I'm here right now" Button! He has certainly been around and has a lot more adventures to go!
    David & Thierry
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    His Fully Loaded BMW.
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    The 650 Dakar is Fully equipped with all Kinds of Gadgets and Heaps of Gear!
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    We Wish You all the Best Thierry and Happy Journeys Friend!
     
  2. David Learmonth

    David Learmonth Ol'Timer

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    Good luck to him - hope he manages to complete it safely! Some dodgy countries at the moment. I don't think I've ever seen a motorcycle as heavily laden as this before!
     
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    Brilliant stuff. Very interesting website. What a journey, he must have read Jupiter's Travels, Ted Simon's odyssey from the 70's or 80's.
    Good luck Thierry.
    Keep the rubber down.
    Ian
     
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    Sorry that I mist him! We could nearly speak the same language :). For sure a great adventure to follow on his blog, thank you Ian for making us aware about it.
     

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