Author Archives: Kev

Road of Death – Potosi

After a restful two days in La Paz we headed out on the “road of death” before heading to a town called Potosi. The ride to the road of death was interesting itself, we had to ride about 5km through … Continue reading

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Peru-Bolivia

I made it back to the BMW garage just in time to pick up my bike and gear. Then I went back my hotel repacked and loaded it up for an early departure to beat the Lima traffic    (if … Continue reading

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Machu picchu

I flew down to Cusco and met up with a few friends that have been riding the ride as well. I hired myself a little 250cc Honda of some sorts and we set out the following morning for a little … Continue reading

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Lima to Cusco

I’m sitting here in an Airport once again, this time awaiting a flight to Cusco so I can go and see Machu Picchu. The computer unit for my bike is in the post thanks to Steve in BMW cork. It … Continue reading

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Lima

Well I’m still here in Lima . My bike problem has gotten worse. Who builds a bike with an immobiliser that locks the owner out. The reason I bought a BMW is because there suppose to be reliable.  They put these devises in bikes so … Continue reading

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Dakar or Bust

I stayed the night in a place Called Mancora, it’s a little beach town in northern Peru. I didn’t get to see much of it though as I had an early start and a long days ride ahead of me. … Continue reading

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Ecuador – Peru

After another 21 hour journey I made it back to Quito Ecuador at 12 midnight. I hopped in a cab and found a hotel that was located near where I stored my motorcycle. The next morning I retrieved my bike, … Continue reading

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COLOMBIA – ECUADOR (San Agustin – Mocoa – Pasto – Otavolo – Quito)

On December the 10th we left San Agustin on what was to turn out as one of the best roads of the trip so far. The first 50km or so were paved but all that suddenly came to an abrupt … Continue reading

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Michael Greaney

I have been struck by tragedy once again. My best friend in Australia has been found dead in Ho Chi Ming city, Vietnam. I’m flying back to Ireland once again. Cherish the loved ones around you, they could be gone … Continue reading

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Medellin – Solento – Cali – San Agustin

After three nights in Medellin I was ready to move in permanently. It’s a fantastic city full of fun and friendly people. We didn’t get to see too much of it by day because we were based in the city’s … Continue reading

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