a great insight into a year's road trip that took in six continents, 35 countries and 42,000 miles. A diary of a great journey on a Yamaha Tenere with brilliant pictures of life on the road, this is a must-read for anyone planning or yearning to do the same. Daily Express/Sunday Express Libraries are full of reflective, overthought travelogues. If you prefer yours presented with all the cheer of a tall tale told in a pub and put together with the artistic elan of a family Christmas newsletter, you will strike gold with "The Real Way Round" ... Yates' best gift to the reader is how easy he makes it all sound ... For us repressed bikers among the world's deskbound multitudes, it's a hard argument to resist. The New York Times THIS ENTERTAINING effort is the latest in a recent flood of books about motorcyclists on epic jaunts. It's also one of the best ... Yates' thoughts on the 35 countries he visited are illuminating ... What you take away from reading this is the sense that just about anyone could follow his lead. Octane good production values and a great deal of information ... If you're planning a round the world trip I think this could be quite a useful read The RoadVom Verlag:
This book captures one man's real of experience motorcycling around the globe - no back up teams, no spare bikes, no film crews. 42,000 miles through 35 countries, seeing amazing things, meeting fascinating people, experiencing different cultures and coping with extremely challenging conditions. This book is not only proof anyone can do it, but also a guide as to how to do it. It is not a technical guide, but rather a broad-brush approach covering some of the key tasks needed to plan and complete a similar trip yourself. With dozens of inspirational photos of stunning scenery and intense experiences, plus an informal, straightforward commentary, this is an eye-opening and practical account of biking around the world.
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