Motorbiking in Europe – What you need to know before leaving.

Country by country,  a short guide to the key information you need to know before venturing abroad on your bike     In Germany and Spain, drivers with prescription lenses must carry a pair of glasses or spare lenses. In the Netherlands, regardless of the regulations of other countries, you must be 18 years old […]

The perfect motorcycle holiday in 5 steps

How nice a holiday by bike! Nature, the landscape, maybe even the hands of the person behind who caress us while we cruise among beautiful views. No queues, no parking difficulties. And the freedom to go where we want. However, be careful to plan everything in the best possible way, without forgetting anything. In order […]

Charity fundraising tour around the world with a Ducati Scrambler

A 22-year-old Englishman started out from London a few days ago on a Scrambler Desert Sled made available by Ducati UK. The aim is to become the youngest motorcyclist to travel the world alone. But the raid also has a humanitarian purpose: raising funds for the Movember Foundation   His name is Henry Crew, he […]

Morocco 08 – Pape, Fabio and Nunzio: what an adventure it was!

Don’t be afraid to travel to Morocco: you’ll discover a beautiful country, maybe taking the same paths as we did. Pape, Fabio and Nunzio are enthusiastic about their “motorbike week” in the African country, between asphalt and a lot (and we really mean it) of dirt roads. Especially now that they are back and can […]

Morocco 07 – In search of emotions in the old town

Leaving behind the demanding off-road stages of their trip, our three friends, Pape, Fabio and Nunzio, in their penultimate Moroccan day, went to Ait-Ben-Haddou, a historic fortified city, today a UNESCO heritage site. Once they parked their motorbikes, they faced the Ksar lanes… on foot! (Opening photo by Alexander Cahlenstein)   The city is called […]

Morocco 06 – Yup, they were here

Today’s title is somewhat ironic because yesterday the Moroccan Internet network has made the whims and our three friends on the go have not been able to send me any picture. They still managed to send me a text with some indications, via WhatsApp. And Pape told me that they were at the bottom of […]

Morocco 05 – Chilling in Morocco

Chronicle of a peaceful Moroccan day. 168 miles of asphalt with few difficulties in driving, but a marvellous landscape to gaze at. This is the other face of such an amazing land: the relaxing one   The computer sound alert informs me that there is mail. I check it, and like every night, I find […]

Morocco 04 – Following the footsteps of the real “Paris-Dakar”

The Zagora-Merzuga is a historic stage of the African editions of the Paris-Dakar. Pape, Fabio and Nunzio had planned it since the beginning and they can finally travel through it! Filled with fear and wonder, with some fall here and there… and a huge satisfaction. As they tell us in their daily report   On […]

Morocco 03 – The African way of life

Monday, December 4th. Our three friends, who we’re following day by day during their trip across Morocco, have now reached the height of 7546 feet. Along the way they have passed villages, they gave hats to children and they also managed to save the evening by dining at home Monday, December 4. Yesterday our Pape, […]

Morocco 02 – Pape, Fabio and Nunzio in Morocco!

Our three friends are travelling through the African country. After a fascinating first night in the city of Marrakech, they picked up the Yamaha Ténéré they had reserved and then left. On Sunday night they reach Ouarzazate. On Monday, their next stop is Ouarzazate-Zagora, with a couple of mountain tracks along the way The African […]

Morocco 01 – Alberto’s Mal d’Afrique, when saudade crosses the ocean

Our dear friend AlbertoPape is about to leave on a trip. Back to Africa and for a second time in Morocco, “a magical, wonderful country of an amazing landscape variety and inhabited by friendly people”, according to his own words. We will follow his journey on a daily basis with the support of reports and […]

Riding on the Himalayas

It looks like the title of a film, instead it is what actually Salvo Pennisi and Vincenzo Bonaccorsi – both from Pirelli’s Moto Testing Department – did. Riding two Royal Enfield Himalayans, they climbed the Khardung La, which with its 5359 meters has long been considered one of the highest vehicle-accessible pass in the world. […]