21 thoughts on “EUROPE TO EURASIA

  1. Patricia Wells

    It was a great experience for Kate and I to join you both and spend some time travelling with you in Europe. We had a fabulous time and will always treasure the memories of a wonderful trip. Thanks again, take care, and enjoy the next part of your journey. Love mum x x

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  2. jon howie

    Great to see you back on the road guys. Safe travels. Really looking forward to watching your progress through the video updates.

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    1. John & Gaby Post author

      Thanks Jon,

      Great to hear from you mate and we look forward to hearing from you again.

      Cheers

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  3. bak sang-young

    I live in south korea…I read ur aricles well. I want to do like u soon~~~ but it is not easy to me.. kkk anyway.. let me know if u come to korea I want to be one piece of ur journey.

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    1. gabriela zampini

      Thank you Bak sang young , first comment we have from South Korea , we will let you know when we get there

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  4. Alex Winter

    Phew !!
    Great to hear once again from you guys. glad you are back to do what you really like.
    I am looking forward to your videos as usual .
    Take care as you always do !!
    Cheers
    Alex

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  5. Pardeep

    I’m glad to see that you are resuming your epic journey. Wishing you all the best for this leg and looking forward to your continuing blogs. Ride safe my friends.

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  6. George Post author

    Hi John and Gaby,

    I have been following you on your travels and wishing you well. I have changed careers also and are doing something fun out of Munich and focusing on Greece.
    Have a look at: rideingreece.com

    Cheers to both and safe travels
    George

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    1. John & Gaby Post author

      Hello George,

      Great to hear about your new project. Greece is a beautiful country and lends itself for motorcycle touring. We wish you all the best in your new venture.

      Stay in touch.

      Cheers

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  7. Heath

    Your a legend mate..you are really imformative and an interesting bloke to listen to when your explaining what your doin to the bike and where your goin…and gaby’s footage and piece together of these blogs is second to none..lookn forward to traveling with ya via the blogs..good luck..keep the shiney side up !! Cheers

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    1. John & Gaby Post author

      Good to see you still there and watching Heath. Thanks for the well wishes and we’ll have to catch up for a beer when we get back to Tassie later in the year.

      Cheers

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  8. Gary Eastern

    Hey guys, looking forward to seeing some pictures and interesting stories. Bike is looking very streamlined John, might have gone a bit too far with the weight reduction on the bike though

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    1. John & Gaby Post author

      Hi Gary,

      Glad to hear your enjoying the new bike.

      Yes I managed to get it all back together (done it many times with the fleet of bikes we had in Chile) and the bike feel like new even after 151,000km.

      With regards to packing, its really quite easy. Clothing and what one would normally class as personal essentials come after everything else; such as tools, spare parts, cameras, computer, tent, sleeping bags, gas cooker, saucepan, etc, etc.
      It always the same old story, riders always want to take half their wardrobe with them and the really is you only need two light weight shirts, one light weight pants and a couple of pairs on socks and underwear.

      Cheers

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  9. Gary McGlynn

    Hi John and Gaby,
    Looks like you made good use of your time off in Tasmania, it looks great. I’m really looking forward to following the next legs of the adventure.
    Cheers,
    Gary McGlynn

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  10. Victor Becattini

    Hello John & Gaby!!

    Good luck on this next journey!! The video from Italy was beautifull!!

    Take care and enjoy!!

    Victor Becattini

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