HOW TO PREPARE FOR A ROUND THE WORLD TRIP ON A MOTORCYCLE – Part 1 – Part 1



This is PART 1 of ‘How To Prepare For The Round A World Trip’. In this video I’m sharing some tips and answering the most common questions I’ve been asked about finances, documentation, health, accommodation and food.

In April 2017 I left Australia for a solo trip around the world on a BMW F800GS. I named it “Are We There Yet”, because I don’t know my final destination or the duration of this journey. This is PART 1 of ‘How To Prepare For The Round A World Trip’.

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41 thoughts on “HOW TO PREPARE FOR A ROUND THE WORLD TRIP ON A MOTORCYCLE – Part 1 – Part 1

  1. Hello and thanks for your very informative video!

    I'm buying my first adventure bike early next year and plan on doing some trips within Australia before going OS.
    Can you recommend any Facebook groups or Forums that like minded people organize to meet up on if they happen to be travelling through the same countries/areas at similar times? As someone who has no prior experience it'd be kinda nice to buddy up for at least the first adventure.

    I look forward to hear your thoughts!

    Regards,

    William : )

  2. 15:23 Right on! If there is one thing I cannot stand are those organized tours so that riders can say "they were there". Yeah, right. I ride solo, I mingle with the other traveling riders and the locals. Too many riders and travellers are too worried about what might happen so they go on an organized tour. So much for an adventure. Learn some languages (I am fluent in two and get by on another two); the world does not revolve around English (except in aviation).

    Anyway, all good information, but riders should know that information changes over time and it can be quite frustrating being held at a border.

    I like the budget of the $20 to $25 a day. LOL In Europe, I have put 27.4 liters of gas in my R1150 GSA and it ran me CA$68. Hell my car at home never took that much.

  3. No no no there's nothing wrong with you… lol really like your sense of humour… good to know that you feel safe and are fulfilling your dreams…. it Gives a real hope and knowledge that there's good people all over the world and that we should embrace our differences and realise that we become richer and happier for doing that…

  4. Hey Kinga, THANK U for this video, its the most helpfull video i ever found on HOW to travel the world regarding documentation and health, its really hard to find that information. seen alot of your vid's already but never replyd to any as i just enjoy watching them, but this one is very helpfull and first time i watched it i noted it all down (in a excel file) and had this nice and safe on my backup drive. that backupdrive died recently and i lost all the files on it so have to reassemble quit some stuf AND this information is 1 of the things i had to recover SO watched the video AGAIN. SOOOO please never remove this video, it would be hell to find all the information a third time IF i loose all my data again XD, Kind Regard Haiko

  5. Best wishes for a successful and adventurous life. Love watching your content. This episode has been very helpful. Based on your experience, would you take the BMW K1600GT on a world trip? Only on round. Thank you for sharing your videos.

  6. The tourist must be respected by the police because he is a passerby and has an important role in discovering the world with its civilizations, and he encourages global tourism. My respect for tourists from all parts of the world

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