TPZ166: Vietnam Motorcycle Adventure with William Shears

Vietnam motorcycle adventure
William Shears on left

Having never ridden a motorcycle, William Shears traveled to Vietnam to begin a roughly 1,200-mile motorbike adventure from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh.  He bought a second hand 110cc Honda he called Black Rose and set off on the Ho Chi Minh Highway with a camera to capture the journey. You’ll find it on YouTube in a video titled How to Motorbike Vietnam and you can learn more about William at his website  William Shears, welcome to The Pursuit Zone.

TPZ154: RTW Overland Motorbike Adventure with Steph Jeavons

Overland Motorbike Steph Jeavons

In March 2014 Steph Jeavons set off on a solo ‘round the world overland journey on her Honda CF250L motorbike.  She completed her adventure 4 years later becoming the first Brit to do so by riding in all 7 continents.  It was an adventure not about the bike or speed, but about living, learning, and enjoying life.  She endured everything from extreme heat to the freezing cold while camping, couch surfing, and staying with fellow bikers.  She is also fundraising for Rally4Life.  An organization dedicated to relieving poverty by providing education, food, and shelter to needy families around the world.  You can learn more about Steph and her adventure at  Steph Jeavons, welcome to The Pursuit Zone.

TPZ106: Ho Chi Minh Trail by Motorbike with Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent

Ho Chi Minh Trail by Motorbike

Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent, better known as Ants, is a travel writer, TV producer and world traveler. In her latest book, A Short Ride in the Jungle – The Ho Chi Minh Trail by Motorcycle, she tells the story of her 6 week, 2,000 mile journey from Hanoi to Saigon on a 25-year-old Honda Cub motorbike named the Pink Panther. She followed the trail through Laos and Cambodia dodging unexploded ordinance from the Vietnam war and witnessing illegal logging in the forests of Laos. During her trip, she raised funds for Mines Advisory Group, an organization that helps remove mines and other weapons from countries around the world. To learn more you can visit her website at Ants, welcome to The Pursuit Zone.

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