Get the diaries out!!
The third Horizons Unlimited Ireland meeting will take place in Enniskillen on the weekend of
29 June-1 July 2012
The meeting will be at the same location as the last two years with excellent camping, food and craic guaranteed.
Keep an eye out on this thread for more information as plans unfold and we gather together our list of speakers. It is early days for speakers to firmly commit but at this stage the list includes:
Grant and Susan Johnston
world travellers and founders of Horizons Unlimited
back by popular demand for his excellent and practical “personal safety for motorbike travellers” demonstration.
Norman and Margaret Magowan
. check out their website at Adventures in Yellow by Norman Magowan : Motorcycle Journey on the Pan American Highway
Come along and chat with these well travelled adventurers from Belfast.
Hana has travelled extensively in Spain and Morocco and will be able to tell you everything you want to know about that area. For those who were at last year's meeting she was the lady who donated the fantastic prize to our charity raffle.
Roddy is the transport manager at James Cargo in London and knows everything there is to know about transporting bikes round the world. He takes care of all the freighting arrangements for Globebusters and other motorbike adventure companies. Come along armed with lots of questions.
. An expert on motorbike travelling and Apricot Yoghurt!
Brian has agreed to do a First Aid course aimed particularly at motorcyclists. What you learn at this course could one day make all the difference.
website Traveldri Plus
Les will give us the benefit of his vast knowledge of the best travel kit to take with you on your adventure. He is also hoping to bring a selection of quality kit with him.
Declan has recently returned from an Eastern Europe trip. His chosen talk title is "Back home to Belarus" Interesting!
Gerry will give the lowdown on his foray into central Africa 1n 2011.
There are others in the wings but more of that at a later time!
We have already received confirmed registrations from Australia, England and Ireland. So what are you waiting for? If you are planning to be there (and if not why not!?) get registered now at