Originally Posted by Lone Rider
Are you the Sami nut?
I guess that would be me.... My company was initially built on parts for Suzukis, but its only a small part of the overall business at this point. Still my sentimental favorite when it comes to 4x4 though.
Also, I just finished a trip with Kudu. Had a great time and would recommend them to anyone who wants to ride Africa and doesn't happen to have a bike on the same continent, is interested in a pretty cool route, and is looking for riding companions. I'm from the USA, so renting a bike and using their trip/guide plan made great sense.
Anyway, anyone have any questions on how Kudu is running things lately, feel free to email me. I did enjoy the trip alot and the route they use thru Mauritania was about as danger-free as you can get in that part of the world despite the cancellation of the rally this year. The route thru the Atlas mountains we ran, even though on tarmac, was some of the most enjoyable paved riding I have ever done. Hundreds of miles of twisty-turneys on deserted narrow roads thru remote villages. The trip doesn't have to be all on dirt to have a great ride.
Where the road ends, life begins....