Ushuaia, Argentina is the southernmost city in the world, and as such, is a meeting place of all the touring motofreaks every year for Christmas and New Years Eve. Heres a list of who, on what, and from where for how long. This year we all ganged up on the fantastic folks at the Rugby Club Camping ground and stuffed ourselves silly with a bbq`d lamb and boxes of Argentinian wine. We were even fortunate enough to be a part of TWO engagements!!
Apologies to those that I may have missed.
Name - country - bike - where their tour is - how long for this trip
David Taylor, UK. 2000 F650. South America, 9 months.
Rene Cormier, Canada. 2003 F650. Round the world, 3 years.
Luca Marani, Italy. 2000 Honda Trans Alp. South America, 6 months.
Peter Slarke, UK. 1992 Honda Dominator NX650N. Alaska to Ushuaia, 12 months.
Jessica Hartridge, UK. 2000 KLR 250. South America, 7 months.
Christian Schmidt, Germany. 2002 KTM LC 640 Adventure. South America, 6 months.
Heike Everyling, Germany. 1999 Suzuki DR 650. South America, 6 months.
Jon Holmes, USA. 2001 Suzuki DR 650. Alaska to Ushuaia, 2 years.
Tony Fagan, UK. 1998 KLR 650. North and South America, 13 months.
John Wellburn, Canada. 1976 R90. North and South America, 9 months.
Werner and Gina Weber, Switzerland. 2003 KTM LC8. South America, 5 months.
Tom Hunter, USA. 2000 BMW R1150GS. South America, unkown.
Uwe Rodacker, Germany. 1993 Honda Africa Twin. North and South America, 1 year.
Beate Block, Germany, 1999 Honda Trans Alp. North and South America, 1 year.
Joerg Kallinna, Germany. 1999 Honda Africa Twin. South America, 8 months.
Kirsten Schellenberg. 1997 BMW R80GS. South America, 8 months.
Reiner Prinz, Germany. 2003 KTM LC8, South America, 2 months.
David Helmreich, Austria butliving in Arg. 2004 BMW R1150 GS Adventure.
There was also a Harley with Quebec, Canada plates that was seen but not identified.
Now you know!