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It's going to be a long 300km...
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  #16  
Old 14 Jan 2014
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Hi to all!!!


When I calculate the numbers for carnets, guides, visas...all adds up way to high at this moment for mu budget. Therfore I will have to postpone this trip for some time.
I was hoping and want to this but unfortunately not this time.
To all of you starting your major.trips.this year wishing you all the best, load of fun nad safe miles....
Until next time.....

Nino

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Had previously posted in the 2014 thread bu my plans are now deferred by a year.

User: 7days1shower
Start / Finish: Vladivostok
Route: Heading East (Russia > Mongolia > Kaz > Kyrgyz (possibly loop in the other Stans) > China > Pakistan > India
Main Dates: Start ~May 2015
Vehicle: Suzuki GSXR600
Notes: Looking to share costs of travel through China into Pakistan late August 2015
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Old 17 Jan 2014
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Hi,

I am hoping to be heading from the UK to pakistan sometime in 2015. Planning is in the real early stages as yet.

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User: David, Male, British, 48
Start / Finish: Cheshire to Pakistan
Rout: Europe, Iran, Pakistan and back.
Main Dates: Depart 2015
Vehicle: Motorcycle to be decided
Notes: Looking for someone to do the Iran and Pakistan leg. Have a home in Pakistan.
I am thinking of Salford to Mumbai one way, and maybe shipping my bike back.
This will be in the SCHOOL summer holidays in 2015 I will take about a month to do this, then spend a week or so with family. I have a places to stay there with family!

User: brendanhall,
Start / Finish: salford UK to Mumbai

Route: under review! but thinking of:

England, France, Belgium (want to stop at war grave for a couple of hours), Germany (want to see Nuremberg), Austria (want to see Vienna), Hungary, Romania (want to see Transfagarasan pass & Ploiesti), Bulgaria, Turkey (want to see Istanbul, Anzac bay & ancient cave houses), Iran (want to see Kerman, Persepolis)

I am hoping for a Major miracle here and want to cross the border to Pakistan at Pishin not Taftan!

This would allow traversing Pakistan near the sea and well away from Afghanistan and the associated problems that has.

Depending on how we are doing and feeling there is actually more than one way into India! Wahga and the Thar Express! Then It depends where I go over that border!

Main Dates: July & August 2015
Vehicle: possibly a K75.
Notes: Might have a pillion!
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Old 17 Jan 2014
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Smile my plans for 2015

Hello all, what a good idea to have this kind of thread.

I have postponed my next ride to Asia, I wanted to do it this year (2014) but I decided I need some time off traveling and more time reading. So it will be 2015 to go back to Asia.

User: mika, Germany/Finnland, at the moment living in Bolivia
Start / Finish: Sagres (Portugal) - Nairobi (Kenya)
Route: Europe, Russia (to Vladivostok), China, Central Asia, Middle East, East Africa
Main Dates: Start April 2015, End January 2016
Vehicle: Suzuki DR 350 to Vladivostok and maybe a Chinese bike for China and the rest
Notes: Fast ride thru Europe and Russia (6 weeks) to visit friends, 3 months in China, then leaving to Kirgistian and going South to Iran. Oman, Jemen, Djibuti, Addis, Nairobi .... this is only the plan now, it can change tomorrow.

Looking for somebody to cross into China mid May 2015 near Vladivostok ... no guides for China ... only experienced travelers
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Users: Wildman & Modman, UK
Start / Finish: shipping bikes to Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia), flying out and riding them back to the UK
Route: Not yet discussed but personally, I would want to consider riding some part of the Stans even if just northern Kazakhstan and maybe Belarus to see Białowieża Forest
Main Dates: not set but I'm guessing five to six weeks from early July 2015 to mid August 2015
Vehicle: F800GS x 2 if we both end up doing this
Notes: Modman and I met up to ride Iceland in 2013.
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User: Male, 45, Australia
Start: may 2015
Route: shipping bike from Oz to UK then ride back to India via euro, Pakistan, India, Nepal, maybe on to Thai down to Indo.
Main Dates: bike to arrive UK before start of IOM TT in June then head off.
Vehicle:BMW R100gs
Notes: anyone doing same thing about same time, feel free to get in touch and share the experience.
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Yep, would be interested in catching up. Shipping bike over from Oz in May 2015. Visiting IOM TT then heading off through Europe, Turkey, Pakistan, India, Nepal....then possibly air freighting to Thailand down to Bali and back to Oz.....tho not sure about the SE Asia bit as already done that bit...
Am in early stage and looking into all visas etc.
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Sounds good mate. Am too shipping bike from Oz to UK in May 2015 and will be travelling thro Europe, Turkey, Iran Pakistan to India....still planning all paperwork tho bike is all rebuilt and ready to go. Drop a line sometime and perhaps we will cross paths and assist with paperwork etc.
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Another for 2015

Hello
Another for planning for May 2015

User Bryn from NZ
Start from the UK back to NZ
Route UK ,Northern Ireland , St Petersburg (Russia) Crimea ,Iran , Stans , Mongolia , Vladivostok too Singapore , East Timor , East Coast Australia too NZ.
Vehicle BMW GS R80 .
Notes ,Shipping NZ bike too the UK ,ride across to Vladivostok and Ship too Singapore ,Thailand and then back down via Indonesia ,East Timor ,Darwin etc to NZ ,
figure by riding Easterly you,ll met many more and ride for periods with other like minded travellers

Thank you for your thread
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Thanks guys, the list is really growing!! Thats 18 trips now.

Keep us updated about major changes.

Thanks

Kim
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User: 'K3nny' (Kenny), Male, Australia, 32.
Start / Finish: UK to Perth, Australia.
Route: Europe, Turkey...TBC...
Main Dates: Depart March 2015 (Visa expires 06Mar15), ideally ANZAC Day (26Apr15) in Gallipoli, Turkey, then hopefully Perth, Australia, before Xmas 2015.
Vehicle: '96 Honda Transalp 600
Notes: Looking for travel partner/s, I don't mind joining/being joined by others for various phases, but definitely looking for a committed road companion/s for the majority of the trip.
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User: Channey, 57 year old male, Australia
Start / Finish: Gothenberg to Melbourne. (Might finish in Thailand)
Route: Hope to ride through North Africa, Middle East, South East Asia. Political situation in North Africa is not great at the moment, so I might have to go through Kazakhstan/Pakistan or Iran/Pakistan route.
Main Dates: May 2015, not fixed
Vehicle: 2011 BMW F800GS
Notes: I rode from Vladivostok to Amsterdam in 2012, via Mongolia, China, the Stans, Geogia & Turkey. Would like to ride back via different route to Australia in 2015.
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Start / Finish
: UK - Japan

Route: UK -> France -> Switzerland -> Italy -> Austria -> Hungary -> Ukraine -> Russia -> Kazakhstan (Debating on that one) -> Back to Russia -> Mongolia -> Vladivostok -> Japan

Main Dates: March 2015 departure -> Enter Mongolia by May -> As long as it takes to get to Japan

Vehicle: XT660Z Tenere "The Fartmajster"
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Germany to Iran in July-August

21st July: Starting from Frankfurt - Austria - Italy
23rd July: Ferry (Minoan) from Ancona - Igoumenitsa
26th July - 3rd August: Turkey - Istanbul - Black Sea Coast - Coastal Mountains - Eastern Central Turkey...
4nd August: Entry into Iran
7th August: Arrival in Tehran

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Daniel, Male 51, Yamaha TT600R
Annette, Female, 46, Ducati M 750
Manfred, Male, 57, Triumph Tiger 955i
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