Dr. Frazier Ponders Another Global Ride Photo Gallery
End of the road and Ruta 3, Ushuaia, Argentina.
Check out photos from Dr. Frazier's adventures around the world as he ponders another Global Ride.
Pondering wandering distant roads.
Shifting sands of Souseveli, Namibia.
End of the road on the African continent, southernmost tip, where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Agulhaus.
A former Grand Prix race course in Germany (referred to as Schauinsland), State Road 124, a secret of the Black Forest because it is only open to motorcycles during the week.
Pictured is German biker friend Werner Eberhardt from Alpirsbach, who lost his Goldwing in a bet with me during a pool game one night. He scratched when sinking the 8 ball.
Carl Stearns Clancy with his 1912 Henderson motorcycle, the first person to “girdle the globe,” 1912-1913.
BMW K100RT I used to cross Europe on a previous ‘round the world ride, possibly ready for another Europe crossing, and maybe Asia.
A Honda GL650 was my motorcycle of choice for a previous South American adventure while circling the globe.
Three motorcycles previously used for all or part of earlier rides around the globe: 2001 Kawasaki KLR 650, 1947 Indian Chief, and 1981 BMW R80G/S. Two are now in museums in USA. The Indian Chief is ready for another long ride.
A fast ride around the globe using one motorcycle: 5 months on a Kawasaki KLR 650.
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