Check out photos from Dr. Frazier’s adventures around the world as he ponders another Global Ride.
- Pondering wandering distant roads.
- A fast ride around the globe using one motorcycle: 5 months on a Kawasaki KLR 650.
- Carl Stearns Clancy with his 1912 Henderson motorcycle, the first person to “girdle the globe,” 1912-1913.
- End of the road and Ruta 3, Ushuaia, Argentina.
- 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.
- 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.