February 19, 2020
The group from Canada : Steve, Peter, Carlos, John, Don, Jeff and Nigel. And Woddy from the US. They all arrived 1 day earlier to see Chiang Mai. After the welcome briefing and bike handover everybody is excited about the tour start tomorrow.
February 1, 2020
Hello and welcome to the Blog of the Southeast Asia Tour! The tour is already done but please stay a while and read of our adventures. Find a 'Best of Pictures' at the very end of this page. ...
November 30, 2019
Our Extreme team: Karl and Christian from Austria, Birgit, Johannes and Günter from Germany and Mark, Cathy and Jeff from the US. Ready to start tomorrow!
November 21, 2019
Our Extreme team this time comes from USA, Scottland and Germany. There was a special festival going on in Chiang Mai, where the sky at night was iluminated by thousands of lampignons or a kind of baloon. Very nice!
November 3, 2019
Weeeee did it! We made it safe and sound to Bangkok! Around 17000km through 2 continents, 7 country’s in 73 days brought us down here on a trip of a lifetime! Congratulations to the whole crew and thank you to everybody who made this journey possible!
October 2, 2019
Checking out the island of Hokkaido. Could this be a new touring destination?
September 16, 2019
April 27, 2019
All the best and thank you all for a great two weeks in Japan!!
February 9, 2019
Day 1 - Arrival in Chiang Mai Everbody from the group made it safe to tour start. Wael from Libanon, David and his son Nathan from the US, David also from US, Fabian and Mariella from Costa Rica, Jari from Finland/US and James from England. ...
November 23, 2018
Ready for the adventure: Mark, Michael, Charlene, Karl, Eric and Christian.
November 21, 2018
"Road of 1000 curves", near Pai
June 4, 2018
And suddenly it was there: the last riding day in this fantastic country with all its secrets, friendly people, amazing culture and stunning views. Two weeks of riding with this great group of people was for us a very pleasant experience. Hope to see you all at ...
May 31, 2018
Himeji Castle...! A landmark example of japanese mideaval defense architecture. Astonishing in it's dimensions, aesthetic, und mixture of functionality and form.