1. Doug
    10th October 2019 @ 7:48 am

    well done, great write up. T5 work horse of the 80’s the stallion still pulling it’s weight over Europe. #Touring the future

  2. JohnnyWalker
    10th October 2019 @ 12:16 pm

    Awesome ride Wookie….I love the mad things that can happen ‘on the road’. Can’t quite top it in mileage, but Tracey and me did do Strasbourg to Durham in one hit after the first Euro Lambretta, 1202k. Mind, we did have a kip in a bus shelter in Dover (pre-tunnel days), but it was two’s up on my SX and a fortnight’s luggage! Tracey deserved a bigger medal than me 😉

  3. ULC Shane
    10th October 2019 @ 5:03 pm

    Fair play that man, you deserve an airhawk just for ur effort, Most miles I did in one day was 450 on my Rally200 heading for VWD in Norway, my backside never experienced so much pain on that trip and dutiful bought an Airhawk just for life simple pleasures

  4. paul d
    10th October 2019 @ 5:14 pm

    What a great achievement! You’ve captured the emotions and inner mindset that comes with big road in this write up perfectly. A big deal doing it on your own. Those are the journeys you’ll never forget…although like you I’ve often forgotten parts like where I got petrol! Very enjoyable read!

  5. Alan Crease
    10th October 2019 @ 7:58 pm

    One word – EPIC !

    I’ve done Aachen – High Wycombe on a Piaggio Burgman and I thought I was a hero – but that would just be a warm-up ride for you.

    Did you listen to music to while away the miles?

    • Nicky Murray
      12th October 2019 @ 9:42 pm

      No music, I’ve tried in the past but can’t get used to it.

  6. almal
    11th October 2019 @ 6:52 pm

    Great read, well written! How many other 125cc two strokes could travel across Europe in one go? A lot to be said for a standard engine on a touring set up…Well done!

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