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Loving your trip so far. You're the second youtuber I follow who has visited Ouagadougou…. the first one, Noel Phillips flew in (as that's what he does… flies one airport to another)…. btw… don't hate me but anytime I hear the name Ouagadougou this stupid song pops in to my head. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POv-3yIPSWc
I wished you would have found KTM Toni Togo in Lome to Service your bike! The best mechanical garage in whole West Africa!
too discrimination about africa…well you got to accept people with their cultures….have watched your episidoes and wow all amazing but again give credit where it deserves…africans aint bad people..in as much yes there poverty here and there some of this people are cool because anyways should they all shout problems they got?bravo…growing my interest in bikes too
OK next time talk word by word we understand you well you're talking like Radio thanks
Glad to see your videos again. I don’t why YouTube hasn’t made that available
I know it’s a old one. I hope you still in the rode and enjoying life.
Greetings from boston.
So much plastic that can break, in your bike? Maybe you should spend more money on a quality bike for long journeys…
Nico – have watched all posted 33 episodes.. great work.. i like your humour too. I have done solo motorcycle trips thru India (12000km on a 220cc ) and Europe (100000km on a honda cbr125cc) and have African continent on my radar. But i only like small bikes. for example its suprising how much ruff track i can get done on my 125cc yamaha scooter (lol) where i live in Thailand. what is the most common small bike you see in Africa? e.g a honda click? and do you see any honda pcx 150s? i tried googling pcx150 in Africa but couldnt find anything.. i think a pcx150 would suit me fine.. i dont need to go fast and i wouldnt do as much off asphalt as you.. and they have good under seat storage and a decent sized tank (8.5 litres). appreciate your on the ground observations.. thanks and ride safe…
GOOD thing is Nigeria land border is now open. safe travel but be vigilant.
Jaja ahora veo que tambien tienes canal en ingles. Saludos desde guatemala
sick video dude
Love your videos. ❤️
Man that city camping would give me bad anxiety. Keep the videos coming. Love them.