Ever since I started riding, I have always dreamed of having my own custom motorcycle. After 5 years, I finally have one. Continue reading
Every part has already arrived and we mocked-up everything so we could get an overview how everything is going to look and it definitely did not disappoint. Continue reading
When I arrived the guys were already joking around. One of them said that he has not been photographed as much as the other guys. Continue reading
If you are going to spend hours riding, you have to make sure that where your’e ass goes is comfortable or else you will have a sore bum. Continue reading
Following Ador’s advice, I agreed to have the sub-frame become a bolt-on part he said that “This will give us a lot of options in the future”. He also told me that he will build it in such a way that everything is plug and play. “Your batteries and everything else will have sockets, that way if you ever decide to take it apart you wont have much problem”. Continue reading
New explorations will always end up with meeting new people. To help us with building Wander One, I was introduced to Ador, a dirt motorcycle mechanic expert. Luckily his shop was just a few minutes away. We didn’t waste any more time and got the bike to his shop to started chopping it. Continue reading
I arrived at his shop early in the evening, he was entertaining a client when he saw me arrive. He then proceeded to ask me if this was it, if this was the bike that we are going customise, I said “Yes”. He then smiled like a child being given a present.
After finishing the 5 days of travel we were given a day to polish all of our entries, then comes the voting (waiting period). I did not campaign for myself anymore, I felt that I will just leave it up to the people on wether or not they think I deserve to win. Also I was going through some financial problems that needed my attention more than the competition. So in a way I just completely ignored it. Continue reading
Am I a wanderer? I’m still not sure, I don’t define myself. When I’m asked as to what I do, I often just tell them that I’m just a guy on a motorcycle travelling to different places with no labels nor expectations. I just travel with an open mind hoping to find challenges that can help me become a better version of myself.
I asked them how many islands were going to visit. They just answered “How many do you want to visit?”, I replied “How many are there?”. They answered “A lot”.