ONE COUPLE, TWO MOTORCYCLES, AROUND THE WORLD

FORTY-ONE COUNTRIES

FIVE CONTINENTS

TWO AND A HALF YEARS

AND COUNTING…

ONE COUPLE, TWO MOTORCYCLES, AROUND THE WORLD

FORTY-ONE COUNTRIES

FIVE CONTINENTS

TWO AND A HALF YEARS

AND COUNTING…

ONE COUPLE, TWO MOTORCYCLES, AROUND THE WORLD

FORTY-ONE COUNTRIES

FIVE CONTINENTS

TWO AND A HALF YEARS

AND COUNTING…

ONE COUPLE, TWO MOTORCYCLES, AROUND THE WORLD

FORTY-ONE COUNTRIES

FIVE CONTINENTS

TWO AND A HALF YEARS

AND COUNTING…

Jupiters Travellers

Welcome to We Love Motogeo! So what’s this all about then? 

Well, like the title says, we’re a couple who’s decided to take the plunge. We’ve sold (almost) everything, packed what’s left onto the back of our motorcycles and ventured out into the world to see what we can see. We’ve also started a little non-profit to help people whose work in their communities is inspiring us as we travel, and to see what a little “paying it forward” can do to make this world a better place.

So far, our journey has taken us over 70,000 km across North America, Europe, North Africa, Australia and Asia. If you’re curious about where we are at the moment, we’re right here! Our latest stories are listed below and you can find all of our posts and galleries under Recent Trips. So grab your favourite beverage, take a moment, relax and enjoy a quick read with some lovely photos. Thanks for stopping by!

OUR LATEST STORY

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RECENT STORIES

Ikaalinen to Lahti, Finland, Arctic Nights

Arctic Nights and the Last of the North

We spend three days Nordnes Camp and Bygdesenter, a little slice of heaven just south of Røkland. It feels like a northern town should; remote, lacking options in just about every way and, even in August, quite cold. We’re north of the Arctic Circle, farther north than any mainland point in Iceland and, if we […]

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Featured Image: Arctic Cairns and Atlantic Road

Atlantic Road to Arctic Circle

The morning is brisk. Really brisk. There’s a light covering of frost on the tent and, where the dry-bags have been laying, a film of damp has formed on the floor. The low-lying clouds have saved us the view of Trollstigen but we definitely feel socked-in and rain seems a certainty at some point along todays […]

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Bjordal to Stryn and Trollstigen, Norway

From the Falls of Stryn to the Heights of Trollstigen

It’s a strange sensation being camped this close to a road that, while not busy, does play host to the occasional truck and car. The only level spot to pitch our tent is just off the shoulder which certainly presents an occasional what if… but somehow we’re always able to pretend that those are simply impossible inevitabilities. […]

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