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The morning came too early for most us as we once again packed the van and trailer – heavy with bags, equipment and refreshments. The road to Lilongwe would be long and the road conditions troublesome so our road captain Wes us up early, packed and ready while the sun was still coming up.

I did not write a blog post last night, I thought this would do the job better than anything I could write. Mo (Mauritz Boshoff) acted as spokesperson yesterday and did an awesome job. The team’s proud of him. Here’s a clip from his speech at the Lusaka shelter we visited. (Audio is a little […]

The R.O.S.O team made the front page of the Republikein Newspaper! Well done guys we are so proud of you. Keep up the great work and keep on Speaking Out

And so Day 5 has rolled on, and just as suddenly disappeared into a massive pothole… We pulled out of Rundu this morning bright and early with a quick re-fuel, before hitting the long road through northern Namibia. We made good time on the excellent roads and Wes swears he spotted 5 Ellies somewhere in […]

During the last few days of our tour across Southern Africa we have had the opportunity to visit a handful of community projects and shelters as well as having informal chats to the local communities as we passed through their area. The folks at the official venues usually host us in conjunction with the UN […]

The first thing that got my attention, as I have mentioned in the media interviews, was the challenge of riding my Harley through 9 Southern African countries and doing close to 8,000 kilometers on an epic trip like this. Then the UN workshops started and I realized that there was a whole lot more to […]

I asked the two UN Riders from “New York, New York” to write their thoughts down. We’ve been spending a fair amount of time with them now and they are a definite part of this tight team. Peter Hood is an assertive rider who holds his own on the road, with an equal passion for […]