In the spring of 2012, Noah Horak loaded up his KTM 690 Enduro R and set out to ride around the world. His adventures from Alaska, Morocco, Siberia, and now Asia are a fascinating read. For those with the ambition to embark on a RTW trip, this is what it looks like. This is the real deal. I had the chance to catch up with Noah during the first portion of his travels through Southeast Asia.
When we last spoke, you were in Vietnam on a 110cc scooter. Honestly, that sounds fantastic. How is that section of your journey going? I'm still in Vietnam as I am writing this. My good friend from work flew into Hanoi. He only had 2 weeks off so we didn't have much time. By the time we bought bikes in Hanoi, got them sorted and left, it was already the 6th. He had to be at the airport on the evening of the 15th. We ended up riding over 2000km in 8 days. Averaging between 45 and 50 km/h. Traffic in Vietnam is crazy. You will see when I edit the video. My scooter was a copy of a Honda Wave. It only blew up 1 time :)