“In the Sahara life evaporates like fog” Saint-Exupéry wrote after being missing for three days in the desert in the 1935. But he did not know that that experience of extreme contact with death later would also be on daring motorcyclists. This is the story of Aldo Winkler and his Paris-Dakar from 1989.
It is said that Edward Joe Pennington was so innovative as to have coined the term himself “motorcycle”. It was the 1896. But it's not why I became famous, nor why he is the protagonist of the podcast Stories In Motion today.
David has a thousand reasons not to get up from the couch, not to listen to that little voice, while browsing a motorcycle magazine with a trip to head north, She reminds him of what would be good to get back in the saddle. Last but not least the arrival of her second child. Eppure…
I want to talk about common drivers and motorcyclists, Experienced mechanics and improvisers of the torque, but also friends, husbands and wives, fathers and sons: all that is around our passion. I want to talk about you!