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Longest Motorcycle Jouney
Topic Started: Aug 8 2007, 07:08 PM (426 Views)
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Longest Motorcycle Jouney
Emilio Scotto of Buenos Aires, Argentina, completed the longest ever journey by a motorcycle, covering over 457,000 miles and 214 countries and territories, from January 17, 1985 to April 2, 1995.
On his amazing adventure, Emilo filled 11 passports of 64 pages each. He learnt five languages, was imprisoned six times, arrested on suspicion of drug dealing, of being a Russian spy, and of being an agent for Libyan leader Colonel Gadhafi, was accused of being a Rwandan spy, encountered cannibals and contracted malaria yet somehow he stayed alive! His girlfriend, Monica, joined him in India, and they were married in a Hindu ceremony, before traveling on together. He went through 86 tires, 11,095 gal of gas,
739 quarts of oil, 12 batteries and 9 seats!
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