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Important to read at first:



After 44 years - on 18th.09.2014 - I decided to stop my researches on: "How were all continents discovered 1885-2014 by motorcycle-travellers?" The reason is that I have been sitting with all my passion behind the computers and reading books and articles for years day and night to come to the knowledge of these sites.
I am still full of other ideas including some travels. Also I want to move a bit more for my health instead of sitting too long behind the computer.

You can use all information for yourself. If you use infos and fotos for any other reason like publications please know, that there is still Copyright on all of it by myself and others.

I am German. I did my best to write most in English. If I missed some ,,,,,,,,, please take some of these and put them on the right place (Churchill)!

Bye Bernd Tesch. Village Hammer in forest EIFEL / Germany / United Europe / Multiversum..



Last update: 18.07.2020
You are on this site: https://www.berndtesch.de/English/Continents/Australia/Australia 2016-2030.html
Australia. Australien by motorcycle


This chapters below you can NOT see here at the moment:
https://www.berndtesch.de/English/Continents/Australia/Australia 10Bi-1980.html
10 bi-1900 Australia
1901-1950 Australia
1951-1970 Australia
1971-1980 Australia

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1981-1990 Australia
1991-1994 Australia
1995-2000 Australia

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2001-2004 Australia
2005-2010 Australia
2011-2015 Australia

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https://www.berndtesch.de/English/Continents/Australia/Australia 2016-2030.html
2016-2020 Australia
2021-2030 Australia






http://www.ginkgomaps.com/de/rl2c_xc_ozeanien_landkarte_satbmngtb08dcw_jg_hres.jpg in 2014
Ohne Rand mit Hilfe von Stephan Hahnel


Australia and New Zeland - Motorcycle - Travels / Adventures

= Australien- und Neuseeland Motorrad-Reisen (German)


Welcome on this site!
Bem Vindo ! Benvenuti ! Bien Venido ! Bienavenue ! Bom Bini ! Dobrodosli ! Huan yin (CN) ! Namaste ! Tanastalink ! Välkommen (S) ! Velkommen (N) ! Welkom !  Willkommen (G) ! Bienvenue (F) !
Do you know this in other languages?



DID you see the "Yowie" yesterday?
Everybody is looking since years for the monster "Yowie" in Australia....


How to see and print out (free of charge) or to buy maps for your mc-tour ?
See a good view for all continents or countries at: http://sunsite.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/Maps

< Bernd Tesch in Australia 2004-2005

Copyright Bernd Tesch. Motorcycle-WORLD-Travel-Expert.  It is free for you to read this and learn out of it. It is not allowed to take off or to publish any information of this without written permission of Bernd Tesch. This all is a part of the books in work "Süd
GLOBETROTT-ZENTRALE Bernd TESCH. Grünentalstr. 31, 52152 Simmerath-Hammer, Germany. Tel 0049(0)2473-938686. website:
http://www.berndtesch.de


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Tasmania. A very good view from satelits. This is made with digitaltechnique out of many different fotos.
You can buy this as cards, artificial prints or poster from the producer: Claudius Diemer, owner of www.albedo39.de


Australia, Tasmania and New Zeland - Motorcycle - Travels / Adventures

= Australien- und Neuseeland Motorrad-Reisen (German)

Summaries of motorcycle-travellers riding
1. Overland from Europe to Australia and New Zealand
2. Overland from Australia or New Zealand
toEurope
3. In and around Australia and New Zealand


For the part overland from Europe to India / Nepal / Singapore see Asia as well

First list in Internet about "Australia-Motorcycle-Travels". A part of this you find already published since 02.1998. (>http://www.berndtesch.de >NEWS).  Start of this list in Internet: 28.05.2000 (>http://www.berndtesch.de >Englisch or German version>countries or Staaten>Australia). I would be grateful if you could help to keep this update ! So far you find many language and grammar mistakes inside because of lack of time. Pardon. Will be corrected and updated with more travellers in future.

Bernd Tesch has been travelling in Australia / Tasmania 14.000 kms until 2000 himself. But much more important is that he knows a lot of Australia-Motorcycle-Travellers himself. He is working in this field since 1970. In this times I had to write letters and to phone or to visit the World-Around-Travellers to get contact / informations. Later Fax helped. In 1991 I visited the most famous motorcycle-travellers in Denmark, in 1993 in Britain, in 1994 in USA, in 1999/ 2000 in Australia and in between many in Europe (France, Germany, Netherland, Switzerland). Many of  famous Australia Motorcycle Travellers have been at my yearly Motorcycle-Meeting for World-Travellers in april yearly. I own the largest archive of  oveland to Australia-Travellers and Around Australia Travellers. Especially I am as well best  informed the history: "Discovering Australia by Motorcycle in 100 years 1900 -2000". In 2000 Bernd Tesch is preparing an article about this. In 02.1998 I started in internet to publish informations about Motorcycle-World-Travellers

To find all this and all my activities was a "life-long job" and cost me a lot of money. Since many years I am working in a two new book called "Australien-Motorrad-Reisen = Australia Motorcycle Travels" and "Australien Motorrad Abenteuer" = Australia Motorcycle Adventures. Nearly all books about "Australia by Motorcycle" which have been published until 1994 are published in my in German written, but very international understandable book called "Motorrad-Abenteuer-Touren" (432 pp, 500 pictures / drawings. About 264 Motorcyle World-Tours. ISBN 3-9800099-55-5. DM 38.90). I own all this books in all languages.

I am very grateful to all the individuals who knew that I am working in this field. They informed me worldwide by sending letters, later faxes and emails since 1994 about World-Around-Travellers. Without their help I could not get to this level. This internet-list had to be done very quick, because I did not have enough time. So please give me your "pardon" that there are mistakes inside of the informations and a lot in my language. At least you will never have seen such a huge collection of informations.

If there is shown "Book:" under the traveller and you want to read / order this you can check if it is still available: >> http://www.berndtesch.de >> German or English version >> Bestelliste or order. If you find this book there you can order it. I offer about 183 international available Motorcycle-TRAVEL-Books for sale.

If you are a Australia-Motorcycle-Traveller or plan to do this or "on the road" already or know anyone who is not listed here, please send my any details, addresses, publications, homepages and most important: best pictures.

PLEASE give me at first a complete view like this EXAMPLE in this STILE in English:
01.10.2010 - 27.10.2011
Sven Müller (German, born ??.??.19??)   your http://www.???
+ Australia. Solo Australia with BMW R 100 GS. 50.000 kms. Rode together with Susan Smith (British) who rode a HONDA 500 XL.
Purpose of the tour: ??
Route: Europe 12.000 kms (Germany - Austria - Switzerland - Italy - Greek - Turkey ....) - Asia 15.000 kms (Iran - Pakistan - India - Nepal. Bike solo by plane to Singapure. I flew to Singapure. Malaysia - Thailand - back to Singapure). - Australia 16.000 kms (I flew together with bike to Darwin. Around  Australia 16.000 kms. Or offer names like: Darwin - Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney ...) - North-America (I flew with bike to Los Angeles. LA - New York) - Africa - Europe (Bike by ship to Netherlands / Amsterdam - Germany / Cologne).
The best: I wanted to find myself. Freedom. Sun. Friendship of  Turkey people. invitation by Pakistani. Climbing the Himalayas........)
The worst: I got Malaria in Nairobi. Attack of soldiers with weapons in Iran.....)...
Important useful informations for others:...
Book or publication (about your tour):...






Overland to, in and around Australia by Motorcycle


How to inform about your own motorcycle tour overland Europe > Australia or in Australia easyly ?
Who has been traveling overland to Australia or in Australia already ?


1. You can read this website carefully free of charge. It is a Bernd Tesch-Service.
It is the worldwide largest view about "Australian-Motorcycle-Travellers".

2. You can come to the "worldwide oldest and largest Motorcyle Meeting for WORLD-Travellers". There you find about 300 Motorcycle-WORLD-Travellers including those guys and girls who have been there or plan to travel there.

3. You can buy books about motorcycle- travelling in Australia

4. If you plan to travel to Australia or in Australia visit Bernd Tesch for Beratung or Recommendation.
The advantage for you would be that you can get all information from one person with >30 years of experience in Motorcycle-WORLD-Travelling. And you can speak about the equipment you need and buy this from Bernd Tesch.

5. In any case please send me your plan or experienec-overview about your Autralia-Plan like example "Müller" below". THis overview possibly could even help you to get information about your tour and contacts.


How to organise a flight to Australia easy and cheaply??
Wenn man sich per websites erkundigt, enthält man unterschiedliche Auskünfte, aber die Größenordnung dürfte stimmen. Es gibt ca. 400 Airlines und davon fliegen ca. 30 nach Australien. Der Preis richtet sich nach der Saison. Im eurpäischen Sommer ist in Australien Winter (und zum Teil Regenzeiten) und deshalb sind die Flüge preiswerter. Die australische Airlines Qantas bietet in dieser Zeit Angebote mit Flügen hin ud zurück für € 999,00. Im europäischen Winter ist die australische Saison und dieselben Flüge werden viel teurer. Die presiwertesten Economy-Flüge liegen dann um € 1200-1300 per Person für Hin- und Rückflug.
Wie findet man den eigenen passenden und besonders preiswertesten Flug zunächst einmal herraus ??? Es gibt jede Menge websites über welche man sich eine Übersicht verschaffen kann. EINE davon ist ? Natürlich kann man bei diesen websites auch buchen.
Die Flügzeit von Deutschland nach Australien / Melbourne beträgt ca. 22-24 Stunden. Es gut dort bereits ein Zimmer zum Ausschlafen zu haben !

Eine andere Information ist die eigene Erfahrung mit Airlines. Patricia und Bernd Tesch sind 1999 - 2000 mit
EMIRATES Airlines www.emirates.de geflogen.
Wir wußten damals nicht viel von dieser Airline und haben sie zunächst ausgewählt wegen der guten Preise. Wir waren dann erstaunt zu erfahren, wieviele Auszeichnungen diese Fluglinie laut offiziellen Umfragen hat und dass sie danach zu den allerbesten Fluglinien der Welt gehörte und noch gehört. Wir können diese Linie nur bestens weiter empfehlen. Zusätzlich mußte man ein Visum für die Vereinigten Emirate haben und in der sehr interessanten "hochmodernen Wüstenstadt Dubai" mindestens eine Nacht übernachten. Von Dubai ging es dann über Singapur mit kurzem Zwischenstop nach Melbourne. Trotz dieser Zusatzkosten war die Airline preiswert und super gut im Service.


How to organise a flight to and a bike in Australia easy and cheaply together??

Kurt Weidner   BIKE TOURS AUSTRALIA   http://www.biketours.com.au Kurt Weidner is not the owner anymore.
Australia +  USA +  Canada    Organised Tours + Buyback (Mietkauf) + Rental (Verleih)
The German Kurt offered as the first firm since 1982 organised Motorcycle-Tours in Australia. In the meantime you can book organised Motorcyle- Tours in Australia, USA and Canada, rent / buy / buyback motorcycles / cars. His firm name worldwide is BIKE TOURS AUSTRALIA. In Germany the same firm is known as TRAVEL ACTION as well. You can get more information about mc-tours by his homepage  http://www.biketours.com.au  You can order prospects of his tours by email in Germany: travelaction@t-online.de In Australia:  bike@biketours.com.au  or  car@carconnection.com.au  Address: TRAVEL ACTION Kurt Weidner. Einsiedeleiweg 16. D-57399 Kirchhunden. Tel. 02764-7824. Fax: 02764-7938. The Dutch woman Evelyn speaks German, English and Dutch.

Kurt owned up to 50 Motorcycles YAMAHA XT 600 E in Australia. Each months they start an organised mc-tour for three weeks. One enduro-tour is five weeks. The areas in Australia are different concerning to the climate. In total they ride eight different routes. As well the difficulties are from just hard-road-tours to expeditions. This camping-tours are accompanied by a leader in a service-car, who takes your luggage and buys the food.  Normally this is always smiling and very experienced Hardy. If you have friends who would not like to ride a mc (sometimes women like this) but accompany you there are always two seats available in the leader-car. Minimum for each tour are three motorcycles, maximum are about 10 normally. "On the road" you can go yourself with your own speed or in a small group and the car will come behind you and meet you in the evening. So in reality you have a lot of freedom as if you would travel alone. They could organise the flight with Quantas or Singapure-Airlines for you as well. Flight costs depend on the season and are about DM 2000 to DM 2300 both ways. Because of the season in Australia most customers book tours between october and march.

As well interested for you is that Kurt offers bikes and cars for your individual tour as well. For short tours he asks for one XT 600 E  $ Au 65/day or only $ Au 1950 as long as six months (1 $ Au is about DM 1,06). This is extremly sheap, because one flight with your own motorcycle will cost you more than to rent his motorcycle up to six month.  You can get more informations about how to rent a bike for yourself:  homepage: http://www.carconnection.com.au

The reason that inform you about Kurts firm so detailed is that we help each other: Kurt offered in 18.08.98 Bernd Tesch and Patricia Govers two YAMAHA XT 600 E for our  Round-Australia / Tasmania tour 25.10.1999 - 26.01.2000. We had no problems with both YAMAHA XT 600 E. I think that these are very good bikes for Autralia. You can ride with comfort on the long sealed road and are able to ride off-road everywhere. If you would have any problems with the bikes you can call his firm by Tel and handy. Seeing personally his firm we liked very much his and Hardys personal handling of his customers. So you are very well "personally protected" during your trip.

If you want to travel by mc / car in Australia with an organised tour or as an individualist I can recommed his firm very well. Especially if you just have 2-6 weeks holiday do NOT bring your own bike to Australia. You will save a lot of trouble here and in Australia organising all this AND will save a lot of money. Just relax: Fly to Australia (Melbourne), get your bike there, have fun riding in Australia, return the bike and fly back. All together very easy and cheap.

How to ship a travel by bike from Australia to NZ or GB or the other way?
If you can arrange to ship your bike in special times of David this probaly will help you to save a lot of money!
David Milligan. Boss of firm Superbike & Grand Prix World Tours. Event Specialists Exclusively for Motorcyclists the Aussie & NZ Isle of Man TT Festival specialists & Bike Shippers to NZ & UK/Europe. P.O.Box 167, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039, Australia. Ph/fax + (61 3) 9331 0947 Mobile Ph. 0412 689 849. Email: dmilliga@wingdriver.com.au
David started in 1996 to take Australian motorcyclists to World Superbike and MotoGP race meetings in Europe. But now it has been evolved into a business which ships (by shipping container) Australian registered motorcycles for their owners to go touring in New Zealand and the UK/Europe. We put 20 bikes in one container and unload them at our destination (Christchurch in New Zealand and Ipswich in England) so our clients can go touring for 1 month in New Zealand during the southern summer and 3 months in UK/Europe during the northern summer. We also take 1 tour each year with clients (on their bikes shipped to England) which includes England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man (for the TT Festival). This tour is for 43 days and all accommodation (B&B) is included.




2016


Luis Kepplinger. 2016. Noch vor der Abreise.

01.02.2016 - ??.??.2017

Luis Kepplinger ( German, born 09.04.1996 ) www.luisweltreise.com
- Plan: Germany- Australia. Luis plans a tour solo overland from Germany to Australia with a Honda Africa Twin XRV750 RD07 (departure 87.000 km).
Purpose: Fun. Meeting nice people. To collect experiences. To oberserve nature. To come possibly to my to limits. To find myself. To collect experiences with motorcycles as one of the youngest travelling alone through Europe and Asia to Australia.
Route: Europe appr. 4.500km (Germany- Austria- Italy-Albania- Greece-Turkey. Asia appr. 18.000km (Iran- Pakistan- India- Myanmar- Laos-Vietnam- Kambodscha- Thailand- Malaysia- Indonesia- Timor-Leste).  Australien km unknown because my route is not plant so far (appr. 5.000-8.000km). Flight back Australia > Gerrmany in 1 year.
Highlights: ??
The worst: ??
Earlier experiences: No.
Publication: On my website you see during my travel all infos.
09.01.2015 First summary
09.01.2015 First request for update
09.01.2016 Last summary.
06.07.2016 Luis scheint in Nepal festzuhängen, weill ein neues thailändische Gesetz besagt, dass man in Thailand nicht mit ausländischem Kennzeichen reisen draf. Um Update seines Blocks gebeten.
30.01.2019: Luis erbitte Update. Mit Digi-Karte und 3 der besten digi-Fotos in hoher Qualität.

2019
  2020. Cathrin in Australia.- R: 2017. Cathrin on her overland Mongolia-Motorcycle-Tour.



2020. Cathrin in Australia.

09.02.2019 - 04.07.2020

Cathrin Altenbach (German. *01.1981)
Australia. Cathrin planned to travel by motorcycle one year in Australia. But she lived and travelled there 16 months because..
Purpose: Cathrin bought -as planned- in Albany a used SUZUKI DR 650 from a private person and registerd and insured it easyly in Perth (WA) and then start travelling the the red continent. During her trip she will work as Workaway for food and accomodation. Cathrin has a one year tourist visa and will travel as far as her money will take her.
I quit my job and appartment and am curious to find out how it feels to travel with no material bonds and no deadline. I am also curious to visit the huge red continent and it´s relaxed people.
Info: “Travelling with no material bond and deadline turned out to be quite joyful. Instead of one year, after 17 months in Australia I am truly in love with the country and its people. Although I have to leave soon, I am already planning my next trip. Due to Covid-19 I was not able to finalize my trip and I want to come back to travel the west coast of Australia as well as the Simpson Desert.”
Route (so far): I started from Perth to head south east along the southern coastline. From Norseman I crossed the famous Nullarbor Plain direction west to east to meet friends in the Flinders Ranges. From there, we headed north to meet more friends and visit Uluru / Ayers Rock and some other close by sightseeing spots. With my good friend Brian, with whom I travelled in 2017, I continued on to Cairns region. The last few weeks I have been travelling from there down towards Brisbane crisscrossing between the coast and inland areas.

- “After visiting the Horizons Unlimited Meeting in Boonah (near Brisbane) in May 2019 I continued my travels on the eastern half of the Australian Continent. 38.000 kilometers have taken me far in to the Outback, enjoying the desert landscape and remote areas of central Australia. I have been to Tasmania where I had a beer in the southernmost pub of the country and enjoyed the beautiful lush green landscapes after weeks in the dry desert. My friend Brian once again set out to meet me in Victoria after I got back from Tasmania. Our plan to take on the Great Central Road to get to the west coast was, however, cut short when the world started to tumble into the Covid madness. With state borders closing we decided to head back up to North Queensland where Brian lives. Here I have spent the last three month of my trip relaxing, cleaning and repairing my equipment, servicing my bike, doing sports and reading a lot.”
The best (so far): The ever-changing landscape and the cool, very hospitable Aussie people.
The worst (so far): Mosquitoes and flies.
Important useful information for others: Bring a fly hat if you want to visit outback Australia.
Book or publication: We will see.
Earlier experiences: Greece 2004. Italy/Slovenia 2011. Croatia 2012. Romania 2013. Ukraine/Romania 2014 (approx.. 6.000 km). Germany to Mongolia and back in 2017 (ca. 30.000 km).

Organization:
23.01.2019: 1st summary.
23.01.2019: First request for update with one portait-selfi-foto before she starts.
24.04.2019: Next information by Cathrin
14.05.2019: Next request for update.
15.05.2019: Last update by Cathrin.
11.03.2020: Long distance-Travel-Insurance for 1 year: Envivas (a daugter of "Techniker Krankenkasse in Deutschland". Ca. 350 Euro für ein Jahr.- The new Insurance for the second year is HHMIS Atlas. Costs: 340 Euro for 6 months.
18.06.2020: Kathrin wrote that her time in Australia will come soon in Juli 2020 to the end
18.06.2020: BT aks for an update of her blog.
19.06.2020: "Cat" kindly send her update.

29.08.2019 - 27.09.2019
Carola Möller (German, *17.03.1978. YAMAHA XT 600E) with Jürgen Schmitz (German, *1964. YAMAHA XT600K),
Purpose of travel: Explore other cultures, dirt roads Cape York, meeting nice people, stay in the nature, have a good time.
Route: Starting in Cairns to the most northern point in Australia via Creb track and old telegraph track. Back to Cairns. Following the Savannah Way to Darwin.
A friend bought two XTs in australia for us. We will fly with Singapur Airlines from Düsseldorf to Cairns.
Earlier experiences:
1999.03.26: First time participant of the motorcycle-meeting for world-travellers called Tesch-Travel-Treffen" without having a motorcycle - just ideas to travel.
1999. 5 weeks solo by mc to France/Spain.
03.10.2000 - 28.05.2001: Carola rode solo around south of Africa on a XT 600. 25.000 kms.
31.07.2001: Carola wrote: I hope to meet you next to thank you in person, Bernd: Without the inspiration I got at your Mc-Meeting for World Travellers I would never got the idea to travel through Africa and around the world. For this I want to take you in my arms again.
2001-2007: Several trips in Europe
01.12.2007- 04.06.2011 Carola rode 4.5 years solo through both Americas, middle east and Australia.
2011-2017:Several trips with Jürgen to Marocco, Namibia and through Europe (Romania, Poand, Italy, France, Switzerland, Portugal)
07.11.2017 - 15.01.2018: Southamerica with Jürgen, Andreas, Carsten und Pascal (Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru)

Organization:
05.08,2019: 1st request
09.08.2019: 1st summary



< 1919.
Ewen Levick. https://www.ewenlevick.com/
Publication: Buch. ISBN: 9780646805207. Overland From Australia to Switzerland. Blurb. 2019.1st edition. TR = RB. English. Australia. Asia. Europe. Australia. Indonesia. Burma. Laos. China. Motorcycle. 262. Softcover. 12,7 x 20,3. Internet. PG. BT.
10.07.2020 First request for summary




Summaries in progess:

http://www.berndtesch.de/English/Continents/Australia/Australia.html
Graham Holden (British, Born 1961)
http://web.mac.com/grahamholden/Site/Welcome.html
grahamholden@mac.com
15.08.2010 second request for update please
09.01.2015 Third and last request: Please send a summary like all others on the worldwide largest website for motorcycles-travellers about your tour. The website does not work anymore. Please answer in any way.. Bernd Tesch

ca. 1975 - ??
John Sargent (born ??, born in GB, Australian )
John rode solo ?? overland from GB to Australia with a Honda...
>> I (Linda) have written to him to ask if he has Trevors address. John also did an England to Oz trip on a Honda in the mid 1970s so perhaps he will give you info on his trip.
Purpose of my travel: ??
Route: Please write your route like this example:
Melbourne - Cape Otaway (Great Ocean Road) - Halls Gap (Grampians) - Mildura (Murray River) - Tanunda (Barossa and Clare Valley) - Wilpena (Flinders Ranges) - Coward Springs (Oodnadatta Track)  - Coober Pedy (Opal City) - Kulgera - Yulara via Mulga Park Road :-) (Uluru/ Kata Tjuta) - Kings Creek (Kings Canyon) - Alice Springs (MacDonnell Ranges) - Devils Marbles - Daly Waters - Katherine (Katherine Gorge, Edith Falls) - Lichtfield National Park - Darwin. 
Personal Highlights: ??
Highlights in Australia: ??
The worst: ??
Useful tips for others: ??
18.09.2003 1st information by Linda Bick.
18.09.2003 1st request to John by Bernd Tesch
30.11.2003 2nd request to John
18..11.2012 3rd and last request to John by email


??.??.1967(68 or 69) -
Trevor Green (Australia, Adelaide, born ??)
Around-The-World including Australia - Great Britain. Green rode RTW with with an Australian girl called Jan as pillion on a BMW R60 about 1965 - 1967....
Route: They took the usual route through Turkey and over the Kyber pass and then went through Malasia and India. Boat from Madras to Penang and then Singapore to Oz I think..
26th.03.2003 2nd information by Linda Bick again after her visit in Zweifall 1998
26th.03.2003 2nd request to Linda Bick
Green, Trevor
Went around the world on a BMW in the late ca. 1965. Linda Botherstone met him in Russia (going to a Film-Rallye in Moscow 1967). John Sergeant will have his adress. Green is about 56 years.
++ Infos hand address of Trevor Green has John Sargeant (or Sergeantt, about 50). Braodview 5083 (near Adelaide)
29.07.98 Both adresses from Linda Bootherstrone.
17.09.2003 3rd request to Linda.
17.09.2003 Second request to David McGonical in Sydney
30.11.2003 Third request to David McGonical in Sydney
12.2004 We tried to visit Trevor in Adelaide but he had to work,
01.2005 A personal letter to his address from Melbourne.


??.??2000 - ??.??.20??
Volker Rebske (German, born ??)
Australia. The engineer Volker has been an exchange student in Australia for one year. There he rode 20.000 kms with a ??. He made another mc-tour of 6000 km with a ???
05.08.2003 1st information by Volker.
05.08.2003 Asked for update.
10.11.2005 2nd request for update
18.11.2012 3rd and last request to Volker by email


Ralph Dixonand Fionnuala Livingston (Australia)
- Australia - England. Ralph and Fionuala plan to travel from Sydney to London with two (?) BMW 650.
08.07.02 1st request for update
10.11.2004 2nd request for update
10.11.2005 email unknown
http://www.trishmsresearch.org.au/we_ride_4_ms.htm
We Ride 4 MS Charity Motor Cycle Ride
Trish MS Research Foundation PO Box 28, 12 Philip Mall, WEST PYMBLE  NSW 2073 Ph  + 61 2 9403 3320 Fax  + 61 2 9403 3320 Mobile  0410 410 491 Email: info@trishmsresearch.org.au
10.11.2005 2nd request to info@trishmsresearch.org.au



Chris Bassett & Ina Werner. 36 Fusilier St. Hoon Hay. Christchurch 8025. New Zealand
Home +64-3-335 0801. Mobile +64-2-108 269 411.
Mit der Vorwahl 01037  kostet ein Anruf bei uns nur 1,2 Cent/Minute.


Chris Bassett (*1965 in Christchurch/Neuseeland) hat in seiner Heimat, in Australien, England und Deutschland gelebt und gearbeitet. Seit 1992 wohnt er in Stuttgart und hat dort neben der Firma Bassett Verzahnungstechnik auch Kolben & Zylinder - International beers and bikes gegründet, wo er mit seinem Geschäftspartner vor allem Oldtimer wieder fit gemacht hat – u.a. mit selbstproduzierten Teilen.

Seit seinem 16. Lebensjahr lebt Chris für Motorräder und hat im Motorcross bereits viele Preise gewonnen und erfolgreich an der Marokko Raid Rallye 2001 teilgenommen. Längere Touren hat er in Australien und Europa und auch auf der Straße gefahren. Neben dem Motorradfahren ist Chris begeisterter Hiker – neben seinem Heimatland als Venturer der neuseeländischen Scouts hat er auch die Schweiz zu Fuss durchquert.chris(a)thataway.de Skype: kiwichrisbassett
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Ina Werner (*1973 in Eutin/Schleswig-Holstein) hat in Kiel, Limerick und Berlin Politikwissenschaften studiert. Seit ihrem 11. Lebensjahr beim Bund der Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder e.V. war sie in Deutschland, Skandinavien, Kroatien, Polen, Chile und Kasachstan auf Fahrt. Nach jahrelanger freier Mitarbeit bei verschiedenen Regionalzeitungen arbeitete Ina als Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsreferentin beim Landesjugendring Hamburg und baute das Ostseesekretariat für Jugendangelegenheiten in Kiel auf.

Nach zwei Jahren als Boschlektorin in Minsk/Belarus an der Europäischen Humanistischen Universität, leitete Ina das Lektorenprogramm der Robert Bosch Stiftung und war im Anschluss Referentin für Personalentwicklung bei der DKMS Deutsche Knochenmarkspenderdatei gemeinnützige GmbH. Gewandert ist sie mit Freunden bereits durch Irland, am Baikalsee, in Kirgistan und Georgien. Aserbaidschan und Tadschikistan kennt sie von ihren Wahlbeobachtungseinsätzen für die OSZE.

ina(a)thataway.de

Fax: +49-3212-1370031

Skype: lektorenprogramm_werner

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Cilia Tournier – Webmasterin   mail
Benny Spatz – Reisemanagement für Besucher   mail
Anna Ventouri - Versicherungsagentin mail
Martin Edelmann - Architektur, Speditionsfragen und Trockenheit  im Container mail
Mum & Dad - New Zealand Welcoming Comittee    mail


Documentation:
1970 Start of search of Australia-Motorcycle-Travellers.
1992-1994 More intensive search because of my book "Motorrad Abenteuer" in work by phone, fax and personal visits.
1995 - 1997 First tries to find and contact Australia-Motorcycle-Travellers by email.
02.1998 Start of my website. Not knowing what will come out of it in future. A part of this information you found already under > http://www.berndtesch.de > German or Engl. version > News
28.05.2000: Start of this collection first time in internet under > http://www.berndtesch.de > German or Engl. version > continents > Australia by motorcycle.
01.08.2001 Visitor 50.000
29.10.2001: 62 KBytes
13.01.2003: 95 KB
24.03.2004 122 KB. Ca. visitor 94.000
28.03.2005 159 KB. Ca. visitor 109.00
01.04.2011 523 KB. Next overwork
18.11.2012 Next overwork with frames.
2013 Overworked with frames and some new infos.
2015-2016 Overworked with frames and some new infos. 2016-0630 Overworked in old form




 



 


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