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  • sinny
    sinny
    1 month



  • paulybronco
    paulybronco
    1 month
    Looks cool other than like their previous adventures they have a fleet of rescue and support crew
  • sinny
    sinny
    1 month
    definitely an interesting marketing manoeuvre from Harley.
  • beaglebasher
    beaglebasher
    1 month
    Yep  a holiday would be  nice.
  • bloodog
    bloodog
    1 month
    Great show 
  • leachy
    leachy
    1 month
    Ill be keen to watch it.
  • Ratbob
    Ratbob
    1 month
    Yeah should be good, a guy who works in Adelaide HH did that ride but solo and I think he included Alaska. Gotta be keen. 
  • bloodog
    bloodog
    1 month
    Was it Peter Nedofer 
  • Ratbob
    Ratbob
    1 month
    Quoting bloodog on 04 Sep 2020 12:33 AM

    Was it Peter Nedofer 

    No, I’ll pm you, cheers.
  • Krash Kinkade
    Krash Kinkade
    1 month
    A while back, a friend did a group trip , leaving Alaska northern Hem summer & they road down to bottom of South America, arriving summer in southern Hem. they just road bikes the tour company provided.
  • Carmo
    Carmo
    1 month
    Looks very interesting, I'm keen as to watch it.
  • Big Steve
    Big Steve
    29 days ago
    Ive enjoyed the first four episodes.
    The charging issues with mains power and cold weather were very interesting. Then they just kind of “went away”.

    Keen eyes will spot large diesel generators in some aero shots.

    I’m guessing when they encountered issues so early on they had generators placed at key locations.

    Still a good watch, the use of drone footage really captures the landscapes.
  • Baloffski
    Baloffski
    28 days ago
    Is clearly a 'Long way Up', with a fucken long electrical extension cord.... 
    Stick to petrol containers.  But contrary the thoughts are there.
  • liberator
    liberator
    24 days ago
    I'm enjoying the show, Electric bikes are the way of the future, and HD are leaders in this tech,  I like that the bikes are showing their limitations, I dont care that they have a diesel generator in the convoy, it's a last resort, so far a lot of the footage is showing the country and their people, great stuff, 
    Charlie looks a lot worse for wear compared to Ewan, 
    For me $50k is out of reach, I'll sit on the fence until the pricing becomes affordable, 
  • steelo
    steelo
    24 days ago
    Quoting liberator on 03 Oct 2020 07:08 AM

    I'm enjoying the show, Electric bikes are the way of the future, and HD are leaders in this tech,  I like that the bikes are showing their limitations, I dont care that they have a diesel generator in the convoy, it's a last resort, so far a lot of the footage is showing the country and their people, great stuff, 

    Charlie looks a lot worse for wear compared to Ewan, 
    For me $50k is out of reach, I'll sit on the fence until the pricing becomes affordable, 

    I think em is paying his ex 50k a month. Bikes are cheap. 
  • JFE
    JFE
    20 days ago
    I’ve seen the first few episodes- gamble for HD and Rivian to give vehicles to these whinging sods. Even more interesting that they need a diesel generator following them! 

    But saying that, we are seeing some honest good and not so good real life issues with electric bikes ... I’d say they (the vehicles development) will be better for the experience. I’d lean on the side of HD’s gamble paying off so far ... though a long way to go yet. I rather dig the looks of the Rivian.

    And yes from what I understand EV batteries don’t like the cold and it negatively impacts their performance. Bit like beer...
  • liberator
    liberator
    14 days ago
    Great show I'm loving it, a couple of thing regarding the cold, yes batteries don't like cold, and another thing is have you noticed that when it's really cold the guys in the Rivians are rugged up like Eskimos, seems that Electric Vehicles don't have heaters as we know it, they have Electric Heaters that sap valuable energy from the Batteries, if you want to go long distance you can't use your Heater,