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Tony's Travels: West Africa 2011-12 - Honda Transalp 650

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Compilation of video clips and picture taken during my trip through West Africa in 2011-12. More details: www.tgon.co.uk/world/africa/ Picture Gallery: https://plus.google.com/photos/111141282939846268896/albums/5788891676240504657 Website: www.Tgon.co.uk
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Kino (1 year ago)
Can you recommend modified transalp over a v-strom 650, the v-strom looks better on paper but I think i like the transalp more. I dont even know why :)
1lwhearty (1 year ago)
Too dangerous to do this route now , We were in Morocco in Dec 2016 and was told that Mauritania was a hot bed for ISIS , Such a shame it has come to this because we would of loved to do this route.
david powell (1 year ago)
fantastic, well done kid
felix daniel Cardozo (2 years ago)
Fantastic Video, cool Trip
Fernando Florentino (3 years ago)
Fantastic trip. Congrat
Tony's Travels (3 years ago)
+Fernando Florentino Thanks man!
Motorbike Adventures (3 years ago)
Fantastic Video, cool Trip! If you like check out my trip in 2014 thru the wild Albania (Europe). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3QANXHbuGY Hope you enjoy it:-)
Riaan Le Roux (4 years ago)
great video! EPIC. I have the same Transalp. Please tell me about the tools, spares you took with you or would otherwise next time. Thanks
Tony's Travels (4 years ago)
Hey Riaan, I took screwdrivers, a socket set, a selection of spanners (just ones that fit the bike).  I took a spare tube for the front wheel but no other spares.  I was lucky that I didn't have any issues with my bike but I met other people (on other model bikes) who burnt out clutches in the sand, wore down their tyres and got punctured.
kevsterino (4 years ago)
Hi Tony,  great vids. What luggage you using? I'm looking into getting a set of panniers. How do you find yours? Are the aluminium one just for show? Cheers
Tony Gahegan (4 years ago)
Hey, I got my panniers with the bike, second hand.  They were Givi keyless.  The Aluminium ones are strong and easier to repair.  The Givi were pretty tough, but ones the plastic gets bent out of shape there isn't a lot you can do about it.

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