Latest Posts

Here are the latest posts on Mad or Nomad. You’ll find every article, guide, feature, blog and story on the website listed in chronological order here. 

June 9, 2022
“When they were first becoming a thing I couldn’t help calculating the number of fuel miles I could ride for the cost of a GPS. I struggled with that. I could probably have ridden the length of Africa and back up. And anyway, maps are fantastic! Add a compass and…”
May 11, 2022
“Whenever I meet interesting people on my travels, I like to sit down, make us a cup of coffee and get to know them. Just like having a motorcycle there when you meet fellow bikers, having coffee there is a great ice breaker, and it allows us to…”
May 3, 2022
A 30,000-mile review of the BMW R80 G/S by Crendon and Emma-Jane.
May 3, 2022
“I’m in a very lucky position. I’ve managed to buy two brand new bikes in my lifetime and I currently have four bikes in my shed. Getting to ride many different bikes, old and new, has shown me a few things. Modern bikes are the safest bikes have ever been…”
April 21, 2022
The latest adventure bikes and updated models so you can see what’s new on the market today.
April 21, 2022
The Best light, middle and heavyweight adventure bikes on the market today, our favourites and golden oldies.
April 19, 2022
“Small: of little importance/ a size that is less than normal. Society has bashed these words into us since childhood – that small is not worthy. Well, the world is changing and, with it, so are small bike adventures. Just look at the new bikes coming out. Big motorcycle…”
April 8, 2022
“If you don’t go far enough, how would you find your limit? I’d like to find my limit.” ~ Hubert Kriegel. If you don’t know him, you should! Gifted were those few moments when I got to meet Hubert and we stayed in touch over emails and exchanged stories and…”
April 5, 2022
Welcome to the Motorcycle Travel Guide for Namibia. Here’s everything you need to know about adventure bike riding in Namibia.
March 31, 2022
“Since the beginning, man has travelled in groups to survive and overcome obstacles and threats, but now most of us try to get out and go solo, why is that? Perhaps, it’s the strong DNA within us from ancient times when boys embarked on solo journeys…”