Trifling Matters
Captain Custard

The Meaning of Life

Chris Evans knows a thing or two about off-road motorcycling. Not that Chris Evans. As well as being the UK agent for the Dakar Rally and team manager of Cyril

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hell crater
Wrong Way Round Iceland
Captain Custard

To Hell and back

Who knew planning a trip to Hell and back would be like a trip to Hell and back? It all started at the 2017 Pub General Meeting. To get our

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Wrong Way Round Sahara
Captain Custard

Wrong Way Round Sahara Part 7

Part 7 – It’s definitely left. Or right A wrong turn is rarely more than an inconvenience. In the Sahara it’s the difference between reaching your destination or running out

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Wrong Way Round Sahara
Captain Custard

Wrong Way Round Sahara Part 5

Part 5 – It’s scorching. Let’s do coffee After dinner Greg quietly rolled up his trousers. Upon seeing his purple leg we had a fleeting moment of sympathy before ignoring

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F**ckwits
Wrong Way Round Sahara
Captain Custard

Wrong Way Round Sahara Part 1

Part 1 – Stunt Double The world’s greatest adventurers have a lot in common. Meticulous preparation, determination, and careful use of available resources. This is why we are not the

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Wrong Way Round Europe
Captain Custard

Man with big hat says “No”

All great adventures have their highs and lows. Moments of jubilation and moments of utter despair. It may not seem like it at the time, but the breakdowns, arguments, border

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Wrong Way Round Europe
Captain Custard

In search of Suzi Perry

Even though we’d had eight months preparation for the trip, Oz still felt the need to send a strongly worded email to the rest of the crew the night before

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Wrong Way Round Europe
Captain Custard

Sponsors and Showbiz

It was very kind of the NEC to time the Motorcycle Show to coincide with the launch of the Wrong Way Round. Our aim was to generate some publicity, get

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Wrong Way Round Europe
Captain Custard

C90 Vs T80 – The Verdict

After weeks of frantic searching I finally got my hands on that most elusive of beasts, the Yamaha T80. By the time I collected it and got back home it

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Beware the “bum gun”

Everyone dreads the infamous “Delhi belly”. Despite being over 2,500 kms away, Delhi still seemed to be exercising its influence. As we headed inland the heat and humidity climbed substantially such

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Missed the bus. Phew.

In the darkness of the interior you could just make out the fidgeting silhouettes. It was 4am, and we were nine hours into a sixteen hour coach journey. Everybody was

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