(EPISODE 6 OF 10  ::  26 MIN 28 SEC)

Leaving Susa (Italy), we get confused…but not lost…in a small village called Giaglione (Italy) and eventually cross the Alps via “The Road of Stones” to Col du Mont Cenis (France). Northeast of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc (France) was the best ride I have ever had running through the “twisties”. It was a short-cut that turned out to be a great ride of “follow the leader” across the Swiss border. The day ends with our arrival into Martigny (Switzerland).

Video Introduction: We are friends. We are both captains by trade; I operate private jets, and Robert runs yachts. It was time for us both to take a little break; a little time to unwind. Motorcycles aren't just for street, or the dirt. But riding and exploring. Riding is how you get lost. Exploring is the desire to get lost. We took turns leading through the Western European Alps with no particular plan, but to get lost in the moment. It takes a few things to turn a ride into an adventure. Like losing yourself on a map, but finding out where you are. This is just what we needed. We would meet in Nice, France; I would fly from Fort Lauderdale, and Robert would fly from Istanbul. The first 2 days in Nice would be for jet-lag recovery and preparation. Then we would have 7 days for riding. In the end, we explored the back-roads of: France, Monaco, Italy, and Switzerland.

Notes: For reference, I'm wearing the silver helmet, & Robert has the black helmet. Try to watch these videos in sequence as this provides a logical progression of the trip. This is a video done for fun & it is free for your personal use.

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