Motorcycle Trip to Mongolia Yamaha XT 660 Z – Germany and Poland – Part 1

Motorcycle Trip to Mongolia Yamaha XT 660 Z – Germany and Poland – Part 1

I am sorry, it’s 27th July… 28th July

100 thoughts on “Motorcycle Trip to Mongolia Yamaha XT 660 Z – Germany and Poland – Part 1

  1. Hey
    if you decide onece to make a ride to the Southwest of Europe and if you come to Portugal you are invited for a break ner the Algarve

  2. I've just started watching this series and am interested in your route. Can you put links to your route up please, here or your website. Thank you.

  3. Well. I am originally from Poland and i tell you, we have today better highways than in Germany here. In Germany the politics not only failed with immigration , they failed to invest in streets and education in a massive was. Poland is really worth a visit, like each other Country has its sweet spots

  4. Hey pavlin, just started watching this series, looks great. Glad the bike problem was just 5 minutes in, that was lucky. What Yamaha are you riding, sounds like a single pot thumper. Nice.

  5. I would love to fire the bike and join you, but I will be with you in heart and youtube. Go with God and I wish you a safe trip(:> Davis motorcycle adventures

  6. Absolutely amazing video, I'm watching your vids to get back to travelling the world again, preferably on a motorbike of course.
    Good luck and thank you again for your incredibly videos.

  7. He pushed the bike all the way out just to not disturb occupants of the hotel. We, noisy Indians, should learn few things from it. We, in India, have people who change their silencer to make it extra loud. And bad thing is that they consider it cool.

  8. Is this what you do for a living? may seem like a stupid question with how long your trips are yet I am asking. Next question, why such a low horsepower bike?

  9. Once again, great work, Pavlin! Is lane splitting legal in Europe? I am living in Germany and I thought that it was not legal. Or do the drivers just understand and tolerate it?

  10. love your channel so much.
    one question, can 150cc motorcycle travel the world?? i have honda cb150r. is it good enough?
    my biggest dream is to travel the world on motorcycle with my wife. i still don't have a wife, money and a proper motorcycle though. i hope it will happen soon.

  11. I love how you did not wake anyone up in the hotel the next morning. You won't get to see them again, they won't see you again, but you still were considerate.

  12. Hallo Motorradfreunde
    Ich war letztes Jahr in Polen und bin dort mit meiner Frau (Selbstfahrerin ) 2000 Kilometer gefahren . Tolle Ostseeküste und Super Natur in den Masuren.
    Meine längste Tour war von Hamburg nach Spanien.
    Grüße aus Hamburg

  13. Really really nice video! I love the raw audio, this way you experience more of the trip itself. keep on going and ride safe !!

  14. you don't drink much alcohol when you travel. I find it hard not to sit and have a few beers at the end of the day. But this actually makes you more tired in the long run.

  15. This is one of the best series on the internet when comes to riding through Mongolia and Russia. I actually went to google earth after watching all 26 parts in a single day and tried to comprehend the immense distance you guys covered together. I guess it will take a lot of words to describe my experience, so be it.

    I have been traveling in the Himalayas for some time now and crossing them and heading into Tibet/ Mongolia would be the next step for me. The way you have shared your experience and made the effort to provide this footage is priceless. I never knew that I will be able to get a first hand experience of such far away places just once click away on YouTube. Also, the choice of not adding any music adds to the taste of this series and brings the viewers closer to the true nature of the experience you had.

    Dima seems like a guy who tries focusing more on riding rather than capturing it on the camera and you even mentioned that yourself while in Mongolia. That reminded me of one trip I had in which the guy I was travelling with had totally different ideas and I ended up having a fight and which sent us on different ways in middle of nowhere. Watching you to work together has been a learning and rewarding experience for me. That being said, it was a sad moment during the end of the trip watching you two going separate ways.

    I never knew Russia is such a beautiful country especially the Altai Mountains. I think that this has opened new ideas in my head about cross country travel.

    I own a 400CC Indian made dual sport motorcycle called the Royal-Enfield Himalayan (Cliched!). One can buy 12 Himalayans for one 1200GS in my country. When I saw the Tenere on your channel (This was the first time I was looking at this machine) I became and instant fan. Look at it this way: In my country when I go around the mountains people as me "how much CC is your bike?" I say 400 and they are like they have seen a really big motorcycle as we generally have max 200 cc bikes here. Watching you say that 650 is a small bike, I laughed my lungs out. I tell you sir (as you already know it yourself) You have the perfect bike and IF I ever had a chance yo get one I will not step back.

    I wish to host you once you are here in India and show your around my country. It will be a great pleasure and to be a part of your blog will be a greater pleasure. Its a big world but what unites us is the passion for motorcycle and to travel and as you said yourself "The world will be a much better place if we help, instead of hate each other!".

    Much support from New Delhi
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  16. How lucky. You do so many mile all over the world and yet you break down 5 mins from home. Someone is looking over you.

  17. WoW what a polite man 23:44…all what i want to say is (in my opinion as a polish) you CANT expect such behavior from pole…sad thing, wish i will make my own trip and behive the same, good luck!

  18. Hi, I'm your new FAN. I've for a question? I live in the USA and they don't sell the Yamaha 660 here. What do you think about Kawasaki 650 KLR? It's carbureted and it's cheap, it's just around $6700 a brand new. Very similar to your Yamaha I think.

  19. What a shame that You didn't checked the Warsaw. There are many nice places around to visit. Good video and nice commentary. Keep it up 🙂

  20. i had similar problem with main fuse on my old Tenere 95'. Finally i found that one of the wires inside ignition lock touching aluminium lock housing causing short cirquit

  21. I enjoy watching your videos. Very interesting. Your bikes have text rental on your Steering Bar. Is your bike rental?

  22. Hello. Thank you for all your great videos. I want to ask something. I'm riding a 300 cc bike for a year now. Because the bike doesnt look cheap all big bikers greeting me with peace sign. I want actually greet in the same way but I dont want to let the handle bar I guess because I'm still beginner. So I greet with my head, back to them even they make peace sign. Do you think they consider me as un-polite or is that ok?

  23. I like your videos à lot and your English it’s very good,instead your accent !
    I’m from Romania, we are neighbors!
    I have un accent too in English of course 👍

  24. We don't have lane splitting here. Do you find that alot of cars don't like you to be able to do that? find drivers leaning into you or giving way?

  25. First payments its 37 polish złoty its + – 6,50 € not 10 € , and because you pay in 10 Euro you have 40 polish złoty back .
    Allso next time watch out and watch to speed limit 😉 60 km/h you drive 89 km/h . If POLICE stop you and you not living in Poland You have to pay speed ticket the right thing .

  26. Thank you for all your info i will be in Poland in 2 weeks and have ridden motorcycle's all across USA dirt and street i will try it there … Thanks again

  27. What you think about the bike is it good enough for such a big ride ? I think its rly hard to find a proper bike for long rides with no issues or electric problems..

  28. Hi Pavlin! … In Colombia motorcycles do not have to pay for the use of the roads, only cars, buses and trucks pay

  29. This is such a nice trip to watch. Planning my own trip to from Austria to Romania in the next weeks. Thanks for all your videos!

  30. Yeah I was in BAOR when the wall come down. The big difference is you now got a motorway. When I went from Osnabruck to Franfurst an der order The motorway was broken concrete slabs. The rest areas were muddy laybys/ Come on you old enough so tell the truth,

  31. i prefer like this kind of video, no music is better.. u can explain and telling us with you see and what you experience along the way, in term of bike or weather or the view or the history behind the place, just like the one you did on Berlin city tour. By the way, thank you so much for sharing your experience and it is a wonderful video

  32. I’m in the USA and would love to come to Germany and bring my bike what do I have to do to make that possible? Thanks

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