Titus Drummond con Royal Berkshire to Dakar (and back) by Super Ténéré: 9,000 miles in 41 days (France, Spain, Morocco, Mauritania, Western Sahara, Senegal – and back)
In 2018 Titus Drummond, aged 60, arranged to meet his wife in Morocco. For some strange reason, she preferred the idea of flying there to sitting on the back of his Yamaha. But then things went Pete Tong. So Titus Drummond rode to Dakar and back instead. He found fossils in Erfoud and watched sand dunes crossing his path, he cruised beside the longest train in the world, paid his respects to Thierry Sabine and Yves Saint-Laurent and had an argument with the Spanish Foreign Legion. During his 9,000 miles and 41 days he had numerous other adventures and he only fell off once - that he can remember.