the rider that always wants to reach further
Riding motorcycles has been my long-life passion. Been riding them since I was a kid. My memories bring me back to the time I used to see my second father, “Babbo”, ride out in the early morning in his Honda Pan-European to what was set to be one of my dream motorcycle rides. Connecting Europe’s easternmost point to Northkapp.
Back in the day, the was no fancy luggage sets and gear. Everything was loaded on top of the bike and fixed with elastic cords and plain old rope. He was my hero, and I followed in his footsteps and have been making my own rides ever since.
Now, the time has come to share them with you, and invite you to ride along.
the one that lives to enjoy the ride
I’ve been connected to the automotive world for most part of my life. Having had my garage, I spent long hours working both on cars and motorcycles. Now the time has come to shift to new gear, and embrace a whole different project that connects me to my friends, and to yourself. Motorcycles are basically the way I live.
They connect me to the world and are a part of everything I do. To me, what really matters is the ride itself, and not so much the destination. Time is of the utmost importance. How you choose to use yours makes a real difference for yourself and others that you meet on the road. Let’s do it together.
the comeback for a revised career mode
I stopped riding motorcycles a long time ago. Too long to be precise about the actual time that passed. Having lost some of my friends on the road, I didn’t quite have it in me to deal with it and took the easy route out. But as they say, “old passions die hard”, and I could not be away for that long.
Now I’m taking the role of publisher at 2WheelsOnRoad, reuniting with my long-life friends, and the cherry on top: back into motorcycle riding mode, but now with a few more pounds of riding enjoyment and maturity. It’s all there, and only sharing it with you can make it even better.
turn your journey into the ride of your life
It’s not just about the destination. It’s about the ride. The experience. What you start with, and what you have once you cross the finish line.