You may remember that we brought you the video diaries of Rhys Lawrey’s record-breaking round the world adventure with Triumph as the attempt was happening.


Well, you can now re-live and re-watch the amazing journey on YouTube, where the young motorcycle traveler is releasing a videos covering different stages of his trip every Tuesday.

Rhys left the Ace Cafe in London on the 2nd May 2014 aged just 22 riding his Triumph Tiger 800XC, called Tigger.


Over the following 15 months he rode 56,854 miles through 71 countries, becoming the youngest person to circumnavigate the world by motorcycle. Not content with one world record, he also set a new Guinness World Record for the ‘Most Consecutive Capital Cities Visited by Motorcycle’.

He finished at the Houses of Parliament in London on the 17th July 2015, aged 24.

From the very beginning to the very end, Rhys takes viewers through the ups and downs that he experienced in six different continents and reveals how he broke world records, and traveled at such a young age to inspire riders of tomorrow.


In Episode 1 – “The Very Beginning” – he explains how the idea came about, way before the Triumph Tiger was prepped or his bags were packed, how he got sponsors and funded the trip, the planning process and applying to set new records.

New episodes are released every Tuesday and can be found at:

Tony Carter

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