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PostSubject: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:19 am

Introduction.

On 18th October I will be setting off to Portsmouth on a little Honda C90.  There I will board the ferry for Santander. 
 
With a small group of motorcyclists I will ride south through Spain to Algerciras, where I cross on another ferry to Morocco. From there I travel through Morocco, the Western Sahara, Mauritania, Senegal and into the Gambia. In The Gambia I will ride inland to Bansang.
 
The little bike will then be donated to the Bansang Hospital. It will be used by medical staff to treat patients in outlying areas which are often more than a days walk away.






In the Western World this little motorcycle is usually thought of as a Pizza delivery vehicle but in The Gambia this machine could be the difference between life and death.
The 4000 miles will not be all on good tarmac roads - much of the trip is on rocky tracks and soft sand.
With only two "rest" days : 4000 miles in three weeks means an average of over 200 miles per day. All this on a motorcycle with a cruising speed of around 40mph!
The majority of nights will be camping - maybe on a camp site - but mostly 'wild' camping
Evening meals are my responsibility - planning something tasty from cans and dried food has been somewhat of a challenge! I only hope I can succeed. 

I am paying for the trip myself, however, I am raising funds to cover the cost of the motorcycle.
Any monies raised in excess of this will be donated direct to the hospital appeal.
Each year Scooters in the Sahara have an "aim" in addition to providing the motorcycles.
This year the "aim" is to buy a tractor to farm a large area of land that has been given to the hospital. 
There is a lot more information at the following websites:-

Bansanghospitalappeal.org                             scootersinthesahara.co.uk

There are several ways that you can help me to make a difference -
You can make a donation to me direct – in person (cash or cheque), a cheque in the post or a bank transfer.
You can also donate direct to the hospital using my Virgin Giving page:-

For any other information you can contact me by e-mail andyhumbug@hotmail.com
Your support will improve the lives of many people in The Gambia and will be greatly appreciated.
Please feel free to pass this information on to friends who you think may be interested in helping. 
I will be trying to keep you all updated with the trip's progress and so Paula will be writing a report as she gets news from me.


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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:32 am

Wed Oct 9th

There's only 9 days to go now before we all set off.  We've had our last meeting as a team and the next time we will all meet up will be at Portsmouth Ferry Terminal a week on Friday.  Here is the latest group photo.  The members from left to right are Andrew, Chris, Myself, Joe, Jon (in truck), Steve, Dennis and Jill.  The one member missing from the photo is Peter.




Am I nervous?  You bet but I can't wait to go at the same time.

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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:01 am

Food.


The last few days have been spent shopping for the food and consumables to cover the whole trip.  As I was 'nominated' to be chef it was left for me to plan a series of tasty dishes.  It's very hard when all you can take is tinned vegetables and dried food such as pasta, noodles and rice. Jill, our nurse on the trip is a vegetarian but the dishes I have planned are exactly that because of the difficulty in obtaining and keeping fresh meat en route.

So, Paula and I set off to Aldi, Lidl, Asda and Sainsbury yesterday and came home with this little lot!










Paula beavered away this morning and eventually packed most of the supplies into separate boxes, all labelled and containing the necessary ingredients for the dishes I will be preparing.  What a star!






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PostSubject: Re:The Food   Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:53 am

Well done Andy and Paula you are doing a fab job and looks like you are ready to go . I really hope it all goes well for your team Andy , pictures are really good . Can't wait for you to get back and tell us all about the trip .

Tomorrow at Wrinkies I have got some money to help out alittle for your trip , also my boss (Creech Motor Company) gave me £25 to give to you , hope it all helps , see you soon , Eric .
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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:55 am

Wishing you the best of luck on your epic journey I be thinking anbout you
all the way, By the way the editor of the OVERLAND magazine has been on to me ref The hard way round rquesting details I have mentioned your trip so I hope he will be interested in getting in touch for a feature of you epic trip .

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PostSubject: C90 adventure   Mon Oct 14, 2013 5:47 am

well done Andy and Paula fantastic adventure and a very worthwhile cause good luck. Cocktail
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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Wed Oct 16, 2013 1:57 am

It looks like you are taking a good supply of wine!Cheers
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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Fri Oct 18, 2013 5:27 am

Good luck on your adventure, get a good nights sleep and look after your back.
Africa awaits you and your bike in more ways than one.
Be good, sensible and above all enjoy yourself: Moped Clap

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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang   Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:36 am

Eric and Jacki would just like to wish Andy all the best for his C90 adventure , hope all goes to plan Andy take care and look after yourself . Look forward to you coming back and telling us all about it .

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PostSubject: The countdown   Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:26 am

Now that all the food is sorted out I turn to the personal packing - the pile is ever growing and it has no clothes in it yet! 



Note the bottle of Rum.  This has to be consumed by the time they reach Mauritania - it is a totally dry country where alcohol of any type is prohibited.  It will of course be a struggle to consume it all by that time........!

I have been meaning to update this daily during this final countdown but it has been so busy - I have no idea where the time has gone.

By Thursday Chubby ( the name I shall use for the little C90 from now on) is equipped with new shock absorbers, his soft tyre has been sorted out and the bags loaded - to check they do actually fit.

Photographs are duly taken.



Thursday morning bright and early - well about 8.45am!  Jon arrives in the Pajero to load the food boxes and other bits and bobs - a large bag of toothbrushes for the hospital and a bag of blood monitors given to us by our surgery for use at the hospital.  The kitchen roll and toilet rolls are rammed into a very small gap and off Jon goes to empty the truck and reload in an organised fashion (of sorts).

I am so relieved that all the food has fitted in the truck.  It has been a worry since the start that we would not have enough room. Sighs of relief all round.

Rather a sad interlude for Andy today as he is off to attend a funeral of an old friend - there is to be a motorcycle escort for the coffin from Wellington to the Cremetorium.

By about 5pm we are ready for the short trip over to Jill's to leave little Chubby there and the mirror is cracked - total mystery.  The other little Chubbie is called upon to donate one of his and once again we are in business.
Bike dropped off at Jill's and we are off to Taunton for a very scrummy Indian meal.  Suddenly felt very very tired......

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PostSubject: The day of departure arrives   Sat Oct 19, 2013 9:35 am

Woke up feeling slight trepedation of what lies ahead - the journey of a lfetime for Andy, and for both of us - the very new experience of being separated from eachother - in 16 years we have never spent time apart.
 
Good bacon, egg  and sausage sandwhiches to start a long day and then the checking of the final bits and bobs.  Did I pack spare needles?  Where did I put the emergency insulin?  Will Andy know where everything is as I have packed it all - I did suggest he may wish to pack it himself so he would know the location of everything but that idea fell on deaf ears!  :?: 
 
Sylvia and Colin called in for a quick cuppa - thank you folks - good to see you.

Time to go over to Jill's - it seems a tad fraudulant trailering the bikes - however, when the rain started it did seem like a good idea thumbs 

Bikes loaded - Jill and Andy eager to go - not sure they have told their faces though!    bom 






Lets hope the M27 is not congested.

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PostSubject: At the Port and on the Boat   Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:30 am

Well the trip is finally underway - I returned home to do some tidying, washing and attack my very neglected pile of paperwork and back log of e-mails.  No such thing.

I had a call to say that - yes - they had arrived safely in Portsmouth but Chubby's mirror had vanished somewhere between Wedmore and Portsmouth Ferry Terminal.  Not just the mirror itself that Andy had replaced yesterday but the entire arm.  Bit of a mystery as it was on very securely due to the replacement being fitted less than 24 hours before.

I used our wonderful friend Google to find a Motorcycle Dealer nearby and sent Andy on his way.  The very nice man at the shop supplied and fitted a replacement mirror at no cost.  I have given him 5 star comments on "Yell" and intend to mail him a personal thank you.  He is http://www.rdowneymotorcycles.co.uk/#

A more serious mishap was to befall another member of the team - Peter - he had ridden his little 90 all the way from Scotland over two days - it arrived at the Port and immediately siezed solid.  Clearly it was not keen on Ferries - perhaps it has suffered from sea sickness in the past?

What is even more irksome is that the very nice man at the garage had a C90 engine about his person and was prepared to install it for £50 plus the poorly engine.  A bargain I would have thought - in fact his lads were on the case immediately and started to release the good engine from it's broken frame in readiness for the arrival of a poorly engine in a good frame. Alas, it was decreed that this would take too long and was therefore not done.  I think it is such a shame as it ws only 3.30 and the sailing was not until 5pm.  I think opinions in the group were divided on this one.

In the end, Jill's husband - Charles - brought the poorly bike home on his trailer and Peter boarded the Ferry as a foot pasenger, he will continue the journey in the truck with Jon.  Although I am sure that he will ride the other's bikes some of the time while they take a turn in the truck.

I have proof that they finally got on the ferry (well at least Andy). A friend of ours was at the port in the "Round Tower"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Round_Tower_(Portsmouth) and took some photographs.  Andy is actually waving and not trying to hide his face!    Doh 







Thinking my jobs were at an end as I had sorted the mirror crisis - I was somewhat surprised to get another call later asking if I would see if our friends in Spain had any space at their CASA for tomorrow night (Saturday) and could I broker a deal.  I called Marie Cruz and Graeme and guess what they have all their rooms free this weekend.  Their place is just fantastic and we have stayed there many times as it is a good last relaxing few days before heading back to Santander. 

One of our worries throughout the organisation of this trip was the "penny pinching".  Everyone on the group had paid a significant amount of money over to Dennis (the organisor).  Whilst I can see that every penny that can be saved means more for the Hospital in The Gambia, I also think there has to be a balance with the comfort and well being of the group.  In order to save money this trip was to be nearly all camping and cooking food taken on the truck.  I was therefore rather surprised that a stay at Zalama has been sanctioned - even though Marie Cruz is giving them a very good deal and they will pay for dinner and breakfast themselves.  I am jealous now as I love Zalama and the food cooked by Marie Cruz is amazing.  http://www.casazalama.com/     Cheers 

Well I did promise myself an early night tonight - so I think I must sign off now. I am sure there will be more news tomorrow.

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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:14 pm

Currently at sea.  Had a great meal last night of Tournedos.  Good night's sleep and a cracking fry up this morning.  Spirit's are high but the crossing is a drag and we can't wait to get on the road.  

Some pics of the others arriving at the port.  It's a pity about Peter's bike but the dealer wanted to have his old engine in p/x and we really didn't have time to take one engine out and put another one back in.








We're going to look for another bike en route.  Let's keep our fingers crossed.

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PostSubject: Appreciation for so much help - thank you   Sun Oct 20, 2013 5:16 am

I thought that now - just before the start of the main journey - it was an appropriate time to say our "thank yous".
 
Andy has had so many texts, e-mails and visits from friends and family wishing him well for the journey - it is not possible to thank everyone individually.  

Also for the generous donations you have made - we are truly grateful - thank you very much to you all - you know who you are.

We hope the fundraising will continue throughout the journey and so we will let you all know how we have done at the end of the trip.

Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap Clap 


However, there are people that we do want to single out for a mention and they are :-

Rob Morton of UKgSer and Bikeit for tyres and tubes
http://www.bikeit.co.uk/

Hedley Putnam for stadium seat/pillow.
http://www.putnams.co.uk/sitting/inflatable-stadium-seat

Bob for the seat bags.
http://www.bumbags4bikers.co.uk/

Julian and Barry for providing parts and help with preparing the bike. 
http://www.bitza-bikes.co.uk/

Tony Clarke for providing oil for the trip and doing the MOT. 
http://mot-testers.co.uk/garages/view/12571

Gavin McCaffery for a lovely new helmet
http://www.ls2helmets.com/uk/

Malcolm & Penny Hayes for the personal first aid kit. 
http://www.tauntonmortgages.co.uk/

Roger Downey for the replacement mirror
http://rdowneymotorcycles.co.uk/

Marie Cruz and Graeme for their hospitality on Saturday night 
http://www.casazalama.com/

Finally, Ellie Hayes for the magic flannel!
 

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PostSubject: The Journey Starts   Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:02 am

They had a scenic journey from Santander to Casa Zalama - well the first bit was scenic but then the light started to go!

As anyone who has been the recipient of Marie Cruz's food will know that they had a lovely meal at Zalama last night - Andy has taken photos of the food apparently and all plates were virtually licked clean.  I am sure they would have all had a good nights sleep and after breakfast they set off at just about 9am for the ride to Madrid.  This is a change from previous years as you now have to get Visas for Senegal. Where can you get these Visas?  Answer - Madrid!  Not only that but you have to go in person as each individual has to be thumb printed.

Marie Cruz and Graeme have sent me a couple of photos:-




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PostSubject: Made it to Madrid   Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:54 am

A good journey to Madrid via Burgos - great roads to Burgos but then motorway as it was the most direct route.  Arrived just north of Madrid at about 5pm so able to get the tents erected and cook dinner in daylight.
When I spoke with Andy they were just heading to the bar for a beer and then an early night.  Sleep 

Off into Madrid tomorrow to (hopefully) get their VISAS!

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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang    Mon Oct 21, 2013 8:20 am

Hi Andy glad its all going okay after a few problems , glad its been sorted . Some really good pictures on here and interesting to read what you have been doing so far .

Well done Paula for keeping us in touch with the progress .

Ride safe Andy and the team, look forward to reading the reports each day.

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PostSubject: Visas for Senegal   Mon Oct 21, 2013 10:02 pm

The process was amazingly straight forward - it was one of the group that has caused the stress!
 
Having covered 53 miles of stunning mountain roads on Saturday to get to Casa Zalama and then 176 miles yesterday to be just north of Madrid - also a lovely journey - especially the bit to Burgos.  Fed and watered and an "as well as can be expected" night in the tents, led to an early morning start into Madrid.  A bit hairy - little bikes and a Pegero with a very heavy trailer all navigating rush hour in Madrid - not the best start to a Monday morning.

By 11.30am all the Visas are issued and they are ready for the trip heading to Algeciras.  A huge bonus as they may now be able to get over into Morrocco on Wednesday instead of Thursday - WRONG!

There is one problem - one of the group (who will remain nameless) decided to go to see a friend in Madrid last night.  He assured the others that he would be back at the camp site by 8am this morning for the trip into the city.  8am came and went - no sign of him and unable to make contact on his phone. scratch 

In the end I think they went on without him.  When I spoke with Andy they had established where he was but that he had a flat tyre and flat battery on his phone/satnav.  Of course he has no backup as spare wheels etc are in the truck.

Needless to say the group are not happy little bunnies as they are just sitting around waiting for this guy's friend to collect him and his bike and drive him to the Consulate.  He will then have to wait in line as by now the Consulate is very busy. Rolling Eyes 

I will update the story tonight when I get another call from Andy.......................

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PostSubject: They now all have Visas for Senegal   Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:43 am

I guess all is well that ends well - the lost rider did finally turn up needing not only a replacement tube but a new trye - his was apparantly almost worn out. What was Dennis saying right from the start about "Preparing your bike"??!!  I will resist the urge to climb on my soap box.......PD 

They were on the road by soon after 1pm and today they have covered 160 miles in perfect weather.  They had to use the motorway to get clear of Madrid but after Toledo they were travelling on the N401. 
 
They travelled through a 900 metre tunnel and emerged to wall to wall Olive Trees interspersed with Grape Vines - Andy's description of the scenery was "stunning".   :flower: 

They are now (as I type) setting up their tents and cooking station in a camp site just south of Cuidad Real. 

Forgot to mention the problem with the tents last night - it seems that Dennis had bought 4 new tents to replace broken ones and packed them in the truck assuming all was well.  When they came to use them for the first time they discovered one man tents instead of two man.  Too late to return them to wherever they had been purchased so they had to make do - it was a bit of a squash especially for young Chris who is very tall.  Doh 

Anyway all is well now as they found a Decathlon in Toledo and were able to buy 2 man tents.  So they should all have a better night tonight. 

Vegetable Curry on the menu tonight (last night was 5 bean chilli).  I know the meals will be good as I have been the Guinea Pig whilst Andy has been trying out all these meals made using tins and packets.  So good in fact that I have squirrelled some away in the freezer here for me while I am here being Billy No Mates!

There was Wi Fi last night but they were not allowed to have the password - maybe the campsite owner will be a bit more generous tonight - if so we will get some photographs.

They have a long day tomorrow if they are to make it to Alcadesa ready to cross from Algeciras on Wednesday.  So fingers crossed for a good nights sleep followed by an uneventful day.

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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:41 pm

Paula this makes very interesting reading thank you. I know you not not be able to see this Andy and the team, you are all doing a great job keep safe and enjoy. ..... bulldog.
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PostSubject: progress reports   Tue Oct 22, 2013 8:14 pm

well done andy glad things are going well after so much effort by you and paula, special thanks to paula for updates ,good luck.
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PostSubject: Arrived at Ronda (not the Welsh one)   Wed Oct 23, 2013 5:17 am

220 miles today, N420 towards Seville and Cordoba, A309 and A307 to take them just outside Ronda.  It was fairly cold when they set off this morning and they have encountered some rain today.  They travelled over a mountain range and although it was windy and very misty - it was still very beautiful.  Andy specifically mentioned a place called Montilla - paricularly picturesque and when I googled it I discovered that the pale dry light wine of Montilla gives its name to the sherry known as Amontillado.  Cheers 

I am crossing my fingers as I type this - the little cubs are going well.  Two are using a bit of oil and so need to be monitored plus two are close to needing new chains as they have been tightened just about as far as they can be, but otherwise they are all holding up well so far.  Of course the hardest part of the journey is yet to come..............  Moped 

They are staying in a Hotel tonight - so a good sleep in a warm bed I am sure will be very welcome.  There is also a retaurant next door and so the chef has a night off.

Still hoping Andy may find WiFi so he can share some photos.

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PostSubject: Re: The Road to Bansang- Andy's trip to the Gambia on a Honda C90   Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:42 am

Hello all,

I'm typing this after a great Spanish meal and a really hot shower.  A nice bottle of red is going to help me sleep well I think!

We're heading for Algeciras tomorrow.  It's only 70 odd miles so we'll have a rest day whilst Peter goes hunting for a bike.  We'll take the time to do an oil change and have a look at Steve's cam chain tensioner to see if it's stuck as his (new) camchain is rattling quite a bit?

I can't seem to get pictures uploaded to Photbucket but have emailed a few to Paula to put up.

Thanks for all your messages and support.  I miss my dear wife so much you might see pictures me hugging various things every day! scratch Doh

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PostSubject: re: The road to bansang   Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:16 am

Hi Andy good to here from you mate glad its going well keep up the good work its great to read all the reports very interesting. Take care Andy and ride safe mate,

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PostSubject: weymouth motorcycles   Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:46 am

Well done andy & the team hardest stretch is yet to come.
Its really great reading about your journey every night and perhaps one day ill give it ago myself! Well done to paula for the daily reports great job.
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