Adventurer, Racer and YouTube Documentary Creator, Lyndon Poskitt is joining us at the Ace next month, for a special evening!
Join us on Thursday 21st of November at 18:30 for an insight into Lyndon’s adventures on a motorcycle, racing and exploring along the way. 6 continents, 74 countries, 11 races, 234,000 km and as much off-road riding as possible. The most significant and memorable stories, some of them never shared before. The challenges, the ups and the downs, the unexpected times and more, all through the man himself, presentation with images, videos and sound bites, and a Q&A session. He will also talk to us about upcoming projects and adventures planned for 2020 and will of course bring some of his bikes for everyone to check out.
Lyndon has been racing motorcycles since he was ten years old, which saw him compete in seven different disciplines; the pinnacle being the Dakar Rally, renowned as the longest and toughest off-road race in the world. Lyndon clearly liked it, going on to complete it on another two occasions, solo, something few even attempt!
In 2013 a near-fatal training incident changed his perspective on life. He kick-started his long-held dream of riding around the globe and also racing on each of the six populated continents. To do so he designed and custom built his own motorbike, Basil (named after his grandfather), for his project that he named ‘Races to Places’. Lyndon set himself the challenge of filming and editing a video series capturing his adventures. He has released over 150 episodes of his video series and achieved millions of views on YouTube and made friends and memories to share!
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