Riding Honda Africa Twin, four times Dakar Rally competitor Christophe Barriere-Varju and fashion model, actress and television presenter Laura Csortan – feature in a documentary tracing the route that was once a part of the world’s most gruelling race, the Paris-Dakar Rally. By Steve McDowall (Motorcycle Life)
The National Geographic Channel produced “Riding Morocco: Chasing the Dakar” which previously aired in over 170 countries and regions around the world can now be watched (FREE) on Dream Racer TV.
The documentary follows the pair as they ride from Marrakech in Morocco through mountains, gorges, rivers and deserts to reach the Moroccan Sahara.
The route is no longer used for competition since the rally was moved to South America and renamed as the Dakar Rally.
Honda provided two CRF1000L Africa Twin adventure motorcycles for the extraordinary journey.
Christophe shares his vast knowledge and demonstrates some serious off-road riding skills on the manual bike, while Laura, who had never ridden off road before this project, does the trip on the Dual Clutch Transmission model.
Together they take the viewer through breathtakingly beautiful valleys and expansive vistas as they share the bike ride of a lifetime.
Christophe is no stranger to epic adventures and has competed in the Dakar Rally four times.
The internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning film “Dream Racer” follows his progress through one of those events.
Laura was crowned Miss World Australia and Miss Universe Australia 1997, represented Australia and was a host on “The Great Outdoors” and “Wheel Of Fortune” on the Seven Network.
She now regularly hosts travel segments on Channel 7’s “The Morning Show”.
“Riding Morocco: Chasing the Dakar” is now available to watch, FREE – on Dream Racer TV.