Originally Posted by Leeexc
I am thinking of haveing a go at the Hellas rally, the main problems are shortage of money, never done any road book riding. I read that the Hellas is about the cheapest rally to do, Thinking of me and 2 other riders drive from the UK 2100 miles each way in my van and share the costs, maybe hire or buy the roadbook etc sleep in the back of the van (might stink after a day or 2) apart from the costs of diesel, ferry entry fee, could any one tell me what other expences I might have. possibly be able to transport another bike or 2 in my van to help out with the cost of diesel. Not looking to make a profit just share the costs.
I would be on my ktm 690R is that easy to fit very basic nav equipment to?
Any suggestions/advide would be welcome.
2 ICO's, a roadbook holder, and bracket to mount everything will set you back a little more than $1000. If you don't need extended range then the 690 will probably work well with just the nav setup.