- Bike: 1998 KTM 620 EGS-E Adventure LC4 , 1989 DR750 BIG , 2007 DR650 (in Aussie)
Day 2 started early with a twat next to us starting up his BMW at 5:30am and leaving it idle for 15 mins, we decided to find our own secluded camp spots from now on. The route from here to the Overlander Roadhouse was big open sandy tracks/roads but a big fuel load was required.
The roads were interesting to say the least, as you came over a crest the road stretched out in front of you for as far as you could see in a dead straight line but you had to keep your witts about you as the sand changed from hard to soft to corrugated to rocks to bull dust to tarseal(wtf),it was fun.
The fuel line up at the Overlander was long and it was here we decided we need to keep ahead of the bunch, we had a steak burger and chips with a side of salad as this would be it for a week, only stew and noodles from now on.