The TeapotOne journey will take in over 72 countries and almost 100,000 miles, covering almost every continent on earth. As I'm travelling without any accompanying support crew, it would be impossible to carry the maps required to navigate my way through the journey. Having Garmin onboard means I have the whole world conveniently located at my finger tips and the peace of mind knowing I'll know exactly where I am at any point of the trip. With Garmin's 'connect' portal I'll also be able to share my route with people all over the world making the project truly interactive.
Claire Haigh, Garmin UK's PR Manager, said, "Garmin is pleased to be supporting the TeapotOne around-the-world charity motorbike ride. Garmin’s zūmo sat navs are well known and trusted by motorbikers – and we hope a zūmo 660 will help Bruce navigate safely wherever he goes. We are sure it will be an exciting as well as an exhausting adventure. We look forward to seeing Bruce’s progress online at Garmin Connect, but most of all we hope the project achieves its aim of raising considerable funds for its chosen charities."
I really appreciate the support Claire Haigh and Garmin have given TeapotOne and look forward to working with them throughout the journey.