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We are bonafide fans of Charley Boorman. He’s a great person who loves bikes as much as any of us and really likes helping other people. We, as an industry, as a collection of people, owe him a lot. Would we have the incredible collection of tools with which to enjoy our riding, travelling and exploring without him? Probably not.

Ultimately, that isn’t really important. What is important is the reason you can see Mr Boorman riding a scooter in Cambodia. Well known for his relationship with Unicef, Boorman has joined forces with United World Schools. As the name suggests, their efforts are focussed on producing sustainable community based education programs in remote areas as they attempt to break the cycle of endemic poverty of developing and war ravaged areas.

It’s a fantastic cause that appears to be well thought through. Instead of us telling you about the charity, read about the projects of United Worlds Schools by clicking here.

Watch the video above, it includes Mr Boorman being himself, riding scooters in far flung places and helping a charity with great intentions do their thing for local small, remote communities.

To donate to the charity project click here ->



The Full Journey to Tae Le with Charley Boorman.




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Llewellyn Sullivan-Pavey

Photographer, Videographer, Writer, Motorcycle Racer, Dakar Rally Finisher and BRAKE Magazine's big dog, Llewelyn really likes to do things involving motorcycles. He also likes bicycles, coffee, pop punk and making horrendous puns.

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