By Emmanuel Adeleke
Nigerian biker, who travelled from London to Lagos by road, Kunle Adeyanju, has disclosed that he is planning to embark on another trip from Lagos with a new bike.
The 44-year-old departed London on April 19 and arrived in Lagos after 41 days of journeying more than 13,000 kilometres across 13 countries and 42 cities.
Adeyanju, in an interview with Arise TV on Tuesday, said that he plans to travel to Everest, Isreal and Tibet by road after his daring last adventure.
He explained that his next trip will be from Lagos to Israel and then the autonomous Chinese region of Tibet with a new bike.
“I’m going to buy another bike and do another adventure. My next adventure is going to be riding from Lagos to Israel, just passing through Israel, then to Tibet.
“Then, I actually want to ride on a Tibetan plane because that is the highest plateau you have in the world. They say God lives in Tibet because of the highest purity. I want to experience that purity,” he said
The Kwara State indigene had previously said that he would auction the bike he used for his London to Lagos trip, which he named Eagle, and donate part of the proceeds to raise funds for the eradication of the polio virus, which was the aim of his trip.
He added that he would be visiting the base camp of Mount Everest and attempt to climb it.
“My destination is Everest. I’m going to drop my bike at Everest base camp and try to climb Everest. That’s what I’m going to do with myself in the next two years,” Adeyanju added.