Zooming down a stretch of open road, the sun on your back and the wind sweeping under your helmet and through your hair, is one of the best feelings there is. And in practical terms, a motorcycle can also be the best way to explore a new country: effortless as a car to drive, but able to navigate narrow twisty lanes and weave through difficult terrain that an estate might struggle with. So scoot, bike or ride pillion round motorcycling meccas like Morocco, Thailand or Vietnam. Better yet, sign up for a proper Che Guevara-style motorcycle road-trip and hit the Transalpine Way, iconic Route 66, or Che’s own road from Buenos Aires to Santiago. You’ll find that two wheels quickly turns into a habit you won’t want to break.