Justin Alexander’s Nomadic Life On Motorcycle Will Ignite Your Wanderlust
“The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun” Christopher McCandless.
This is the quote that came to our mind when we discovered Justin Alexander – a writer, blogger and motorcycle nomad who is exploring the world on a slim green cafe racer called ‘Battle Cat’.
With a life worthy of a film script, starting out as homeless and eventually rising to the top of the startup world, Justin Alexander has chosen a path that not many have the courage to follow: he retired at 32 to live a nomadic life, traveling the world indefinitely.
Inspired by a summer he spent in Nepal in 2006 and with a mad thirst for freedom, Justin started to travel around the world riding a Royal Enfield Bullet 500 – what followed is exactly the epic story he wanted when he chose to go on this road.
Captured in pictures, his nomadic adventure on motorcycle will ignite your wanderlust for sure. We all know that Instagram is just a highlight reel and living on the road involves many risks and difficulties, but as Justin Alexander said, if you value more freedom and adventure than security, routine or possessions then it’s totally worth it.
After spending last spring and summer in Asia, and the wintering in South America, Justin is now rediscovering America on his iron horse.
In the image gallery below you’ll find a few pictures that we’ve chosen to illustrate the raw beauty of the nomad life on motorcycle, photos taken by Justin during his travels. Follow him on Instagram or on adventuresofjustin.com and maybe you’ll be inspired to hit the road.