People involved.

Passion in the background.

It can’t be done without them: helpers, organizers, marshals and many other people from the GS community. With their experiences they make the Int. GS Trophy an unforgettable motorcycle adventure – and take on the challenges in the background. We have a look behind the scenes and present a selection of important people who are more than passionate about the event.    

Stefan Boshoff.

Stefan Boshoff.

Journalist and GS coach.

Each team at the Int. GS Trophy is accompanied by its own journalist, who provides the fans in the home countries with news about the event. Stefan Boshoff, legendary GS correspondent and coach since the early days of the Trophy, gives us an insight into his work.    

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Amy Harburg and Jennifer Huntley.

Amy Harburg and Jennifer Huntley.

Double the experience.

These two ladies battled against each other at the first ever GS Trophy international female team selection trials, but for the upcoming 2018 edition in Mongolia Briton Jennifer Huntley and Australian Amy Harburg will put their competitive instincts aside in order to marshal and mentor the two female teams to success.  

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About winners and other participants.

About winners and other participants.

The Int. GS Trophy in retrospect.

Participating in the Int. GS Trophy changes you forever. As the 2018 international finals draw near, we speak to several former competitors for whom life would never be the same again. Impressions of Kevin Hammond, Gabriel Guntern and Tsutomu Morohara.     

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Team India.

Team India.

For the first time at the Int. GS Trophy.

It’s not just Team Australia that are new additions to the Int. GS Trophy family; a team from India takes part in the motorcycle adventure for the first time as well. The three team members tell us why they are relishing the Trophy challenges ahead and would love to put India on the GS owners’ adventure riding bucket list.  

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Breaking down the barriers.

Breaking down the barriers.

Busting the GS myths once and for all with Jocelin.

Think you’re not tall enough or strong enough to ride an adventure bike? Think again, as ‘vertically-challenged’ International Female Team competitor Jocelin Snow explains how size really doesn’t matter when it comes to the International GS Trophy.    

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Thunder from Down Under.

Thunder from Down Under.

The Aussies are coming.

Watch out for Team Australia. It may be their first time at the International GS Trophy but after a quarter of a century of BMW GS Safari experience, they are more than ready for this competition.    

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