Motorcycle Adventurer Jay Kannaiyan leads exclusive, small group motorcycle adventures in the most exciting parts of the world that he’s ridden through and more. Explore the site and get in touch to plan your trip.
Check out Journey Posts for the travel blog on Jay’s 3 year motorcycle journey from the US to India.
Ride with Jammin Global Adventures
Does the thought of riding a motorcycle across high mountains and dense forests in far-off lands excite you? But are you a bit unsure about how to go about full-filling this dream? A Jammin Global Adventure, led by Jay Kannaiyan, will provide you with a bite-sized adventure on a motorcycle across stunning landscapes in a safe and professional manner.
Jay has the experience of traveling across five continents and has a wide network of local contacts in all the countries that he leads tours in. His calm, collected and organized attitude ensures that there are no ordeals, only adventures. Ride with Jay and let the adventure add richness to your life!
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Jay Kannaiyan is an adventurer turned coder. He loves exploring our world on two wheels and building products and services to improve peoples’ lives. Along the way he’s been a product design engineer, entrepreneur in the adventure travel and air quality space, and now a full stack software engineer. He cares deeply about building community, nurturing idle time, and sharing good food. Have you heard of his chicken curry?
In 2010, Jay dropped everything he had in the US to ride his motorcycle back home to India by the longest possible route. The journey took him 3 years and 3 months as he rode through 33 countries across Latin America, Europe, and Africa, before finally reaching India in 2013. Jay and his motorcycle, sanDRina, encountered mechanical meltdowns, remote Mayan villages, weeks of high-altitude desert isolation, Caribbean and Atlantic voyages, humility, and friendship. His go-with-the-flow attitude mixed with a whatever-it-takes resolve deliver a story of global trails and an adventuring insight that brought him fame amongst the overland traveling community before his journey was even complete. The book about the journey has just been published. Get your copy on Amazon (in India, in the US). Jay uses his varied experiences to inspire others to travel, explore, and discover how each one of us can contribute to a better world.
Jammin thru the Global South
Jammin thru the Global South is the name of Jay’s journey that saw him ride sanDRina, his Suzuki DR650 motorcycle from Chicago to New Delhi overland through the Americas, Europe, Africa and into India from March 2010 till June 2013 with breaks along the way, including an extended one in Kenya.
Jay has posted a rich, detailed account of his journey and now that content can be found under the “Journey Posts” menu tab where posts from the journey are grouped by country.
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For those with an interest in human history, there may not be a more stunning country to travel through than Egypt. It’s a deceptively large country for one thing, which means you can truly treat it as a journey rather than a casual one- or two-day ride. Best of all however is that there’s a…
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January 3 – 9, 2011Patagonia, a distant land at the end of South America. An image of pristine, natural beauty sweeping to the horizon. Only recently settled by modern people, its vastness is still its trademark impression. Having Antarctica close by keeps the year-round temperatures cooler than similar latitudes in the northern hemisphere and the…
January 9 – 12, 2011Winding through the wet and verdant side of Patagonia is the Carretera Austral, a famed, remote route linking the towns in Chile’s Northern Patagonia. It’s one of the great destination roads in the world, renowned for its lush forests and numerous glaciated lakes. Being cut off from direct road access to…
January 13 – 16, 2011I was in the midst of Chile’s northern Patagonia, deep along the Carretera Austral and getting a feel for living in a remote land. After a few days in Puerto Aisén, I continued south around Lago Carrera General and to the current terminus of the Carretera Austral at Villa O’Higgins.The wood…
January 17 – 21, 2011I had reached the current terminus of the Carretera Austral in Chile’s Northern Patagonia. From Villa O’Higgins, to continue south to Ushuaia, one needs to backtrack about 300 kms (186 mi) north before catching the road east across into Argentina and then turning south.After spending a relaxing morning at the campground…