Chip Powered Motorbike Trip

Meet the British man who has become the first in the world to circumnavigate 12,500 miles round Australia on a motorbike – entirely powered by CHIP FAT. Daredevil adventurer Paul Carter, 42, braved 50C heat, poisonous snakes and a bike accident that cracked three ribs and hospitalised him to complete the 11-week journey. Using 630 litres of ‘used fish and chip oil’ Paul spent up to 12 hours a day on the bike reaching speeds of up to 60mph.

Meet the British man who has become the first in the world to circumnavigate 12,500 miles round Australia on a motorbike - entirely powered by CHIP FAT. Daredevil adventurer Paul Carter, 42, braved 50C heat, poisonous snakes and a bike accident that cracked three ribs and hospitalised him to complete the 11-week journey. Using 630 litres of 'used fish and chip oil' Paul spent up to 12 hours a day on the bike reaching speeds of up to 60mph.

Meet the British man who has become the first in the world to circumnavigate 12,500 miles round Australia on a motorbike - entirely powered by CHIP FAT. Daredevil adventurer Paul Carter, 42, braved 50C heat, poisonous snakes and a bike accident that cracked three ribs and hospitalised him to complete the 11-week journey. Using 630 litres of 'used fish and chip oil' Paul spent up to 12 hours a day on the bike reaching speeds of up to 60mph.

Meet the British man who has become the first in the world to circumnavigate 12,500 miles round Australia on a motorbike - entirely powered by CHIP FAT. Daredevil adventurer Paul Carter, 42, braved 50C heat, poisonous snakes and a bike accident that cracked three ribs and hospitalised him to complete the 11-week journey. Using 630 litres of 'used fish and chip oil' Paul spent up to 12 hours a day on the bike reaching speeds of up to 60mph.

Meet the British man who has become the first in the world to circumnavigate 12,500 miles round Australia on a motorbike - entirely powered by CHIP FAT. Daredevil adventurer Paul Carter, 42, braved 50C heat, poisonous snakes and a bike accident that cracked three ribs and hospitalised him to complete the 11-week journey. Using 630 litres of 'used fish and chip oil' Paul spent up to 12 hours a day on the bike reaching speeds of up to 60mph.