Globalrider, Around the World in Eighty Days, signified a milestone achieving the first solo circumnavigation of the planet on the first totally connected motorcycle in history.
But beyond the adventure, this talk explains about overcoming, motivation and how Hugo managed to make this project come true from a simple dream of someone who had to walk again.
Bearing a disease in both legs, and after several experimental surgeries and two years on crutches, Hugo Scagnetti overcame it thanks to the new technologies utilizing own stem cells. Thus, fulfilling the dream to ride around the world and, at the same time, help to raise funds and communicate via the media, information relative to the Avascular Necrosis disease.
This attitude applies not only to adventure, but also becoming a philosophy of life which transforms obstacles into opportunities.
Around the World in Eighty Days invites us to think through a real story, a journey that ended successfully after overcoming innumerable barriers to return, because moving forward was the only way to return.
Anecdotes that show that everything is possible and how emotionally engaged people are with an extreme project. The call from the King of Spain, the meeting with the Pope in the Vatican City or the official departure with the Telefonica President, Globalrider was a milestone as a project that emerged from a simple dream.