Global adventurer back on two wheels after fellow bikers replace stolen motorcycle

Who says there's no commerarderie amongst motorcyclists

GREAT FEEL GOOD STORY: A round-the-world Japanese motorcyclist is back on two wheels after local bikers in Budapest clubbed together to replace his machine after it was stolen at the start of the adventurer's global trip.

Kunio Aoki, from Tokyo, start his global adventure in July. On arriving in Hungary, Kunio's motorcycle, along with his gear and camping equipment were stolen after just two days in the Hungarian capital.

Local bikers and a generous taxi company donated a motorcycle and gear to Aoki so he could continue his journey.

The 38-year-old says he will return to Hungary next spring, where he will sell the machine and donate the proceeds to charity.