A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths. These hollow aluminium drum wheels will hold enough petrol or water to keep you going for a week in the bush - or, when empty, keep the 93kg Rokon Ranger afloat!
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths. These hollow aluminium drum wheels will hold enough petrol or water to keep you going for a week in the bush - or, when empty, keep the 93kg Rokon Ranger afloat!
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.
A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that (literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.

A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that

(literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.

A Rokon is not so much a motorcycle as a two-wheeled Unimog, a vehicle that

(literally) goes its own way over any terrain, scorning such luxuries as trails or even footpaths.