Life just got even more adventurous for the world’s fastest dog.
Tex O’Grady and his dog Bundy are well known in the motorcycling community for their charity work, while Bundy holds the world record for having done 283km/h at Eastern Creek.
The charitable duo is now heading for more adventurous terrain after the John Sample Group appointed them as Moto Guzzi ambassadors and handed over the keys to a Stelvio NTX.
“I decided that it was time to park my road bike and look at a new adventure bike that would suit the T&B team,” says Tex.
“We needed comfort, a long range fuel tank, large storage and load carrying capacity, simplicity, reliability, handling and a shaft drive. It also had to be a bike that stirred the soul and that would be a good talking point at the event we attend.’’
He says the choice of a Stelvio was a “no brainer”.
JSA general manager Kris Matich says Tex covers more than 80,000km a year raising more than $500,000 annually for a variety of charities and his travels will be documented on their website.