A classic, and still a bucket-list destination in the hearts of motorcyclists. But who made it so? Again, it was Giuseppe Guzzi, who – thanks to his intolerance to the heat – and in the middle of a controversy about having baptized the GT with the name of the airship that had flown over the North Pole, almost without saying anything to anyone, gets on the GT and points towards the Arctic Circle. Imagine the conditions of the roads at the time, certainly not as direct as motorways nor equipped with the current comforts and smoothness. A real feat, which attracted thousands of onlookers along the way back. Over 6000 km in 28 days. A new legend.