Tuesday October 01st Wout: Early on our way to Port Hedland. Along the long road is one Roadhouse, but we have enough petrol and according to the GPS we are in Port Hedland before 12:00h. About 30 km before Port Hedland we stopped to empty the Jerrycan in the motor tank (light blinks). After that: the engine turns out to get no fuel and after 100m it stops running and can't be started anymore. First thought "Vapor lock" in the sidecar tank system. After changing the wiring I hear the fuel pump making familiar noises again but that turns out to be of short duration. After 100m it’s over again. Waiting for the engine to cool down doesn't give any results. It is almost 40ºC and we are our short on drinking water. I started to take the tank off to look at the carburettors for the problem. At that moment a Toyota Land Cruiser stops with behind it a boat on a trailer. The help is very welcome and with the bike behind the boat trailer I am towed to Port Hedland. Annie is in the Toyota, preferably no passenger when I am towed. At the 4WD garage he knew we stopped and our help quickly drove on to the bay where he was planning to sail. The owner of the garage is not willing to help us except by giving us the address of a motorcycle shop at the end of the street. There we walked in the heat and explained everything. He would pick up the bike and try to repair it that afternoon. We were taken by taxi with all our luggage to the chosen campsite. Wednesday October 02nd. Wout: At 8:30 I called Super Performance Cycles. He had already tried to find out if the fuel pump was working and didn't hear anything there. He also had another problem because he had to go and talk to his ex-wife's lawyer…… in the evening I recieved a telephone call. The problem was located and nearly solved. The electric valves for switching from sidecar tank to bike tank are not working properly. Probably vibration damage (ship or motorbike?). He will replace them and tomorrow we are on our way.