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I live in N.Wales and enjoy riding in Snowdonia area. I have toured France, Italy and Switzerland. Not really into sports bikes. My wife has recently hung up her boots so I'm looking to meet like minded people for rides/ tours my email is email@example.com feel free to contact me .
Hi every 1 im nath im new, please bear with me as i am 98% letter dyslexic so cant spell or read well, Iv been biking sine i was 16(now 26) and did my first motorcycal tore last year lands end 2 jhon o grots in a 8 day there and back, live in torbay bit of a rush but it was all the hol i could have at the time, Now me and my gf want 2 go to Italy for 3 weeks in sep 2014, so im looking for advice from some experience toures, and ...
Just wondered if anyone reading this has any tips on where to ride/visit in the dolomites.I am planning on riding out there with the Mrs this summer. Although we lived in Milan for 2 and a half years and have only just recently returned, I am desperate to go back so I bought myself a GS and off we go. If anyone has been recently and saw something amazing or knows of a particularly good hotel, please let me know. Also, if anyone would be interested in joining us or meeting up on route, feel free to get in touch.To give ...
I am planning a trip to Italy in June, done it few times but always on sports tourers (cbr1100xx/ZX9) and always via the fastest, straightest possible route!Having switched to Adventure Bike in the last couple years (Tenere 660 and more recently Multi1000 DS) I have now decided to go the scenic route insteadI am allowing myself 3/4 days maximum from Calais, before ...
For all of you that will be venturing abroad and are unaware of the Priority to the Right law that exists in France and many other European countries, we have written a blog on our website explaining Priority to the Right
Hi everyone, I am planning on touring around Europe this summer and I currently have soft panniers for my Suzuki 650 bandit SA 2006. However, for space and security I am thinking of getting hard panniers. I am feeling lost in this new world of hard luggage...My concern is how the panniers fitting system works. Is there a lot of difference in the 2007 panniers rack for the bandit? If I did end up getting the monokey rack, is it just this and the panniers themselves I need to purchase? Thanks for any advice!A
following on from the reflective clothing thread...March 16, 2013 Unfortunately, there has been for some time another (stupid) piece of legislation forcing all bikers in France, whether residents or visitors, to wear a helmet with reflective stickers on, and this one has not been scrapped. Bikers caught wearing a helmet without stickers may face a 135 euros fine payable on the spot and 3 points taken off their licence. The police have recently been enforcing this rule quite severely in Paris and other locations throughout France. All helmets must have four reflective stickers: one on the front, one at the ...
Two off us are off to play in Europe .On the return we are hoping to leave Bolzano Italy,through Austria to Augsburg Germany.I know we need to buy the vignette before we enter Austria.But I cannot figure out where we are supposed to display it..??? believe they are a bit touchy about where its displayed...???I have a Hayabusa,my mate rides a ZZR 1400.Dont want to put a sticker just anywhere..Any suggestions please
Can anyone confirm that you do really need a transit carnet for a motorbike,just to pass through...????
Has anyone any tips for camping at this years event.And are there any riders happy for another to join in their ride down to Le Mans?
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