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Wednesday, 17 August 2011 23:23

Forum member Honker and his wife had a good trip this summer through many countries of Europe over a three week period, the following article is a diary of the trip in there words.

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 Alcalali to Barcelona (Spain)
 
Sagra de Familia Barcelona Nothing special but a nice ride missing the motorways. Stayed at an Ibis Hotel within walking distance of the cathedral, got a taxi to Las Ramblas. Spent a couple of hour's wandering along Las Ramblas watching the street entertainer's had a bite to eat and back to the hotel for a good nights sleep.

 

 

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London To Milan In Less Than 20 Hours
Articles - Touring
Written by Chris Alderton   
Monday, 01 November 2010 00:00
Map courtesy of www.rac.co.uk

Have you ever been tempted to take on a challenge, run something, climb something or ride something further, faster or for longer than anyone else.  Costa Blanca resident Gill Moorcroft (formerly Roper) took on such a challenge with another girl Mary Donovan, when they accepted an offer from their local bike dealer, Arthur Francis of Watford, to ride from London to Milan in as short a time as possible.

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Eastern Block Tour 2010
Articles - Touring
Thursday, 02 September 2010 20:27

Togglmeister and The Biking Viking originally posted this in our Forum, however we thought it worthy of an article with pictures so read on and enjoy.

 

Sh*t what is this! The thought of landing at a brand new airport in Bratislava was not part of my plan to see the commie east.  Anyway plans had gone ahead since January this year to see what was behind the old Iron Curtain...

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Bikers España On Tour June 2010
Articles - Touring
Written by Chris Alderton   
Saturday, 19 June 2010 00:53

 

On Friday 11th June 2010, 10 intrepid explorers embarked on a trip that would change their lives forever, well maybe not forever but for a while.  I haven´t laughed so much for a long time, or been quite so wet on the bike.  Fair weather bikers pah, not us we carried on through rain and hail and along muddy, gravely downhill hairpin strewn roads.  We also visited some of Spains prettier towns, ate lovely food and enjoyed a beer or two.

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