|04-29-2008, 04:22 AM||#61|
Joined: Nov 2005
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Great report, beautiful bikes and beautiful photos. Which bike performed best?
Ride till the end, until the end
KTM 950 Adv
|04-29-2008, 06:00 AM||#64|
Tastes Like Chicken!
Joined: Oct 2005
Location: Down...lower....lower..... Yeeaaagggghhhhhhhh!!!
|09-29-2008, 11:37 PM||#66|
Joined: Sep 2008
Location: Grapevine, TX / Grosserlach, GER
Absolutely grossartige Bilder!!! (great pics)
I love and miss the French/Italian Alps...
I'm sure, you recognize some of the places when you compare them with the other pics.
No bike pics, sorry
BTW... I miss my LR Defender. Couldn't import it to the US. Had to sell it
Now i'm on a KTM 950 SER ... and I love it !!!!
Col du Pre / Lac Roselend
Val d' Isere / Col Iseran
Lac du Mont Cenis
Ft de la Turra
Ft de Variselle
Lac de Roterel
Col de la Cayolle
|02-13-2013, 02:49 PM||#71|
Joined: Mar 2007
Finding the off road routes
Lovely post. Great shots and a great selection of off road routes. But how easy is it to find those routes?
If I go to the locations and passes you've mentioned... are the off road sections pretty obvious or do you really need to know them in advance or have a guide? I want to take my 990 Adv. I like just exploring with no particular plan. Are there lots of these gravel paths around? Could you explain how to find some of them?
"All good things are wild and free"
Henry David Thoreau
|05-31-2013, 03:44 PM||#72|
Joined: Jul 2011
Location: Kortrijk, Belgium
It's all pretty clear once you get there, the best you can do is just go there and buy yourself a topographic map of the region, this shows all the possible footpaths in that specific area, then you can just plan out routes how you want them ;)
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