We were 5 men who left Gothenburg Thursday morning at 9. We were heading for the annual Bukkerittet: http://www.otc-mc.org/english/bukkerittet.html Four riders on smaller vehicles than what seems to be standard on the US meetings, and one which was slightly larger: Thanks to one of the riders on a KTM 640 Adventure we had to go no faster than 90-95km/h. On Swedish motorways the limit is usually 110km/h. Imagine beeing overtaken by large trucks on some occasions, and overtake the same trucks going upphill. Well, we didn't get any close contact with swedish or norwegian police, especially the latter can give you a quite high bill since it id depending on income. Up to 7000$ is not rare in norway for speeding. Here in Sweden maximum is 200$, and a lost license. Well, we cruised along the motorway all 300 km's to the norwegian border, where we set the GPS to avoid highways and take shortest possible road. Well, we had some decent roads and views on the roads there, typical gas station: On the way up Touratech helped to lower the number of various insects on the way: Thanks to all the 100 horses and the wonderful stability of the R1200GS, even when fully loaded I cruised along much much faster on Norwegian soil than the rest. That way I could stop and take some photos for you guys without lowering the total speed too much: Here they come, one after another: Nice view, the rest of the gang stopped for taking photos here too: Crew gathered: We zipped along pretty well, we arrived at 19.00 in the evening, time for some dinner, camp wise of course: Our bikes, put to rest after a ten hour cruise: The tent, a nice low weight tunnel tent: I'll continue later on, the dog and my work requires some attention.