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Discussion in 'Epic Rides' started by Dickyb, Aug 16, 2008.
Keep it up Dicky!
Great pics & report DB
If I'd known you were in Kas we could have met for a beer or two. We try to spend a week or so at Kas Kamping every year.
May even get to Greece proper this year.
All the best to you and yours.
Planning to be in Kas in 2013?
Would be great to meet up
Thanks for introducing yourself. hop you have nice future in Turkey now
Thanks Dennismoore. That lot brought back distant memories
So after tearing through the forests and glades with Burkhard and his mates:eek1
fruitlessly trying to find Hansel and Grettel's gaffe
It was time for a refreshing snifter at home. Seems as though the orphaned kitties had beaten me to it
The weather is a tad on the changable side these days. One day
The following day
Still there's still the chance to abandon the abandoned kitties
and watch the tide slip away
Just love your writings Dicky and the pics aren't half bad either.The inmates of your menagerie sure look like they know how good they have it too.
I will make it to Turkey one of these days,I almost got there last year but unfortunately ran out of time.The bike I was touring on wouldn't have been able to get around in the rough stuff either,next time I'm over it will be a dual sport.
Would you happen to know the manufacturer of the Exhaust pipes on Birthday Boys BMW,page 56.
Nice to see you are still doing a fabulous job hosting rides!
Had such a great time with you in Cappadocia a couple years past.
Just finished my RR on my 9000+ mile ride to Portugal from Bulgaria here.
Thank you for your kind words. This chap was responsible for the home made exhaust pipes, and indeed the rest of the build. A local chap by the name of Cem
With the kitties sobered up and getting braver by the day
It was time to squeeze in a ride before the family descended for Christmas. A concours winner showed up
My, that beauty could fly
Mehmet took his bike out for a smoke:eek1
before getting all serious
Ali, the local Honda dealer, took his for a walk
whilst the hillclimbers didn't
All watched over by Burkhard, the Monarch of the Glen
I'm really enjoying reading of your adventures DickyB and am particularly enjoying the photography. Wonderful area you have there...
Yep, sure is a wonderful area full of contrasts. A couple of same day shots. The first an hour inland to the North. The second half an hour to the South
DB thanks for sharing those pics what a dream Turkey is beautiful
hear the belly dancers are as well
Thanks for your interest Bike Holiday. The only belly dancing around here is mine when the going gets rough
Hmmm, we don,t get may hills like that in the fens :eek1
Or these huh Glad to see you are putting the Beemer to good use here Sibirsky Extreme 2012 - The...
I plan to go a minimum of asphalt and to interesting places by the east, probably Black Sea coast and the center of Turkey up to Cappadocia.
Can advise tracks?
Whether there are maps better than Garmin?
And it is possible to buy 140/80-18 types lake Michelin Dessert/Mitas 09 for example in КТМ shop in Malatya?
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Most of my riding tends to take place round where I live which is on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey as opposed to the Black Sea coast. However, I would recommend reading this post T U R K E Y Our Eastern Blacksea and East Travel 5000 kilometres - ADVrider There are some good maps and photos later in the report.
I am planning to tour the North East of Turkey and the Black Sea coast this summer.
Regarding tyres in Manavgat, I have no idea but would recommend contacting this chap who is very knowledgable and helpful here in Turkey. https://www.facebook.com/mehmet.avar.12
Please don't apologise for your English. My Russian extends to Natasha and Vladimir, beyond that I am lost