Emile is Passingalong

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Emile, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. Emile

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    Hey Dirtrulz,

    The reason for these rims is that the tire is much easyer to take off when it needs change or a fix, I do understand your statements but I rode with the old rims for a while but it was just to hard to take the tire off on my own.
    somehow the rim has a different shape. another thing is that its real hard to get replacement spokes for the original rims, actually you just can't get them anymore :(

    I like the setup I have now easy to replace and much more universal in case anything breaks along the way.

    Do you own a LM or RM with the tubeless rims ???

    Ciao!!

    Emile
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  2. EmilianoXR650L

    EmilianoXR650L Been here awhile

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    nice motorcycle, beauty places and pics !!!!!!
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  3. dirtrulz

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    No offense meant, have never dealt with that style of wheel, usually tubeless would be the way to go. As long as you are happy with the setup you are using that is all that matters, have a good trip.
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    great report! subscribed! :D
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  5. Emile

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    Hey all,

    At the moment I am in Fes Morocco, chilling in Riad Versus. A lot has changed lately. All of you know I wanted to make a round the world trip really badly, but that has changed. I found out that travelling alone is not really my cup of tea. Those of you that know me probably saw this coming. I always knew this would be my weak spot but never thought it would bring me to the thought of coming back sooner this quick. Of course this is not the only reason for me to change the plan. I also noticed that I really miss the work I did and then especially my own creative work, making the lamps, jewellery, furniture and all the rest. When travelling I felt more like a onlooker then a participator, sometimes you can do a little bit but the real feeling of participation was not there and I miss that. Last but not least I miss my family and friends. All of this adds up to an early return to Holland. Not that I will stop travelling NO, I will go on but in smaller steps and not alone. The smaller steps will be good when I need to empty my creative thoughts because I already have the feeling my head is getting overfilled and I need to make stuff.

    so that’s that said!

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    Probably the worst picture ever made of the Rheinfalls, This was actually a very amazing sight.
    I never even knew there was a big waterfall in the Rhein.



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    After my first night sleep at a very boring spot somewhere in a field with forest surrounding it. I woke up early to make some distance and came down a hill seeing this. The two cities Montreux and Vevey the entrance to the alps.



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    Swiss wine just before crossing the border to France.



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    I have to admit it is hard to see but in the background you see a part of the Mont Blanc. I thought maybe I will get a better view of it later but that did not happen. Although I drove around it and saw the other side of it.


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    Hey thats me and the Le mouton all the way up our first high pass in the Alps, when I remember well it was at 1400m.


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    This is what it looked like upthere, it was empty and higher up bits are covered with snow.


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    They even put a lake upthere, Lac de Roselend.


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    After a few passes I looked for a nice campground and found this one near Bessan.


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    And this was the background of my new campingspot


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    This is also where I made my first campfire of the trip! nice and warm because it was already getting cold in europe. The next morning I discovered that I was sleeping at about 1600m because of a sign just around the first bend in the road. No wonder it was pretty cold that night.


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    Bikers. we had seen each other a few times on the way and waved at each other. Now we all reached the same goal. Col de L’Iseran.

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    The Highest I have riden the bike! I was doing fine, Le Mouton just 500 rpm This pass is supposed to be one of the highest you can get in Europe. There is one that is higher but only 30m or so, at least that is what the french bikers told me. It was high.


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    And when you are that high something will always top it to be even higher.


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    On my way down I stopped at this small hut completely covered by the forest.


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    Came across another lake high up.


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    Hey Madleen if you need some parts for your car Fontan (France) is where you need to go.


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    Near Sospel just 30 km above Monaco I found the best campingground ever. It was located on a small ridge about 6 m higher then the road with a beautiful view. Here I also made a small campfire and tried out a different setup. I build a small half domed arch out of stones to radiate the heat from the fire towards me, and that the fire would not lose so much heat and therefor used less wood,
    And it worked perfect.


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    Down below just on the side of the street there was a small flat area to park the bike and like you can see there is the tent pitched on the ledge.


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    I imagined the coast a bit different, more open space and nature not just one ongoing line of buildings. what a shame.


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    After many km’s down the coast I came across this sight, so there is still a bit of nature left.


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    This looked like a nice camping ground but at dusk some wild boars came to keep me from getting some sleep.


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    Marseille what a city.


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    On my way to Rivesaltes I met Vandré and Anouck who where doing a trip trouch france on a motorcycle like I was doing and we stopped for a drink and some photo’s we had a great time.
    Drinks where finished and we headed each in our own directions.
    Godspeed to both of you!


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    These guys were making funny jokes when Vandré, Anouck and I made some pictures. They shouted “cheese” but they did not expect me to shout “fromage” and thats when this picture was made.


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    When looking at this boat it felt like having a dream of going towards something unknown and beautiful.


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    I was looking for a place to camp again but then it happened that I fell down with the bike and like the time before I could not get the bike upright on my own. Luckily there where some people coming towards me to help. The other downside was that it started raining that same moment.
    My hand hurt and me having a down feeling I decided to go for the first hotel I can find to chill out.


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    The hotel was situated in Rivesaltes and to expencive for what they had to offer, but the woman at the desk said the price was not negotiable. Good thing was I did not have to unpack the bike because they had a garage.


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    Heading for the Pyrenees nothing there yet in the photo.


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    And there they are the Pyrenees.


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    After many hours and liters of rain I managed to get to Eric’s place. He lives in the middle of a dessert like place in the north of Spain. All year round he lives of his own garden and sometimes have a nice Kebab in the city. Amazing place, thanks Crip!!


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    The view from Monte Eric.


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    Good morning sunshine, I asked Eric if it was possible for me to stay 2 nights. He said no problem so now I was able to do some exploring. And the weather was nice as was the surrounding area.


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    On my tour I found this beautiful tool in a small shed.


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    The tree of live.


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    When I left Eric it was only 5 degrees celcius so I had to stop a few times to get warm again. And the old village people always know the best out of the wind in the sun spots. So I stuck with them for a while.


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    The landscape on the way to Valencia.


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    Us arriving in Valencia.


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    Meet my dorm mates in Valencia, Raj, Sunil and Cherie. First thing to do is get food and go for a dance.


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    The brothers.


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    Sunil bought a pair of glasses for me from Goliath.


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    The next day I took a city tour with a Scottish guide Duncan. I learned a lot about Spanish history and traditions of Valencia.


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    Even found something myself although I did not found out ther real story behind the child’s heads on the drainpipes it did remind me of Claudio’s work.


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    Valencia.

    The next day I left a bit late in the direction of Ronda. But I got lost in a thunderstorm. Yes that can happen on a motorcycle. I was completely soaked and just wanted to go to a hotel and sleep and be warm. By the time I found a hotel I had already driven about 130km in the dark with heavy rain. It sucked!


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    The day after being lost I went to Ronda to stay there for a night and get a warmer t-shirt because the mountains where freaking cold!
    It is a shame that I forgot to take out my camera in Ronda so no pictures but I really felt good there. I had a nice small hotel for a good price in the center of the city.


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    Africa here I come.
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  6. Emile

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    The crossing from Tarifa to Tanger was smooth, but the customs where a bit annoying. All the people there wanted money for doing nothing. And me being stupid I only carried a E 20,- note and no coins so there went my money.
    And the whole process took about 2 hours!
    On my way to look for a place to sleep in Tanger I got a bit annoyed by all the people and went to a bit overpriced Ibis for the night, it was already getting dark and I did not want to look for a better place anymore. I was tired!
    The next morning I got up early to go to Fes.

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    Tanger…….

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    On the way to Fes I took some small roads until I had to turn around because the road was washed away. I had to take a small road back north towards the highway in order to get to Fes. The views where amazing. I only had one problem my camera battery charger is broken so I could only make one picture .

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    My camera battery was still empty so only a few pics made in the first day of Fes. Went to have a look at one of the tanneries hidden in the center of the Medina.
    The next day I managed to find a universal charger in the new town of Fes so more photo’s could be taken

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    Alessandro taking a picture of some new old looking building in Meknes.

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    Jesus, Alessandro and I on our way to the Medina of Meknes.

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    This is a door in the Medina of Meknes. If you are in Fes and sick of being stressed by all the hustlers take a daytrip to Meknes by train. it will take about an hour but really worth it.

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    While we where drinking our tea some skilled woodworkers worked in the background.

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    We were walking around Meknes when I spotted this mean off-road hybrid scooter.

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    The quiet streets of Meknes. NO Hustlers!

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    Woman cleaning the streets of Meknes.

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    It was already late when we came back from Meknes this photo is taken from the roof terras of the Hostel.

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    same view by day.

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    A few days later I went to Meknes again because I had seen a very nice vase I really liked to buy.
    This time I went with Matt and Alex, and a special adventure was awaiting us there.

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    We were starving after finding my vase so we looked for a place to eat but no luck. Until we ran into a man I had met on my previous trip to Meknes. He invited us to his house to eat there, and not to forget it is not for free we had to pay for the food. Well no worries man we are hungry so we are in for it.
    Arriving at the house we gave the man 40Dh to get some ingredients so his wife could start cooking.
    While the man was away we were left alone in his house.
    So Matt started to make a small documentary of the place.

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    Ok the photo is a bit blurry I have to admit but it is because there was no electricity at that moment. It took about an hour to get the lights working in the house. The man also claimed the sheepsmeat he had in the fridge was fresh we wondered how fresh when the electricity is not working ??

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    And there was light! It took forever for the food to be ready so we were starving!! and when the food was finally there, it was just enough the three of us.

    When we finished we paid the man more then needed and started looking for a small shop to get some more food for our poorly filled stomachs.

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    It was time to leave Fes so I said goodbye to Yussef and the maid of Riad Versus. There I met Alex who will come with me on the back of the bike. Together we will head to the dessert.

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    Packing the bike, I think we reached the maximum capacity of the old XL 600 LM.

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    Two madmen on one bike heading for the dessert looking for camels (dromedaries).

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    The road behind us to Midelt trough the High Atlas.

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    And the same road in front of us a lot of km’s still to go.

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    Arriving at Midelt we checked in to our five star an-suite bedroom it’s always nice to sleep with your head in the bidet.

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    The hotel manager told me to use the bar downstairs as a garage for the bike, the owner said no problem just park there!

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    On our way to Midelt we lost Alex his sleepingbag that was tied to the back of the bike. This really sucked because we planned to camp in the dessert. The man in the picture tried to help us find a new second hand one but with no luck. The only thing he managed to do was let his friend sell Alex a silk cloth. Later when Alex and I where looking for some unions to open Alex his blocked nose, another guy wanted to sell us something. We were to tired to ignore or go away so we followed him for a while until we reached the same shop where we had bought the silk. And the owner now suddenly had a sleeping bag!!
    What a lucky bastards we are!

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    On we went, still in the high Atlas Alex showing us you can also jump there.

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    And finally after a lot of km’s we rode out of the High Atlas towards the dessert.

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    The Gorges du Ziz a beautiful oases all along the river.

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    We arrived early in Hassi Labied at our hostel Auberge la Source.
    There we heard that there is a music festival in Merzouga.
    So we got on the bike and headed to Merzouga to catch some dessert tunes.

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    The following morning we enjoyed our breakfast with a view of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes.

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    Our goal was to climb that dune.

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    After one hour we where on the top of the big dune. In the distance lies Hassi Labied.

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    We made it!!!

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    It was windy and in the dessert that means a lot of dust and sand going everywhere.

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    Windy

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    Alex and I wanted to go camping in the dessert at least one night.
    The day we decided to go we set off a bit to late and it was already dark when we arrived on a good spot to set the tent.
    On the way there we went down 2 times luckily nobody got hurt.
    Just when we had the tent up a sand storm came. This really sucked because the tent was not fixed to the ground yet. While Alex was holding the tent down I rolled the bike to the wind side and fixed the tent to it with all the ropes we had.
    Together we worked hard to build a sort of dyke of sand and rocks so the wind could not go under the tent.
    After an hour of hard work we secured the tent and we went to bed.

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    Alex we survived it!!
    The rest of the day and evening we took time off to just chill, the sandstorm was a wild adventure.

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    Went up the big dune again to see the sunset behind Hassi Labied.
    But this time I came prepared.

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    I think I don’t need to say anything here.

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    Alex looking at the stars.

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    The day we had planned a camel tour on dromedaries we had some time to wonder around so we walked a bit in the black dessert just outside of town.

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    Nothing just one lonely tree.

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    There we go into the dessert with each our own dromedaries.

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    And are you comfortable Alex?

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    Classic

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    Maybe you have all seen enough of the dessert.
    Well I am still amazed by it.

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    Our camp after 1,5 hours of riding.

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    Looking at the constilation Orion.

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    My ride in the dessert Berta 48.

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    That morning there was a dromedaries on the handbrake on top of a dune near to our camp.

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    On the way back to the Hostel.
    The next day we wanted to leave Hassi Labied to move towards the coast.

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    We were fully packed and ready to go, only the bike felt different, it did not have the power it used to have. This tells me two things the oil needs to be changed and the air filter is probably blocked because of the dessert dust.
    When I tried to turn the heavy bike around I drove off the road to make the turn but when I tried to get back on the road the front wheel diged in some loose sand and I lost control of the bike. We crashed hard on the road luckily with low speed but still it sucked.
    The deer antler and my lucky camel tooth where crushed the cockpit was bend back and a lot of oil spilled. The oil spilled made me worry about the engine. when I tried to start it a lot of smoke came out of the exhaust but it still worked! And both Alex and I had no real injuries.
    We were about 15 km from Hassi Labied and we decided to split up and meet back at the hostel.
    This meant leaving Alex in the dessert to hitch a ride back to town. As i drove away from him I realized that he had no water with him, which is bad in a dessert so I dropped a bottle for him by the roadside.

    I drove to the gasstation first to get some oil and waited for Alex, he got another ride and a bit later we met at the Hostel.

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    Changing the oil and oil filter, clean the airfilter, bend the headlights straight and check the valves.
    It took me all day at a slow pace to get the bike ready again. Meanwhile we also decided that it may be better if we would split up because it is just a lot safer. So the next morning Alex took the bus to Marakech and I drove the bike to Taliouine.

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    The night before we left we went to look at the stars one more time to find out that it was cloudy, so we did our own interpretation on stars.

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    Getting some shadow time on the way to Taliouine.
    When I arrived there the hostel I stayed at was shit! the people were not nice at all and the price was way to high. for a crappy bed no breakfast and no hot water.
    The next day I made the stretch to Tamraght where Fatimazahra, Erlend and Hafsa are living.
    Here I will stay for a while.

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    Surf!

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    Tamraght.

    See you all soon!
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  7. Edouard_Bracame

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    Very nice report
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  8. Edouard_Bracame

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    Hi Emile,

    Is it a XT 600 radiator?

    Do you mind to post the pictures of the tubing of fittings to see how you did it?

    Many thanks,

    Ed
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  9. Emile

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  10. panzerrocket

    panzerrocket Been here awhile

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    Very nice RR Emile.
    Waiting for more :D
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  11. Edouard_Bracame

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    Dank U wel Emileke!!!

    ...;-)))...
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  12. Comrade Art

    Comrade Art Working stiff

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    Enjoying your trip. Keep posting :thumb
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  13. Edouard_Bracame

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    Hi Emile,

    Sorry to bother you again, but where did you find that foam to fabricate your air filter?

    Waht kind of glue are you using to stick the thing together?

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    This is a great Idea...

    Many thanks,

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  14. Emile

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    No worries Ed,

    The foam came from a local moped dealer who sels racing parts and also sheets of airfilter foam.
    The glue I used is from the brand "BISON" and the type is soft plastic glue. I think other brands will sell similar stuf.

    Emile
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  15. Emile

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    Before I really went back to Holland I stayed a while in Tamraght. Here I surfed with my friends made a short trip with Isabel to Marrakesh. Celebrated Christmas and New Year and surfed even more.
    At the moment I am in the south of Germany visiting Isabel just before we will travel to Saba . This small transition feels great it gives me the time to think about what I have seen on the way the past 6 months. And I have the time to do a update so all of you can see what I have been up to lately.
    Some have already seen me in Holland others have not, no worries I will be there for a while and only go on shorter trips .
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    When I arrived in Tamraght it sometimes rained but always with a rainbow!

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    First thing I did there was buy a surfboard. I bought this 5.8″ fish and made a poser pic for fun.

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    Every day I walked to the beach I went past this little red shack.

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    When I was staying in Tamraght, I stayed with Erlend aka Omar his wife Fatimzahra and thier wonderful daughter Hafsa who I met three years before. I helped them out a bit with the decorations of the rooftop terrace bar here is the result

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    The terrace.

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    Just before Isabel arrived I met up again with Alex who was flying to Europe from Agadir.

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    Isabel arrived and what better to do than eat at Banana Beach.

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    We spot a donkey on the way back from Marrakesh.

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    And surfed until we were tired. I was sad that Isabel already had to leave after only one week.

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    The rear wheel had some hard times and some bad maintenance, both my fault. Now it was time to do the repairs.

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    Isabel brought a spoke set with her so I was able to replace the broken spokes. It turned out that out of the original 36 spokes only 19 spokes where holding it together.

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    On the way to work.

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    Erlend filling the R4′s gastank.

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    Putting the window frames in.

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    Erlend finishing exterior walls with white cement.

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    Welded the metal grill back in place.

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    Happy new year!!

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    Surfs up!

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    Riding back to the north of Morocco the bike felt like being in its natural habitat!
    And I was feeling great because I was moving again.

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    Bye Bye Morocco.

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    First breakfast on the mainland.

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    After 2 days in Tarifa I drove to Sevilla to arrive there just in time to see the sun set.

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    I was determent use couchsurfing to get back to Holland.
    And the first place where I stayed was at Quini’s
    A butcher who has a small history museum on the top floor of his house.

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    Quini took me to a friend telling me his friend had a motorcycle museum it turned out to be a rather large collection of cool old bikes in a dark shed. In the collection: a load of Montessa’s, 3 Lambretta’s, Vespa with sidecare, a few Ducati’s, Moto guzzi’s and more others.

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    In Coimbra I was invited to stay at the Real Republika Prä Kys Tao.
    A very very nice experience thanks guys!!

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    Coimbra is a beatiful city with amazing buildings.

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    In Porto the next city on my route I visited my friend Thomas who was living in the red house.
    The red house has been rebuild by the owner Fernando. And I have to say it’s a beautiful house.

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    Thomas and Fernando in the kitchen.

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    view from the bathroom.

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    In the evening Thomas took me to see the city from the old bridge designed by Eifel.

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    And the bridge.

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    Thomas and I having the best ham sandwich ever with a sparkling white wine. Porto!!

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    After 3 days I had to leave Thomas. Porto is the new best EU city!

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    After a long ride on the bike I arrived in Santiago de Compostella where I stayed with Carlos.
    He took me to a small bar in the city center, with good wine and delicious cheese and Iberico ham.
    From Santiago I drove to Oviedo and from there to Bilbao. The journey from Santiago to Oviedo was the most unpleasant ride I ever had on a bike. 400 km with heavy rain and halfway a mountain pass with 5 cm snow on the road and snowing al the way. I was freezing and there was more to come.
    I phoned with my mother the day after and told her about the conditions and a few minutes later she called back telling me my father is going to pick me up. I was not really in tune with this decision. But my father was right it would be stupid to drive back to Holland trough heavy rain and snow.
    And 2 days after Bilbao I was back in Holland.
    The very sad part is that I lost the pictures that I took from Oviedo until my arrival in Holland .

    Back in Holland I bought a car for the things I want to do when I get back from Saba. Yes Saba, the small island next to St. Maarten in the Caribbean. My grandparents live there for a while and I will visit them for the next 6 weeks.

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    My new old Land Rover 110 build in 1983 with refitted 200 TDi

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    I still have to fix some parts but it’s in good overall condition.

    thats it for now

    Emile
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  16. DirtRoadDave

    DirtRoadDave I am Iron man

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    Veel Sucess Hiermee!
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  17. skeptic

    skeptic Been here awhile

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    Thank you very much for your wonderful report.

    What gas mileage do you average? (Km/L or mpg)
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  18. Edouard_Bracame

    Edouard_Bracame Adventurer

    Joined:
    Sep 5, 2011
    Oddometer:
    86
    Location:
    Bangkok, Thailand
    How does your bike look today, it would be nice to check the status of your camshaft,piston,rockers and the play at your connecting rod...:clap
    #58