Hi! I hope you can understand my horrible english... sorry for that. After crossing Spain in all possible directions, two years ago we broke the tradition and crossed Portugal from south to north, surrounded Sardinia last year and now we decided to do an off road trip to Morocco. Our philosophy is always the same: big bikes, no assistance and off road the most we can. This year we have been 5 riders: Albert with a a KTM 950 SuperEnduro, Enric, Joan and David with BMW GS1200R Adventure and me with my Yamaha Super Ténéré 1200. We had all gone to Morocco before but this year part of the track was new and could be surprises. In total 3100 km, most off road: Friday: Cars and trailers to Almeria Saturday: The ferry arrives to Melilla and we ride to Missour. 500 km Sunday: Missour - Merzouga, 350 km Monday: Merzouga - M'hamid: 300 km Tuesday: M'hamid - Tata: 315 km Wednesday: Tata - Boumande Dades: 486 km Thursday: B. Dades - Midelt: 309 km Friday: Midelt - Melilla (tarmac) Saturday: ride from Malaga to Almeria and Almeria to Barcelona by car and trailer Preparation: I was dying to try the Yam with the 21 "front wheel on the open Morocco tracks, also see if it was better than the GSA I had in the sand. After much load and unload the luggage in the Giant Loop bag (great bags!!) it weights about 20kg. I wish they were less but the tools and parts are very heavy. I have to improve this. This year we test the Mitas E09 Dakar tires. We can compare it with the Karoo and TKC we use before. The Mitas where better in these hard conditions, not the Metzeler Unicross I had in the front wheel, it came destroyed. The Saturday morning we woke up in Melilla.