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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by sambor1965, Sep 10, 2009.
Great report and pictures. Keep it coming.
magic Sambor, great to see the AT's doing the buisness, 1 day Im going to do one of your trips !!!!!.
What tyres are you guys running on the AT's ???
Wow, this could rival the Angola RR.
very nice and you don't mind if i tag along.....
More.... we want more
What an Adventure.
Amazing, truly amazing
yeah this is the goods
I salute you guys after seeing another venture you were in.
I know how imaginative and venturous Poles are and I learned this very well during my 4 month stay in Poland. I made great friendships and ties of kinship.
Good rides to you all.
Whenever I read a RR, I picture myself being there, and roughly plan a trip in my mind on how it could be done. This RR report is out of my league! My family would simply kill me before finishing the sentence:
"Hey mum, I'm thinking of riding to Afganist..."
Keep it coming for us mere mortals...
Sambor I don't know if you have written about bike preparation in other threads. What amazes me is that you seem to have made very few modifications to the Africas. Just the essentials, not like some other adventure bikes, which look like the touratech catalog. A waterproof bag, a plastic top-case, a canister of gas, some tools and two tires.
Stunning, fascinating, inspirational!
Great stuff Sambor, you've made my being at work on a beautiful Saturday morning easier to take!
I love that picture.
Fantastic and i recognise some of the places
great! I feel jolly good whenever I read stuff like this one. Sambor we are going to drink few beers when I show up next month!!need to hear more about this. ADVENTURERS....check Sambor's website and keep booking in for next year!
SAMBOR you are killing me man lol, awesome brother just awesome
Way cool I'm in...
This tandem's frame looks very substantial. Unless it's titanium or carbon fiber, it might need tremendous leg power.