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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by b4thenite, Jun 5, 2018.
Chilling at the hostel.
Left Murcia and came to Granada. Unfortunately, no Alhambra for me. Tickets are hard to come by. I wonder how defeated Moors feel about that.
Instead here are some photos around Granada
Next day I rode around Sierra Nevada. It's incredible. There are certain resemblances with state of Nevada.
it’s so awesome that you’ve ran into another adventure rider friend in 7 years at another country, Loving your story.
So when are you gonna MAN UP and fly over here, Mano hyung nim!
I noticed rear break line is toasted. 15 years in service now it's time to replace it. I am so lucky to find these guys.
First I went to a local bile shop and the man directed me to the official Honda dealer in the city.
When I got there I saw an original Africa Twin. And on the lift this man was working on a new Africa Twin doing complete swap job with another AT frame.
I explained my problem with contrived pathetic look of a helpless traveller in need.
He stop what he was doing and took a look at my bike.
When they looked for the part, it wasn't available in Cordoba nor in Seville.
I kept the pathetic look and the man dropped everything and got on his moped to follow him.
We rode short distance and arrived at the another shop. And they immediately worked on my bike. They found a used after market part.
I guess official Honda shop won't allow used after market parts that's why he brought me to this shop. What a service.
I really appreciated.
So it's all taken care of. Here are some photos of the friendly city of Cordoba.
I went to see a local football team Cordoba FC against Granada B in Spanish 3rd division. It was a highly competitive match with a dramatic injury time penalty for the victorious home team.
How about some photos of Granada? I love Andalusia.
From Granada to Cordoba is about 150 km. All over the mountains between two cities were endless lined up olive trees.
Rows and rows of olive trees cover as far as eyes can see.
most asian bikes use the brake line size. just a matter of the end fitting angles. Stainlees steel KlR line is on my suzuki and fits fine on the Honda xr650r forks.
This line is holding it solid so far.
Sorry, while editing the post, I accidentally deleted the post.
So here we go again.
More pictures of Seville.
You guys would appreciate this moto themed cafe.
Saw this on the street.
Left Seville and went to Huelva. I didn't find much interests there so I kept going ended up in Portugal.
Just crossed the river and immediately cool breeze welcomed me. How come?
I began to ride National road ( N road ) and felt really good. Something about Portugal National road hooked me.
I ride to faro and found a hostel near the beach.
I'm riding along the Portugal's Atlantic side.
It's beginning of off season in September. Things are lot more quiet and accommodations are cheaper.
Anyone knows what these plants are?