In 3 weeks I hope to save all the bureks from the Balkans. Especially Montenegro. (yes, seriously, if I could I would bring back the whole truck ofthose with me ) After all, as my 1993 DR350 is brought back from the dead (I had a thread on rebuilding it here, which I didn't finish - boo me ), it's time to test my work on a 2500 miles voyage. (I will also test myself as it is first so long trip as a rider, not a pannier, for me) My zombie presents itself something like this now: I think I peeked inside everywhere I could during the revival process (beside the engine, didn't have enough time for this, I'm going to strip it during winter, now it's time to ride, isn't it? ) So I hope she will be unstoppable like a tank : ) Of course, got her a few little upgrades for longer distance adventures. This includes self-made rack, bigger tank, hot grips, chain oiler, 12V oultet, GPS holder and charger. The DR will have a company of my boyfriend's XR400 (which was upgraded with bigger tank, self-made rack and a ignition switch). The prospect route looks something like this: So let's say, it's not very detailed, but also not totally random In general we want to get to Montenegro as fast as we can and then chill around trying the Trans Euro Trail and exploring some minor tracks off the beaten path. But if some time is left, then maybe we will also venture to northern Albania or get on the Serbian Trans Euro Trail. Though, wethinks, Montenegro is maybe small, but there are lots of trails to try, so we won't get bored easily. Today we're riding 404 kilometers from Polish Wroclaw and stop nearby Vienna. Starting now!