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Big turning point today. We haven't had much success if finding a good direction to head upon our arrival in Italy bathe weather turning has us a bit concerned as neither of us want to be wet and cold all the time. Rain for a few days is manageable but anything more becomes unpleasant. We start the morning off by heading to the tourist info office and parking outside at the picnic table where we have access to the free wi-fi. We need to brainstorm ideas. There had been early talk ...
... lunch and went on our way up the last 350m. We passed a number of other cycle tourists, actually that's not correct, they passed us, each of us exchanging grunts that resemble something similar to a 'hello' or 'almost there'. When we caught up to them at the summit we were able to exchanged proper hellos and congrats! We hung out for a bit snapping goofy pictures of each other before we started our decent. I bundled up from head to toe in all my war, gear, Kory following my ...
... towns we were passing by the streets were bare. I had noticed when we did come across people they were now wearing socks, boots and down vests...a big change from a week or so ago when we were along the Méditerranée splashing in the waves! Since our unexpected road closure yesterday we ended up bashing on further than we had expected which put us in line to start up into the Alps today! That means we could be in Italy by tomorrow morning.... ...
... the other manufacturers, and while they are out there, the most otherwise popular being KTM and Ducati, you don't really see too any Triumphs, Hondas or Suzukis. You certainly don't see any Yamaha XT1200Z Super Teneres.
So now I’ve got to wondering, have I missed something? The evidence suggests that I have made a very poor choice. You wonder about the need for repair, and if there aren’t a lot of these around, can we get it fixed if it breaks? ...
... down the mountain. This was an absolutely blast, and one of the most terrifying things I have ever done. Although I breaked constantly (much more than most cyclists), I was still going very fast down the hill, and it was SO MUCH FUN but I was also pretty sure I was going to die (not really). After this, only about 15 km back to the hotel. I'm bad at math, but in total the ride was around 60 km, including me getting lost.
I have to ...