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... with our developing plan we get on the bikes and head to Cueno, our first Italian city. We have a few chores to catch up on and items to pick up, we busted the bike tire pump a few days ago, lost the pot, ran out of bug spray, and needed another bike lock. We start our day just shy of noon and ride 40 flat kilometres into the city. The rest of the day is spend into and out of stores, a few random cheap beers and finding wine in a carton again! Something we hadn't seen since ...
We tackled the pass today and made it to Italy! Woooo! The climb wasn't so bad. Breaking it into 2 days was a smart idea and worked well. It gave us time to rest, enjoy the sites, stop for pictures, and catch our breath. We started at 1400m and worked our way up to 2350m. My highest climb yet! I was pretty excited. We stopped in Isola 2000, the ski village on the French side of the pass (it sits at the 2000m mark). Everything was closed up, and honestly we were to surprised. We had ...
Our night in the cave proved to be a success! It was peaceful, warm, protected and has us 3/4 of the way up. We climbed out of the gorge in the morning and were met with a beautiful view of the Alps in the distance. We could see what was ahead for us, and it felt a bit daunting. The scenery and area we were in was rapidly changing, suddenly there were fewer motor-vans and motorcycle tourists whizzing by us, campgrounds were becoming emptier and many of ...
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For some time, since travelling in Europe we have noticed that there are very few HDs. OK, where we have been is not the kind of country that you would expect big open road tourers, but its also where we have seen them. However, daily we see more BMW GSs that are probably registered in all of NZ. Granted it’s the highest selling model in the adventure / tourer market, which is huge, but you would expect to see some ...
... Never in my life did I imagine I could climb on a bike for 5 km strait (3.1 miles). Also, I stopped at the top to eat my lunch, a delicious salad with some left over bread and granola from breakfast. The view was absolutely incredible. I rode through 3 small towns, Carros, Le Broc and Gattieres. (This is why tomorrow's entry says Le Broc, even though I went there today). After I visited these adorable mountain towns, I had a 6 ...