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|Subject: roads you would like to travel on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:31 am|| |
is there any roads you have seen in pictures or on the internet you would like to take your silverwing on but are just to far away
i would like to take my silverwing on this road in flinders chase national park south australia
Silver Wing Guru
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|Subject: Re: roads you would like to travel on Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:19 am|| |
As long as they are rideable I reckon that would be good enough for my meagre needs.
The pic abover certainly looks to fit the bill!!!!
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|Subject: Re: roads you would like to travel on Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:32 pm|| |
Silver Wing Guru
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|Subject: Re: roads you would like to travel on Wed Feb 06, 2013 6:36 pm|| |
So when is the Silverwing shipping out to Oz then Paul?
Here is one road we hope to ride when we go to the Picos de Europa, hopefully in June. Should have gone last year but unforeseen circumstances made in impossible. Better luck this year.
Espinama to Fuente De
In Google Earth search Espinama . Then open Street view and ride all the way to Fuente De.
Go passed the hotel to the car park (tractor on the road) and have a look at the rock.
View from the cable car station looking down. I'm not sure if I have the nerves for this ride. The grey is the hotel and beside it is the car park.
Another cracking road is the Route des Grande Alpes. Sixteen alpine passes in total, the road goes from Thonon les Bains on the southern shore of Lake Geneva to Menton on the Mediterranean coast. If I get to do it this year it will be by Mazda MX5 with the top down so I can pretend I'm on the Silverwing.