Hi ya all i have just started planning my first euro tour and want some advice.
To be honest i havent even started planning yet lol i dont even have a passport pmsl
i just wanna start with a long weekend to start off with as i will have the mrs on the back. i aint even to sure where i wanna go haha i just wanna go and exploor some new places see some rely amazing things eat some nice new food maybe a few cheeky local beers .
i rely wanna do something that will give the mrs have half to love for bikeing as i have. some rely nice roads nice views oh and ruffing it in a tent is not her idea of fun lol even if i love it lol.
has anyone got any ideas of where i can go maybe trip that someone has already done or has been told about.
ill be doing it on my fazer 1000 so she will be happy enough
cheers for any input tom
RidersRest Bikers only B&B in the beautiful Central Massif - FranceTouring France Touring routes - Central Massif on a motorcycle...
Brittany isn't a bad choice for a weekend trip, far enough to get a taste for bike touring. This site may be useful to you.
Don't hesitate, mate, riding in europe is easy and thoroughly enjoyable, a world apart from riding in blighty.
2 weeks can get you to milan and back passing the swiss alps looks amazing just planning it for myself now
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Dont worry about foreign languages as English seems to be foreign to you also. This means wanna and lol - and hellish spelling throughout. You missed a lot of school.
If your missus doesn't like tents well don't take her. Simple. Take yourself to Western France first if you're nervous about being 'abroad' - this is typical for English people, if you're English. You speak about going to Europe but you're already in Europe ; better get that right and say Continental Europe.
Why do ppl post replys 2 yrs afte the OP? Seen this throughout these forums...don't understand.
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