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26° | sunny | km 146

Chaotic Border - no problem

on 2016-05-23 in Iran
At the border exit from Azerbaijan we found some old German buses. Believe it or not they still had Munich license plates on them. We could not resist taking a couple of pictures. Exiting Azerbaijan was easy and with high hopes we set off to Iran. The last checkpoint mentioned to us that we should hurry because the Iranian border would take a lunch brake soon. Sadly the machine on the exit gate could not recognize Fabis bar code which is why we arrived at the Iranian border just in time for the break.

While Fabi was waiting for the machine to accept his bar code, Denis and Basti managed to get some Iranian guy from the border involved in our entry. We were extremely lucky, he knew exactly what corners to cut and who to bribe to get us across as quickly as possible. He even managed to get all the Carnet de Passage papers filled out for the bikes during lunch brake. We tried to follow him as much as we could but his walking paste was incredibly fast. Denis even took him for a couple of rides across the border on his rear duffel bag. In the end we paid him 150$ for his job but it was well worth it. We all agreed that we would have spent the whole day at the border if we wouldn't have met him.

The feeling we had when we left the border was difficult to explain. A mixture of excitement and curiosity arose when we pulled up to the hotel where Anastasia was waiting for us. We had not eaten since breakfast and so the first stop was at a local diner where we got some Kebab. Little did we know at that time that we would soon grow tired of Kebab just like we did with Köfte in Turkey :). We all still felt tired from the chaotic border so we decided to ride a bit into the mountains and set up camp. We rode longer than planned because the mountains where unexpectedly inhabited. In the end we found a spot near a restaurant where we set up our tents and had our next Kebab for dinner.
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24° | sunny | km 381

Offroad Training - Take two

on 2016-05-24 in Iran
Anastasia a girl from Belarus who was riding with us at that time had heard about a mountain city, called Masuleh, which was supposed to be a tourist attraction. We all wanted to ride a bit offroad that day, so once we passed the city we decided to try and take the direct route across the mountains. Our navigation systems did not show any route but we were certain that we would manage to find a way. Little did we know that the path we took would end up being one of the most challenging routes we have taken so far.

Anastasia was on a Honda Transalp and was keeping up with us very well at first. But when the terrain grew harder with bigger rocks and some water crossings she had a difficult time to handle the weight of the Honda. Her confidence and strength weakened over the first little crashes especially because her bike was taking quite a beating when falling over. Fortunately her spirits were high as ever and she really made us believe that she was still having fun :). We started switching bikes and helping Anastasia over the more difficult sections. The light and small Transalp was quite easy to get through the more difficult sections for us.

Fabis BMW somehow lost all braking power on the rear wheel and we suspected it to be because of the wear on the brake pads. This turned out to be quite a misjudgment later on but for now the integral system of the BMW helped him to manage the GS offroad. The further we went the more certain we were that we would be spending the night in the mountains. Our dirt road quickly turned into a little path only used by small bikes and locals walking up to the villages. We decided all together that turning around was not an option anymore and so we kept on going. The roads were so small from time to time that we had to take off our luggage and even use our folding shovel to increase the width of the path for our bikes. The last section was a very muddy trench in which we spent our last energy trying to pull the bikes through. Luckily a man from the local village helped us pull the bikes the last couple of meters. He was incredibly strong and with his help we managed to get all four bikes out of the mountains and onto a larger gravel road.

We wanted to set up camp for the night but the man invited us to his home and to this day we are still very glad that we spent the night under his roof. Large carpets covered the floors and it was perfect for us especially because there was a small thunderstorm that night. We were glad we had some water to clean ourselves and were able to cook some instant noodles for us for dinner. We slept quite well although Denis and Fabi suffered a bit from allergies and so they were having some troubles breathing.

The next day we rode to Teheran, it was supposed to be an uneventful day. We used a large highway to make us much miles as possible and we never had to pay any road charge because they either greeted Anastasia very friendly or were happy to see some Germans. One of them even greeted us by standing to attention and shouting "Heil Hitler". Sadly this was not the first time we had this sort of contact so we shrugged it off as good as possible and went on. Because Fabi had adjusted his brake lever the day before the day turned out to be even more noteworthy. After some 200 kilometers on the highway his rear brake overheated and when he noticed the effect he had already melted most of the pads and also sealing O-ring in his brake cylinder. He loosened the brake all the way for the rest of the day and hoped to be able to repair it in Teheran.
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34° | sunny | km 0

Expect the Unexpected

on 2016-05-26 in Iran
When we arrived in Teheran our first order was to try to find an ATM. We stopped at one and soon found ourselves surrounded by a bunch of people. Everyone was incredibly friendly and wanted to take pictures and help us out. Arman a very friendly biker stopped and helped us to find a mall for some food and drinks and also to change Dollar into Rial, since it turned out that our Visa and Mastercard really did not work in Iran. Arman also assured me that he would spend the day looking for new brake pads for me and fixing the broken O-Ring. He accompanied us to a hotel. The price was high but apparently quite cheap for Teheran. After all the trouble with the brake and and still exhausted from the day before we were just glad to have found a place to sleep and a working shower. At night Arman mentioned to us that he would try to get us into a race as VIP guests on Friday and we were quite eager to accept the offer.

Still disappointed that neither Facebook nor YouTube or Twitter work in Iran, we started into the second day in Teheran. It was the first time in seven weeks that we split up. Basti and Denis met up with Esam to have a sightseeing trip through Teheran and Fabi set out to fix his rear brake with Arman. We have split the text in to parts to better explain what took place that day.

Fabi: At 12 o'clock Arman arrived at the hotel. He told me to get my helmet and leave my jacket, since he would take me to a friend of his, a mechanic, who would help me get the rear brake pads. I was not 100% sold on the fact of riding with Arman through the traffic and since I knew that not only new brake pads would do the trick I convinced him that I would need to bring my bike as well. It was easy to show the mechanic the problem. After pressing a couple of time on the brake there was visible brake fluid exiting the rear cylinder. The very friendly and interested mechanic opened up the brake, but also managed to get a lot of air into the brake system even though I tried telling him that he had to refill the overflow tank. They managed to find the broken O-ring nonetheless and Arman set off to Porsche to try and get original Brembo O-rings. The fact that Porsche brakes are completely different than Motorcycle brakes did not stop him from trying. After some time (2 hours) he returned quite exhausted because he had been searching for the right part all this time. Luckily he managed to make some very similar looking O-Rings out of a rubber sheet. And luckily on the second try it really did keep the oil from coming out. Sadly he was not able to find some brake pads but it was a start. In the evening Arman took me on his bike to see Denis and Basti and from that point on we where back together.

Denis & Basti:
At 11 o'clock we were picked up by Esam. The first stop was the palace of Shach Ahmed. We left our bikes and took the subway. On the first two trains were large yellow signs with big letters "women only". It did not stop Esam, at first we were very uncertain if we were about to get our hands chopped off or even hung but the feeling faded after a while. One does hear the weirdest stories about Iran but once you have been there you realize it is only half as bad.
The palace was quite interesting, but even more worth mentioning was what happened right afterwards. We had tried without success getting money from an ATM the day before. Luckily Basti had gotten a number for a bank employee from a bystander. He told us that it was possible to get Dollars from him and so we asked Esam to call him and try to figure out if it was possible. Couple of minutes later we found ourselves in a car trying to get from the south of Teheran to the outer North. (Teherean has 14 million inhabitants, it is very chaotic, which resulted in over an hours drive) We met at the house of our contact and after a bit of Smalltalk he got out a little envelope with the much desired amount of dollars. To give you a better overview of the conversation here is a small excerpt:
Basti: We are not sure if we are able to transfer the money in Iran because of the internet limitations.
He: No problem just transfer the money when you get back to Germany.
Denis (amused): This will take almost two years.
He: Ok, just transfer it in two years.

We were very surprised by the amount of faith he had put in us after just a couple of minutes. He was talking about 1000$ and we were very relieved when we successfully transfered the amount via online Banking in his local Wifi. Because of the chaotic traffic and the large city we cut our sightseeing tour short to meet up with Fabi and Arman.

We spent the evening in the north of Teheran close to the mountains smoking some water pipes and enjoying our day off with Esam, his sister, Arman and some other friends. Later we took a cab ride home and spent the whole ride discussing what we experienced that day.
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38° | sunny | km 132

Race Day + Troubles in the mountains

on 2016-05-27 in Iran
We accepted the invitation of Arman to join him and his biker club as VIP guests for an Iranian race. Arman brought us to the meeting place and when we got there many very interested faces greeted us. In a matter of seconds we were in the center of at least 50 or more bikers. They were all very excited to see us and to take pictures with us. We followed the large group to the racetrack. Once we arrive we were brought to the VIP stands as the guests of honor. It was surreal sitting on the enclosed stands and being greeted by everyone like we were very important persons.

In the VIP booth we met some new friends that actually had some big bikes at home. Even though they are not allowed in Iran and wont get license plates bikes over 300 ccm can be ridden on special occasions like race days. Fabi mentioned his brake problem and in no time we found two guys that had an idea how to fix his bike and knew someone that could potentially help. We did not see to much of the race since we were talking to too many people simultaneously but we got to take some pictures with the winner of the race which was very nice. Actually it sometimes appeared like he wanted pictures with us and not the other way around. It was a great event and we made lots of new friends there. We will surely remember this day for a very long time.

After some time Fabi took off with Ali a new friend that also lives in Germany and therefore speaks very good German. Ali brought him to a small workshop, where the mechanic was able to craft brake pads for almost any bike. And after some time he found blank brake plates for the GS. In two hours he would have them ready and so we all went for lunch in the mountains together. It was a very nice and relaxed break and we had some nice Kebab with all our new friends. Back at the workshop Fabi was able to switch the brake pads and drain any air from the brake fluid.

Basti and Denis bike also experienced some signs of wear. The weld of the metal bar that holds up the front windscreen and navigation system broke on both bikes. Basti decided to take this opportunity and get it welded back to the frame. Denis decided it would be enough to support it with some extra cable ties. We will see what will hold up the next 10k kilometers.

Later that night we decided to ride out of Teheran and into the mountains. Our bikes were all fixed and so we were feeling good. After 100 kilometers in the dark we found a spot and decided to set up camp. Denis was brushing his teeth when suddenly someone flashed a bright light into his face. We heard guns being drawn and rifles being charged repeatedly. Fabi was already in his tent when the trouble started. He heard a couple of men shouting at Basti and Denis to stop and get on the ground. Denis repeatedly told them we were Germans and tourists. It was a scary moment, especially after they checked all the tents and let all of us sit in front of their drawn rifles. Luckily once they realized we weren't a threat, they started to calm down and check our passports. They told us this was a military zone. We had no idea because there were no signs except if they were hidden incredibly well. Quite agitated from what just happened we decided to take the tents down and ride a bit further down the mountains. In the end we fell asleep at 4 am, but we were very relieved not to be sleeping close to any military anymore.
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36° | sunny | km 748

Beach Day

on 2016-05-28 in Iran
After a sleepless night this day had held a little highlight for us. We discovered a fast food restaurant at the side of the road. It is hard to believe how excited we got over some burger with fries after just 8 weeks of traveling. After lunch we said our goodbyes to Anastasia and readied ourselves mentally for the long awaited dip into the Caspian sea.

In the evening we arrived at the beach. Of course we did not pass on the opportunity to get some meters of beach under our Heidenau tires. We set up camp at about one meter above sea level. Basti had been in the Caspian sea already but for Denis and Fabi it was the first time in 8 weeks and it felt incredible. The water temperature was perfect, not to cold but still enough to cool you down from the hot temperature outside. After 10.000 kilometers it was the first time it felt like a real holiday :).

On our way to the Turkmenistan border we meet a very nice and friendly family that invited us to another traditional meal. The conversation with them was very interesting, because we learned a lot about the country, the people that live in it and also about the religion. In the end we got to take the two little twin boys on the back of our motorcycles which they enjoyed very much. It also made us very happy.

Shortly thereafter we left Iran with a lot of great experiences and some new thoughts on our minds. It was the first country were we did not know what we had to expect and maybe even were biased against because of the media. In our short time we gathered a completely different picture about the country and the people. We are certain that it will not be the last time we will visit Iran and we are looking forward to our next stay there.
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Arman
2018-11-10 06:28:17
Thank you very much for the good description.And I was very happy to be acquainted with you.I hope to see you again
I wish I could serve you more and I should give you all the points about Iran and its people at the beginning of your trip, but unfortunately I forgot.
be successful and victorious .
Rolf
2018-05-19 19:08:53
Hello Basti, welcome back to the Old World!
Enjoy the last leg of the ride home!
Basti
2018-05-05 03:40:58
Vielen Dank Michl,
nein gstritten wäre übertrieben. Wir haben nur feststellen müssen dass wir sehr unterschiedliche Auffassungen vom Ende der Tour hatten.
Daher konnten wir auch keinen Kompromiss mehr finden und die Trennung war letztlich die einzige Möglichkeit alle zufrieden zu stellen.
Wir freuen uns aber schon auf das baldige Wiedersehen!
Michl
2018-04-25 21:31:52
kann mich meinem Namensvetter unten nur anschließen, 2 Jahre spannende Geschichten in Text, Bild und Video, Danke dafür.

Aber sagt mal, nur noch Basti on the Road? In Österreich würde man sagen: " habt's g'stritten Mander?" ... ???
Basti
2018-03-26 03:22:12
Richtig Tom und vielen Dank!
Tom
2018-03-24 12:48:10
dann betrifft Eure Standortanzeige nur noch Basti?
Ich bin gespannt auf Euren Bericht.

Basti weiterhin eine gute Reise.
Basti
2018-03-24 11:21:32
hahaha Moe! Da hast du natürlich völlig recht, aber dann würde der Text zu 80% aus ride bestehen ;)
Moe
2018-03-23 02:35:21
Kleiner Übersetzungsfehler: you don't drive a bike, you ride it;) 'Driving' is just for cars.
Basti
2018-03-18 03:54:16
Hi Tom,
ja da hast du recht ;)
Wir sind ja leider nicht mehr zu dritt unterwegs. Fabi und Denis sind schon seit einiger Zeit zuhause und Basti wird es wohl nicht rechtzeitig heim schaffen... Derzeitiger Plan ist Mitte Mai.
Tom
2018-03-14 12:41:09
Wenn Ihr in vier Wochen wieder in DE sein wollt, müsst Ihr aber ordentlich am Kabel ziehen?!
Basti
2018-03-13 03:52:37
Servus Michael,
WOW das freut uns riesig! Vielen Dank für die netten Worte. Es ist wirklich viel zu lesen und wir haben uns immer gefragt ob das wirklich jemand liest... Also Danke für die Aufklärung! ;)
Schick uns doch bitte ne FB Nachricht oder ne Mail, in den deutschen Norden werden sicher bald mal aufbrechen. Denn von Deutschland haben wir wirklich noch nicht viel gesehen...
Liebe Grüße nach "oben" und ein paar Stories kommen noch...
Michael
2018-03-09 14:20:42
Moin Männers!
Nachdem ich vor einiger Zeit alle Eure Video geschaut habe, hab ich jede freie Minute in den letzten Tagen genutzt um Euren Blog von vorne bis hinten zu lesen (inkl. der beiden Alt-Touren).
Was soll ich sagen, außer, dass mein Leben jetzt keinen Sinn mehr hat, weil ich nichts mehr zu lesen habe:

MEGA GEILE STORY!
Es hat mir so unfassbar viel Spaß gemacht Eure Geschichten zu lesen, danke dafür!

Solltet Ihr jemand in den Deutschen Norden kommen, bitte bescheid geben! Lade Euch gerne auf ein oder zwei Bier ein :D

Gonzalo Bueno
2017-12-10 16:58:43
It was a pleasure
Basti
2017-11-06 20:01:23
Hi Thai, thank you, yes we are having a great time in Ecuador right now.
I enjoyed the night in Big Sur a lot and will always remember you and your nice family! Hope all is well!

Also thank you MHMT and Fred. We still have half a year left with hopefully plenty of adventures to come :)
Thai
2017-11-03 06:08:09
Hi Sebastian, this is Thai. You stopped by my camp site at Bigsur California. I was with my mother and 2 kids. Hope you are doing well...have fun and good luck with your journey.
Mhmt
2017-10-21 22:04:48
Great story with great team!
Fred
2017-10-06 10:28:42
Man what a fantastic journey,i am jalous!
Thanks for the beatiful recordings!
And safe travels!
Good luck to you all
Warm greet fred,the netherlands
Rolf
2017-07-29 20:16:20
Hi guys, hope it is not too hot in CA. Was trying to see how you were doing but have not seen a tracker signal since Thursday. All good? Need any help? Have a great weekend. Rolf
Basti
2017-07-29 11:21:49
Hi Robert,
vielen danke für deine Kritik! Haben wir bisher noch nicht gehabt. Dass wir ziemlich hinten dran sind ist absolut richtig, wir nehmen uns gerade eine kleine Auszeit um aufzuholen.
Allerdings kann ich deinen Punkt zu den Sponsoren und Spenden überhaupt nicht nachvollziehen. Wir sind überrascht und froh wie wenig wir die Sponsoren erwähnen müssen. Außer in der eher kleinen Rubrik Support kommt eigentlich nichts in der Richtung vor.
In den nächsten Wochen werden wir auf jeden Fall zügig aufschließen und du darfst viele neue Berichte und Videos erwarten :)
Robert
2017-07-29 10:37:56
Korrektur des ersten Satzesvon vorher:
Ich finde Eure Tour sehr interessant.
Robert
2017-07-29 10:36:51
Hallo,
ich hab Euch in Osoyoos am Campingplatz getroffen und finde Eure Tour. Leider find ich Euren Internetauftritt nicht besonders aktuell.
Mit am meisten Raum nimmt der Verweis auf gesponsorte Produkte und der Aufruf zu Spenden ein
Schade.
Webseiten anderer Weltreisender sind da wesentlich interessanter und aktueller mit mehr persönlichen Eindrücken.
Da drückt man dann vielleicht auch mal eher auf den Spenden Button.
just my2cents
Trotzdem weiterhin viel Spaß und gutes Durchkommen bei Eurer Tour
Basti
2017-07-28 04:25:16
Hey Phil,
das ist ja super von dir! Fabi hat bereits 2 mal seine Gabeln deswegen austauschen müssen. Zumindest das zweite mal geht jetzt schon mal sicher auf Garantie!
Das erste mal war auch eher ein Crash und somit wohl kein Garantie Fall.
Er fährt jetzt übrigens mit zusätzlichen Klemmen als Verstärkung!
Phil
2017-07-27 10:34:27
Wichtige Info für Fabi!
Rückruf von BMW für die GS, wegen Problemen mit den Standrohren
der Telelever. Im harten Einsatz können sich die oberen Stopfen lösen. Werkstätten pressen Hülsen zur Verstärkung auf. Am besten
bei einer BMW Werkstatt vorbei-
fahren und prüfen lassen.
Basti
2017-06-28 07:41:21
Oh wow! Ich hab gerade einen kleinen Fehler entdeckt weshalb Kommentare im Blog Bereich nicht angezeigt wurden! Wir hatten uns schon gewundert ;) Vielen vielen Dank für die vielen lieben Worte!!!

I just discovered a small error which caused comments in the blog sections not to show! We already wondered ;) Thank you so much for all the nice words!!!
Jörch
2017-06-28 07:29:31
Also Leute, dass geht ja wohl überhaupt nicht. Ich schaue jeden Tag ob es Neuigkeiten von euch gibt und ihr lasst nichts von euch hören oder sehen. Unglaublich!
Natürlich Quatsch! Ich verfolge seit geraumer Zeit euren Blog voller Ungeduld und sauge jeden eurer Beiträge auf. Ich finde eure Aktion super und drücke euch beide Daumen für eure weitere Reise.
Amir
2017-06-28 07:28:55
Welcome Iran Dudes....
Sebastian EBN ;-)
2017-06-28 07:28:40
Hallo Jungs, viele Grüße an euch. Beeindruckend schöne Bilder, Erlebnisse und Abenteuer. Ich bin gespannt auf die nächsten Geschichten. Euch viel Spaß, Gesundheit und Glück bei der Weiterreise. Liebe Grüße Sebastian
Steffen
2017-06-28 07:28:34
Hallo ihr drei, viele Grüße aus dem verregneten München sendet euch die Maurer AV. Wir schauen ab und zu auf eurer Seite vorbei und freuen uns über Neuigkeiten. Zugegebenermaßen, nicht ohne eine kleine Neidträne zu vergießen. Denkt an unser Elend und erhellt unser dunkles Sein weiterhin mit Euren Reiseberichten. Grüße von München . Steffen Z.
Marin
2017-06-28 07:28:30
My friends, I am Bulgarian and I should congrats you for the courage to do such trip. But I think you should better plan your visit in Bg :) there were a lot more interesting plases to see in spring than "abandoned" tourist city. Interesting name you gave to my country :)
Chris
2017-06-28 07:28:26
Hi Guy's.
I am interested to know how you prepared custom clearance and visa for all the countries. Did you do it in advance or will you do it on the run.
Cheers from Queensland
Chris

Btw. just a shame to miss out of Downunder :)
Jussy
2017-06-28 07:28:23
Hey Jungs ich hoffe es geht euch gut, wenn ihr so weiter macht wird es ja nur eine Ein-Jahres-Reise.
Viele grüße auch von meinen Kolegen der gesamten AV ( Maurer).
Ps: ich hoffe das bei euch das Wetter besser ist bei uns hat es nur 2 Grad und es fällt Schnee !!!!!
salih
2017-06-28 07:28:18
I prefer you to visit our North Sea Side not south.After you finish the north side you can ride across form north to south.
Salih from Turkey
Hemuli
2017-06-28 07:28:13
Keep stories coming :)
Have you checked if you can take the drone to all countries you plan to visit? I could imagine some borders might give you a really hard time if you have drone...
Ernst Huber( Jussy)
2017-06-28 07:27:04
Hallo Jungs bitte weiter so und viele Videos ich bin begeistert von euerer Reise.
Bleibt bitte Unfallfrei.
Gruß Huber Ernst ( Jussy )
Micha NC700X
2017-06-28 07:26:52
Sehr schöne Berichte, Fotos und Videos. Danke und macht weiter so! Viel Glück auf Eurer Reise!
Vahid
2017-06-28 07:26:42
Great! Hope to see you again soon!
Anastasia
2017-06-28 07:26:25
Don't you miss kebab yet? :)
Micha
2017-06-28 07:26:12
Super! Danke für die Reiseberichte und weiter viel Glück und Gesundheit!
Lars
2017-06-28 07:25:12
Hallo ihr lieben! Der Azubi Lehrmeister meldet sich auch mal wieder :-)
Ich hoff euch geht´s gut - In Deutschland ist es kalt und es regnet - Ich hoff ihr habt an Heiligabend ein schöneres Wetter :-)
Sonny
2017-06-28 07:25:04
what happened afterwards ? you left them there ?
Sonny mulder
2017-06-28 07:24:56
In the caves of laos where you visited one is where the biggest spiders In the world lives. Watch out haha, We saw one ist like 30 cm wide ...
Sonny Mulder
2017-06-28 07:24:47
Cool stories guys ! Keep up the amazing writing, where are some updates from December ?? :-D !!! Its so epic that you can do this trip
Daniel
2017-06-28 07:24:38
What a great time we had :-)
Micha
2017-06-28 07:24:30
Ihr bereitet uns in der Motorrad freien Winterzeit eine große Freude mit Euren Berichten. Vielen Dank und Alles Gute weiterhin.

Gruß Micha (NC700X im Winterschlaf)
Jörch
2017-06-28 07:23:57
Also Leute, dass geht ja wohl überhaupt nicht. Ich schaue jeden Tag ob es Neuigkeiten von euch gibt und ihr lasst nichts von euch hören oder sehen. Unglaublich!
Natürlich Quatsch! Ich verfolge seit geraumer Zeit euren Blog voller Ungeduld und sauge jeden eurer Beiträge auf. Ich finde eure Aktion super und drücke euch beide Daumen für eure weitere Reise.
Micha
2017-06-28 07:23:47
Super, Euch Alles Gute!
Trixxie
2017-06-28 07:23:34
Hey guys! Great to meet you in Death Valley! I took a couple photos, and a small video of you going through the slot canyon. If you're interested in getting those, let me know where it would be best to send it! Also, let me know if you're planning to head to San Diego, California. Happy Trails! Trixxie
Jörg
2017-06-28 07:23:20
Hallo Leute,
ich bin gerade zufällig auf Eure Seite gestoßen. Sehr schön und informativ gemacht. Den Tipp mit dem magnetischen 12V-Verbinder kannte ich noch nicht. Das realisiere ich vielleicht, wenn ich von meiner Reise zurück bin. Denn wir könnten uns demnächst begegnen, wenn ich ab Sonntag in Halifax bin und von dort aus Richtung Süden starte. Einen Blog habe ich mal aufgesetzt und da ist auch meine Position per Tracker sichtbar. Würd` mich freuen, wenn wir uns mal auf einem Campingplatz treffen.
Der Blog: joergreiter.blogspot.de
LG
Jörg
Lisa
2017-06-28 07:20:26
Hey Basti, Hope you were able to replace the chair in Munich. Nice meeting you at SFO airport. Love your website; what a great trip you are on! You have crossed the Rubicon. No going back.
Via con Dios,

Lisa
Maxim
2017-06-28 07:15:54
you'll love the mavic pro. got it for a bike trip myself and the active track funktions are perfect for following bikes even at higher speeds. looking forward to watch new videos from your trip.

cheers,
maxim