Touring content: Back from Morocco and Happy New Year

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jalapeno
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Hello, just thought I'd say happy new year you lot..... just got home from 3 1/2 weeks with my touring bike and tent having wild and woolly adventures out in the wilds of Southern Moroccos deserts and mountains. Not exactly weight weenie content (more like weight wan*er...) with a steel expedition bike and 16kg of gear but if there's enough interest I'll post trip report and photos when I get my act together. I'll get back into normal training this weekend, sure will feel strange riding a 15lb bike again!
cheerio, hope you had a good 'un! :D
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Post a report.... would be good to see some 'hardcore' touring going on.

Do you have a beard? :lol:

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do you have a beard? :lol:[/quote]



haha! i think ill start doing my base miles at the start of the year as a 3 month tour.

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hucklesby wrote:do you have a beard? :lol:




haha! i think ill start doing my base miles at the start of the year as a 3 month tour.[/quote]

hehehehe, nope... adds too much weight and poor aerodynamics..... :D
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