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Offline Kurare79

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Riding in Sardinia
on: September 20, 2013, 06:14:11 PM
Hi Crossrunner-Community,

one week ago i came back from an italian island called Sardinia. I've been there with a friend i met on a german Honda-Board. He's really a good guy and is riding motorcycles since 30 years. So i am always in the favor to learn something when riding with him.


From Germany you drive to the south over switzerland to reach Italy and finally Genova.

From there you take a ferry boat over night and one of the first things you are going to see the next day is this:



Sardinia offers a variety of landscape from mountains, valleys, flat lands, hills and the sea.


And of course endless curves in all variations.


The great thing is, that there is only a few traffic. Sometime while riding you're going to ask yourself why this road has been built, because noone is there, except you.


Some scenery was taken for those old italo western movies.


Police officers are really pretty in Sardinia.




Wheat lands.


A made a little video like last time:
Mit dem Motorrad in Sardinien im September 2013

Hope you enjoy it, like i did riding! :-)

Offline DetourPhil

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Re: Riding in Sardinia
Reply #1 on: September 20, 2013, 07:00:50 PM
Sounds a great trip :))

Offline crok

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Re: Riding in Sardinia
Reply #2 on: September 20, 2013, 09:59:40 PM
another great video kurare. Well done!!
Davy

Offline kiko

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Re: Riding in Sardinia
Reply #3 on: September 22, 2013, 12:27:41 PM
Thanks Kurare.
Good trip and good video.

From July in the Alps to now the CR´s screen looks different.

(Please come here to produce a videobike in Gredos)

Offline Kurare79

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Re: Riding in Sardinia
Reply #4 on: September 24, 2013, 04:14:59 AM
Thank you very much for your comments!  :002:

Yes, Kiko, you are right. It's a different screen. It may sound strange, but when i'm riding as single the screen from the company Puig fits me best, but when iam riding together with my wife i've got some heavy turbulences on my helmet with the Puig. So i take the screen from the company MRA.