sjw wrote:Alps on R6 in July
pingvin wrote:Furka east ?
pingvin wrote:So the big question: What's most fun? If you had only 1 week in the alps, would you take the bike or the car?
I am also a fair weather biker, but my meterological skills are poor, and I ALWAYS get wetpingvin wrote:Roof if it rains. That's why I'm a fair weather rider
I grant you that, but for me there is usually only two of us on a tour, and I doubt I could find hotel rooms for 22 without booking firstpingvin wrote:Bigger group to go with. Well, we were 37 bikes on a 5-day trip in Norway this summer and 22 last year in the Alps. Pretty cool looking down the hairpins and see bikes everywhere down the hill.
You have not seen my riding abilities, for me the car is probably fastestpingvin wrote:What's fastest? R6 or your Lotus?
sjw wrote:You have not seen my riding abilities, for me the car is probably fastest
pingvin wrote:It's strange how few sports cars there are in the alps. It should be the perfect place for Porsches, Ferraris, Evo's, WRX's, M3s and other fast cars...but there are very few.
Last Summer I was at the top of the Iseran (I think) and a blue Lotus Elise rolled up and stopped under the monument. He leapt out, snapped a photo of the car and signpost with his camera, leapt back in and roared off. Lasted about 15 seconds. I think he was collecting.
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