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  • Online pistnbroke   england

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    Re: Riding in Germany (Europe)
    Reply #8 on: Nov 21, 2022, 08.53 am
    Nov 21, 2022, 08.53 am
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    Good morning,
    Great riding and riding roads Red Boll.
    I see you have the same idiotic WHITE van man as we have here, what a TAWT he was, wet roads and then waits till you get on them to pull out.

    I do enjoy riding in the rain as the roads are so much quieter, so you have more freedom.
    I know some people dont like wet roads, but once you get in to the right mindset, wet riding can be so rewarding.
    Wet riding gear now is so good.
    Only issue about wet riding is the cleaning of the bike afterwards, especially the CT. It takes ages.

    Anyway, thanks for posting your ride, it was most enjoyable to me, and just emphasises more how much i need to get back over to Europe.

    Thank you Red Boll.

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    Re: Riding in Germany (Europe)
    Reply #9 on: Nov 21, 2022, 12.41 pm
    Nov 21, 2022, 12.41 pm
    Brilliant videos as always RB. Always a pleasure to watch. Keep safe!  :002:

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    Re: Riding in Germany (Europe)
    Reply #10 on: Nov 22, 2022, 08.19 pm
    Nov 22, 2022, 08.19 pm
    Thank You guys!

    That white bus was a bit of a surprise. Loads of people nowadays break at the last moment to give way at a crossing or roundabout.
    It looked like the driver did brake but then still drove on anyway. Maximum speed was already 50 km/hr at that moment and there was space enough to fit through.  :730:

    I did had to brake for a black car at 4 minutes and 50 seconds in the video.
    He/she was coming in hot in that corner!  :007:

    Keeping safe on the motorcycle is a full time job is seems.  :034:

    Riding in the rain is something different indeed. You have to focus a bit more and ride smooth(er).
    Since I was able to invest in gore-tex gear I am staying dry (till now).

    Maybe I am able to explore areas more in the east and south of Europe in the future which look very good also.

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    Re: Riding in Germany (Europe)
    Reply #11 on: Nov 23, 2022, 08.06 am
    Nov 23, 2022, 08.06 am
    *Originally Posted by Red Boll [+]
    Maybe I am able to explore areas more in the east and south of Europe in the future which look very good also.

    Always welcome.

    BTW, I love Rotterdam fantastic city  :821:

     



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