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Driving pleasure - Fahrvernügen

Where is a fun place to drive? Somewhere with good roads, nice turns, beautiful scenery, little traffic and lax speeding laws? Surely there are places in Germany. Somewhere in Schwarzwald would be cool. Do you have any favourite roads?
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Old 11.11.2015, 19:14
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Re: Driving pleasure - Fahrvernügen

Tuscany.

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Old 11.11.2015, 19:28
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Tuscany.

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Nice. I've done some driving there. Any particular towns or roads? Also, are potholes an issue?
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Old 11.11.2015, 19:31
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Where is a fun place to drive? Somewhere with good roads, nice turns, beautiful scenery, little traffic and lax speeding laws? Surely there are places in Germany. Somewhere in Schwarzwald would be cool. Do you have any favourite roads?
2 wheels or 4 ?
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Nice. I've done some driving there. Any particular towns or roads?
For areas, Casentino, Maremma.

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Also, are potholes an issue?
No, some of the best roads ever.

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2 wheels or 4 ?
Either.

Also, 3.

I have done it with 2, 3, or 4, but mainly 2 or 3.

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Re: Driving pleasure - Fahrvernügen

Transfăgărășan highway
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Re: Driving pleasure - Fahrvernügen

Oh, and Slovenia, at least the western part (never been to the east), great roads, no traffic, optimum condition.

I keep my POS XV250 in Trieste for cruising in the area, but next year I need to bring one of the real bikes on down (probably the sidecar).

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Old 11.11.2015, 20:03
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2 wheels or 4 ?
I was thinking 4, but 2 is good to know as well. I hear there are cool roads in Switzerland for 2 wheels.
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For areas, Casentino, Maremma.



No, some of the best roads ever.



Either.

Also, 3.

I have done it with 2, 3, or 4, but mainly 2 or 3.

Tom
Oh. Yeah. 3 wheels. Right. I forgot about that . . .
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Re: Driving pleasure - Fahrvernügen

Bologna - Faenza - Florence triangle
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