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Kindly advise the fastest and most direct route from Vladivostok to Moscow. I understand from various thread that the romance has gone, since the new highway and road boring. SInce I will be doing it for the sake of doing it and will be riding a 06 Harley FLHR. I welcome the new asphalt. If you could state major cities for me to connect the dots,, i.e., Vlad, Khavarosk, Chita ,,, and approximate KM.
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PS I have driven most of Asia, Europe, US, Mid-East and Central America on 2 and 4 wheels. No Russia.

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Colbatch (Hope your bike is OK) and others.
Kindly advise the fastest and most direct route from Vladivostok to Moscow. I understand from various thread that the romance has gone, since the new highway and road boring. SInce I will be doing it for the sake of doing it and will be riding a 06 Harley FLHR. I welcome the new asphalt. If you could state major cities for me to connect the dots,, i.e., Vlad, Khavarosk, Chita ,,, and approximate KM.
Thank you very much,, in advance,,
PS I have driven most of Asia, Europe, US, Mid-East and Central America on 4 wheels. No Russia.
9500 km Vlad to Moscow

Vladivostok - Khabarovsk - Skovorodino - Chita - Ulan Ude - Irkutsk - Krasnoyarsk - Novosibirsk - Omsk - Kurgan - Chelyabinsk - Ufa - Samara - Moscow
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9500 km Vlad to Moscow

Vladivostok - Khabarovsk - Skovorodino - Chita - Ulan Ude - Irkutsk - Krasnoyarsk - Novosibirsk - Omsk - Kurgan - Chelyabinsk - Ufa - Samara - Moscow
Elegantly put.
Thank you Colebatch,,,
Having done 2,400KM in 3 nights and four days,, peripheral ride on route 7 and 77s along the sea coast of this small country of ours ,, Korea ,, averaging 60KM/PH,, I feel much better now and 90% of angst gone.
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Seoul Joe ... if you are in Seoul, you should try and get in touch with Joon (Jun) at [url=http://cafe.naver.com/motorcycletraveller]
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Jun rode from Seoul to Europe in 2009 ... and took the same route you plan as far as Novosibirsk ... which is about 5600 km from Vladivostok ... then he turned south and into Kazakhstan.
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