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Old 3 Oct 2015
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Post up your ride reports!

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Paul "Every county of England, every country of Europe and every (part of every inhabited) continent of the Earth" 94% done! What's left? Central America, East, Central and West Africa, Australia & New Zealand
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Hi Wildman,

I really liked the picture of your impromptu HU gathering in Ulan-Ude. There is only 2 faces that I didn't met during my own trip, Sam and you. (I think)

Here is my travel blog, unfortunately it's in French : wikibernard.be/blog

But ! I'm busy translating it in English and posting it on ADVRider : A dog with a hat - From Belgium to Mongolia on a KLR | Adventure Rider
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Smile Grecia/mondovi/Geórgia/moscow/Mongólia/China/Laos/Vietnã/filipinas/Nepal/Índia

Olá! Casal de Brasil, partimos em Março da Grécia. Toyota/Hilux 4x4 3.0 Diesel/2013; com Camper Fourwheel. Procuramos parceiros no máximo mais 3 para compartilhar custos na China.
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from Germany until the road ends

Hi there,
I plan to leave in April 2016, as soon as the weahter is good enough to reach Venice.

Start: ~April 2015
Germany-Ferry from Venice to Greece-Turkey-Ferry to Sotchi-Russia-Mongolia-Sacchalin-Japan.

I would like to share the track with someone or an small group.
The route is not fixed, I´m extremely flexible.
The only date which is fixed is the 1st of aug. or before.
I have a date in Tokyo
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Old 8 Nov 2015
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@kurvenfieber. and for the attention of everybody who will head east.

1-Trabzon sochi ferry is nomore available.you will take the sarp bordergate to georgia then kazbegi gate to russia..gate visa for georgia and armenia is available for almost all citizenships if you wish to visit them as a bonus..

2-If you plan to go through iran, best and most safe border gate to leave turkey is doğubeyazıt/bazargan, the most northern one..It seems syria problem will continue for several more years so military operations in east and south east anatolia will continue too.

All additional questions always welcome..
All the best..
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Thanks a lot for your comments, I didn´t know the ferry was closed.
Well I would love to visit Georgia anyway. So that´s a good possibilty to visit one of the rare shelters for people with mental and/or physical challenges.
A friend worked there for 1.5 years and was full of empathy for the country and the pople.
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Europe to India Fall 2016

Start / Finish: Copenhagen, Denmark -> Delhi, India -> and propably further
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Route: Denmark - Romania - Turkey - Iran - Tukrmenistan - Uzbekistan - Kyrgystan - China - Pakistan - India
Main Dates: 1st Aug 2016 - 31st Dec 2016
Vehicle: Volkswagen T3 Van from 1987
Notes: Looking for shared costs through China. Two people driving a van, not a bike.
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Start: Mid june 2016 from London (well near London!)

Cross Europe: still undecided but if weather not too bad go via Scandinavia, Finland into Murmansk Peninsula (Russia), near the Arctic circle.
Alternative will be via Poland and Baltic states into Russia.
Then my flexible itinerary through Northern Russia:
From Arkhangeslk, we can either ride to Ukhta, Khulimssunt to Yugorsk then pick up main road to Khanty Mansiysk or From Kotlas ride East and south via Kuratovo, Kyygorodok, Kazhym, Seva, Kudymkar to Perm.
From Perm, east and North via Lysva, Kushva, Yugorsk to Khanty Mansiysk. Then via Surgut to Nizhnevartovsk. Then from there take the ferry to Tomsk.
From Tomsk, explore further the Altai and Tuva, then back track and cross Kazakhstan, then explore further Kyrgyzstan.
IF time we will venture into Tajikistan and end in Bishkek where we meet with the Chris and his truck on the 15th of Sept. We fly back from Bishkek, while our bikes make it on the back of the truck.

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Starting Late May 2016, leaving London, riding a bike:

Europe -> East Eu -> Turkey -> (July20th) Iran -> Turkmenistan -> Uzbekistan -> Kyrgyzstan -> (Aug 18th) China -> Pakistan -> India -> (Oct 17th) Myanmar -> Thailand -> Laos/Vietnam -> Malaysia -> Indonesia -> Australia

I am an Australian riding a DL650 - I am seeking to join tours through China and Myanmar, and keen to share any part of the trip with fellow travelers going the same way.

Itinerary and dates are not set in stone - ping me if you want to join for any part of the trip!
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Will be glad to ride with u want n India. Also you are welcome home to spend some days.

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