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Brussels to MotoGP

I'm just finishing my N. American leg of my RTW trip. I'm flying my bike to Brussels June 15, 2015 and will have a meandering trip for several months, first leg will find me at motogp at assen. After that, who knows?

Matt
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let us know where you will head from brussels...
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i will be in Europe in few weeks aiming to ride all the way to North Cape
so perhaps we meet somewhere o the road
my route (still working on it ) will be Egypt - italy - Switzerland - France - Belgium - Holland - Germany and up up )
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Well, on the south side off Belgium, You will find Chimay and Gedinne, both beautifull little places.
But both have a public streetcircuit where you can ride on, not race on.
Every year there are a few motorbike and car streetraces.
20km from Chimay, in France, you can find "Pole Mecanique des Ardennes.
A little, technical, circuit, open 7/7.
And don't forget Francochamps and his museeum.
And You have Zolder, in Limburg.
If You need more imformation, just ask or maybe I can guide You.
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let us know where you will head from brussels...
Brussels is just my port of entry on June 15. Assen race is June 27. I really have no plans on when I will leave Brussels and in which general direction I will go. North, of course, but I care not what specific places I'll stop and let my nose direct me. If you'd like to ride together and have a plan and a schedule I'll be happy to follow.

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i will be in Europe in few weeks aiming to ride all the way to North Cape
so perhaps we meet somewhere o the road
my route (still working on it ) will be Egypt - italy - Switzerland - France - Belgium - Holland - Germany and up up )
cheers
hello!
My general plan has me starting in Northern Europe mid-June (assen moto gp a waypoint) and heading generally south as the summer continues. Eventually I plan to visit egypt, probably in autumn. It sounds like we are traveling in opposite directions, lets keep track and maybe meet somewhere in the middle!

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I'm in Montreal international. I just handed over my DR650 to the cargo folks and will board my flight in about five hours. I'll sleep off my jet lag for a few days in Brussels and then *slowly* make my way toward Assen and MotoGP. Hope to see some HUBB members at the race or maybe meet somewhere in between. Take care,

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I have no real plans for the weekend. Maybe I take a day off on friday. If you want to do a trip in Belgium let me know. I live in Londerzeel, about 25km from Brussels and Antwerp. Let me know if you are interressed. I am riding an old Super Tenere 750. I will send you my phonenumber.
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Jurgen Lamberts.
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