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Travelling to italy this week

Hello everyone. I am going to take my first big trip from uk to Italy on my own and a bit apprehensive as i have never travelled on my on by motkrbike for such a lenght. Will take me about 5 days to get down , foing to reims and then D roads from there . Is there anyone going that way? Thanks. Max
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Hello everyone. I am going to take my first big trip from uk to Italy on my own and a bit apprehensive as i have never travelled on my on by motkrbike for such a lenght. Will take me about 5 days to get down , foing to reims and then D roads from there . Is there anyone going that way? Thanks. Max

You’ll have an awesome time!

Do you know which way you are going over the tops? I went from Chamonix over the Col du Grand Saint Bernard and down to Aosta. Was such a laugh. Not sure if it is late enough in season yet, though?
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Hey Rachel

Yes i am doing route Napoleon down to Nice . Its still a bit early for the alps and passes but doing it on the way back....
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Everything will be fine. Europe is very easy to travel with lots of friendly people everwhere who can help if something happens.

Only tip I have is to not ride too much every day (if possible) personally I try to ride 3-4 hours per day with plenty of stops, taking it easy.


You'll love Italy, some of the best roads + scenery and food anywhere!
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