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    EURoadTrip2018 – Mattighofen


    So I watched “The Bike Show” this week, the first time ever!!! because they reviewed my current favorite bike, the 790 Duke. For the most part I was loving the show and couldn’t agree more with Matt Duran’s sentiments, although…

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    EURoadTrip2018 – Stuttgart


    Pouch fitted, we left for Stuttgart, via Munich Airport, destination Porsche Museum. I have new respect for Navigational Racers! Following GPS instructions, on the wrong side of the road, traffic buzzing around you, traffic lights to contend with, all the…

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    EURoadTrip2018 – Belgium


    At breakfast we met manager Taryn, a South African whose husband (both from Cape Town) is a driving Instructor at RSR Performance. Obviously, like teenagers, we nonchalantly told her about our previous days antics, to which she was absolutely gobsmacked…

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    EURoadTrip2018 – UK


    Last year I learned to trust the GPS, besides a few early turns (my own fault), it has been reliable. Until yesterday. Routed me into truck euro crossing. Frustrating waste of time, but we survived. First ever EuroTunnel Crossing. 25…

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    EURoadTrip2018 – Alfaholics


    Special day at the much anticipated Holy Grail, Alfaholics! Unannounced we received a warm welcome and tour through the facilities! might have been the rain! Impressive levels of stock for 105 Alfa’s, dispatched all over the world! Carbon, aluminum and…

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