Morocco adventure

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Fontanero
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Re: Morocco adventure

Postby Fontanero » Tue Jun 06, 2017 6:52 pm

Another update:
Dropped off the package sent from Gary at Sportax to Doug at his wild camp today. Also took the ignition case off my bike to lend to Mick who has an ignition problem. Doug has fixed his bike and is on his way to rendezvous with Mick in Portugal. Just to add to the adventure its been raining alot for the past few days.
Nice to meet up with Doug who was in good spirits.
Just like to add if any other MT rider is in my neck of the woods and you run into trouble I would be happy to help any way I can.
Paul
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Re: Morocco adventure

Postby Derrick » Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:11 pm

Fontanero wrote:Another update:
Dropped off the package sent from Gary at Sportax to Doug at his wild camp today. Also took the ignition case off my bike to lend to Mick who has an ignition problem. Doug has fixed his bike and is on his way to rendezvous with Mick in Portugal. Just to add to the adventure its been raining alot for the past few days.
Nice to meet up with Doug who was in good spirits.
Just like to add if any other MT rider is in my neck of the woods and you run into trouble I would be happy to help any way I can.
Paul


Good work Paul, it's heartening to know club members can have support when away from home. Be careful you don't end up with just a frame :shock: that may become a popular route south.
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Re: Morocco adventure

Postby hounddog » Sun Jun 18, 2017 3:28 pm

Anyone had an update from the intrepid explorers lately?
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Re: Morocco adventure

Postby bth2bth2 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:09 pm

they are probably lost :lol:
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Re: Morocco adventure

Postby bulldog » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:00 pm

Update. doug met mike in central Portugal but had more problems with his bike so doug flew home and mike carried on, he had a sprag problem but fixed it then went down to gibralter, then on the ferry over to morocco for [5 days] he"s now on the boat on the way back to spain for a ride back up the coast that's what I know so far, more updates later, keith.
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Re: Morocco adventure

Postby MT Pocket » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:18 pm

We are making our way across the Pyrenees (slightly behind schedule) Bonnielad has fuelling probs so joining us at road points, Stu has oil-less forks so may join him. But we're all still ready to join Mick when he comes up from the real heat (FFS it's hot enough here!) Awesomeness trip so far.
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