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Short introduction + my experience in HU:)
Posted February 21st, 2013 - 5:29 pm by from Strasbourg, France (Permalink)
Cool idea to create this group, thanks Adrianka :) Maybe we will find other bikers as well :)
As for me I've ridden bikes since I was 10, started with soviet moped nightmare, then Jawa, Izh, K750, Dnepr, Few Urals, Honda CX500, Honda NTV 650, BMW R1100 GS, Triumph Tiger Explorer.

I would say that Budapest is great place to begin your journeys on motorbike. I've done several Matrai and Bika hill tours, Villany region, Balaton, Tisza-to, as well as Balkan trip through Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia. All of my trips here were extremely nice, feel free to ask any details about my trips. (pics from Balkan trip: http://www.motopower.lv/member_gallery.php?gal_id=10132 )

I would be happy to have common rides in Hungary, to Croatia, Slovenia or wherever. As well as give a ride to fellow CSers, which I have done already to Eger and to Balaton.

Another thing: Be careful with police, fines are extra high, there are cameras from behind, sometimes police like to take pictures of your behind too, be careful overtaking police cars :D

Posted February 21st, 2013 - 9:02 pm by from Budapest, Hungary (Permalink)
great pictures there and great bike!

Posted February 22nd, 2013 - 12:01 pm by from San Bartolome de Tirajana, Spain (Permalink)
Nice photos mate!!! :)
I would like to buy in the future one Ural Motorbike (old style) :D , Maybe I m crazy hahahahahaha

My roots are:
1-Derbi Vamos R (50 cc)
2-Honda CB Two Fifty (250 cc)
3-Suzuki GS-E (500 cc)
4-Yamaha Fazer FZ6 N (600 cc)

My dream :D Suzuki B-King (1300 cc)

I dont know If you can see here some of my travels :D





I have to upload my photos with my currently motorbike :)


Posted February 22nd, 2013 - 12:10 pm by from San Bartolome de Tirajana, Spain (Permalink)
I for got my favourite one (It was my last travel with my "blackie".....I miss this motorbike.....easy mechanic,doesnt spend so much petrol, etc etc :(

here you are:


Posted February 22nd, 2013 - 2:27 pm by from Strasbourg, France (Permalink)
Yeah, I enjoyed CX and NTV as well they were undestroyable as simple as rock. As for ural, I could not do more than 300km without repairs :) There were problems even with crankshaft.

P.S. nice riding today : http://sdrv.ms/XQmoaB