Route 8 days
The Atlas & Desert allroad raid is a fantastic 8-day motor trip which starts and finishes in the beautiful city Fez.
It is possible to extend the trip with 7 more days in which case you fly to Málaga in Spain and start your first day. You’re free to choose, our routes are also perfect to ride alone. The routes and supervision for the second week are included in the price, the costs for hotels in the extra week are at your own expense.
Your motorbike waits for you at a nice and quietly located hotel just outside of Fez. The food is good and people will not bother you at all. The airport, supermarket and ancient city are nearby and easy to visit by taxi. Of course you can go there by motorbike, we have selected a route and a secure parking place. At the location where we start you can also take a nice swim or pamper your motorbike, so feel free to arrive a day early.
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8 days Atlas & Desert allroad raid
Saturday the 8th of April 2017 arrival in Fez and a week later on Saturday the 15th of April also departure from Fez.
Day 1: Arrival and if desired, visit to Fez. Roundtrip by motorbike is also possible for those joining the 2-weeks alternative. Fes is one of the most well-known imperial cities of Morocco. You must have seen it once, in particular Fes el Bali (ancient city). This part with the ancient medina (the old, original part) is at the UNESCO world heritage list. Cobalt blue pottery, impressive mosques, majestic palaces and of course… souks (Moroccan marketplace))!
Day 2: Through a quiet dual road we leave Fez. Soon we bend off, and the enjoyment begins. Perfect asphalt brings you to a ski area, you can zip up your jacket because it’s not warm at all. It’s delightful to ride, what a country, it’s like you’re in the Belgian Ardennes.
Through a gravel road we enter the unmeasurable cedar woods where the trees have the circumference of my Defender. When you watch closely, you might see monkeys. These cedar woods are the habitat of the tailless Magot monkeys, the only monkey species that lives the free life.
The Middle Atlas is in the eastern part of Morocco and exists out of limestone and sandstone mountains, which offers the most wonderful colour patterns. The mountaintops reach over 3.000 metres. We spend the night at a delightful mountain lake, the meadows are full with flowers and the rose garden of our hotel is blooming.
Day 3: Via small asphalt and winding roads we ride through the Middle Atlas. Instead of lots of traffic you meet lots of donkeys, another means of transportation. It’s so quiet and a beautiful nature! Our unpaved route climbs over a mountain, no speed, just easy riding through a deserted world. Sometimes you pass some kind of settlement where people truly welcome you. Then there’s asphalt again and the woods are left behind. The Atlas Mountains are also called Adrad en Dren which means something like ‘the mountain of mountains’. We enter the high Atlas Mountains, it’s an area you must have seen, it can really compete with the States. The mountaintops reach more than 4 kilometres and the views are stunning. We spend the night in a nice hotel which we also use during our offroad rally raid.
Day 4: We stay at the same hotel and make a roundtrip through the famous canyons Gorges du Todrha and Gorges du Dadès. The unpaved mountain pass brings you 3.000 metres high and is well to ride. The intense colours and remarkable shapes of the gaps and limestone cliffs will sweep you off your feet. It’s a day in the beautiful word of the high Atlas Mountains you must have experienced!
Day 5: We leave the Atlas Mountains and enter the largest sand desert on earth, the Sahara, to visit the orange sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. We advise a two-hour ride by quad to explore the sand dunes that can reach heights of 150 metres, another option is to go by camel of by foot. We spend the night in a fabulous kasbah. Be sure you go outside to take a look at the starry night!
Day 6: By now you’ve found out if you enjoy riding the stages. Today we offer a real Dakar-experience for those who fancy it. Of course you can choose for the asphalt road, which is also beautiful. We have breakfast in the desert while watching the sunrise, which is amazing. It’s still cold when we hit the road to ride the challenging but well-passable stages. We quickly leave the tourists behind and disappear into no man’s land. You can’t get lost because, you ride on track. If it makes you feel saver, of course you could rent a Spot personal tracker at: www.satcomm.nl
Day 7: Slowly but surely we leave the desert behind and find our way on nice small asphalt roads through the Middle Atlas back to Fez.
Day 8: The participants of the fantastic 8-day raid fly back home from Fez.
Route 15 days
Start in Málaga in Spain (6 additional days prior to and 1 additional day after the regular, 8-days Atlas & Desert allroad raid)
Fez – Fez is a raid and does not have many moments of rest. This extra week is specifically meant for a true vacation. Freedom and happiness and doing what you enjoy. Of course we daily offer a beautiful motor tour and besides the beach we visit the Sierra Nevada. During these rides the sweeper car is stand-by and we transport your luggage from hotel to hotel. Our supervision for this week is included, however not the costs for hotels.
In case you choose the 15-day trip, we expect you on Sunday the 2nd of April in Málaga and you can fly back home Sunday the 16th of April.
Day 1 (15-days): Málaga is easy to fly to, we welcome you in this bubbly port in a lovely hotel at one of the best beaches of Spain where you can also go snorkelling.
Day 2 (15-days): Lucky Luke and the amazing Sierra Nevada. While creating my routes, I often feel like Lucky Luke. Most of the time I have actually no idea which route I’ll ride the next day and I’m just guided by nature and fantastic motor roads. The journey starts at the beach and along the winding tracks through motor paradise you reach 2.000 Metres height in no time in these throughout all seasons beloved mountains of Andalusia. Walkers, bikers, horseback riders and mountain climbers are all in love with this area and during wintertime it’s also a popular winter sports destination. A gravel path makes you truly experience the Sierra Nevada. We spend the night in Granada.
Day 3 (15-days): I love Spain and the Spanish kitchen. Today we enjoy beautiful Spain in a relaxed way, first we go to the top of the Sierra Nevada, which is the highest mountain of the Spanish continent, the Mulhacen, at 3.481 metres height. Afterwards, there’s the opportunity to visit one of the most famous sights of Spain, the middle-aged palace Alhambra. The road trip continues through the endless olive tree plants towards a typical Spanish hotel where we spend the night. Taking a nice swim and having a delightful glass of Spanish wine with a good meal is what follows next. Cheers!
Day 4 (15-days): The route to port Algeciras is just like the route through the Sierra Nevada a must for motorbike riders. It’s a joy to ride the low traffic winding roads that find their way through the rough Spanish surroundings. We spend the night in a good hotel in Algeciras.
Day 5 (15-days): We cross over to Morocco with the boat at 10.00 o’clock. The boat trip takes a little more than an hour and makes you realise you’re travelling. Customs takes another hour, you can get money from the banking machine, 1 Euro is about 10 Dirham. Pay attention, Euro cards are of no use because you’re in Africa, Visa or Master work fine. After the Moroccan Customs we ride along a country road where you easily get used to a fabulous country you must have been to. We spend the night in the holy town Chefchaouen, which I personally prefer because it is beautiful and more quiet than Fez or Marrakech. Chefchaouen is situated in the Rif-mountains and is also called the blue village, which needs no explanation while walking through the streets of this pittoresque and photogenic town. It’s lovely to walk through the fabulous Medina. You notice the remarkably relaxed lifestyle, which might be caused by the weed production in this town.
Day 6 (15-days): Chefchaouen – Fez The chosen route through the Rif Mountains is fantastic to ride and we have plenty of time to enjoy the sights and to experience it, because that is what (also) makes motorbike riding great. You literally breath in the country with all its sights and beautiful nature. Eventually we ride through Fez and finish in a peaceful oasis.
Day 7 (15-days): Today is about sightseeing in Fez or a roundtrip by motorbike if desired. The participants of the 8-day raid arrive at the hotel today. Fez is one of the most well-known imperial cities of Morocco. You must have seen it once, in particular Fes el Bali (ancient city). This part with the ancient medina (the old, original part) is at the UNESCO world heritage list. Cobalt blue pottery, impressive mosques, majestic palaces and of course… souks (Moroccan marketplace)!
Day 8 (15-days): Through a quiet dual road we leave Fez. Soon we bend off, and the enjoyment begins. Perfect asphalt brings you to a ski area, you can zip up your jacket because it’s not warm at all. It’s delightful to ride, what a country, it’s like you’re in the Belgian Ardennes. Through a gravel road we enter the unmeasurable cedar woods where the trees have the circumference of my Defender. When you watch closely, you might see monkeys. These cedar woods are the habitat of the tailless Magot monkeys, the only monkey species that lives the free life.
The middle Atlas is in the eastern part of Morocco and exists out of limestone and sandstone mountains, which offers the most wonderful colour patterns. The mountaintops reach over 3.000 metres. We spend the night at a delightful mountain lake, the meadows are full with flowers and the rose garden of our hotel is blooming.
Day 9 (15-days):Via small asphalt and winding roads we ride through the Middle Atlas. Instead of lots of traffic you meet lots of donkeys, another means of transportation. It’s so quiet and a beautiful nature! Our unpaved route climbs over a mountain, no speed, just easy riding through a deserted world. Sometimes you pass some kind of settlement where people truly welcome you. Then there’s asphalt again and the woods are left behind. The Atlas Mountains are also called Adrad en Dren which means something like ‘the mountain of mountains’. We enter the high Atlas Mountains, it’s an area you must have seen, it can really compete with the States. The mountaintops reach more than 4 kilometres and the views are stunning. We spend the night in a nice hotel which we also use during our offroad rally raid.
Day 10 (15-days): We stay at the same hotel and make a roundtrip through the famous canyons Gorges du Todrha and Gorges du Dadès. The unpaved mountain pass brings you 3.000 metres high and is well to ride. The intense colours and remarkable shapes of the gaps and limestone cliffs will sweep you off your feet. It’s a day in the beautiful word of the high Atlas Mountains you must have experienced.
Day 11 (15-days): We leave the Atlas Mountains and enter the largest sand desert on earth, the Sahara, to visit the orange sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. We advise a two-hour ride by quad to explore the sand dunes that can reach heights of 150 metres, another option is to go by camel of by foot. We spend the night in a fabulous kasbah. Be sure you go outside to take a look at the starry night!
Day 12 (15-days): By now you’ve found out if you enjoy riding the stages. Today we offer a real Dakar-experience for those who fancy it. Of course you can choose for the asphalt road, which is also beautiful. We have breakfast in the desert while watching the sunrise, which is amazing. It’s still cold when we hit the road to ride the challenging but well-passable stages. We quickly leave the tourists behind and disappear into no man’s land. You can’t get lost because, you ride on track. If it makes you feel saver, of course you could rent a Spot personal tracker at: www.satcomm.nl
Day 13 (15-days): Slowly but surely we leave the desert behind and find our way on nice small asphalt roads through the Middle Atlas back to Fez.
Day 14 (15-days): Through the Rif mountains we ride towards Málaga in Spain. For a moment you think you’re in Portugal, later we pass large weed plants and cross the Rif mountains with its pure nature. The coast road along the Mediterranean is one of the most beautiful ones in your life. More than 100km of coast roads, just amazing. We take the boat back to Spain at 18.00 o’clock. After 150km of highway we arrive at the airport hotel in Málaga around midnight.
Day 15 (15-days): Sunday the 16th of April we take the flight back home after a fantastic experience.
Dates & costs 8- / 15-days
Atlas & Desert allroad raid 2017 (Saturday 8th of April – Saturday 15th of April)
The start of the Atlas & Desert allroad raid 2017 is on Saturday the 8th of April in Fez in Morocco. Sunday is our first riding day. We move daily and finish in Fez on Friday the 14th of April. You can book your return flight on Saturday the 15th of April.
Would you like to know more about the extension with 7 days, please scroll down.
Please pay attention!! This is a raid, which means that the caravan moves daily. Of course you can take place in the sweeper car, however, the caravan cannot stop and wait for individuals
Riders can individually take part of our events, we’ve learned they soon find another participant with the same riding style and interests. The group size will be between 10 and maximum 30 persons. Per 10 participants we take care of a car in order to be able to offer 100% support. It is possible to reach the hotels within 4 to 5 riding hours by the main roads during our raid. Our routes are of course much nicer and more interesting to ride, but that means you’re daily for about 10 hours on the road. It is a true raid which means long riding days through beautiful surroundings and great stories at night while enjoying a beer!
Which costs based on a twin-bedroom?
Subscription and received payment before February 1st 2017: € 1.875,–
Pillion passenger: € 750,–
Attention please: After the 1st of February 2017 subscription costs are € 2.250,–
The plane flight is not included. Booking a flight is very easy these days and we usually leave this up to the participants. All kinds of rates are possible, just use Google and you’ll find out.
- 7 hotel nights
- 7x breakfast and dinner
- Roadbooks and tracks for Garmin or routes for Tripy. We sell or rent the Tripy device.
- Cooperation with local authorities via Ministry
- Technical support
- Sweeper cars (transport motor to hotel)
- Transport of luggage from hotel to hotel
It is also possible to book the transport of your motorbike for the amount of: € 875,–.
Our organization is 4 weeks away from home and ride a distance of 10.000km. Due to the weight we can only transport 8 motorbikes per trailer. We guard your belongings as good as possible and transport your luggage with covered trailers. We also have a transportation insurance, however, theft is not covered. We load the motorbikes at a central place, 2 weeks before the start of the raid. A week after the raid you can pick up your motorbike at this place.
Extension/15-days Atlas & Dessert allroad raid 2017 (Sunday the 2nd of April – Sunday the 16th of April)
If you choose the 15-day option, we expect you on Sunday the 2nd of April in Málaga in Spain. Our support is included, the extra hotel nights are not included. An average room in Spain costs
€ 120,–. The price for a dinner in our hotels is approximately € 25,– which means you’ll need an extra budget of € 500,–. Of course you are free to find a cheaper hotel or restaurant. Liberty above all things, don’t do anything you don’t feel comfortable with.
We can offer motor transportation to Málaga for € 750,–.
But you can also arrange the transport easily at Nord Gargo, http://www.nordcargo.nl/en. They offer groupage transport to Málaga and have special crates for your motorbike for an amount of
Down below you find their translated e-mail with information:
In principle we have never offered transport for organisations before, only for individual transports, however, there’s always a first time for everything.
We offer transport to Málaga for € 250,– = one way (€ 500,– roundtrip), excluding VAT.
With kind regards/Saludos Cordiales
Peter de Geus
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Andalusia, a true motorbike paradise.
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In today’s route all experiences of last years are combined. This year the rally takes place in May, because it’s a dryer month than June according to the statistics. It is possible there is snow on the mountaintops, but that is what makes the EER surprising and unique. The EER can never be predicted and you are the one who decides what you can or cannot handle. In 2010 we rode through a flood area and bridges and paths at times were completely washed away, but wow, did we have fun! The off road value is at the maximum and we also think about the quad riders. Of course, sometimes you’ll ride at tarmac for an hour, but in comparison with 6 hours off road you have nothing to complain about.
On Friday we welcome you after a 12 hour ride from the Netherlands in Hotel Tatry. The hotel is in Zakopane Poland. Hotel Tatry is situated high in the mountains at the end of a dead-end street. You can park your vehicle safely during the rest of the rally. Here your motorcycle will be inspected on regular things like: chain gear wheels, brake-blocks, space bearings but especially when it comes down to noise we are absolutely strict. Open exhausts we do not tolerate.
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Day 1 Saturday: The first day of driving is an all-inclusive day. This day is meant to test yourself, in case of problems you can check with the organisation which parts you can handle. The first 30km you ride at tarmac through the beautiful Tatra to TCP1, here is the start of the first ‘Special’. Now it comes down to navigating, speed does not help you! It will even work against you. If you are able to reach TCP2 you are proud of yourself. After this you meet a unique cross court, this court exists of some serious climbs and descents and you can practice until 12.00 o’clock. This is ideal for the rest of the route, when you find the court is too difficult for you, it would be better to shorten the route a little bit. Further the route shows you beautiful Slovakia, the hills with woods which you cross remind you of the Ardennes. After this a little tarmac towards Hungaria, with great gravel roads and you get to find your way through the vineyards of Tokaj. Hotel Tokaj in Tokaj welcomes us, this is a nice hotel and an even nicer town situated at the river. Riding the whole route is pretty tough, you can of course shorten it although this will mean penalty time.
Day 2 Sunday: The day starts ‘Dutch’, via nice sandy paths we leave Hungaria. At the ‘Special’ that will take place here, everybody will go crazy. Dutch people and sand is a great combination. At a small border we cross over to Romania. At the first town there is a big change that kids will welcome you while cheering. In Romania we ride through a low hill area with great gravel paths. We pass beautiful villages where time stood still. For the true die-hards the last part to the hotel is a relief, enjoying with the capital E. We spend the night at a top location in motel Gilau, dinner over here is a party. Gilau is close to Cluj Napoca, which is a town with lots of entertainment.
Day 3 Monday: the EER is a true rally and adventure and unpredictable every hour, but never boring. At one side of the mountain there’s rain and at the other side the sun is shining (not different than Francorchamps), this is what makes the challenge and satisfaction while finishing even greater. The 2009 edition went through and over the high mountains which was for many a unique experience. However, close to high ridges it can rain for days, for this reason we will now be more near lower mountains. At this third day we ride through an unknown part of Romania. The ‘Special’ goes through a rough valley and via unique mountain top villages to a lonesome ridge, only by good navigation you will be able to cross this ridge. TCP2 is in the inhabited world. One of the most beautiful roads in Romania will take you to the second part of the day. Long paths through low hills, with various crops. Truthfully a fantastic route with a fabulous ending through the woods. Before you know it you are in Tirgu Mures, a great city, where also our hotel Continental is located. It’s great to take a walk here in the evening, yep, including Mc D and KFC. The organisation in the rally: in Romania the hotels are at a 4 hour ride away from each other.
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This gives the organisation more time to let everything go smoothly and where possible, to encourage the participants. Without volunteers we are nothing, besides the crew of the CP we also have to pick up stranded participants and offer immediate medical help in case of accidents.
Day 4 Tuesday: We start this day with a ‘Special’ of 80km to challenge our condition. Once you reach TP2 you get to find the way through rough mountain scenery. The route gets greater and greater; a single climb needs to be taken. Don’t give up, follow through, tomorrow there’s more time to rest.
Day 5 Wednesday: in an absolutely abandoned 100% Romanian holiday resort we spend one extra night. This holiday resort is called Poiana Zanolor and can only be reached by one road, it’s in the neighbourhood of the village Valea Mare.
For those you love this, we build in a rest, where swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna will put your physical and mental strength back to normal level. Who ever wants to, but surely for the class riders on this day we also have a fabulous route. I fell in love with this route, 100% peace and countryside. You pass by the border with the Ukraine and you should not be surprised when a lonely soldier asks for your passport. As finishing point there’s a gigantic slope, for sure your arms will grow longer. The Discovery class needs to get a stamp on top of the slope. For the Adventure class it’s only beginning, on your way into the wood, challenging tree roots higher and higher, darn, how do I get at the stamp checkpoint? No problem, you can always walk!!
Day 6 Thursday: Already the last day in Romania, a day of nice and relaxed riding. You will be especially surprised about the Romanian hospitable population. This day will be full of experiences that outsiders won’t understand. The route is full of variation, the ‘Special’ is at the end of the day. It’s a special with emotions, only a few participants have managed to ride this ‘special’ right in one try. ‘Gerjan, the road book is incorrect’, said Peter vd Sanden. When I explain him where he went wrong, and that he just missed a way point, his only conclusion was: ‘Darn, now I have to participate again next year!’ Nope, last year’s track will not be of any help, our contest leader checks this and just throws the track away. Following Tripy participants could be an option, but we also built in a little trick to prevent this. Besides, I am never to be trusted with routes, another turn is made in no time, haha.
We spend the night at hotel Coral which is situated in Petea, the border crossing with Hungaria, nearby Satu Mare in Romania.
Day 7 Friday: Endlessly riding on the sandy trails in Hungaria, this is and remains for many a unique experience.
Day 8 Saturday: Well, the EER is almost at its end, those who had enough can choose to ride to the meeting point on tarmac. But if you have some energy left in you, you can take the off road route which is beautiful. Here, while having your meal, the award ceremony will take place. The finish hotel is not booked, because everybody is ready to ride towards home. In other words, next edition will be fantastic. Have you not participated yet? Think seriously about Europe’s last adventure!
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Dates & Cost
The Eastern Europe Rally 2016 starts at Friday 12th of May in Zakopane Poland, here the inspection takes place as from 16.00 o’clock. You can park your car safely for € 25,00 per week.
Saturday the 13th of May the rally starts at 08.00 o’clock, up and including Saturday the 20th of May the rally caravan moves daily to finish again in Zakopane.
What are the costs?
Registration and payment before the 15th of February: € 1.750,00.
Assistance obliged (unless own assistance vehicle): € 250,00.
After February 15th the costs for registration are € 2.250,00 (including assistance!).
When the participant has its own assistance vehicle during the rally, the registration costs are € 1.750,00 (thus exclusive assistance from the organisation).
- 8 hotel reservations
- Daily breakfast and dinner
- Road books + way points
- Medical assistance
- Technical assistance
- Sweep cars (transportation of the motorcycle to the hotel)
- Sweep motorcycle
Assistance during rally : option 1 via organisation: included in subscription money!
- Transport of rally box (Model: Pierre Henry, for sale at Hornbach) with spare parts, gears, etc.
- Sports bag with personal things
- Technical support.
Assistance during rally: option 2
- Making use of personal assistance vehicle, possible as a team with more riders.
- Assistance uses personal maps and GPS. We provide addresses and way points of the hotels.
- Costs for a vehicle with 1 person: € 1.250,00
For every extra person we charge € 1000,00 (p.p.)
Hotel stays with breakfast/dinner included.
- With groups of 8 persons assistance is free!
This in case of 1 vehicle with 1 driver.
Extra transport of vehicle:
- Return motorcycle transport from RBC to Zakopane € 200,00
- Return quad transport from RBC to Zakopane € 400,00
To subscribe please fill out the REGISTRATION FORM under REGISTER
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Dates & Costs
For only € 1.650,00 per person you get to join this perfectly organised off road raid through Northeast Spain. The Funduro Raid is suitable for off road motorcycles until maximum 150Kg and a fuel capacity for 150Km, also mount a Tripy and you are good to go.
Mounting the Tripy takes only a minute, but off course you can also ride with a road book. For the mentioned amount your motorcycle will be transported, you will spend 7 nights in good hotels and 5 times breakfast and dinner are included. You do need to take care of the air ticket yourself, but often this only costs about € 150,00 (return air ticket). Register quickly by sending an e-mail, with 16 participants we are fully booked for this rally.
To subscribe please fill out THE REGISTRATION FORM under REGISTER.
Day 0 Saturday – Girona Aeroport:
You can use to fly in or even better, arrive a day early on Friday which gives you the opportunity to ride a nice enduro route. This enduro route has a length of 200Km, but you can make it as long as you wish, because this spectacular route goes around the hotel. Therefore the perfect day to loosen your lazy muscles and test your motorcycle for tomorrow’s long rally stage. Ps. Girona Aeroport is also within an hour’s reach by train from Barcelona Aeroport.
Day 1 Sunday – Oliana:
A real rally stage of no less than 280Km through the fantastic Pyrenees. Beautiful, many times you are at 1.500 Metres of height and you pass by great rocks.
The Pyrenees on studded tyres is almost too good to be true. We spend the night in the hotel of Esteve Pujol, where stands -you won’t believe it- a Repsel Dakar KTM at the reception, complete and ready to take off. The restaurant is full with trophies, amongst which a big one of the 6-day tour in Assen, I believe from 1986.
Day 2 Monday – Lleida:
Enjoying the flared Pyrenees, while you have plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful sight of the high Pyrenees. We spend the night in a luxurious hotel in Lleida, where both sauna and swimming pool are perfect to loosen your muscles after a great off road day with a length of 250km.
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Day 3 Tuesday – Zaragoza:
Today we are riding through real canyons, you think you are in a cowboy area, with a true enduro paradise in the afternoon. The night we spend at Zaragoza, which is a beautiful town.
Day 4 Wednesday – Castellon:
A tough and spectacular rally stage of 380Km through desert like landscape and rough mountains towards Castellon, which is situated at the Costa del Azahar. 300 Km of 100% off road on tracks that wouldn’t look bad at Dakar. Today no time to play, but enough time to be surprised about the beautiful route. You need to be concentrated for sure, misjudging one turn and you will be down in the ravine.
Day 5 Thursday – Castellon:
Leaving your sorrows behind, with for those who fancy it, a short ride with pretty awesome single tracks and great views on the Costa Azahar. Waking up slowly with lots of coffee while staring at the sea. Coddle your motorcycle and darn, you want to ride again! A short day with tourist elements for those loving a real enduro park with endless single tracks. Best part is riding with the wind from terrace to terrace and the beach and darn, back to the same hotel as where you took off this morning.
Day 6 Friday – Valencia:
An enduro day of 120Km to Valencia. The last route to Valencia is full with everything. Endlessly through a river bed with cuts of grit. Taking of in first gear is not recommendable -it’s like you are in the sand dunes- but second gear will do, change gear quickly and after 10Km you are completely demolished. Afterwards you can exhale on beautiful mountain roads and orchards full with oranges, with of course alternately tough single tracks.
Day 7 Saturday – Valencia:
The motorcycles are made ready for transport, so no more riding today. You can fly whenever you want, however a visit to Valencia is more than worth it.
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