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8 day trip from "Gent Belguim" and back

Posted on May 17, 2018 by Sdhoker
Posted on May 17, 2018 by Sdhoker (Member Score: 0)


We are three friends wanting to go on a 8 day motorcycle trip in july.
We prefer twisted roads and some mountains if possibel.
The first and last day i wouldn't mind taking some bigger roads to get's us somewhere faster.
I had been looking at switserland and the vosges but not realy sure which roads to take.
Someone did a trip like this before? Some routes for my gps tomtom rider would help alot!
I think when were on twisty roads 300km a day would be more then enough.


Posted on May 21, 2018 by BBR-David (Member Score: 8774)

Hi there,

There are a lot of possibilities with 8 days, depending on the kind of bikes you have and the kind of places you like to visit.

Here are a few options, if you let me know what you prefer I will recommend something:

1) Vosges
2) Swiss Alps
3) Dolomites
4) Scotland
5) England/Wales
6) Austrian Alps
7) Pyrenees
8) Corsica/Sardinia
9) Slovakia/ Tatra Moutains
10) Eifel

Prepared to drive more?
11) Romania
12) Croatia
13) Norway

Plenty of possibilities!

I am also based in Belgium, so swing by for a chat if you're near Brussels

Good Luck


Posted on May 29, 2018 by Montygirl (Member Score: 0)

Montenegro has mountains sea and plenty of twisty roads. Come South on the Croatia coast road or faster on the big highway. If you decide to come this way drop me a line.

I am located on the mountain above budva on a mountain road with plenty of twisties.

Posted on June 10, 2018 by Sdhoker (Member Score: 0)

I manage to make a route for this summertrip. In this order first to Vosges, then into Swiss alps including the tremola heading back up in to scharwzwald taking the B500, then to trier into Luxemburg and back home. Took a screen shot of our map.... Anyway I can upload it more detailed,?

You are located a bit far for our 8 day trip Monty girl :p but maybe on another trip with more time your region sounds nice!

Posted on June 10, 2018 by BBR-David (Member Score: 8774)

When you make a reply you can select 'Add map to your post' then we can see the nice route you made and give our opinions:)

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