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Thread: Travelling north to south of Spain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davel View Post
    Jeans & T-shirts worked for us - just watch out for sunburn and friggin big insects.
    I'm a jeans and t-shirt rider in that level of heat too!
    No point in over-heating and risking dehydration and possible loss of control of the bike.
    "I must be traveling on now 'cause there's too many places I've got to see.

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    Make sure you do the A397 to Ronda. Go early to miss the traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becksy View Post
    And flip flops.


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    Or, ride as the locals do..................jeans and t-shirts

    Andres
    And flip flops.
    And pissed

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    Quote Originally Posted by AberdeenAngus View Post
    Make sure you do the A397 to Ronda. Go early to miss the traffic.
    Maybe do it on the return journey. I prefer to ride it towards Ronda, mainly uphill, then stop in Ronda for coffee before deciding whether I have enough time to turn round and do it again. I rode it many times when I lived in Fuengirola and it was always brilliant, especially, as Aberdeen Angus says, when it is quieter

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    Quote Originally Posted by bristolsaint View Post
    Maybe do it on the return journey. I prefer to ride it towards Ronda, mainly uphill, then stop in Ronda for coffee before deciding whether I have enough time to turn round and do it again. I rode it many times when I lived in Fuengirola and it was always brilliant, especially, as Aberdeen Angus says, when it is quieter
    Good point..... I didn't mean do it on the way down. I meant do it while you're there.

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    Thanks for all the replies guys.
    I think we are just going to gun it straight down to the Mediterranean stopping half way overnight.
    This will give us an extra day near Alhambra therefore giving us more options.
    Thanks again for all the tips, we may do a similar journey later in the year when the weather is a bit cooler.

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    Good decision. Enjoy your holiday.

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