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    Siberia on two wheels....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post


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    Fabulous, thanks for that!

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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    A good watch whilst having a cuppa
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    Wow. I'm never going to complain again it is too cold to ride a bike. Great video! Thanks.

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    Good find , enjoyed watching

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    Thanks for posting - an enjoyable watch. I'm guessing this was done around the late 80s / early 90s.

    Part of me did think sod that though; I've ridden in quite a variety of conditions, but getting caught in snow or on ice is something I've endured, rather than enjoyed - and wouldn't intentionally go looking for 3,000kms of icy wilderness to ride around in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wegby View Post
    ...........but getting caught in snow or on ice is something I've endured, rather than enjoyed - and wouldn't intentionally go looking for 3,000kms of icy wilderness to ride around in.
    It would be a whole lot different with studded tyres and if I was doing something like that I'd certainly have the studs.
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    good watch. brought back some funny memories, 45c Plus when i was there, found the worst loo in the world at a petrol station, even the flys refused to go in!

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    Another thank you - most unusual and enjoyable.

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