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#52671 - 08.08.03 19:42 Anyone out there with a sense of adventure?
Anonymous
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Hi all,
I have some free time on my hands and am looking to get out and about on my bike and discover what life has to offer on the open road. I'm open to suggestions and recommendations in regards to length of trip and geography covered, although I would love to tour South Africa with a view to setting out around October/November time.
I'd love to hear from anyone, male or female, who shares a similar enthusiasm for wanting to jump on a bike and enjoy life.
I'm 33 years old, male, and am based in England.

take care,
Darren.
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#53739 - 20.08.03 10:00 Re: Anyone out there with a sense of adventure? [Re: Anonym]
Johann
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South Africa:
A few of my mates are going to cycling from Johannesburg to Pietermaritzburg in Kwazulu-Natal the week before the Amashovashova race . Dates 20-25 October. Sleeping in B&B's, budget accomodation.

Contact me if you like to join us.

The Amashovashova is a 100km race between PieterMarizburg and Durban. Will be held on the 26th of October.

Our tour down will be about 500km in 5 days. Tar road.

regards
Johann

email:
johannwfourie@yahoo.co.uk
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#54498 - 27.08.03 16:42 Re: Anyone out there with a sense of adventure? [Re: Anonymous]
nikki
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hey there, i'm potentially touring italy in october/november, no definite plans yet. i am beginning my journey next week starting in amsterdam, ie. after buying a bike and gear etc!!
are looking for some flexible company
good luck!!
enjoy smile
nik
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#54820 - 31.08.03 17:31 Re: Anyone out there with a sense of adventure? [Re: Anonymous]
Anonymous
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I'm planning to start a bicycle tour in south chile september 20'th 2003 . caratera austral and I'm quite flexible ... I'm 28 living in Israel.
assaf
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#57761 - 29.09.03 00:43 Re: Anyone out there with a sense of adventure? [Re: Anonymous]
Paulie
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Yes me!

I'm off to NZ in late Nov. This will be the start of a year off work (whopee). It will also be my first bike tour abroad. I know NZ is not quite the same as SA but does it interest you?

If not enjoy SA.

Happy travelling.

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#57938 - 30.09.03 12:55 Re: Anyone out there with a sense of adventure? [Re: Anonymous]
Anonymous
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Hi!
I am on holidays one week in October (13-20).I´d like to go to the UK in order to make a week tour with the bike.
I´ve seen some things in Scotland
Any volunteer?
write to scapitan@alum.etsii.upm.es
Sergio

Quote:
Hi all,
I have some free time on my hands and am looking to get out and about on my bike and discover what life has to offer on the open road. I'm open to suggestions and recommendations in regards to length of trip and geography covered, although I would love to tour South Africa with a view to setting out around October/November time.
I'd love to hear from anyone, male or female, who shares a similar enthusiasm for wanting to jump on a bike and enjoy life.
I'm 33 years old, male, and am based in England.

take care,
Darren.
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