I held back on starting a trip report just in case Rusty's report grew into something like the Namibian trip report. That doesn't seem likely now so here goes.
As before I will do a little bit every day until I eventually finish.
Here are just a few general comments before I get started.
2011 October -- Our Great African Eastern Cape Adventure in the Drakensberg Mountains.
What makes a "good" dual sport adventure "GREAT"?
And why is it always about the group of people with their individual characters and group dynamics that always seem to make these rides so.........."lakka"?
This is my account of our Eastern Cape Eight Passes Adventure. I didn't keep any notes, so everything is from my somewhat faulty memory and my skewed perspective. I'll try to write a piece every evening.
I bought a 1200GS just less than two years ago. I had started riding road bikes again after a gap of about 30 years but after 2 years on tar and watching Long Way Round I felt that there must be more to motorcycling than tar.
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