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East Europe to further east - mid October 2018 until...

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East Europe to further east - mid October 2018 until...

Hello fellow Vélo-ers,

I've begun a tour riding slow to Japan for Sept 2019 And i will be in Munich by this weekend. 

So far I've riden solo from Ireland to London to Paris, jumped to the German Danube. (Camped, Hostelled, workaway, couchsurfed and warmshowered of course!!)

I would like to jump to budapest ( around 10th October)to keep the good weather rolling. Then follow the danube to bucharest, then cycle across Turkey, Northern iran and beyond.

Plan is loose and flexible so would be great to team up with  good company like yourself for the next bit!

I'm a 26 year old easy-going Irish man with an interest in all things nature, architecture, music. Have been cycling about 70k per day, 5 days + 2 rest and planning days per week. Fit as a fiddle so could improve this with someone pushing me on and some help planning!

Equally I'm doing this to see the world and enjoy it so happy to get the odd train and save some energy to see some sights or cities.


If you feel like joining forces drop me a line so we can (insert your favourite cheesy motivational phrase here)




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