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    Stayed in Selva and did a walk each day great place

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    Fantastic! How much flow did you guys come up on? I was nearby at Garda a few weeks ago and was thinking of making a run up north to Bozen.

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    amazing pics but where are the bikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydude
    amazing pics but where are the bikes?
    Left the bikes at home,did a bike hol in France a month ago with the wife so pay back time,she prefers hikes If i was to ride it would be on the road bike as the road climbs just go on for ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by junktrunk
    Fantastic! How much flow did you guys come up on? I was nearby at Garda a few weeks ago and was thinking of making a run up north to Bozen.
    Flow? whent to Garda a few years ago and almost this time but the wife chose this hol

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    Oh my.

    Now those are mountains.

    Beautiful!!!
    Ride on, Anthony.

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    We were at Lake Garda about 6 years ago and drove to Madonna Di Campiglio in the Dolomites...stunning place.One place I'd love to go back to soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p.doering
    Oh my.

    Now those are mountains.

    Beautiful!!!

    Sure are

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    I have an Emporelli Dolomiti bottle cage. By chance, is there any relation to the area?

    heh, after I posted this, i noticed the cage was made in Germany. not likely related to Dolomites, Italy, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink
    If i was to ride it would be on the road bike as the road climbs just go on for ever
    That would be a waste! The Dolo roads are best explored on a decent motorcycle. All motorcyclists in europe know that, and I'd hate to ride a bicycle in the middle of that.

    You could see so much more on a mountainbike - there are amazing "smugglers trails" and old WW-I trails all over the place, far away from the nearest paved roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lelebebbel
    That would be a waste! The Dolo roads are best explored on a decent motorcycle. All motorcyclists in europe know that, and I'd hate to ride a bicycle in the middle of that.

    You could see so much more on a mountainbike - there are amazing "smugglers trails" and old WW-I trails all over the place, far away from the nearest paved roads.
    I'am sure on a motorbike would be fun,but i'am not into road motorbikes,more trials and mx,i don't think a roadbike would be a waste and walking aint my thing but i enjoyed it
    Next time you can show me the trails on a bike

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