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Old 03-06-07, 08:26 AM   #1
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Summer trip, all coming together nicely

It'll be a group ride frpm the North Sea coast of Denmark to the capital, Copenhagen. Lovely, almost non-trafficked roads, maybe 60 miles most days for an 8 day trip, with cultural interst and carefully researched good eats and sleeps along the way!
I did a similar trip with the same people two years ago, that time from Helsinki to Stockholm (island hopping across the archipeligo which links Finland and Sweden. It reminded me and my (Californian) wife of No. Cal - granite, pines, clear deep water. A joy from first to last. If anyone's interested ( and for any potential tourists, I'd recommend it strongly) - pm me and I'll send a trip report.

OK trip's in late june, now it's early march, thats.....say 95 days to wait.......
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This sounds like a wonderful trip. I think the planning and anticipation for the bike trips can be a big part of the fun

Enjoy the trip!
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