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Old 01-08-13, 12:24 PM   #1
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2 Months, 10 Countries produce 2 beautiful movies

Hey travelers,

in the last Summer 2012 we did a trip through we take a trip with our bikes through
southern Europe, wild camping always 100km every day and that through beautiful
countryside with great people that we met.

We shot a video which has already received over 3,000 clicks.
That's why I want to share it with you too, because I can really recommend this area.
I also have the GPS tracks for the trip, if anyone has interest.


Have fun watching.
Feedback is welcome


Take your Bike to Greece - (Italy to Greece)
http://vimeo.com/52554222

Take your Bike along the Atlantic Coast (France to Portugal)
http://vimeo.com/48530934


All the best from Hamburg, Germany

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Old 01-08-13, 02:49 PM   #2
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My fear of heights would really keep me from getting the kind of footage you shot. Those were great. My favorite shot though, was in the first video, where the man on the donkey ambled by!
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My fear of heights would really keep me from getting the kind of footage you shot. Those were great. My favorite shot though, was in the first video, where the man on the donkey ambled by!
Hehe, Thanks, by the way, the "man" is a lady
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Hehe, Thanks, by the way, the "man" is a lady
!!!!!! ... I must have been paying more attention to the donkey... or was it a mule? Sigh. The eyesight is going...
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What a great video! I sent it to a few of my riding/touring friends. We have never done a trip as ambitious as yours, or as beautiful.

One of these years I hope to get across the Atlantic with my bike.....

I like your musical selection too. What is the first song on the Atlantic coast film?

Again, my compliments.
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What a great video! I sent it to a few of my riding/touring friends. We have never done a trip as ambitious as yours, or as beautiful.

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Again, my compliments.
Same here, great videos.
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What a great video!

I like your musical selection too. What is the first song on the Atlantic coast film?

Again, my compliments.
Hey, thanks, Im glad that you like it.
The Song is from Matt Costa -Astair
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Great Videos!
I have these questions.

1. Do you have a book or website or anything else for more info on the trip route and preparation, experience, equipment, etc.?
2. What camera and other equipment did you use?
3. Were these pictorial locations along the route or did you have to make side trips, e.g. the cliff jumping and waterfall locations in the first video.
4. Could you provide narrative accompaniment (preferably in English) instead of the music?
5. many roads look like they have very little car traffic. Is it because you chose smaller roads? Was it the Eurovelo route?

Thanks
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Great Videos!
I have these questions.

1. Do you have a book or website or anything else for more info on the trip route and preparation, experience, equipment, etc.?
2. What camera and other equipment did you use?
3. Were these pictorial locations along the route or did you have to make side trips, e.g. the cliff jumping and waterfall locations in the first video.
4. Could you provide narrative accompaniment (preferably in English) instead of the music?
5. many roads look like they have very little car traffic. Is it because you chose smaller roads? Was it the Eurovelo route?

Thanks
Hey, thank you!

There is not webside, sry. but i have the route from the frist trip:
https://www.google.com/fusiontables/...z=7&t=1&l=col2

you can get it also as an email with every single track.

2. Just a good small sondy hx10 and a long arm.
3. Waterfall is the Krka Fall in middel croatia neer the coast, and the cliff jumping is an the island Mljet witch you find on the track and you will also see a single line where we left the track and there it is
4. I feel like its to private for me to show too much about myselfe since its all online maybe next time cause a lot off poeple are asking me to talk more, show emotions ect. I will go around the world soon so that one gets more voice ok?
5. Well it was not so much traffic cause of smal roads and the big summer season was over as well.....we had also days with more cars its not the eurovelo, no



Greets, more questions?
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Great video. I really enjoyed it. Thanks for posting.
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