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    I'd be looking at something like:
    Day 1 UK to Wiltz
    Day 2 Wiltz > Bitburg > Boppard/Koblenz > Siegen >Warstein (home of the brewery)
    Day 3 Warstein > Hoxter > Goslar... then play in the Harz for the afternoon, stopping maybe in Nordhausen after doing the Kyffhauser
    Day 4 Either a bit more of the Harz before looping out to the east through Wittenburg, turning back past Colditz and bypassing Leipzig or heading south to Bad Lobenstein or even Beyreuth and then crossing through the corner of Czecho on the way to the circuit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasher View Post
    Yes, it is the hihest brewery in Europe, decent food and unlimited free Monkey Nuts!

    Hotel La Montanina opposite is really good, and right next to the Night Club you can enter by taking a slide into a basement, what more could you want?
    That's the hotel I've stayed in twice!
    "I must be traveling on now 'cause there's too many places I've got to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon W View Post
    I'd be looking at something like:
    Day 1 UK to Wiltz
    Day 2 Wiltz > Bitburg > Boppard/Koblenz > Siegen >Warstein (home of the brewery)
    Day 3 Warstein > Hoxter > Goslar... then play in the Harz for the afternoon, stopping maybe in Nordhausen after doing the Kyffhauser
    Day 4 Either a bit more of the Harz before looping out to the east through Wittenburg, turning back past Colditz and bypassing Leipzig or heading south to Bad Lobenstein or even Beyreuth and then crossing through the corner of Czecho on the way to the circuit.
    Thanks Simon ,
    Incidentally are you the chap that would’ve been on the S1000RR forum , 7-8 years ago ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbob99 View Post
    Thanks Simon ,
    Incidentally are you the chap that would’ve been on the S1000RR forum , 7-8 years ago ?
    No, never had an RR or been on that forum. Fun things, but I like my licence too much to have one long term

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon W View Post
    No, never had an RR or been on that forum. Fun things, but I like my licence too much to have one long term
    So you won’t be running an H2 SX SE as a long termer then ? 🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    So you won’t be running an H2 SX SE as a long termer then ? ��
    Had a z1000sx this year - can’t do back to back Kawasakis. Would love to have one... when I win the lottery. I’ll let someone else run the termer (but borrow it when I can)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon W View Post
    Had a z1000sx this year - can’t do back to back Kawasakis. Would love to have one... when I win the lottery. I’ll let someone else run the termer (but borrow it when I can)
    A red bike this year then ! 🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon W View Post
    No, never had an RR or been on that forum. Fun things, but I like my licence too much to have one long term
    Must be 2 journalists called Simon w then , who’d have thought it .
    He was asking about sports bike touring on an RR many moons ago , small world it obviously isn’t

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    Good call from Simon, I could play on the road that takes you to Kyffhauser all day long, it is one of the best stretches of road you could wish for, more bends than you could shake a stick at, and very well surfaced, but beware it gets busy at certain times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leedude03 View Post
    Good call from Simon, I could play on the road that takes you to Kyffhauser all day long, it is one of the best stretches of road you could wish for, more bends than you could shake a stick at, and very well surfaced, but beware it gets busy at certain times.
    Yup I'm bust doing my best to put them in base camp at the moment

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