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    Bike friendly accommodation near Zagreb & Serbia & Bulgaria @ near Larissa Greece

    After much deliberation on the ride down to Greece via Albania and Croatia I have finally been dissuaded by not being able to get anything other than 3P insurance for MNE, BIK & ALB and have tried everywhere.

    So now looking to ‘turn left’ rather than right from Austria - and achieve Piraeus via Croatia (stop near Zagreb or further east), Serbia (stop near Nis), Bulgaria (south)
    & Greece (stop near Larissa)

    If you can recommend a bike friendly hotel to stop at in those parts I would be very grateful - mid range budget is ok,

    Thx for any help
    S

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSA@123 View Post
    After much deliberation on the ride down to Greece via Albania and Croatia I have finally been dissuaded by not being able to get anything other than 3P insurance for MNE, BIK & ALB and have tried everywhere.

    So now looking to ‘turn left’ rather than right from Austria - and achieve Piraeus via Croatia (stop near Zagreb or further east), Serbia (stop near Nis), Bulgaria (south)
    & Greece (stop near Larissa)

    If you can recommend a bike friendly hotel to stop at in those parts I would be very grateful - mid range budget is ok,

    Thx for any help
    S
    By "bike friendly hotel" do you mean a hotel that has secure parking or something slightly ......er......friendlier ?

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    Hi - I mean they have secure parking and used to having bikers staying there rather than any ‘extra services’!

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    Hi,

    Late reply, but maybe it will be useful for others.

    We're located in Zagreb, Croatia, EU: www.lobagola.com

    Lobagola is known in the overlanding world for providing one stop shop services: accommodation, motorcycle purchase, third party liability insurance coverage, bike storage, free use of our service shop, washing facility, spare parts and tyres, air, sea and land freight etc etc.

    We have garages on site for motorcycles and also full service shop, pressure washer etc etc. We can store travellers bikes in our warehouse, or just store fresh tires and parts.

    You can PM me for any info you might need.

    Regards
    dooby

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSA@123 View Post
    Hi - I mean they (are)....used to having bikers staying there
    Does this imply that bikers are needy or somehow especially apart from someone arriving in a car, on a bus, by plane, train, bicycle or on foot?

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    You can PM me for any info you might need.
    Nobody can PM you, as you have not paid £12 for site subscription.

    A small enough price to advertise your enterprise, I guess?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Does this imply that bikers are needy or somehow especially apart from someone arriving in a car, on a bus, by plane, train, bicycle or on foot?
    "Bikers = "special needs".
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