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"We can offer third party liability insurance valid for all European countries for a minimum period of 2 months and a maximum period of 12 months, provided you are 25 years of age or older. At present the premium amounts to Euro for a period of 2 months, and Euro for every following month. However, we are aexpecting an increase in premiums per , 2001 and of course we cannot predict what the premiums for the year 2002 will be. For drivers between 21-24 years of age there is a 25% surcharge to the premium. It is impossible at this moment to say if the far Eastern countries such as India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran can be included in the coverage. This will mainly depend on how the present political situation will develop. Perhaps you can contact us again towards the end of this year or 1-2 months prior to your departure to India for a definite offer."

Am in the market for a light sport tourer next year and, coincidentally, these are the two finalists. (Leftover 16 SDGT for probably $15k and leftover 17 N1K for $10k) Leftover because neither of these bikes sell for a shit in America. Going to their respective forums is hilarious. No real complaints on the N1K and SD-GT failures/recalls/people giving up and selling galore. I own 16 Tuono so I know forums with people bitching about broken shit. (See: 11-15 Tuonos and the ASSLOADS of problems they had. So I know about bitching but those SD-GT forums take the cake.) Heart says SD-GT head says N1K. Plenty of time still to decide.

The reason Jawa stopped the development of the 500cc four-stroke was due to production difficulties. A shame from technical viewpoint, but economically understandable. The new look was two new side cabins and a third one under the buddyseat. The wheel suspension was hydraulic shock absorbers with long stroke for both front and rear wheels. In 1954 the new 250 cc and 350 cc went into production as Jawa-Cz. Shortly after introduction, these motorcycles were given the nickname kyvacka (swing). The official model was Jawa-Cz 353 and 354. From these motorcycles Jawa-Cz also made lighter versions like a 125cc and a 175cc. The increase of the spring stroke lead to the decrease of the wheel size from 19" to 16". When the Soviet Union became a market, the production concentrated on the Jawa 354, that had a sidecar available. At that time the almighty communist president of Czechoslovakia, Novotny said socialists don't drive motorcycles. In spite of all this and the entrance of the Japanese motorcycles, Jawa still survived. It wasn't easy because of the changing market, and an economy that has suffered a lot from almost fifty years of communist economics. top

Maps of Route 66 Route 66 - the once thriving state highway system from Chicago to Los Angeles was paved and ready for the automobiles and their adventurous drivers over 90 years ago. It served millions of pilgrims until the "modern" highways system took over. Route 66 was decommissioned and signs removed in 1985. Businesses closed, people moved on. But really, Route 66 died? We hardly believe it, as you will see it is very much alive! The system ceased to exist 32 years ago but instantly a legend was born! Recently there are efforts by various Route 66 associations to post new signs (Historic Route 66, Historic Byways, Old Route 66 etc), however, it is not always easy to find the original roads.

Do not worry, we created Route Google Maps with all the attractions and sights that we share with you with every package reservations (hotels with cars or motorcycles). You are free to use them on your mobile device - request the KML files that you can convert and upload to your own GPS! 85% of original Route 66 is still drivable and well kept awaiting you, the adventurous traveler to explore!

In 1974, the event on the improved Nürburgring Nordschleife was boycotted by championship contenders as the track had not been fitted with enough straw bales. Traditionally, the Eifelrennen hosted motorcycle and automobile racing on the same weekend. Safety demands became problematic, as drivers asked for armco and catch fences, while rider safety requires unobstructed surroundings, with walls of straw bales in front of obstacles. With Agostini and others holding out, German amateur riders took all wins; with Edmund Czihak 's win in the 500cc class remains the only race won by a German rider in the premier class (both in the 500cc era and the MotoGP era). The Eifelrennen in spring became an automobile event, and the GP became a separate event in August.

Waldecy Filho e Waldecy Neto

Initially, I would like to congratulate the Eaglerider for seriousness and
professionalism in organizing the tour of Route 66. Have a realized dream without had no problem made that dream even more amazing.
The support of guides, Alex and Phillip, was fundamental to this achievement. Were our guardian angels on the roads.
Alex (Frank Boy), following us in the van, always attentive in providing ice water in all the stops and taking care of all the check-in at hotels.
And that special person who is Phillip, with your experience, your good mood, your motivation and affection, always caring for the whole group to remain united and happy.
What talk about a heterogeneous group of people, where they were
mixed, Brazilian, South Africans, Italians and Spanish people? Only Fellowship and fraternity, typical of motorcycling. This group was awesome!
By looking at the countless photos and videos I have recorded during the tour, I travel again in my imagination and return those places so beautiful and unforgettable.
Magical places that came out of my dreams and became reality under the two wheels of my motorcycle.
By completing this tour, a mixture of feelings invaded me. Joy and satisfaction for completing the task of crossing the United States on a motorcycle, sharing every moment of this dream with my beloved son, who was my faithful squire, my friend and with whom I divided the driving of "Jennifer Lopes" (name given by us to the Harley Davidson Ultra Electra GLIDE 2017 that we ride by Route 66).
We took the motorcycle with 7 miles and delivered with ,3 miles. Much more than a motorcycle... a road companion.
At the same time, I feel that sadness typical of the nostalgia of the moments lived in group. Friendships were created and the memory of these moments will always be the point of our Union.
We will never forget the cold drink at the end of each day of our journey and, forever, we will save in our memory the sound of the "Foto Grupo", which sounded like a call to the Union.
Dream accomplished.
Then let's dream more...

East german motorcycle

east german motorcycle

Maps of Route 66 Route 66 - the once thriving state highway system from Chicago to Los Angeles was paved and ready for the automobiles and their adventurous drivers over 90 years ago. It served millions of pilgrims until the "modern" highways system took over. Route 66 was decommissioned and signs removed in 1985. Businesses closed, people moved on. But really, Route 66 died? We hardly believe it, as you will see it is very much alive! The system ceased to exist 32 years ago but instantly a legend was born! Recently there are efforts by various Route 66 associations to post new signs (Historic Route 66, Historic Byways, Old Route 66 etc), however, it is not always easy to find the original roads.

Do not worry, we created Route Google Maps with all the attractions and sights that we share with you with every package reservations (hotels with cars or motorcycles). You are free to use them on your mobile device - request the KML files that you can convert and upload to your own GPS! 85% of original Route 66 is still drivable and well kept awaiting you, the adventurous traveler to explore!

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