Another day of dry, dusty, deserted trails in Lanzarote.
A tough ride today, the camera somehow makes the climb look easy!
wow, insane scenery! doesn't look easy on camera tbh
Edit - read that wrong!!! Thought you meant it was tough terrain for the camera!
Great thread, don't know how I missed it until now
Yesterday's adventure; 133 km // 7h 28m // 3,095m - 10154ft
Passo Xomo - Passo Borcalo - Passo Coe and Cima Valbona were the main challenges during this ride.
From around 85km it was mostly downhill, starting with an epic downhill of approx 30km. Quite chilly though at 4 degrees!
Monster ride, looks great!
Oh wow. Looks familiar (but volcanic islands all look similar), is that in Fuerteventura going up to pico Zarza? Was there last xmas and my photos look identical. Lovely peaceful place
Lanzarote heading out towards Papagayo. We are off to Fuerteventura tomorrow, looking forward to some different trails (even if they look the same!). Like you say, the riding is so peaceful, I love riding here!
What an excellent thread. Subscribed.
Seymour valley trailway today.
Today's ride (we have moved to Fuerteventura this week):
And this fella was eyeing up the chipmunks below!
This is great!
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