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  • Russ Bishop says:

    Great story and images Dan. My wife and I did a trans-continental ride back in ’86 (10k miles in 8 months) so I can relate to life on the bike.

  • cathy gauthier says:

    Wow! You sure live life to the fullest….Wow!

  • Melanie says:

    I find your travels really interesting. I am just wondering whether you actually stopped in Gibraltar? I live in Gib so if you are planning to come around here, lemme know and we can show you around 🙂

  • Marcus Bowe says:

    I loved this story. Sounds like an amazing time, I would love to do something like this someday!

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Melani, I did stop in Gibraltar, but only for a couple of hours before heading back to Algeciras. You wouldn’t believe how much faster it is to get through the border checkpoint when you’re on a bicycle! I’ll keep your name if I ever make it back there. Thanks for reading!

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Marcus, you definitely should! Here’s how: 1. Buy plane ticket. 2. Put bike in box. 3. Show up in Spain, take a bus to the area where you want to tour and then start riding.

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  • Marcus Bowe says:

    Thanks for the plan! I consider myself officially motivated!

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