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Go to https://www.facebook.com/EdGold.co.uk to see Ed's blog. Travelling down through Europe on his TTR wink

Please share on your own Facebook to let Ed know we are supporting him biggrin

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Ed has updated his blog a few times recently. The latest includes details of his luggage arrangements - see here 

As I asked before, please share on your own Facebook and let Ed know you are supporting him please. A few more "likes" would be good  biggrin

Any Portugal-based TTR owners might like to make contact with Ed if they are willing to show him their area. He is hoping to see more of this great country.

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Im following ED on his facebook page. Interesting reading.  It was good to see how he packed his sidebags. 



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Good to see Ed has a few followers. It can be disheartening to put photos etc up on Facebook and get no apparent reaction. So, it would be great if he could get a few more "likes" and maybe some comments just to prove we are looking wink

Ta muchly.

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Ed is looking at possibly selling his TTR back in the UK and taking his rack and luggage over to the States.

Are there many road-legal TTR250s in the US as he would be looking to buy one so that he can use his existing gear which is built around a TTR?

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New video posted by Ed of two TTRs on the trails in the Algarve - see here

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Non-pixelated version here



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Love the dusty roads that are obviously in abundance over there!

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Some well nice rocky algarve trails!

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Now I'm a new member... When some of you come to Portugal, Just say so.


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