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We have just got back from riding a 350 oe and a 325 raid to Hamburg for shipping to South America November 2022.

 

I purchased my oe in 2016 and rode it to Nepal 2018, upgraded it to a 350 had a few initial teething problems but now am very happy with the bike.

 

Roberta, my partner purchased my friends old raid in bits and built that up to use for her first major overland trip. Both of us are really excited and will be posting a few updates on here and Instagram along the way.

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There has been alot of help and advice on here over the years, really appreciated!

Instagram link https://instagram.com/_noodlesforbreakfast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

 



-- Edited by dlee22 on Thursday 8th of September 2022 04:07:09 PM

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Good luck to you both!
I don't Insta, so I'll be following you on here. Exciting trip!

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Good luck, hope you keep posting the trip

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Have a great trip.

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I typed up a big update but went back on my phone so it disappeared so I'll just write a short one.

 

We have managed 7,000 miles/11,000km since we collected the bikes in San Antonio, Chile. The route was southbound through Chile, into Argentina, down to Ushuia and then north on the Ruta 40. Currently we are in Buenos Aires and will head to Uruguay tomorrow.

Really glad we are on the trip and getting on well overall.

 

Robbies off-road ability has massively improved, especially on deep gravel, she flies along now! 

 

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very nice pictures hope you two enjoy

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Loving the photos, some great scenerysmile Shame you lost the full reportcry Keep posting please.



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