Bandidos Two Generation European Tour - Last Stop Bandidos National Run!
The tour gets better and better! The longer our two Bandidos-generations – Bandido Felix1%er (Chapter Bogen) and his father Bandido Fritz1%er (Chapter Ingolstadt) - are on the road the more the holiday mood grabs them. After an amazing visit at the Chapter Ashford/Kent they enjoyed riding through the traditional English landscape with its charming small towns, where typical good old English pubs with excellent pub grub was a good reason to stop and relax and take in the scenery.
Then it was back to France on the ferry again. Passing some interesting historical battle zones of World War II in the Normandy they cruised the next 2000 kilometers towards Gibraltar. For the simple reason not passing a clubhouse along the upcoming route without taking to much of a detour the next nights have mostly been classical backpack tourism which once again gave evidence that you don´t need luxury for an unforgettable bike-tour.
At high temperatures of more than 30° C our two Brothers made a stop to indulge themselves in a cultural programme in Saintes, a pearl among the Saintonge in the west of France.
When they entered Spain as a matter of course they first of all had to aim for the picturesque town of San Sebastián on the coast of the Bay of Biscay where they also visited a Harley Davidson Dealer. In this mountainous Basque country they enjoyed driving glorious passes, highly delighted by the outstanding weather.
A tour like this entails a lot of extraordinary experiences you will never forget. One of these was to meet a group of like minded bikers of the Celler MC at a campground in Spain, who were riding the same old school customized bikes and cultivating the same lifestyle. This resulted in an awesome evening.
Their journey led them to about 100 kilometers from the portuguese border where they made an intermediate stop at the small municipiality Béjar of the autonomous community Castile and Léon. The air was veritably burning hot, but the Shovels ran perfectly.
Next stop was Sevilla in Andalusia where they both in the meanwhile had reached about 7500 kilometers within the last three weeks. Of course they did a sightseeing in this fourth largest town in Spain which has one of the biggest old towns in Europe containing three UNESCO Word Heritage Sites. They were especially thrilled about the without exception gorgeous beautiful women who grace Andalusia. This was also one very noteworthy contribution to make this stay aestethically pleasant.