05.30 Nizhny Novgorod / Moscow 400km
There is a 2x2 road most of the time, a "sort of highway" in good condition. Not good as the M4 (Moscow/Krasnodar) but good enough.
The previous days we didn't see any police car on the roads, but today there was almost a patrol car in each villages and time to time on the road all for speed limit.
We just been stopped once at the exit of Nizhny Novogorod at the main check point, like before Perm we went inside the building and they took just a copy of the bike documents. Never ask for my passport, just the driving licence.
Just before Moscow we stop for wash the Ural, of course a few kilometers after the rain start but not heavy and we reach the Bike Center by 9pm
There was some work going on the bridge at only one lane open, so a big queue:
Arrival at Moscow (Bike Center):