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Old 03-18-2014, 02:47 AM   #1
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Explore Turkey Motorcycle Adventure:

Imagine visiting a Roman coliseum, riding heavily forested mountain passes, hot air ballooning through unique rock spires, and dining on the shores of the Mediterranean by candlelight. These are just a few of the highlights you will experience during our Explore Turkey Adventure.

During 10 days of scenic riding, you will have marveled at the boat traffic of Istanbul, stayed in an authentic Camel hotel from the days of the Silk Road, and taken a boat to a secluded seaside fishing village, where no roads go.

Turkey is simply amazing. Go there for the history or the food. Go there for the riding and the architecture. Or, go there to experience the crossroads of civilization and be ready to fall in love with this wonderful and profound country.

The temperature will be perfect in October, so sign up NOW and we will see you in Istanbul!


Stay in a bona fide Camel Hotel, from the days of the Silk Road:


Take a balloon ride over stunning Cappadocia:


Ride the mountain roads of Turkey. Be ready for beauty!


Explore the Mediterranean coast:


Tough it out on the sunny Mediterranean:


Visit Roman and pre Roman ruins:


Relax at top level hotels:


You should come and ride Turkey. See you in October!

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Old 03-18-2014, 07:39 AM   #2
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Turkey is an awesome county... its one of the few that i'd expat myself to.
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Old 03-18-2014, 02:29 PM   #3
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ne kedar?

Turkiye cok seviyorum! ;)
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