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Old 02-17-17, 08:59 PM
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let's face it.

It's a big world and there are more potentially epic rides than anyone can do in a single lifetime.

So, choosing and ranking epic rides depends on what you're looking for. After all, we haven't mentioned Iceland, where someone who likes scenery and off road or rough on road riding could lose himself and have a very tough time getting back on a flight home after only a week. Then there's plenty or potentially epic rides in the Pyrrennes and Spain. Brittainy, Normandy, the Rhone valley, Cote d'Azur, .......oh crap, I need to open up some time this summer.
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