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Congratulations on this brave trip on recumbent!
In Slovenia (capitol Ljubljana), I can arrange some sight-seeing, cheap places to eat and sleep.
Aleksej, thank you for your offer for arranging somethings in Slovenia. I will indeed try to contact you if my route does end up in Slovenia. Such is the nature of travelling by bicycle that you never know what my route will eventually become.
Great website and a great tour! Aleksej told me about your website.
I have recently started reselling recumbent bicycles in Slovenia and every such brave trip is a plus for our type of bicycles.
You are very welcome to contact me as well if you stop by in Slovenia.
Lots of interesting people on the way and as little 4H days as possible 😉
Best regards from Slovenia,
Peter, great to hear from a 'recumbenter' in Slovenia! I will be sure to let you know how my plans are panning out as I get closer to your country. All the best for your business – the more people riding recumbents the better, I say! At least then I won't be stared at so much… 😉
Very resourceful website by the way. I am enjoying the many links you have there.
I just spoke to Stefano from Italy who is also a recumbent rider and he suggested we might ride some portion of your way together.
Do you already have route planned through this part? If you would be interested I would be glad to join you and perhaps also invite two other recumbent cyclist here in Slovenia and we could ride along with you.
p.s.: thank you for your comment about my website. I tried to give as much info as possible for Slovene cyclists as there was not much available.
Hi Rob, I just found your website via Peter's and I see that you'll be cycling just kilometers from my appartement in Logatec. You're most kindly invited to come over, you can sleep in our appartement and we can perhaps go for a daytrip around there. For 2 people it will be a little crowded but I'm sure you're well used to it 🙂
Best regards, Luka and Manca
As indicated in the Hokkaido Snowy Mountain Guidebook (Hokkaido Yuki-yama Gaido – ISBN: 978-4894538047).
Difficulty as assessed by the Hokkaido Snowy Mountain Guidebook, p. 10 (Hokkaido Yuki-yama Gaido – ISBN: 978-4894538047). This overall index takes into account route-finding, altitude, ascent in vertical gain, time on the mountain, and technical aspects.