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    Organized Tours

    Out of curiosity, who here has been on/wants to go on an organized, international tour? Where did/would you want to go? We do a few organized tours every year and it's always interesting to see who comes out.

    Here's a taste of Peru:

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    I intend to tour Europe at some point in my life but it'll probably be a disorganized tour lol.

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    International tours? I cross country borders almost every time I ride!

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    Organized Tours

    I'll sign up for the Australian leg

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    Quote Originally Posted by inspiron View Post
    International tours? I cross country borders almost every time I ride!
    You're very blessed, any kind of national border is about a thousand miles from me.

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    After 911, the border crossings are not what they used to be. I live 20 minutes from Canada. I actually have to travel south to get to the bridge/crossing point. We used to go about once a month as a family for dinners. It is too much of a hassel now. Even the kids need passports. To be clear, the Canadians welcome you every time. I just get annoyed that I am treated like a criminal when I want to return home, by fellow Americans no less.

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    I'd like to do one of these one day!


 

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