Granada (Spain) to Chefchaouen (Morocco) biketour
In October 2022, I went on my first bike tour using a restored old bicycle.
Total: 1300km in 20 days
The bike is equipped with:
- 28″ (700×42) wheels, with Schwalbe Marathon tires,
- V-Brake rim brake on the front wheel and
- Magura HS11 hydrolic rim brakes on the rear wheel.
- 3×9 shimano transmission
- 1P trekking tent from Decathlon
- 1P sleeping mat
- A Sleeping bag
- Spare tubes
- Repair kit
- Emergency kit
- Clothes (too much)
- Cooking gear
- Homemade buckets (they are useful but not the light, check here to learn how to make them)
Starting from the city of Alhambra, the heart of Al Andalus
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Malaga is a somewhat large city. I took the opportunity to visit the port and to fill up food and drinks.
A small city on the mediterranean with out of this world sea food 🙂
Got to the city after a hard 80km ride on a highway, gravel route and after being attacked by group of stray dogs. Probably not a good idea to arrive somewhere late at night :/
Crossing the Gibraltar strait
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