Hunting in Andalusia.

Carl 350

Getting there...
Location
Spain / UK
Hello All,

Long time lurker here who's had a Hunter since June 23 & managed 7Kkms so far...... And so far Soo good. 👍

I'm a Brit who's been living in Andalusia since leaving the UK in 95.
I've been active on the other forum since before getting my Hunter, & recognise one or two of the same names here.
🙂
 

StefArmstg

Well travelled
Location
Colorado
Howdy, from Colorado. I'm guessing Spain is a good place for a 350 thumper. I admired their 2-stroke 250 street bikes back in the day, but never considered owning one. Here in the States, riding little bikes on the road can be stressful, even hazardous. I love thumpers. Even rode my SR500 from Colorado to Minnesota and back. But they are happiest on back roads with lots of curves. Thump On!
 

Carl 350

Getting there...
Location
Spain / UK
Welcome from Texas. I was stationed at Rota in the 70s and returned last year, wonderful country and people.
I'm a couple of hours bike ride away from Rota, Jerez & Cádiz being great places to visit. 👍

Howdy, from Colorado. I'm guessing Spain is a good place for a 350 thumper. I admired their 2-stroke 250 street bikes back in the day, but never considered owning one. Here in the States, riding little bikes on the road can be stressful, even hazardous. I love thumpers. Even rode my SR500 from Colorado to Minnesota and back. But they are happiest on back roads with lots of curves. Thump On!
The Hunter is mainly used on the back roads but it's capable of short runs on the faster roads locally, there's some great twisties.
Old Montesas & Bultacos road bikes fetch a premium here, the used market bike prices have always been high ☹ compared to the UK or US, classics especially.
Talking of thumpers, I once owned a Panther M120 650 single, the saying was they "fire every lamppost". 😄
 
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