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Petro Camp Expedition: Costa Brava

 BMW NineT 1200 GS & Triumph Scrambler 900


Without hesitation, we packed our bags and got on our bikes direction north from Barcelona city to Cap de Creus, the eastern end of the Iberian Peninsula.

250 km of turns and more turns awaited us until we reached our destination, the Catalan Coast.

Riding a motorcycle with friends is one of the best ways to live unforgettable experiences.

Helmet: Arai Penta / Jaket: Spidi Originals TEX / Boots: Dr. Martens Chelsea 


We usually never define an exact route, we look for the places where we want to go and we let the road drive us. There is no schedule. We eat, we stop and we sleep where and when we feel like it.

 The Catalan Coast (Costa Brava), in the north east of Spain, is a 214 km coastline of the mediteranean sea that runs through the Alt Empordà, the Baix Empordà and the Selva. It is one of the most beautiful places in Spain; with Medieval Villages, beaches, coves and old twisty roads in good condition free of traffic.


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Touchdown Cap de Creus 
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The route:

Barcelona - Montseny - Cassà de la Selva - Roses - Cadaqués - Cap de Creus - Barcelona.

2 days - 540 km - 1070 turns 




Enjoy the ride!  

With love, Petro Team. 



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