Well I am pleased to say that 2022 saw us complete a full season of tours.
Well ahead of schedule this year - but lets face it we have hardly been snowed under as yet another year slips by with Corona virus ruling our lives.
Garmin have been up to there old tricks and effectively trying to make older models useless despite saying that the units are LM or lifetime mapping. They have effectively increased the map details to such a point that when you try and load it, the 660 says you have insufficient memory. It does allow you to download areas of Europe, but these are only small, so say you pick France , you cant get Germany or any other country etc etc. not much use if you are taking a trip across Europe. We are not experts so if anyone has a better fix then please let us know, but this is what Michel L'Hours has come up with. Note: I also have a 590 and the maps went straight in no problem.
Well what a year 2020 was, or rather was not, as we were unable to do a single tour this year. Lets hope for better in 2021.
The Poland tour was new to us and was very much billed as a historic tour more than one with great roads and scenery.
Many thanks to Alison for her blog on their tour to Ireland, here is what she has to say.
The Grand Alps tour was the opportunity to visit somewhere that we had done a recon on many years ago, and we were not disappointed.
Having never ridden as far south as Andalucía previously this is one tour I was really looking forward to.
Thanks to Roy and Alison for once again running a great Scottish Tour - I am pleased to say that this year the tour was blessed with some pretty good weather - here is what she has to say.