Theme for 2018 or 2019?

jaybee

Latvian rider transport!!!!!!
Premier Member
#1
Hi Everyone,
Was chatting with friends last night and the subject of enclaves came up.
It occurred to me that it might make an RTE theme for a future year.
Places like:
  • Llivia (Spanish enclave in France)
  • Baarle-Hartog (Belgian enclave in Netherlands)
  • Jungholz (Austria / Germany)
  • Campione d'Italia (Italy / Switzerland)
  • Medurjecje (Bosnia / Serbia)
  • Ceuta (Spain / Morocco)......easy ferry ride.
and so on......
There's even the smallest one: Ruckschlag near Monschau consists of just one house and garden.
Flexibility with location of hotels is probably a necessity butI thought i'd put it out there.
 

Jonnyp

IBA Member
#2
I was thinking about principalities, San Marino has been, Andorra to come.... Malta could be interesting to get to. Lichtenstein and Monaco..

But I think your list JB is probably better, particularly the last one, Ceuta, looks very interesting..
 

michiel kerkhof

European Ride to Eat Coordinator
Premier Member
IBR Finisher
#3
Keep them coming boys dont be shy!! I like the idea but Marocco isn't really a part of europe...Ceuta is though so cud combine with some Atlas riding in a feb weekend??Medurjecje sounds cool and not too expensive...Baarle I know pretty well...my daughter lives 5 km from there....sofar I was thinking about cheese....european cheese of cours none of that Cheddar,besides you're outside of europe now! Had Gouda in mind which happens to be a nice town....Parmazan in Italy Feta in Greece obviously France and either Danish blue or some Spanish Cheesy town......just keep trowing ideas around!!
 
#8
Well, done Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, JB says nothing in Liechtenstein, but hayho & Gibraltar? Like the going to see something different themes.
 

John Broom

Well-Known Member
#9
Theme for 2020? Maybe European Ports? 1) Antwerp 2)Jade Wesser Port, Wilhelmshaven, 3)Marseille 4)Gothenburg 5) Rijecka Luca, Croatia or Thessaloniki, Greece. Or have they been done before? Just a thought, could be interesting. All ports have hotels and pubs, what else do we need!