There were 7 bikes and 4 countries represented, but only 4 Cavalcades present:•UK (1 owner 0 bikes)•Belgium (2 owner 2 bikes + 1 «guest driver»)•Netherland (2 owner 0 bikes)•Norway (2 owner 2 bikes)So, this was the tiniest European Cade Raid so far.Activities:Arrival on Friday with something in the glasses and dinner. We could not be to late because we had to leave from the hotel at 0800 AM Saturday morning to take the ferry from Lauvvik to Lysebotn. The weather was not too good, but no rain, and that was the most important. During the boat transport we saw Prekestolen and Kjerragbolten.After the ferry arrived to Lysebotn we drove all the curves to the top. Stopped several times to take pictures and have a look. As usual Yves drove several times far ahead to take pictures.We ate lunch at Byrkjedalstunet and later on we drove to Gloppedalsura.In the evening we had a «quite quiet party» and on Sunday we drove to the old city of Stavanger. Thereafter on tiny roads to Ulstein Kloser (Monastery). There were surprisingly VERY heavy traffic out there, and we found that the reason was that the yearly market took place that day. Then we visited Hafrsfjord. Here we saw 3 sword in the rocks to symbolize the battle that took place here in 872 were Harald Hårfagre unified the kingdom of Norway.In the evening we had barbeque with help from Håkon. (Friend of Kåre)Monday we all left Sandnes. Hope to se all of you again in Luxembourg 2016 – and a lot of you other guys too.Kåre, Møyfrid and GeirCheck out the picture gallery at SCCN site.
Participants came from Holland, Belgium, England and Norway. Photo: SCCN
Happy faces, Dave and Ronnie from England. Photo: SCCN
Yves. Never missing an Cade event. Photo: SCCN
European Cade Raid 2015 was held inSandnes, Norway 10.-13.7.2015