Riding the surface of the Pyrenees

While Thailand ground to a halt for last month’s Songkran festivities, we packed our mountain bikes and headed off once again to sample the riding in a new destination. Following two thoroughly enjoyable trips to the Alps, this time we went to the Pyrenees. This mountain range straddles the French-Spanish border along its entire length.

  

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