A quick “one” flash of their headlights or a side tilt of the head means they are just saying hello.
They might also shake a leg at you There will be 2 main classification of roads you will face outside of towns and motorways: (!
Foreign RV drivers aren’t much better with the Spanish, Italian and French drivers being the worst offenders – by far!
I’ve had many close calls with these guy’s, especially with my metal panniers making my F800GS as wide as a small car.
They are unused to driving on the left and are unaccustomed to the narrow roads and it may seem that they are intentionally targeting you for execution.
This is the first chapter in my Wild Atlantic Way Motorcycle Touring Guide, in this section I’ll be giving you an overview of what to expect from motorcycle touring along Ireland’s west coast and the Wild Atlantic Way tourist driving route.
First off, the Wild Atlantic Way, or Slí an Atlantaigh Fhiáin in Irish is a tourism trail that follows the Atlantic coastline from the north of Donegal to south coast of Cork.
This is to allow the cattle, eh passengers the best view over the cliffs to the sea views.
So, if you want to make headway it is sometimes quicker to ride from the north heading south to avoid the bulk of the tourist traffic.
The 2,500 km (1553 miles) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal’s Inishowen Peninsula to the southern town of Kinsale in County Cork on the coast of the Celtic Sea.