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peterdejongh
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Re: Swiss-TET

Post by peterdejongh » Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:20 pm

Hi all, I'm interested in riding the TET track in Switzerland later this year. And I have the same question as posted here earlier. Is it indeed approx 90% of tarmac roads ? So, easy going on a Honda Africa Twin ?
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glitch_oz
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Re: Swiss-TET

Post by glitch_oz » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:13 am

peterdejongh wrote:
Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:20 pm
And I have the same question as posted here earlier.
Good luck, friend. :lol This place is sadly as dead as a doornail...

And yes, it's entirely paved except 2 short and easy (and optional ) toll-stretches around Andermatt.
Easy enough on a 50cc Vespa, 2 up.
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Re: Swiss-TET

Post by seveny » Sat May 04, 2019 11:48 am

Moinmoin,

I rode it first day of May 2019, section 2 backwards to section 1 - wrong direction - I know. ;-)
Mountain at Sachseln was very nice but closed later on for tree and street works.
Susten was still closed. Also the Glaubenbielen, so I had to take the route backwards thru Glaubenbergpass again.
I liked the shortcut thru the forest Sarnen lake there a lot. And the gravelish shortcut to Brünigpass - thanks! :)

One surprising steep gravel part at Haselacker :)

And wonderful forest roads later on in the Jura.

So I also agree for the part I drove that was 95% small roads and not much gravel/non-asphalt.
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