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Lost in Spain on the BMW R1200GS Photo Gallery

Executive Editor Atlas takes a two-up journey aboard BMW's legendary R1200GS Adventure, taking in all that Spain has to offer. Read the full report in the Lost in Spain feature.

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Southern Spain was the site of our latest adventure and what an amazingly beautiful place it was.
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Gibraltar provides an amazing view of the Mediterranean sea. Too bad we couldn't take the bike across.
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In the center of Seville sat its astonishing Cathedral. Even though I’m not very religious, it’s nearly impossible not to feel in awe of the amazing church.
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Some 1100 miles later the adventure was over. And, as always, much too soon...
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Seville boasts some amazing old-world architecture. Did we mention it’s considered to be the sexiest city in the world?
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Tangier reminded us of a cross between San Francisco and Tijuana. The sights and sound were well worth the trip as was the tasty Moroccan cuisine.
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BMW's R1200GS ate up the pavement with comfort and ease and when things got rough the Beemer just got better. Tough to find a better all-around motorcycle made today.
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Roasted chestnuts over an open fire. It's Christmas time in Spain.
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Weaving and winding through tiny coastal villages on the left with the ocean crashing on the right, the sun was shining and it was 65 degrees. What more could youask for?
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Be it asphalt, dirt, gravel or pavement, we had a BMW dual sport and we were determined to put it to good use.
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Lost in Spain on the BMW R1200GS
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Seville Cathedral
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Angela and the headless man in Seville.
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Lost in Spain map.
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For this trek the kind folks at BMW had fitted the GS with full hard luggage, so bringing everything we needed should not have been a problem. Right… It wasn’t a problem for me. As for my lovely pillion, well…is there ever enough room?
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The GS devours freeways with ease, takes any twisty in speedy stride, and when the road gets rough the Beemer only gets better.