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Iceland is now very popular by tourists and many of them drive the Road One the Ring road around Iceland. It is because of Icelandic nature tourist arrives to Iceland and the easy access to many beautiful places.

Driving Road 1 is like driving in a ever changing post card, by every turn you take the landscape changes. Lava, fjords, glaciers,  waterfalls, geysers, lake, black beaches, snowy mountain, moss just name it all this and so much more you can see on the Ring road.

Some bike the Ring road and that can be done but the road is tight and with more cars on the road it become more  and more difficult.

So way not think to the future and build bike road next to the Road 1. I am sure a lot of bikers and none bikers would like to bike Road 1 in Iceland and it could be something of a must do.

I am told 750.000 people go to Scotland each year to bike, could that become the number each year that would bike in Iceland. And would bikers be willing to pay small fee for access to Bike Road 1?

I think so


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