Three cyclists in the Crimea

Бескрайние крымские поля и горы. Трасса соединяет множество мелких сел по пути от  Бахчисарайского района до самого моря. Первой электричкой добрались до станции "1501-й километр" и втроем отправились на велопрогулку в направлении села Орловка. Дорога очень благоприятная для езды на велосипеде, так как почти весь путь равномерный спуск.

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