The annual summer camp-out went down past weekend and it was a great time out riding. These camp-outs typed as a continuation of an ongoing quest of the outdoorsy/cycling scene worldwide are incredible and powerful in experiencing the nearby Athens countryside from a completely different point of view.
The choice of Aigina island was great, one of the most beautiful islands close to Athens with nice villages, vintage villas by the water, ancient temples, madieval castles and lots of 60s derelict architecture – something that becomes kind of a habit for the Pink Flamingos Adventure Cycling Club.
The whole weekend was full of chilled vibes that were maintained throughout even while climbing the Palaiohora medieval castle right at the peak of the island. Highlights include obviously waking up at the beach on Sunday morning, DIY dinner next to the temple and visiting this wacky super cubic 60s deserted hotel that sits empty right there on the coast just before Perdika.
Next time you should ride along because you know #ATHsucksforcycling
All photographs by Kostantinos Koronaios and Agi Kolyvas.
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