The second day started adventurously... the shape and softness of Teresa's rear tire was more than suspicious... Rode her to the next gas station and diagnosed the reason for the flat tire. And had to find a way to repair it on the 1st of May which was also Sunday Finally we could get a spray at the local ÖAMTC, and it worked very well. Now we could go to Leoben to visit our other interest: the Justice Center of Leoben. Just imagine a school looking like this... it's creepy enough for a prison The Leoben view: The town isn't beautiful at all, but at least it's among nice hills. On the way back we filled up the bikes (Teresa's average became 2.98l/100km between low fuel lights, it had clearly improved since I found the battery contact problem... Ciliegia was at 3.01l/100km) then headed back to Hungary. Of course the rain catched us, then we catched the rain, some hail, a storm in Hungary, and some more rain. We stopped for a few minutes after the hail, because the view was truly breathtaking from above, clouds were floating in the valleys below us: We had another stop to eat at Mad Mex (Vép, Hungary), a very good Mexican restaurant. I just had to take the following pics: Yup, it doesn't make sense without knowing this video: Homura-chan subbed I don't know the averages from the way back as the low fuel light hasn't come out yet, but it may not be that good: we took many main roads just riding at the speed limit, with no particular tricks and we got pretty much rain too (and some strong wind around the border). Could coast while descending the mountains, but that didn't take too long.