Far be it for us to tell you how the bloody hell to traverse the wilds of Romania on your simian steed. Which winding roads and non-roads that you meander from the start to the finish of the Monkey Run are entirely up to you, your imagination, gin, and whatever your monkey bikes feel like doing. We do have a few little pointers that may come in useful for you when you’re planning your route, not that we even encourage planning of routes in all honesty.
Romanian roads can, in places, be very good. This is an utter travesty in our humble opinion. But fear not, there are plenty of gravel and unpaved roads crisscrossing all over the country. Keep an eye out for county roads (drum județean) and local roads (drum comunal). On most maps, they are marked blue and yellow respectively and offer the most Adventurists approved conditions.
Trucks. These big bastards are pretty common in Romania and do not make for fun interaction with puny motorcycles, not one bit. We definitely suggest looking into the list of the most commonly used truck routes in Romania before you set off because spending a number of hours being overzealously passed by haulage trucks is a bit shit. Have a gander at the wiki page on roads in Romania, it’s pretty handy in all such matters.