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Originally posted on THIS WORLD AHEAD Rolf Lange:
I am a little nervous. Excited. It actually almost feels as if I am on the brink of a new adventure. In five days, after almost 17 months, I will be home, and I have no idea how it will feel. I have read a lot about…
Amazing…Sint Maarten is my 218th country to stop by the blog. I am learning every day about all the different countries that exist in this world. I have to be honest…never knew there were so many that have gotten their own country status…geography 101!
October 17th, 2015 was a new adventure for me. I crashed and totaled my brand new 2015 BMW 1200GSW. Some were hoping this would be my wake up call hoping I would not want to ever ride again. I wonder if those same people question those who have been in a car crash? I digress. […]
October 17 2015 – beauty turns into pain, all pics clickable to enlarge Lessons learned…no one is immune to accidents no matter how many miles you have under your wheels. Gear: Alipnestars Toucan boots-SAVED my Tibia from shattering, KLIM Altitude suit – saved my body from drainage ditch rash and broken shoulder, Shoei RF 1200 […]
SOURCE: MCN by Richard Newland Published: 08 October 2015 BMW stumbled over a rampant global sales success when they released the R nineT. The world went nuts for the air-cooled retro roadster, leaving the factory struggling to keep pace with demand, and as hungry owners twiddled their thumbs for delivery, bikes were changing hands in […]
Saw this on FB…very cool video on how my BMW’s engine was built.
This is a great article for anyone vertically challenged and intimidated riding a bike that is tall. Hope this article helps some gain confidence as I have over the years. Riding tall is all about being mindful of where you ride, angles and trusting the fact you don’t need 2 feet flat on the ground. […]
Alaska native, tour guide and travel author shares his top spots for ADV Riders. SEE Original post here: ADV PULSE Thanks to Gary from AK for leading me to this article. Published on 09.22.2015 I have been fortunate to have been able to ride most of these roads while in Alaska in 2011. Nice to […]
Simple install adding Jesse Luggage racks to my brand new Jesse luggage adds functionality for especially 2 up traveling. Can’t say I love drilling into new panniers but in the end it was easy if you are careful. Have owned Jesse Luggage since 2010…never had an issue even after my bikes took naps. Waterproof and […]
My name is Leslie…I am a diabetic. When you see diagrams like the above you have to say to yourself…I am so embarrassed to have given myself diabetes. But the truth is it runs in my family. Maybe some of the above is true at times, but I am NOT embarrassed to say I have […]
ALL PICS CAN BE CLICKED I always wondered if I would ever get the Giant GS model – 1200. I have had a 2010 BMW F650GS and that was when I got bit by the Dual Sport bug. Although truly meant as a road bike my 650 took me across countries, USA/Canada in 2010 and […]
Originally posted on The Ride:
This is what I think before and when I ride sometimes. Welcome to the inside of my head, watch your step. “What a bitch, I didn’t divorce her so I could hear from her more. LEAVE ME ALONE. She can’t get to me on the bike, time for a ride.…