Two More Little Road and Off Road Trips Planned


Heading up to Dawson Creek for a wedding reception. Leaving after work Aug 2 and coming back Monday August 6th. A few thousand KM ride and we are looking forward to it. And will be participating in the BC Big Adventure Trail Ride Sept 6 – 9.
Bc big adventure trail ride 2012 – ADVrider

THE ODDEST COUPLE EVER!


If you love animals and wildlife you need to watch this fantastic video!

FUM AND GEBRA, 2012, THE RETURN

Fum and Gebra coming back, one year later since first hit, releasing a new video this 2012 “The Return”, an amazing story made with heart. Song: “Avui sí” by Roger Margarit. Like us on http://www.fumandgebra.com and facebook.com/fumandgebra

Last Day for our KLIM Adventure Trip


July 20th 2012

As you will see from the pictures you can tell the last day of our trip to Idaho and back was typical “wet” coast weather.  While riding in temperatures from 12 C to 42 C…basically low 50′s to triple digits in Fahrenheit, we almost had to turn the heat on for the last push.

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KLIM Adventure part VII


Last day of riding for us was actually something we expected…pouring rain almost all the way home from Fort Stevens.  But in meanwhile who does not LOVE a fire while camping…?  The second to last day was a mix bag.  We just took our time and enjoyed exploring.

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Bike Build – Yamaha Super Ténéré XT1200Z


Yamaha Super Ténéré XT1200Z Bike Build – Touratech is celebrating the arrival of Yamaha’s new Super Ténéré XT1200Z by building a project bike. We’ve added ergonomic upgrades, bolted on the essential protection items and given it luggage solutions that enable the bike to hit the road for extended travel. Follow

Near Misses and Near Perfection


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Today the riding on the island of Java was not so much ‘joy riding’ as it was joy to still be alive!  I experienced one of my closest calls with a charging 4×4. I held my breath and waited for the slam as the truck slid over the white line into our lane. I made a small last minute adjustment with a quick flick of the wrist and twist of the hips and ‘whoosh’, it skimmed my pannier leaving a smear of white paint across my country flags. Without that quick move, the bike and I would have been in bits down the road.  A frightening thought. Continue reading