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Old 05-15-2009, 10:42 AM   #1
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PNW Vendors & Services

Vendors (this is a C&P from the Rockies vendor thread)

We get requests from vendors for regional events all the time, and never quite know what to do. They don't really belong in Vendors, where the regional aspect is lost, but we try to keep the regional forums (as with all the other forums) non-commercial in nature.
This thread is our attempt at a solution. PNW vendors are welcome to post their events, their test rides and demo days, whatever they can come up with in this thread without fear of breaking the vendor rules.

Services

In addition to vendors; wether you're a moto wrench, carpenter or Photoshop guru, local inmates are encouraged to offer their services here.

The thread guidelines:

Vendors: Show us value and respect and we'll return it. Waste our time with a seething pit of bottom-dwelling commercialism and no one will pay attention and we'll probably eventually tire of it and send you to vendors.

Inmates: This is not the place to put your gripe with the service department or etc. You, after all, are welcome to start a thread on the topic, while the dealers are not. In other words, this is not the place for your pet urinary olympiad, and if you put it here, we'll boot it.
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Old 06-10-2009, 08:06 PM   #2
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:58 AM   #3
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CYCLETUNE in MT.Tabor

Hello my name is Chris VanderVoort and I just recently opended a motorcycle repair shop in MT.Tabor ,OR. We specialize in all Japanese brands. OEM parts and Aftermarket accessories available. Please visit our website at www.cycletunepdx.com to find more information.
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Old 10-25-2009, 03:37 PM   #4
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BearCat Lodge

Greetings from the BearCat Lodge

Now that the 2009 riding season is winding down, Carol and I and the cats would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for visiting us. We thoroughly enjoyed the company and camaraderie we all shared this past year. Although our summer was marred by the tragic loss of Big in August, we have two wonderful new feline family members for you to get to know next year. We’ll be posting pictures on our new website, coming next month.

Many of our visitors from around the country and the world brought disturbing news about new back country closures or restrictions in Canada, California, Washington, Idaho and places farther afield. These increasingly restrictive policies are troubling to those of us who enjoy the freedom of our riding sport.

As you all know from experience, we are fortunate here in eastern Oregon to have hundreds of miles of uncongested, wide-open roads and trails. Grant and Harney counties comprise a geographic area the size of Massachusetts, with nearly 7 million acres of public land and only about 15,000 residents. These rural counties recognize that motorcyclists boost the local economy, so they welcome our rallies, events and tourism. Although our presence is welcome now, it will be increasingly important as the area grows. Regional County, Forest Service and BLM roads, and long-used private byways cannot be closed unless they are “abandoned.” Since continuous use of these resources is essential to maintaining public access, let’s all do our part as often and well as possible!

We’ll happily do our part, too, here at the BearCat Lodge in the heart of the world’s best motorcycle riding! As adventure riders and outdoor enthusiasts ourselves, we enjoy the opportunity and responsibility of creating and maintaining an oasis for all who love exploring our beautiful wild country.

Carol and I are committed to creating a legacy that will enable your sons and daughters, and their sons and daughters, and the sons and daughters of motorcyclists everywhere to come experience eastern Oregon’s wonderful open spaces and the deep satisfaction and enjoyment adventure riding engenders. Since we don’t have any children or heirs to pass the Lodge on to, when we retire we will pass it on to an individual or group of individuals who share our vision and will maintain our legacy.

To that end, we are inviting a select group of special friends to join us—to help us create the haven the Lodge can become, to be our regular guests as it grows and matures, and to shape and share the wonders of this unique place. Those who would like to participate and are willing to donate $5,000 will receive a certificate of appreciation identifying you as a friend and supporter of the BearCat Lodge and inviting you to be our private guests in our upstairs residence for up to one week each riding season. The first 20 participants will also be invited to be our private guests for an additional week in the off-season.

Donations may be made in the form of a lump-sum $5,000 cash payment, or a $1,000 down payment with the balance plus 8% simple interest to be paid within one year, or trade. (If you have special skills such as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, landscaping, web design, etc., we would be willing to discuss labor in lieu of money. Materials in lieu of money would also be a possibility.)

The participation of friends in our project will not only allow us to complete the renovation and rehabilitation of the Lodge, it will also give us an opportunity to identify kindred spirits we can pass the Lodge on to, knowing that our vision and legacy will continue and prosper into perpetuity.

Warmest Regards,

J.W., Carol and the Cats
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Old 01-20-2010, 05:02 PM   #5
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Vancouver Motorcycle show

H.O. just pulled out in the latest Giant Loop Rally car for the border. He's meeting our first Canadian distributor


http://www.vancouvermotorcycleshow.ca/





Stop by the Overland Moto booth and say hello if anyone is up that direction.

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Old 01-22-2010, 08:39 PM   #6
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Adventure Sidecar Classes 2010

Novice S/TEP classes for the 2010 season will be available through Hood River Community Education on the following dates:

May 14, 15 & 16

June 11, 12 & 13

August 27, 28 & 29

The registration fee is $260

Contact Hood River Community Education to sign up!

To register call Hood River Community Education (541) 386-2055

more info at adventuresidecar.com

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Old 01-30-2010, 10:40 PM   #7
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Next Trip happens in a few days

Heading to Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconson, Iowa and back! I am pretty full going out but may have some room coming back. Taking a Sprint ST and snow machine and CJ Jeep out, bringing back a 22' SEA RAY Ski Boat and trailer back.
If someone has a small bike or anything that I can fit let me know great rates!! I have a 3' X 5' open sapece on the way out would to keep it around 500lbs or less.

This is one Danno and I did today! Ran into a couple local ADV personalities as we were adjusting chains near Snag lake on the Snoqualime Pass route! You know you just can't hide out anymore!




Another happy Customer!!!! Cool old tractor, Eburgh to Camno Is.

Keep me in mind!!! Thanks
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Old 02-13-2010, 09:03 PM   #8
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I finally got the insurance application done! I should get the forms back tommorrow and be set up to rent sidecars for our mini-tours by next week!

The rigs will be the KLR 650 either with Sputnik or enduro style sidecars. I only have 3 available right now, but should be able to get one or two more should the need arise. Rental will be $200 for the duration of the mini tour. I will have more details up on adventuresidecar.com as soon as I can!






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Novice S/TEP classes for the 2010 season will be available through Hood River Community Education on the following dates:

May 14, 15 & 16

June 11, 12 & 13

August 27, 28 & 29

The registration fee is $260

Contact Hood River Community Education to sign up!

To register call Hood River Community Education (541) 386-2055

more info at adventuresidecar.com


Adventure Sidecar is pleased to offer the Sidecar Skills Mini Tour Package

July 16-18, 2010 Western Columbia River Gorge
Offered Through Hood River Community Education

July 16-18, 2010 Western Columbia River Gorge
or
September 17-19, 2010 Eastern Columbia River Gorge
Fee $550

Sidecars, lodging and meals are not included.
Bring your own sidecar or rent one of ours.
Sidecar rental rates and terms TBA

We will spend Friday evening in the classroom and Saturday morning driving around the cones, finishing after lunch then riding up in the mountains Saturday pm and out again riding the gorge and up in the mountains all day Sunday. This is a fantastic chance to hone your sidecar skills at the same time enjoying the driving and sightseeing opportunities the Columbia Gorge has to offer!

The Sidecar Skills mini tour is geared towards folks that already have some experience or training. We will brush up on technique and work towards perfection during the Advanced S/TEP class, then apply it during the rides. The routes will be a mixture of highway and secondary roads with some gravel and dirt roads as well.
Call Hood River Community Education to register: (541) 386-2055.
Go to our website for more details:
http://adventuresidecar.com/
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Old 04-08-2010, 10:40 AM   #9
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AdVenture Sidecar Dualsport Sidecar Skills August 20~22, 2010

Dualsport Sidecar Skills

Offered through Hood River Community Education

Fee $600

Sidecars, lodging and meals are not included.

Bring your own sidecar or rent one of ours.

Dualsport Sidecar Skills Mini Tour August 20th~22

This package includes the standard Advanced S/TEP class followed by a day and a half of riding with as much off pavement routes as we can squeeze in. I plan to stay out a little longer on Sunday than our other tours so if you are here from out of town it would be prudent to book your room through Sunday night. We may get in a little late to run back to Portland to catch a flight home.

The route I have planned includes portions of the old Barlow Toll Road. This was the Western most section of the Oregon Trail. To get to the Willamette Valley or the coast you either had to shoot the rapids in the Columbia Gorge or take this treacherous trail around Mt.Hood.

I may have to modify or change the route at the last minute, due to closures. El Nino may be sending us a bad fire season this year. If I need to change the route we will still be covering interesting ground with the rides tending towards dirt and gravel roads and a few technical challenges. If you plan on bringing your own sidecar, be sure it is in good shape and you have at least 8″ of ground clearance and good dualsport tires.

The Sidecar Skills Mini Tour is geared towards folks that already have some experience or training. Friday evening and Saturday morning is the Advanced S/TEP class. We will brush up on technique and work towards perfection during the Advanced S/TEP class, then apply it during the rides Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday. The route will be some highway and secondary roads with an emphasis on gravel and dirt roads.

This package is not for beginners.


You can now sign up for the August Sidecar Dualsport Mini tour online:
http://eclasstrak.hoodriver.k12.or.u...lls%20Training

KLR sidecars are available to rent for this and for our other tours at:
http://eclasstrak.hoodriver.k12.or.u...lls%20Training



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I finally got the insurance application done! I should get the forms back tommorrow and be set up to rent sidecars for our mini-tours by next week!

The rigs will be the KLR 650 either with Sputnik or enduro style sidecars. I only have 3 available right now, but should be able to get one or two more should the need arise. Rental will be $200 for the duration of the mini tour. I will have more details up on adventuresidecar.com as soon as I can!









Adventure Sidecar is pleased to offer the Sidecar Skills Mini Tour Package

July 16-18, 2010 Western Columbia River Gorge
Offered Through Hood River Community Education

July 16-18, 2010 Western Columbia River Gorge
or
September 17-19, 2010 Eastern Columbia River Gorge
Fee $550

Sidecars, lodging and meals are not included.
Bring your own sidecar or rent one of ours.
Sidecar rental rates and terms TBA

We will spend Friday evening in the classroom and Saturday morning driving around the cones, finishing after lunch then riding up in the mountains Saturday pm and out again riding the gorge and up in the mountains all day Sunday. This is a fantastic chance to hone your sidecar skills at the same time enjoying the driving and sightseeing opportunities the Columbia Gorge has to offer!

The Sidecar Skills mini tour is geared towards folks that already have some experience or training. We will brush up on technique and work towards perfection during the Advanced S/TEP class, then apply it during the rides. The routes will be a mixture of highway and secondary roads with some gravel and dirt roads as well.
Call Hood River Community Education to register: (541) 386-2055.
Go to our website for more details:
http://adventuresidecar.com/
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Old 04-12-2010, 09:57 PM   #10
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4 days before I take off

Snortn Boar Transport Hits the Raod


Here it is Gang.

Snortn Boar Transport,
will be leaving Seattle April 16th heading to; Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Nevada, California and back to Washington.

I have many bids out at the moment for loads.
I am actively looking for cargo of just about any kind..no Hazmat.

Please contact me if you have anything or know of anyone who may be needing my services.

Free,
Snortn Boar Racing Hoodie with every lead that turns into a load!!! $60.00 value for making a call or two!!

This will be the first trip with several new improvements and upgrades:

1. 2006 Chevy C4500 Kodiak
2. All USDOT and Federal Motor Carrier Interstate operating Authority's
3. A Class A CDL
4. Fully Insured for up to $100,000.00

Looking forward to helping you with your transportation needs!

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Old 04-20-2010, 12:15 PM   #11
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lights,stators, installs

Cyclops Motorsports is not only providing lights around the globe, but also offering aux lights, gps and other electronic installs. In fact we will install any aftermarket or factory part you may want.. crash bars, luggage, exhaust, etc..Custom lighting packages as well led or HID
Guaranteed work at a reasonable price
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Old 03-09-2011, 07:17 AM   #12
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Adventure Sidecar Classes & Tours 2011

New for 2011! *The Tipi Tour Package


Offered Through Hood River Community Education


barlowtrail


August 19~26, 2011 $2,600

Bring a passenger for $1,200.


Click here to sign up online or call Hood River Community Education (541)386 -2055



Sidecars are not included in the price for the Tipi Tour. Bring your own or rent one of ours.


The Tipi Tour includes an Advanced S/TEP class and a 7 day guided sidecar tour in the mountains and woods surrounding Hood River. Native American Tipi's will provide our base camp in the mountains during the week, while we explore the old Barlow Wagon Road on our sidecars, enjoying the beautiful forests, rivers and lakes on the slopes and surrounding foothills of Mt.Hood. These rides will cover some easy pavement and gravel as well as more technical dirt and sand trails. The tour includes some long days and some challenging roads. Previous sidecar experience is required. Drivers must have a valid motorcycle endorsement. Passengers may join the tour Saturday afternoon after the S/TEP class has been concluded.


details are posted on our Trips page







Novice S/TEP classes for the 2011 season will be available through Hood River Community Education on the following dates:


May 13, 14 & 15


June 17, 18 & 19


September 30, October 1 & 2


$265 -sidecars are provided at no extra charge for the Novice S/TEP classes.


Click here to sign up online or call Hood River Community Education (541)386 -2055


Prior motorcycle experience is not needed for the novice class. We will cover basic motorcycle operation as part of the class.


See our Training page for details.



Click here to see photos of previous S/TEP classes


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Sidecar Skills Mini Tours

offered through Hood River Community Education


Aug 5, 6 & 7, 2011


September 16, 17 & 18, 2011


$600

Bring a passenger for $125.


Click here to sign up online or call Hood River Community Education (541)386 -2055


Sidecars are not included in the price for the Sidecar Skills Mini Tour. Bring your own or rent one of ours.


The Sidecar Skills Mini Tours consist of an Advanced S/TEP Class followed by a day and a half guided ride, tailored to the skill levels and the desires of the clients. The rides will include a mix of pavement, gravel and dirt in the scenic Columbia River Gorge

Prior Sidecar experience or a previous S/TEP class is recommended for the Sidecar Skills Mini Tour. Drivers must have a valid motorcycle endorsement. If you wish to bring a passenger, they may join us for the tour beginning Saturday afternoon after we have finished the S/TEP class.


MoodyRd


Creating opportunities for you to join in exploring the amazing diversity of life and land

in the Pacific Northwest.

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Old 03-09-2011, 09:51 AM   #13
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A new new motorcycle rental company is opening this spring in the Puget Sound area that I thought I would let you know about. They will feature a line of new BMW bikes including an F800GS and an R1200GS!

http://tourusa.us/
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:55 PM   #14
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PIAA Lighting Seminar

I will be giving a lighting seminar this Saturday at BMW of Western Oregon in Eugene at 10:30am for those of you who might be interested.
If you attend please introduce yourself so i can put a mug with the name
Hope to see some of you there.
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Old 02-19-2010, 10:38 AM   #15
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get Bent exhaust repair. Top notch service

i got to give kudos ( hopefully this is in the right thread!) to Steve at GetBent in Portalnd, .
The guy was fantastic in service. Went there the first time to add a pipe to the beemer. He tended to my bike within seconds with great enthusiasm.
I was so pleased that I went back for a pipe fitting from the collector to the slip-on. Again, well received , prompt and perfectly pro job and extremely reasonable.
You can tell the guy is a biker and enjoys working on them.

i know where to go ( cars or MC)

check out the website ; http://getbentexhaust.com/

Oh and I have no affiliation whatsoever with Steve, just met him at the shop
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