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Old 02-01-2013, 01:51 PM   #181
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Colorado Backcountry Premiere Night, Portland

Hello folks,

BMW Motorcycles of Western Oregon will host the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route Premiere for Portland.
The show is scheduled for February 8, 2013 at 7:00pm in our store in Tigard.

If you haven't seen the show yet, you can sign up for this event by calling us at 503-597-7097 or visit us on facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/BMCWOR/events


See you there,

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Old 02-05-2013, 07:48 AM   #182
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Old 02-28-2013, 04:19 PM   #183
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:05 AM   #184
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Hangar One Four, fixing stuff

Hello all,

check out my Hangar One-Four Facebook page.

I can fix your Ducati, BMW, KTM, or just about any euro bike exotica you can throw at me. I'm in Chelan, and all proceeds go to furthering my moto habit.

Some stuff I do includes 3 angle valve jobs using Serdi and Nuway cutters, rebuilding sorry engines into fire breathing monsters, dialing in fuel injection systems on Ducati's, and some BMW's, anything electrical or electronic, and making your Ohlins suspension like new again.

Oh, and I also fix and build airplanes, especially helpful with experimental stuff, licensed A&P and all that. Conveniently located on an airport 2 miles out of Chelan and pretty much right on the Washington Back Country Discovery Route. If KTM or BMW's could fly, I would be a rich man.

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Old 03-19-2013, 12:52 PM   #185
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IN Need of a GS700/800

WE are developing a plug and play lighting kit for the GS 650/700 and 800
I'm seeking a local owner of a 2010 or newer GS 700 or 800 who would like to get a set of our new Long Range LED Lights at a steep discount for allowing us to use your bike for the pattern.
Vendors link
http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=839163
If your interested please PM me.
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:35 PM   #186
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edit: Went to Vallantine Motor Works. He got me in and did the install in a couple hours. Will go back for sure!

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Old 03-19-2013, 06:22 PM   #187
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WE are developing a plug and play lighting kit for the GS 650/700 and 800
I'm seeking a local owner of a 2010 or newer GS 700 or 800 who would like to get a set of our new Long Range LED Lights at a steep discount for allowing us to use your bike for the pattern.
Vendors link
http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=839163
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Old 03-20-2013, 08:38 AM   #188
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Brake Line Replacement

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Looking for someone in the Seattle area who would be willing to install some Touratech hand guards on a BMW G650GS. Also requires a longer brake line, so you'll have to be familiar with draining the brake fluid, refilling and bleeding any bubbles from the system.

Let me know if you're interested, if you've done this before, and what your fee is. Thanks!
Give Mick a call at Vallantine Motor Works. 206.781.7945. He's just north of the Aurora Bridge on Aurora. He just swapped out by my line to accomodate my RoxRisers. I brought him a longer one that I had already purchased and he did all of the work. Got the longer brake line (Spiegler) from Solomoto out of California. Mick specializes in BMW work.
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:11 AM   #189
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Old 04-04-2013, 11:20 AM   #190
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Cyclops MotorSports

Just had my aux lights installed on F800GS by Darryl at Cyclops (10 deg left and 20 deg on the right with a handlebar dimming/control switch). Haven't got a chance to ride with 'em at night, but they look fantastic and they put the OEM headlight to shame. I never met Darryl before this process, but he is a stand-up guy and knows what he's doing. I would definitely recommend talking to him for any kind of lighting set up you may need.
Anyway... thanks to Darryl and Cyclops!
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Old 04-07-2013, 09:32 PM   #191
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PSSOR Adventure Camp - Dual Sport Training

There is still room in to sign up for one of our Adventure Camps this spring!

Learn core skills for riding your Adventure Bike off road on a closed course facility.
$625.00 includes catered meals from our new on site camp chef.

Visit: Puget Sound Safety Off Road. for more information and dates.






Day 1 - Arrivals, Camp Setup & Workshop
The gates open at 3pm this afternoon for arrivals and camp setup. There will be an introductory workshop discussing bike setup for the camp. An optional meet and greet will be held at a nearby restaurant around 6pm.

Day 2 - Training - Sunrise to Sunset
This day is jam packed with riding drills from sun up to sun down. There will be a few breaks through the day along with lunch provided by us. Break times will be kept lively with short clinics on adventure traveling topics. After the training is completed the group will enjoy dinner at camp provided by us and accompanied by a slideshow of photos from the day.

Day 3 - More Training - Sunrise to Sunset
Get your self freshened up and top yourself off with our continental breakfast spread this morning. This is another day packed with riding drills that will expand up on the previous day and provide additional practice time on skills learned. There will be several breaks through the day and lunch is provided by us as well. Additional adventure traveling topics will be discussed during break times. After training has completed for the day you'll have personal time and the option to "head to town" for dinner with your fellow riders.

Day 4 - Off-site Training Excursions
Warm beverages will be to get you rolling out of camp. Riders can meet up at a nearby restaurant for breakfast before heading off to local forests. This day will be spent off-site in local forests among gravel roads and trails. It will take about 40 miles of paved road to reach the forests. Once we get off-pavement the focus will be on using skills learned over the last few days. Instruction and coaching will be provided on-the-go as we make use of the many training opportunities our route will cover.
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Old 04-08-2013, 07:14 PM   #192
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The Adventure Camp is awesome. I attended one a few years ago, it was fun and I learned a lot. Look close at the upper left picture - it's filled with women and you might even spot me in there.

Well worth the time and money.
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:48 AM   #193
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The Adventure Camp is awesome. I attended one a few years ago, it was fun and I learned a lot. Look close at the upper left picture - it's filled with women and you might even spot me in there.

Well worth the time and money.
I couldn't agree more. Both my wife Martha and I attended (different classes) and I thought it was very worthwhile. Great crew of instructors, great format in a very friendly, helpful environment. Even though I have been riding adventure bikes for 14 years, it was great to reinforce some techniques and just focus on riding for several days in a row, plus it was a great time!

We HIGHLY recommend it for anyone looking to improve their skills!!
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:17 AM   #194
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Just had my aux lights installed on F800GS by Darryl at Cyclops (10 deg left and 20 deg on the right with a handlebar dimming/control switch). Haven't got a chance to ride with 'em at night, but they look fantastic and they put the OEM headlight to shame. I never met Darryl before this process, but he is a stand-up guy and knows what he's doing. I would definitely recommend talking to him for any kind of lighting set up you may need.
Anyway... thanks to Darryl and Cyclops!
- Curtis
Thanks Curtis
Have a great time in Baja
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Old 04-18-2013, 02:00 PM   #195
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