|01-29-2014, 07:18 AM||#841|
Joined: Dec 2009
Location: Homestead, Florida
Homestead FL Tent Space
Plenty of space for several tents. Small shop and tools, no lift though. Good local bike repair shop nearby. Truck and trailer for breakdowns nearby.
Perfect place to stop before heading down into the Keys or Key West.
|01-29-2014, 09:34 AM||#842|
Old and In the Way
Joined: May 2012
Sun Valley, Idaho
Back yard for camping. Grill, indoor kitchen, bathroom, etc. Have spare room but wife would like a day's notice. No garage but bike repair/maintenance possible on small paver patio. Have friends with more mechanical competance than I have but tire changes are problematic unless you have tools. Local shop charges $40/tire. Located in Hailey, 12 miles from the Sun Valley ski hill. firstname.lastname@example.org. 208-788-1208 should be in the current MOA Anonymous.
Will (hopefully) be gone for 1-2 months this summer. Trip(s) planned.
|01-29-2014, 04:51 PM||#843|
Joined: Mar 2013
Location: Under the Earths Sun..........................Now
Tip of Texas
Texas or Southern New Mexico assistance offered
Fenced Tent space
Barn to store bike or pitch a tent
Truck and trailer storage
Outside Bathroom(shower is under construction)
Eye site of strip club
3 Neener Horse Farm
For Legal Advice: http://www.bettercallsaul.com/
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|01-31-2014, 02:53 AM||#844|
Joined: Aug 2012
Location: Port Orchard, WA
Port Orchard WA
Tent space, trailer space, tools, a lake for fishing or swimming, and a hot tub with a view of the lake (unseen from the neighbors ;) ).
email@example.com Shoot me an email for any anticipated dates, I may be out on an ADV Ride
|02-03-2014, 10:12 AM||#845|
Joined: Mar 2011
Location: Staunton Virginia
Just a few miles west of Staunton, Va. Lots of tent space, trees for 5 hammocks, and a large garage with lift and tools. Showers and plenty of beer around the bonfire!
Plenty of this.....
Lots of these......
Right near the northern end.
But you might have to look at this......
Or pet one of these.....
Just send me a PM.
"And because it gives me a little chubby every time I get on the thing." -crowe2815
|02-04-2014, 08:14 AM||#846|
Joined: Jun 2013
Grass for camping, trees for hammocks. Shower (under remodel), fire rings, tools, vegetable garden after May.
Country store up the street has food and essentials available Mon-Sat.
Just off of Rt. 67 near US340 in Weverton, MD
Nearby cities and towns:
Harpers Ferry, WV
Try to give at least 2 days notice. PM me here for contact info.
|02-04-2014, 05:26 PM||#847|
Joined: Jan 2013
Location: Riverside Ca
Riverside Ca, 60 miles east of L.A.
Tent camping but no fires here is the dry west.
I may have a trailer to sleep in but needs to be discussed.
Full home garage with tools.
Truck and possibly trailers for potential emergency pickup.
Riverside BMW is within 10 minutes.
Near services, groceries, food, ect.
I'm about an hour from lots of fun things:
and other tourist traps.
2 hours to:
Far west and north outer L.A. (rural) areas
3 to 4 hours to:
Las Vegas, Colorado River (Blythe), Laughlin.
Here is the intersection of Washington St and Van Buren Bl. I'm within 5 minutes ride of this.
Send me a message through my profile and include your email and phone.
I'm very connected (work on the net all the time) so I "should" see your email soon.
Exceptions are around Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Years when I may be at the Dunes.
I must be home to camp (which is most of the time) as the wife doesn't know about this yet
|02-06-2014, 12:56 PM||#848|
Joined: Jan 2014
Location: Twin Hills, OK
About 15 miles South of Bixby, OK
10 vacant acres 1/2 woods, 1/2 cleared, year round creek (not suitable for bathing or drinking)
An old empty barn to get out of the OK weather
Fire pit, seasoned wood, and a barrel for your empties
Convienence store 3 miles away with cold beer and hot food
The property sits empty and you're welcome to come and go as you please. I live across the road and you are welcome to shower, do laundry, wash bikes, use tools (basic hand tools), etc. Working on bikes is done in an old dirt floor shed. Stop over with some good stories!
Lifted 4x4 available to pick up bikes and riders.
Nearby dealerships for all major M/C manufacturers.
Best to call me at 918-805-1069. You can also PM or email firstname.lastname@example.org, but I don't check those nearly as often as I should.
|02-09-2014, 07:32 PM||#849|
planning the next journey
Joined: Oct 2006
Location: Carson Valley, NV
Just got a new place in Carson City, NV.
We have a big lot with virtually unlimited space. I have a good tool setup including TIG welding capabilities. Rescue is a possibility as well. The KTM shop is about 1/2 mile away, and Lake Tahoe is 20 miles away.
Contact via email: climberevan at gmail.
KTM 200EXC, R1100GS, Seven Axiom Steel, Spot SS 29er, Echo trials, Giant Trance 27.5
|02-10-2014, 11:49 AM||#850|
Joined: Jan 2010
Location: Syracuse / Rochester NY
Tent space available in Syracuse NY. Depending on the day (roommate presence) may also be able to offer up couch/floor space, and/or college outing club party. Have limited tools, cold beer in the fridge. And of course, I have a shower, kitchen and such.
Disregard if reading after May 2015
|02-10-2014, 01:41 PM||#852|
Joined: Feb 2010
Denmark - 45 min from Copenhagen.
I will happily welcome all bike travelers at my house.. There's a lawn to pitch your tent and a room with comfy beds if that sounds better, hot shower, wifi, garage with tools and help with fixing anything..
A hot dinner and cold beers are included if you tell me a great story about your trip..!!
Exact location is Stenlille, just north of Soroe and 10 min from highway E45.
Please contact me a day or two in advance, as I'm sometimes away with work for a few days..
Best regards - Alex
Why is the world so much more interesting from the seat of a motorcycle.
|02-12-2014, 12:49 PM||#853|
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: The Big Easy.
Holla from NOLA
Cozy spare room with queen bed, own shower room, separate entrance (if needed) and laundry in a classic New Orleans shotgun shack. Friendly, laid-back neighborhood, five minutes walk from the French Quarter. Tons o' tools, fancy coffee machine, fridge generally full of beer and the missus is a fantastic cook who loves to travel by bike, enjoys watching racing on TV and even listening to tall tales of derring-do from faraway lands.
No garage, but on-street parking is safe, or there's my buddy's workshop / treasure trove of cool motorcycle shit (where I stash and work on my ride) a few blocks away. Also good friends with the owners of the local Ducati / Triumph dealership and some top mechanics / fabricators for rescue / parts / servicing you might not be arsed to do yourself.
Already had a few Inmates on their travels randomly stop by and every time has been a pleasure.
Oh, yeah... and there's also quite a bit of bike luggage to try out too!
Don't be a dick.
Mi casa es su casa.
US Distributor of Kriega Motorcycle Luggage
www.kriega.us / Facebook / vendors thread
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|02-17-2014, 06:09 AM||#854|
Joined: Jun 2013
Location: Roanoke Valley, Virginia
Roanoke City, VA
In a safe suburbia location.
Tent space available in back yard.
Warm basement to sleep in if weather is bad.
Very little tools, no garage.
Bath room to hygiene.
I know a good garage. Fair prices
BMW dealer in town. Triumph. KTM and team Japan here too.
Will also test mental prowess to distant tourist. So must have :
Can show some good roads and forest roads north of town to W. VA
Will leave on next tour 22 SEP 2014. Will be back in late Oct. or so
USA Deep South ride report: http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=948886
Two USA lower 48 ride reports in the works.
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|02-17-2014, 10:37 AM||#855|
Joined: Feb 2014
I just noticed there was no one in Louisville, KY so I will be that guy.
It's a bachelor pad for the most part. Not much partying and pretty quiet but it's definitely not the Ritz. 3 guys and 2 dogs live here so it isn't always the best kept home on the block.
Plenty of tent space with a fire pit in the backyard as long as you don't mind the mine field of Doberman poop. She is a gentle giant though.
I have a full garage with a motorcycle lift and plenty of tools.
I usually rebuilt a motorcycle every year for fun.
Take a shower, wash your clothes, etc....
Put your bike in the garage whle you sleep.
Louisville, KY is pretty much a drive through a state so unless you are coming for the few weeks of Derby events I doubt many will be stopping here.
Not really a lot to do here.
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