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Discussion in 'Epic Rides' started by rtwdoug, Apr 27, 2011.
because riding around NYC is too dangerous.
I think I would feel safer riding my bike around northern Iraq than riding on L.A. freeways at 5:00 in the afternoon.
Good luck with all of your projects, especially your Cannonball Indian. Thank God it's got better ABS than those new BMW's!
Someone's gotta show these people (countries) that americans aren't all like obammer, romney or newt!
Keith - GREAT shot - 2 of my heroes in the same shot! Glen and Doug are in a league of their own. Thanks for posting.
Doug - can we buy TShirts online? Unfortunately I am in Canuckistan up in the great white north and unable to attend the shows you are presenting at...
Thanks and ride on,
I guess I'd have to quote the illustrious marketing engineers over at Harley to answer that one. (something I thought I would NEVER do! but....)
"if I have to explain, you wouldnt understand'
it was great to meet all you guys who I had only talked to online before. Meeting people has been the best thing about doing these shows.
Other than that, it hasnt really been alot of fun. I got into huntsville at 8am this morning. I hate airports, and sitting in a flying bus for hours. and 2-3 days to work per week. My cat bitches at me when I get back. I cant ride my motorsickles, or work on my projects. But, doing the shows & meeting people almost makes it worthwhile
Doug, Just spent the better part of a day reading through your posts ( excluding comments).
I wish I was a rich fucker like you
doug, I hope that latest bike for sale is what you were looking for.
thanks for finding it for me. It IS a 39 Norton, but its the side valve model, & Che rode thru S America on an OHV model.
I wouldnt mind finding a sidevalve chassis, if the OHV motor would fit, but that one was a bit nice (and too expensive) to butcher up
I came to see you in Long Beach on Friday. It's always great to hear live commentary with pictures like yours.
I was disappointed that they cut you off after only a half hour when there was still an hour or two to go in the show itself.
I would've happily sat and listened for longer.
Found an OHV model for ya and its "runner",. check yer PM>
WTF?! Doug probably hadn't left Germany by that point...
Would have loved to ge there - am down in mobile tonight doug headed to the f l a - glad your home and remember....
Never apologize to a cat...
<table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>It was great to finally talk with you in person, and meet the lovely Poly! I'll have to agree with everyone here, we could enjoy your on-stage ride reports for hours. On Saturday when they stopped your presentation at the 30min mark I was hoping for a takeover so you could continue.
You know, it's surprising you and strikingviking have never met. Somehow it seems that all you World-by-Moto travelers know each other.
So Doug.... are you done with the scooter shows?
naw, in seattle now. Im gettin a bit tired of it tho, 3 days a week at home to work just aint cutting it. Hard to make any money selling a few t-shirts.
Got the next 2 weeks off, then I'll decide how many more I want to do.
please do the Cleveland show...you being there is pretty much the only reason I plan to attend
Do the New York, I'll take you out to Big Nicks, the finest dining establishment on the West Side.
Just think Doug... best part is when you get home it will be COLD like 14 mo fo's eating a ham sandwich...
We should simply ride somewhere one day... don't give a shit where.... ( wait forget I said that... I ain't going to no snow stuff )