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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by rtwdoug, Aug 30, 2012.
Best of luck to you. Looks like a fun ride.
I hope I have the time to really follow this one I had to resort to driving OTR to keep paying the bills for now, so I will be checking in as time permits.That is a sweet ride Doug and good luck .
as fast as I will be travelling, you will be lucky to get a glimpse!
I'm hoping to make it around norfolk sunday nite
You do not need a trailer, towing it might slow you down.
Have a great ride!
That's some bike!
I live off of hwy 58 between i 85 and i 95 Ill check your spot mid sunday evenin .
If work leaves me alone Ill ride out on my little super sherpa and wave lol
Doug: You know about the cannibals in Brooklyn right? Wear garlic.
Good Luck! I'll be following along. If you need anything in the Maryland area let me know. Trailer, shop, bed,whatever. See ya at York this winter. Glenn
Hope to see you and # 57 both make it.. I'll be in Klamath Falls Or. when ya get there..
i'll see you finish in san fran......
cool, good to do a 1,200 mile shake down run. So what is your cursing....cruising speed on that bike?
That big Ol tractor seat looks pretty comfy to me,then theres the classic donkey dick handgrips,that thing is set to cruise! Probably runs 65 easy?
Best of luck and have a great time.
DAMN! I just noticed the tee shirt, that's GREAT! Where do I go to order a few?
Doug all your friends in south Alabama will be following your ride; make us proud....
Tagging alone for the ride.
Doug you da man
My wife and I are headed to the Rockies via Teton NP. We are about a day early, but I think if we alter our course from Jackson Hole, WY and go up the road the road that the ride come down from Yellowstone NP we could see the whole pack going the opposite direction. That would be very cool.
Doug: do you know what road that would be? (probably US 287)
Where is the group staying in Yellowstone? We might make it to there for dinner.
I've always wanted a Knucklehead, but it wouldn't be old enough to do this ride.
Good luck Doug!