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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by NSFW, Mar 5, 2008.
and i never like sharing and living in the ghetto....
YOU JUST NEED SOMETHING TO PROTEST.
This was a nice sight to see on ACH yesterday after breakfast at Nukes and the usual 3N15 dirt bypass from Chilao to the Charleton Flats parking area.
They wont last one FALL.
too good to pass up, HU having their annual meeting in Cambria, 5 hours away from home. never been to any of their event, why not, i need to experience what HU is all about.
see linky for details.
northbound on pch, friday morning
brunch at our favorite spot in summerland
food always good at decents price; lots of hotties too, ok, you're good if you can spot the silver taj mahal...
some kind of a classic car ? and another classic, an adv rider actually riding a motorcycle to the event...
still not sure what it is!!!
somewhere near santa ynez, another cool classic
Just because Jim is old, doesn't make him a classic.
The white car is a Cord or Auburn and the black one is a Jag. Looks like I'm not the only one that scored a perfect sunset this weekend.
Looks like a 1937 Cord, part of the Auburn,Cord,Duesenberg family.
after 5 hours, finally here.........
wohooo, a dirt road...
peeps started coming in and here's the registration offfice
adv rider posing as a traveller on motorcycle
vendor's ( i mean sponsor's ) area
building which houses the kitchen, dining area, and conference room.
more riders are showing up, on all kinds of bikes....by saturday night, there were 205 registered guests....
1937 Cord 812
one australian rode this harlley all over.
this is my counterpart as far as carrying shitload of stuff....
soon, this guy will need a bigger luggage
wtp! 2 more posers showed up russ (lkn4drt) and shell (shuston); and the PPs looked like they just got out of the shower
we went and saw nicomomma (nicole), very good speaker and very lovely....
meantime, outside there's another presentation
poser#1 and poser #2 met the french couple travelling around the world. aurel and marion if you haven't heard of them.
orange crush PPs should know this bike
even clement salvatore can't help but notice the bike and rider
then the iron butt man got in the mix........:huh
and of course, my tw200 deserves to be here (check out my top luggage)...
Is there a way to sign up on an email list to keep up on future events?
saturday morning view from camp
met greg, awesome 80's traveller (jim help me out), who did one of the friday night presentation.
adv infiltrators, hard to blend in, we look different......
lots of bikes by saturday morning, and these are just half of them. the other half were parked on top of the hill at the cabins
nice wooden work..:eek1
another presentation, talking about photography and finding good subject....me like it...
you can't buy any tent here for less than $300....:eek1
nicomomma is one hardworking volunteer...
and free food samples at the end of the show
damnn...i missed the riding demo by the coach2ride
nice setup, rally raid 690. anyone know this adv rider?
ain't pretty but this bike has been in hell and back
if you need electronic communication device, support this vendor; and as kuya pat will call it, it's bitching ban....
as always, support the vendors who supports us
our very own, burnzilla....and don't dare forget, if you need powerlet accessories...BURNSMOTO
hi ace, please PM johngil and browneye. don't mind you posting for a very good cause but we have a Ride Report already in progress.
this campground is amazing, varied terrain, expansive layout, lots of good facilities, and it's like being in a forest.
we moved over to this cottage to learn first aid for "injured motorcyclist"
we learned valuable lessons here; hope i don't need to use it to any of you PPs
just inside of that cottage, is this
if you're world famous, you get to speak here; that amphitheater was packed friday and saturday nights
don't know what this bird doing here
ken making good observation on this bike, instead of the beautiful rider from south africa
during the break, jim and i found the time to ride some cambria dirt....
you look like real traveller with those boxes jim...
only in america; want one for my front yard "noob rider near"
we made it back to the campground to watch the road side repair demo
also covered was bike set up for both street and dirt; here's jeremy from altrider doing the dirt version
Thanks for posting the H.U. pics. I was not able to go, so this will have to do.
nice pics joel
Hey Joel -
It was great meeting you and Jim and all the ADV crew. Thanks for coming and for posting the great pics. Glad everyone had a good time.
I hope to see not more than 20 of you PPs at http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=734756