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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by jglow, Mar 14, 2011.
Great to hear you both on "Side Stand Up" last night !! Great job !!
Yes, they were absolutely excellent...
The "passion" for the ride was obvious!
Pat in NH
Thanks guys, we had a good time doing the interview ... And thanks again to everyone for all the interest and comments we received on the Ride Report --- it sure made all the effort worthwhile .
Great RR. Good interview.
You guys seemed to have packed really light by all means.
(Besides the 3 hardcover books.)
What DIDN'T you use?
Just a little PSA -- the interview starts at 1:10:25 into the program.
Good stuff guys!
Thanks for all the great pics. Really enjoyed the RR. Looking forward to your TAT trip/
The Best Ride and Ride Report to Date....AWESOME guys, thanks so much....just read start to finish...
Thoroughly enjoyed your RR. Great photography too! I got my mc license in McKinney, TX back in '78; 1 honk was a right turn, 2 honks was a left...
I just picked up an inflatable back packing pillow at REI, then read your info, below, and I'm wondering if I did the right thing. I bought the Cocoon brand inflatable for about $30. I've tried it at home one night, and I'm just not sure it's going to be comfortable on my upcoming Alaska trip.
What foam one did you get, instead? Maybe I'll go make the exchange before the start of my trip, rather than near the end, like you did!
Yeah, the one that we were unhappy with was the cocoon inflatable pillow. If you tried it at home and didn't like it, odds are that you will hate it camping . It's a bummer because the thing packs down to the size of a small pair of socks. We went with the old stand by roll-up cotton pillow, REI brand, $9.
It doesn't pack near as small, but it's by no means huge. We have been happy enough with them.
You could always use a pillow as a seat pad. I did something like that when I ran out of straps.
we use Canadian Tire memory foam pillows...they pack very small and actually work! FWIW
Some day I'm going to have to find myself a Canadian Tire. Looks like it's got a bit of everything. My kind of place.
Target or Walmart will have them...go to the camping section....you might be surprised
It's not the distinct item, it's the random references I hear about it. In other words, I'm making it a destination the next time I'm near our (the royal our) frozen bretheren.
Plus the fact that it's called "Canadian Tire" --- who would have guessed they had anything other than tires?
Great RR I'm still new to ADVRider. Did you plan the camping or did you wing it and stopped where you wanted. These photo's are awsome, you guy's must of had a great time g.
Of course I determined this after moving from upstate NY to the middle of TX. Where it's a day of driving just to get to a different state.
Jordan, just found this RR, absolutely fantastic!
Thanks for sharing
GO THE STROMS!!!