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Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Northeast, Southeast & Florida' started by alpiv, Nov 12, 2007.
Thanks for that, HOUSTON COUNTY RESIDENT, ALABAMA! and loving it!
You are Correct Sir! Dothan it is.
Bubb, What do you ride? I have built a new KLX450R and turned it into a formidable dual sport leaning more towards off road. Actually we are planning a late June departure from Jellico TN on the trans am trail headed for the Oregon coast!
Was looking forward to riding this weekend(1/25) but the weather forecasters once again missed that nail head. Turns out that 70 degree day Sunday is headed for high 50's now....... Maybe it will dry out soon.
Sound like you have quite an adventure coming up. I'd love to hear more.
currently I'm riding:
you've probably seen me around town on my big bike that's in the shop:
That scooter is quite a scale back from your normal ride. Makes you appreciate the power of the Beemer, and welcome it's return.
Here is a couple of earlier photos of my bike during the conversion process. There are more changes in store in the next few weeks so it will be changing a little more to adapt more to the mission ahead.
lol, I think I talked with someone who knows you at church today...
was that difficult to get tagged?
On the Alabama county map issue, I called the engineer at my local Alabama DOT office and they said the printed maps were a bit dated, and they offered to plot me an up to date 1":1 mile map while I waited. I guess there are benefits to living in a small community. [That said, please don't get this guy in trouble by mentioning this when you go to your ALDOT office....]
SORRY FOR HIGH JACKING THIS AL DOT MAP THREAD!
South Dakota, is that considered difficult? I guess so, Alabama said no way to off highway conversion to street legal title, but yes to a transfer...... So there you go, find a friend in AZ, SD, TX or many other states that offer up titles to off highway machines. It is a shame that if you look at the machine I converted to be totally compliant with all of the DOT requirements, versus a machine that the factory builds, they are identical in operational equipment. Mine even meets strict EPA requirements. Oh well, when there's a will, there's a way! I have always been taught.