Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by DaBinChe, Jun 21, 2010.
The size of your BALLS are only exceeded by how freakin cool you are!
The last I heard, the Symbas are not yet CARB certified for California. I'm not sure why that keeps getting delayed.
I'm guessing the Alabama plates came for the US distributor (Carter Brothers) who are also located in Alabama.
DaBinChe has been a regular poster and valued member over on the Urbanscootin' Forum.
Way to go DBC. Glad to see you here and i'm looking forward to more updates on your trip. (btw, there's a dedicated section here for scooterists. look for "Battlescooter" further down the list.)
becoming one with the bike; love it.
you go, Dude, you go.
Oh Yeah, got to be in on this 'un.
Outstanding! I can't wait to hear more.
You are one cool cat
Keep it up and keep posting!
Peace, Love & Open Roads
I'm subscribed, very cool and a great start.
450 miles! In one day?
I made Skamokawa, WA from Coos Bay, OR on an extended day to overnight ride that probably added 130 miles to the 260 the trip originally called for. It was almost brutal.
Your bike is a bit more posh than mine. and probably faster.
This has all the earmarks of being an epic adventure and ride report, reminiscent of the tales from 50 years or more ago. Watching and waiting...
sorry for not updating more often. I'm stealth camping mostly and only stay at a commercial site every 3-4 days to take a shower and do laundry. Also I'm using internet cafes and public libaries to update. My next one will be in Fairbanks. I wasn't able to update in Prince George cause the public libary was VERY SLOW..took over 40min to upload 3pics. Now at a internet cafe in Whitehorse.
border crossing, tooks some time cause I had to go in and get interrogated
my favorite section so far, half way up the Cassair
broken bolt and safety wire repair on the Cassair
repaire work in Whitehorse, welded on some material so I can grab it with vice grips...a local had a buddy that let me use his welder.
If everything goes smooth I'll be in Fairbanks in 3 days.
I have more pics and details but will fill you in when I get back. Internet time is down time which takes away miles.
more details here:
For those who are wondering, the Sym Symba is a 100cc version of the Honda Cub. It is made in Taiwan by Sym. MSRP is about $2700 last time I looked.
They get pretty good reviews
Damn! And I thought my first bike, a Ninja 250, was too small....
I'm in. Sounds like fun so far. Good luck on the rest of the trip, and looking forward to hearing more of your adventure.
I'd guess that the border patrol interrogated you because they thought you just might be a little insane.
Just found this one and looks to be a great RR