Living & Working off a Motorcycle in America - How long will it last?

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by dredman, Jul 27, 2020.

  1. dredman

    dredman Dirty Moto-Tourist

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    I left the rally with my new friend Tim who was traveling in the same direction.

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  2. x32792

    x32792 Cracker American

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    Enjoy.
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  3. dredman

    dredman Dirty Moto-Tourist

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    Camping outside of Silverton Co

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  4. dredman

    dredman Dirty Moto-Tourist

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    First trip up tp Grand Mesa in 3 years, a bit disappointing due to smoke, but still a spectacle, and a cool drone shot/crash

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  5. 1854cc

    1854cc n00b

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    7 days to go until your 2 month on the road is done. Looking forward to your conclusion, but from what I can see it looks like you've taking to this like fish to water.
    Like many others here I am a fan of Scooter Tramp Scotty and often wish I could live that life style. I can here you says why don't ya...the answer is my Kahunas aren't as big as yours or Scottys.
    Keep up the vids, love it.
    rsm8
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  6. dredman

    dredman Dirty Moto-Tourist

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    This lifestyle is easy out West, lots of public land, resources, endless magnificence, and a real REASON to live on your bike. Not sure this life translates as well on the east coast? There are several people I have met that are doing similar, with the help of other bikers - Bunk a Biker is one of the resources they use to find refuge on the road - https://www.facebook.com/groups/babnorthamerica/
    I have used the group twice, and both were great experience, if anyone hits the road they should consider the same.
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  7. dredman

    dredman Dirty Moto-Tourist

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    Running from storms, Tim and I found ourselves in Routt National Forest.
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  8. dtysdalx2

    dtysdalx2 Only a matter of time.

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    Great video's!
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