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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by strikingviking, Aug 12, 2009.
I like your taste in motorcycles.
Oh no my friend. The police have no say on the race track!!!! These are what I'm talking about ...
Don't have these in Bejing .
They will if our treasury notes bounce.
You don't need to be here on the 4th of September to enjoy some fish tacos. Whenever you get to Portland, you will stay here, and we'll do a fish taco night for you and the local inmates. Here is a hint as to what a fish taco is: http://www.todospdx.com/questions.html#food
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Good job Hugo. I knew you would be there with a Fish Taco for our International Friend. :dg
Thanks mrazekan. I am sure you'll take good care of him.
Oh I see, I will visit Portland in Sep!
Thx! coming with the eyes, the ears and the Xploring heart~
Xie Xie Ni! Thanks!
As you mentioned, it seems that I could now go as far as Colorado. Hopefully, I will ride in Utah, and maybe we had some dirt ride there
Where had You been in China? Where did you ride? For how long your ride?
usually, small beautiful places, lesser known are favourate for 2 wheel riders
Wow! So, it the Nascar, am I right? I guess it's something real typical America.
I saw the racing some times in TV, but never by myself. I guess it could be unique experience with that!
So you guy's winning for Winston Cup or something?
hahah, I see! It seems the trip have started already, on line
Along with SgtMike
We could build some great tracks for sure.
FYI - It's Sprint Cup now. Check this out; http://www.1800bepetty.com/home.aspx
I think this is truly a great idea, I'm in for a Benjamin too. I'd also be willing to loan my SPOT tracker to the cause, if one hasn't already been provided.
What are the details for the 'Welcoming Committee?' As luck has it, I'll be landing at LAX at 11 AM on September 2nd, and at the very least, I'd like to meet LuFei in person and help welcome him to the US.
Please let me know!
OK, my short attention span has not given me the wherewithall to read all through this--does he have a bike yet? Yuma, where I reside, is as close to Mexico as one can get if you wanted him to scoot along I 8 from San Diego eastward--however, it will still be hot, er HOT:eek1 in these parts until mid-October or so, so it might be safer and better to stay away (plus, Yuma generally sucks)
Looks like I'm on the proposed route back to Los Angeles. If the timing is right (I'm not off wandering), I could probably put together another carne asada barbeque like we had for Chandergeet if Glen doesn't already have something planned for the Palm Springs area and possibly guide him back part or all the way from Las Vegas. Don't forget Joshua Tree National Park on the way back if you have an7 interest in rock climbing. Also, depending on your dirt riding (especially soft sand) ability, I could give/guied you a not paved route out of the park.
P.S. Too bad the trip wasn't now. I'm staying at my empty rental house in West Yellowstone, Montana; just 7 miles from the park entrance. But I'm leaving on August 30 and my new renter moves in then.
another edit: if the first route is the basic one chosen, I'd highly recommend it be ridden in the reverse order of via/waypoints numbers as the desert will still be darn hot in September.
Excellent! If you get lost and end up in Florida, you are welcome to stay here
Enjoy the ride!
Oh yeah, Louis, you dont wanna miss that.