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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by stoltzfii, Apr 25, 2017.
Just finished, awe
some, but what happened to the Bow and arrows?
James got tired of carrying them and gave them to our favorite pizza store owner in Huaraz, Peru. He was pretty excited.
Unfortunately we never lived out our dream of living off of animals will killed with the bow...
So roadkill was out?
Sounds awesome! Have a blast.
I'm with all the others here congratulating you for the excellent decision to make this trip, and your timing for it! You will probably never have this kind of opportunity and freedom again.
The stock seat is a huge mistake.
What an awe-inspiring journey! Hats off to the three of you and I appreciate the huge volumes of work putting this together. Best of everything for all future endeavors where ever they may lead.
Would love to have you over for dinner once you hit Denver and learn more about traveling in SA. Check out Northern Colorado Adventure Riders on Facebook to connect with locals here.
Congratulations, this is a wonderfull thing you'll are embarking on.
No spoilers for this dude
I just spent two days reading this awesome report! I've ridden in all 49 continental states, AK three times, Copper Canyon, Colorado 500 15 times, and nine days in Ireland on a rental and I thought I was a rider. Ha! These three guys raised the bar so high no one will ever top it! But I'm not giving up; I turned 75 in February and am planning another trip to AK in June of this year. As for living in Colorado, more power to you! I was born there, my daughter and her family live in Denver and you are right, it is motorcycle nirvana! I'll be in Denver some time in July and would buy Allen a beer or more just to be in the same room with him!
Absolutely. I'll be moving out the end of April. We can meet up then.
That's great, keep riding :) Contact me when you're out here and we'll meet up.
There comes a time in every man’s life, and in some cool chicks’ lives, when the thought of owning a motorcycle trumps everything else – the plea from your significant other telling you no, the fact that you may not have a clue how to ride one, and your own conscience saying, “Dude, is this a good idea?”
The answer? Hell yeah, it’s a good idea!
Hey everyone, James and I did a podcast with Jon Beaver from Bend Motorcycle Adventures. We chatted about the trip, how it started, things we learned, and a few things in between. Check it out if you're interested. Links below.
Big thanks to Jon for setting up this podcast! It was a first for me.
I've replied to this report several times but I still says it's best ride report ever
Thanks for heads up on podcast
Thanks for sharing your story on our podcast!
Fan-@#$%-tastic, gents. What an amazing trip and all-time ride report. You're legends.
Thanks for taking us along.
Allen, I followed along with this RR the whole time, and it's by far my favorite one ever. So much so, that I'm thinking about doing something similar this winter/next spring (minus Alaska). My question is, what was your experience as far as how hard it was to get internet access? I'm a programmer, and the only way I'd be able to afford this is to have solid internet access at least two days a week. I'm thinking about getting something like Google Fi, and hoping they have good enough coverage, but I'd be interested to hear your thoughts.
Thanks for putting in the work of keeping this updated for your whole trip!
Truly epic trip! Thanks for the awesome story.