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A Fantastic Trip Report by a Brit Visiting the States!

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Jun 10, 2003
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NW Houston
#2
Good link....

It's your fault, I was up to 02:30 reading this web sight using dialup! Makes me want to get a KLR650, quit my job and travel for 6 months!!

I read nearly the whole thing. I've travelled most of the roads throught New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. But not on a bike. I did trailer an XL-185 to Salt Lake.

Have bike. Will travel.

Rob
 
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May 7, 2004
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Grapevine
#3
Nice read, well until his bike breaks down anyway. Must have been those extended 90mph runs, maybe with his maintenance guys forgetting to grease the rear axle/driveshaft?

I've been tentatively planning a trip out west through Big bend, new mexico and some of Arizona next spring, this story just reinforces my desire for it. :)
 

Squeaky

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Katy
#4
I was up late reading it too, but only got through page 6 or so. I still have it up on the screen at home so I can finish it off tonight.

Great read!
 
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May 13, 2004
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Leander, Tx
#7
Dyna Sport said:
I've been tentatively planning a trip out west through Big bend, new mexico and some of Arizona next spring, this story just reinforces my desire for it. :)
If you do head for AZ, let me know, I can offer-up some great routes; roads and/or trails. I love that place. Is this a Harley or KTM trip?
 
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