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... good folks, I will always need them for the dirt bike... that and I got them for only $40 dollars on Kijiji from someone who bought the wrong size. I still have 2 pairs of Joe Rocket sport bike shoes, but this means I'm back in the hunt for adventure touring boots. I would like to find something that has the same foot protection as the motocross boots, has motocross syle buckles, but has a more flexible upper and is not as tall. I have a set of Thor ...
... on anything dry, but add some water and you better watch out. The muddy ruts are the worst. I have all but decided to go for a set of aggressive tires next year. I'm thinking Continental TKC 80s, 120/70R17 in the front, and 150/70R17 in the rear. The 120/70R17 has only recently been developed because of the popularity of the Ducati Multistrada... that I will own after the big lottery. http://www.canadasmotorcycle.ca/contine ...
... BBQ sauce so they will know we are Americans and have to let us back in.
We have been in Canada for 44 days, we will miss the kind and helpful people but not the roads which are generally sub-standard and appear to be getting worse. We found new bridges with expansion joints that made the over pass have 4 speed bumps. Even our RV park had installed very severe ...
... prefer hot and tropical climates when travelling, but Alaska is a place we want to see, and chose the peak of their summer to hopefully be rewarded with mild weather. When we arrive back in Seattle a week later we will spend the day touring the city and then fly home that evening, travelling overnight arriving in Saint John the following morning. Why Saint John you ask? Good question....we are travelling home on reward miles from last year's trip to Hawaii and ...
... so neither of us moved. Apparently we fell back asleep because the next thing we knew they are banging on the window to get us moving, it was 4:30. Kerry said "I guess we aren't leaving at 5!" By the time we actually got on the boat and managed to get some reclining seats it was 5:30! We didn't end up leaving the Harbour till 7:00 a.m. Soon after we got going we noticed how much the boat was rolling in the sea, the waters were still quite rough. We all got some sleep, ...
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