Monthly Archives: January 2004

Highway pegs for Arnie

Steph had some extra highway pegs, so once we were done with my sideracks, we put ’em on Arnie. Yay! Linda was awesome on her first ride across the Dumbarton bridge. I thought I’d taken pictures, but the battery door … Continue reading

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SW Motech cases

Thanks to Linda and her knowledge of obscure German words, the SW Motech Quick-Lock sideracks are on! There’ll be a full write-up with pictures this week sometime, but here’s how they look in the meantime. I’m really happy so far. … Continue reading

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Alaska maps

Here’s the current Alaska Plan: San Francisco, CA – Roseburg, OR Roseburg, OR – Vancouver, BC Vancouver, BC – Williams Lake, BC Williams Lake, BC – Dawson Creek, BC Dawson Creek, BC – Liard River, BC Liard River, BC – … Continue reading

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Givi bags are here!

I got my Givi bags in the mail the other day, hurray! I have to keep reminding myself that I don’t need to bring three weeks of crap with me to Alaska; I can bring only one week of crap … Continue reading

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More stuff to read.

I decided to separate the “blather about writing” from the “blather about motorcycles” in my little blogging universe. I may be wrong, but somehow I doubt that everyone who comes here to read about motorcycles is fascinated by my writing … Continue reading

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