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Old 15 Mar 2007
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Not leaving till MAY

Anyone heading my way...I'll probably leave Montana in late May. If you are going my way around then please let me know...I'll be going all the way to Tierra Del fuego. I pretty chill though so let me know your plans. Dates are flexible but cant go to much before late may. Riding a KLR 650.

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hey dudes

my cheap aussie mate and i are heading from seattle down through the sierras and the desert to end up in san diego, then baja, acrossto the mainland to mazatlan, then hit copper canyon ,then south, maybe we can meet up at some stage ,throw down some coronas on the beach in baja, we are leaving seattle around the 12 th-13th of may and will be on klrs as well won't be dillying around to much in the states
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Anyone heading my way...I'll probably leave Montana in late May. If you are going my way around then please let me know...I'll be going all the way to Tierra Del fuego. I pretty chill though so let me know your plans. Dates are flexible but cant go to much before late may. Riding a KLR 650.

ride safe
Wayne

Hey Wayne

My mates and I will be messing around the US/MExican border for a few weeks (12th May onwards) until they have to go back to their lives and responsibilities etc etc - so I will be in Baja - or there abouts by the end of May and looking to head further South on my own - so It could work out that we could hook up somewhere along the way etc.

My email is alex.mellor@yahoo.co.uk - let me know what you get up to etc.

All the best

Al
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Heya, I am leaving Dublin Ireland First week in June, and starting in New York, So depending on Speed and Progress through the States we might cross paths somewhere in Central/South America. Will be riding a 1200GS

We should keep in touch.

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Heya, I am leaving Dublin Ireland First week in June, and starting in New York, So depending on Speed and Progress through the States we might cross paths somewhere in Central/South America. Will be riding a 1200GS

We should keep in touch.

Kev

Hey Kev,

Sounds good - keep in touch, although I warn you I am on an XR650 - and I'm shit - so will not be 'fast' etc.. so no doubt we should be able to cross paths at some point.

Alex
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Hey Kev,

Sounds good - keep in touch, although I warn you I am on an XR650 - and I'm shit - so will not be 'fast' etc.. so no doubt we should be able to cross paths at some point.

Alex

Fast doesnt bother me, my time is my own, just kinda taking it as it comes. So keep you eyes open for some Irish plates.. probably to be spotted in close proximity to a suitable drinking establishment!!
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Irishkev.

I live about 125 miles west on NYC if you need a place to stay. However I will be going to the BMW RA event in North Carolina on the 4th-5th of June.
BMWRA International Rally you are welcomed to travel along. Welcome to the States.

My email is csdawe@epix.net
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Jolly,
I have been delayed about 10 days. I'm in San Diego and leaving around the 10th or 12th. Let me know if you are still on the way.

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Jolly,
I have been delayed about 10 days. I'm in San Diego and leaving around the 10th or 12th. Let me know if you are still on the way.

Danno
Hey Danno,

I am arriving in LA on the 12th and then heading towards Las Vegas before going South into Baja and beyond etc.

Would be very cool to meet up at some point. Send me an email and let me know your movements and I'm sure we can cross paths etc.

Al
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Alaska then south

Hi Alex and everyone else,

I arrive in Anchorage from the UK in 2 weeks, and am riding a KLR solo, plan to finally get down to Argentena basically sticking to the west coast. Any of you guys who may be in those areas (USA/Canada: June,July Aug.) (Mex and beyond Sept onwards) then keep in touch as a bit of company now and then would be good.

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Simon
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2 aussies on klr 650's

we have our bikes and will be meeting in sisters oregon and staying for at least a week then heading through the sierras down and towards Baja before the end of the month,ci sinjour cerveze ,not sure if even that is good spanish
see you on the road
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TAT anyone?

HI -
I have a cheap aussie with me too! We are headed across the states on the TransAmerican Trail starting tomorrow - then up to Alaska before heading south to TdF. Anyone else taking the TAT?

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Canoeguy

If your are coming from Oregon, you are welcome to crash at my place. I live in Modesto, California (in the Central valley at the foothills of the Sierra and Yosemite).

Honestly - we have plenty of room in our home.

Here is a suggested route - From the Oregon coast take 101 South through the Redwoods, south of Eureka, California take Highway 36. It is 4-5 hours of pure heaven, quite possibly the best motorcycle highway anywhere. absolutely incredible.

Feel free to respone to my personal email: tprata56@sbcglobal.net

Cool breeze,

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Baja el proximo?

Long in the planning, finally starting out on the real deal heading south. First step is always when you break everything in. Will be happy to share the road with someone heading south soon. See next thread, it'll be the last I start for some time.
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Hey,

Am now in Loreto and heading towards La Paz to catch the ferry to Mazatalan etc etc.

Anyone nearby? Let me know if you are etc.

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