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12th Annual 48hrs of TriState

MotoTourers has become a proud sponsor of the 12th annual 48hrs of TriState event, a charity drive by Subaru enthusiasts benefitting the American Cancer Society. Named for the TriState region encompassing New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania (or Connecticut, dependingon who you ask), the event started in January 2002, when 5 NASIOC – then I-Club … Continue reading »

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Jeff’s Lessons Learned 2009

Or, “Wow, this season went by fast!” Before this past season, I had never been camping with a motorcycle.  In fact, I hadn’t been camping at all since I was a kid – at least not without an M-16 or M-249 in my hands and an 80-lb ruck sack on my back.  Come to think … Continue reading »

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Anytime I go on a motorcycle forum there are always these niffy maps people have as part of their signatures; you’ve probably seen them before on other forums.  If not they’re maps of the US (I assume they have them from other countries) and if you’ve ridden in a particular state, that state is filled … Continue reading »

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…Nothing’s free in Waterworld.

Anywho…. Based the hope/assumption that we will be doing 75% camping, and at least some in unapproved areas (ie back roads/fields), I figure there will will be at least one or two occasions where fresh water will not be readily available. So I was trying to think up ideas for how to carry additional water … Continue reading »

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Slowly prepping the bike

So I spent the better part of 8 hours Sunday and about 4 hours last night running what felt like a couple hundred feet of wiring onto my bike.  I was on a mission to add a second fuse box that will be dedicated to my accessories.

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