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Favorite Ride Reports aka Living Vicariously

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Favorite Ride Reports aka Living Vicariously

Post by red » Thu Jun 24, 2021 11:31 am

For funsies, I like reading ride reports from places like ADVrider , etc, as well as here. I just re-read rench's tale of his trip to the east coast that ended in a hospital stay.

However, I don't care for riders with huge budgets, sparkly new gear, and weeks of traveling. I can't relate. I'm never gonna ride a brand new BMLR1200X to Adventurestan with a month of free time. Shit, I'm lucky if I can go to DooM once in a while. However, I can relate to riders like Vermin, and CETME, who turn the road into an adventure any fool can have, myself included. I imagine some of the tales are taller than what actually happened, but that makes them even better.

"There is nothing can stop time in its tracks like having a loaded bike at home on your last day of work. " Vermin

Vermin's tales:

https://advrider.com/f/threads/detroit- ... ce.265019/

https://advrider.com/f/threads/san-dieg ... at.362853/


https://advrider.com/f/threads/mid-20s- ... on.295462/

https://advrider.com/f/threads/the-adve ... 44/page-12

what are some of your favs?

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