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  1. 0 comments

    I friggin love it!
  2. 1 comment

    This is the largest bike I have ever owned. Love it. Very capable of long rides then jumping off road.
  3. 1 comment

    I've been riding for for about 28 years on many different genres of bikes - from dirt, to cruiser, to crotch rocket. I have to say, this bike is by far the best I have had the pleasure of owning and riding. It's versatility, quality, and capability coupled with it's reasonable price point make it a win win!
  4. AltRider announced today a new line of protection parts (skid plates, oil cooler guards, headlight guards, radiator guards, luggage racks, high fender mounts) for the Ducati Scrambler as well as three Triumph bikes: Bonneville, Scrambler and Thruxton.
  5. 1 review

    Connect your Altrider Lower Crash Bars with your OEM upper crash bars.
  6. 1 review

    The average person takes 0.5 to 1 full second to react to hazards. Traveling at 60 MPH, a rider will travel 25 to 50 feet before being able to properly react. Most OEM brake pedals have a single-positioned small footprint, yet most ADV riders substantially change foot positioning as they switch between standing and sitting. If your foot is not already situated correctly on the rear brake pedal, you are now potentially doubling reaction time and distance to make what could be a critical stop. This is why you see all motorcycle racers with 1 or 2 fingers on the front brake lever in photographs. AltRider has taken away this additional hazard with the patent pending DualControl Brake System. There are two parts to the AltRider DualControl Brake System that enhance control and reaction time; a riser and an enlarger plate. Riser When in a seated position, a rider’s bent knee naturally puts the angle of the foot pointed down 90 degrees from the lower leg, while a standing position creates a straighter leg and raises the angle of your foot to a more horizontal position. Using the OEM brake pedal, there is no way to keep the correct brake control position when both sitting and standing. With the AltRider enlarger and riser combined, there are now two levels in which to engage the rear brake, putting your foot in optimal position regardless of riding position. As every rider is different, there are two riser heights available depending on your riding style. For those needing additional customization, risers can also be swapped out. Enlarger The ever-changing terrain of off-road riding means your entire body is constantly moving and adjusting. The billet aluminum enlarger plate gives your foot a greater surface area to work with, affording you more control of the rear brake. The enlarger plate is precision fit to each bike model ensuring long-term stability. Optional and replaceable grip pins are provided for further customization. Both products are available separately or as a kit. Stainless steel bottom plate and hardware to endure the abrasions of off-road riding 100% designed and manufactured in the USA 25.4 mm riser height available Pins provided with enlarger for enhanced grip, extras included Enlarger and Riser available in black or silver Patent Pending Replaces KTM, Husqvarna, and Husaberg OEM part numbers: 60013051000, 54813951000, 81213951000, 54813051100 and 54813051000. Fits: KTM 1190 Adventure / R KTM 1290 Super Adventure KTM 990 and 950 Adventure KTM 690 Enduro KTM 125-540cc bikes Husqvarna 125-501 cc bikes
  7. 1 review

    TASTE OF DAKAR From sand dunes to stretches of cracked sandbeds, dirt trails winding around valleys and everything in between -- the desert offers unique riding opportunities for ADV enthusiasts. Join us for an epic weekend adventure for the 4th annual Taste of Dakar in Pahrump, Nevada on March 11-13th. This gripping adventure includes GPS-led routes, 5 square meals and snacks for the weekend, adult beverages, nightly entertainment, and the opportunity to ride and train with professional riders. The Taste of Dakar registration includes: 2 nights of camping at the Wine Ridge RV Resort Epic GPS led routes for every skill level in the beautiful off road routes near Death Valley 5 delicious catered southwestern meals Beer and adult beverages A stylish AltRider Taste of Dakar t-shirt Exciting prize giveaways from event sponsors Friday // Roll into the quaint town of Pahrump for registration before a delicious catered dinner right at the campsite, Wine Ridge RV Resort. Set up shop for the weekend and enjoy a few drinks before tucking in for a full day of riding the next day. Saturday // After a hearty breakfast, break into groups based on skill level for the awesome ride into the desert. Don't forget your cameras and Go-Pro's for your awesome adventure through dirt roads, dry cracked sandbeds, dunes and desert brush against the stunning mountainscape. Halfway through the Saturday ride, we'll stop to enjoy a filling lunch and swap stories from the first part of the day. Ride for the rest of the afternoon with your groups and return from your epic day to a special dinner back at the campsite, albeit with new friends and fond memories. If you have time, take a dip at the pool and hot tub at the RV resort. Sunday // Wake up to another delicious breakfast and break down your campsite for your ride home. Register for the Taste of Dakar by adding the Event/Ride Only option to your cart and check out. You will be receiving itineraries and more information a few weeks before the event. BLACK SWAN MOTO OFF-ROAD RIDING SCHOOL Need an off-road refresher course? Or even a full-on introduction to off-road riding? Black Swan Moto will be conducting a one-day class on Friday the 11th before the AltRider Taste of Dakar event. Learn all the tricks and tips of off-road riding from instructors with 10+ years of training experience and get prepared with a teaser of all the terrain for the weekend course. Register for this class and the Taste of Dakar event by adding the "Event/Ride + Friday Class" to your cart. You will be receiving itineraries and more information a few weeks before the event. Motorcycle rentals at a special Taste of Dakar event price are available through MotoQuest: Email [email protected] for any questions about Taste of Dakar or the Black Swan Moto class.
  8. 1 review

    Your BMW R 1200 GS can only go as fast as you can stop, so keep your brake system in top condition. Bolt on some protection for your rear brake master cylinder. Light but durable, this aluminum guard provides more coverage than the stock OEM guard. Available in black or silver. Lightweight aluminum Bolt on protection Quick, easy installation Anodized finish in black or silver Includes Loctite (except on international orders) Height: 1 inch Width: 3 inches Depth: 6 inches Weight: 0.1 lbs
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    Great ride. Had a 2012 road that I started with and upgraded when I found a deal on a used XC. Larger front wheel and better suspension were huge. That said, the the stock suspension sucks for someone bigger than average. With some upgrades it has been a great dual sport and tourer.
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    Superb long distance traveling GS. This 2014 R1200GS Adventure is thus far the most competent do it all motorcycle that I've owned. I have the opportunity to ride all models of BMW motorcycles on regular basis, and if I had to own one from the entire line up it would be this bike. 300+ mile fuel range, great rider protection, comfortable riding position and features such as cruse control, and adjustable windscreen while on the way are just a few of the redeeming qualities. It's a pleasure to ride no matter how far both paved and dirt. However, your perspective of this motorcycle will grow as your ride takes you further and further away home.
  11. Out here in Pahrump scouting trails with Curtis and Sky for AltRider's Taste of Dakar in March Yesterday's route across the dry lake bed. I was cold riding up and stopped at Tecopa hot springs to warm up. This is a pic I found on the Interwebs. I thought this lady looked funny Cold this morning Lunch at Pioneer Saloon
  12. This video came in my inbox while I was riding in Colorado... From AltRider Luggage rack Skid plate Upper & lower crash bars As for their crashbars, the salient points seem to be they're made of thicker tubing, don't have sharp bends (adds to strength) and are attached better.
  13. A reason to show up for the 2016 Conserve the Ride june 10th-12th. Have you ever ridden past a closed gate on the side of a gravel road and wonder where does it go? Your mind dreams up some amazing offroad adventure with a perfect mix of dirt, rocks, and elevation changes. Then you continue on you’re way past the gate, shaking your adventure from between your ears and returning home. This isn’t the case with events like the AltRider’s Conserve the Ride. Many factors make this ride one of the most accessible adventure rides on the east coast. With gates opened, trails clearly marked and GPS files downloaded getting into trouble or lost would prove hard to do. A main loop of gravel and tarmac is laid out with options leaving and rejoining the route. With 4 levels of difficulty in the optional sections clearly labeled at the trailhead and discussed in the rider meeting. Three very new, very different options were opened up this year - all wide single track multi-use trails with a small crushed shale top coat laid down over miles of bermed corners with varying levels of difficulty. The best way to describe it is to call it sand or mud’s easy to ride cousin. The front tire would push a little, but not wash out from under you. After completing these segments, one rider said that he’s learned more about off road riding in those options than he has in 12k. Another rider who’s been training for a shot at the Dakar came out laughing, proclaiming that was the most fun he’s ever had on big bike. Showing up alone for a group ride isn’t a problem either. AltRider’s 2013 Conserve the Ride was my first time at one of these events, and was where I met my ADV friends (#fatankleracingteam) that I still ride with at multiple events throughout the year (there is about 20+ of us now). Those who don’t come in a group find it easy to join a small group of other riders with similar riding abilities. This event is not a race. There’s no mix of big bikes and packs of wild ex motocross racing dirt bikers who will blow you into the weeds as they pass you (as experienced at other events). You won’t find yourself trapped under your bike with no one to help you. The crowd at this event is outgoing, helpful, and excited to be there. You can’t really have a tip over without having 3 people helping you and your bike up before you’ve caught your breath. Unlike some events your entry fee covers nearly everything and you will have a hard time spending any money on anything other than gas. Unless, that is, you were tempted to bid on the Rev’It, Bmw of Manhattan, Kissel Motorsports, Kenda Tires, or Rox Speed FX donated goodies, where all proceeds were donated to the Seven Mountains Conservation Corp (more on this later). Organizers of this event have catered to your every food and beverage needs. Fellow ADV rider and local owner Michael Marx of World’s Fare Catering takes care of all the meals. Full plates with seconds available of the best food I’ve ever had at any event makes two and a half days away from home easy. The event is further eased by a very local craft beer brewery; the Elk Creek Cafe. The only thing you need to decide is if you are going, where you’re pitching your tent, and which options you plan on doing. This year’s 150+ mile route has by far been the best route yet, scouted, marked, and swept by the Seven Mountain Conservation Corps. The SMCC is a local non profit dedicated to maintaining and improving a massive multi-use trail system in conjunction with the PA DCNR (Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources). These folks put a lot of hard work into this event and it shows in the amount of fun that all riders had. A portion of your entry fee goes back to this worthwhile organization. Even with a three week old “new” bike and the stock road oriented tires on it, you can still enjoy events like this. Do a couple of the options. Even if you don’t have any formal training. You might drop it, or get some scratches on it, but the next time you’re outside your local starbucks and someone asks: “Where have you been on it?” you’ll have an answer. Also, for about 2 months you won’t be able to tell a story without starting it with: “This one time at the Altrider ride.” I originally wrote this article for ADVMoto magazine and if you don't have a subscription you should probably look into it.
  14. SEATTLE, WA – October 18, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Motorcycle accessory manufacturer AltRider is now stocking their DualControl Brake System for the 2016-17 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin. This innovative device offers riders better control over their rear brake lever in both seated and standing positions, making it an ideal upgrade for adventure riders looking to leave the pavement. AltRider’s DualControl Brake System provides quick access to the Africa Twin’s rear brake, no matter what position the rider is in. “Most ADV riders change their foot position as they switch between standing and sitting,” explained AltRider Founder Jeremy LeBreton. “If your foot is not situated properly on the rear brake pedal, you’re potentially doubling reaction time and stopping distance, which can be especially hazardous when riding off-road. The DualControl Brake System aims to correct that problem so riders can maintain control over the rear brake at all times.” AltRider’s patent-pending DualControl Brake System features two pieces to help enhance a rider’s control and reaction time: a riser and an enlarger plate. When a rider transitions from a seated position to a standing position, the change in angle tends to bring the front of the foot higher and further away from the rear brake lever. The riser was designed to provide quick access to the rear brake, no matter what position the rider is in. The enlarger plate was designed to combat the effects of off-road terrain on the rider’s footpeg position. This piece provides a greater surface area to minimize slips or misses in bumpy riding conditions. With both pieces installed, the DualControl Brake System helps Africa Twin riders improve reaction time and control over the rear brake lever. Features Include: Patent pending design 25.4mm tall riser is constructed of billet aluminum Billet aluminum enlarger plate is precision fit to the Africa Twin Replaceable grip pins provide traction in all conditions Riser and enlarger available separately or as a kit Installs easily with included stainless steel hardware Available in silver or black finish 100% designed and manufactured in the USA] The AltRider DualControl Brake System is 100% engineered and manufactured in the United States. The riser and enlarger are offered separately or as a kit, and are available in a silver or black finish. AltRider DualControl Brake Systems are available at www.AltRider.com and through authorized AltRider dealers. About AltRider.com From their vast catalog of American-made protection pieces and other accessories to their annual signature rides, AltRider is all about giving riders the freedom of adventure. The Seattle-based company designs, tests and manufactures its products to function well, look good on the bike, and stand up to brutal riding conditions. Learn more at www.altrider.com.
  15. 1 review

    Keep your R1200 GSW headers from dents and dings by installing the AltRider Header Guards. Made of 1.5 mm thick stainless steel, it utilizes a six-flange design to wrap around the pipe and offer superior coverage against kicked up rocks and debris. This piece offers protection and an aggressive look to your machine. To ensure perfect fit, the AltRider Header Guard was designed to be easily conformed to the contours of each header pipe before attaching with the included stainless hose clamps. Made from 304 stainless steel Provided with high quality stainless steel clamps 1.5 mm thick Length 37.5 cm (14.75 in) Fits manifold/exhaust tube 42-48 mm (1.6 - 1.9 in) in diameter Includes 2 guards and 4 hose clamps Whether you ride on or off road, be sure to protect your BMW R 1200 GSW Adventure with an AltRider Header Guard.
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    The AltRider SYNCH (siNGk) Dry Bags are the culmination of 15 years of off-road camping experience, world traveling, and soft goods design, all rolled into a single easy-to-use and durable package. The 25 liter capacity bag is a fully tape-seam sealed body construction made of 14oz vinyl coated fabric (“Truckers Tarp”). The SYNCH bags are designed to be 100% dust and waterproof, engineered to withstand the most extreme temperatures and wet weather over hundreds and thousands of miles of trails and roads. SYNCH was designed with accessibility and flexibility in mind. Each bag features daisy chains for easy lashing of camping gear like bed rolls and tents. There are four anchor points with high strength nylon D-rings for strapping the bags to the bike and for connecting bags to each other. All of the anchor patches are made from a military grade, waterproof and chemical resistant neoprene. Designed for quick entry, the side openings allow access to either of the bags two openings without having to release the tie-down straps. This holds true when the bags are stacked on each other as well. Each 25 liter dry bag includes 2 tie-down and 2 stacking straps. One end of the tie-down features a soft-loop style closure, perfect for attaching to crash-bars, trellis frames, luggage racks and other great tie-down points. The other end is a heavy duty, steel wire-gated military grade nylon snap-hook for securing to the bags. Features list: Capacity: 25 Liters 14oz waterproof and durable “truckers tarp” Military-spec neoprene on all anchor patches Tape-seam sealed construction for water and dust proof performance 1 daisy chains for extra gear lash-points 4 nylon D-rings for tie-down and stacking options 2 custom tie-down straps (can be used as shoulder straps for portage) 2 custom stacking straps (for connecting to other bags and gear) Available in black or white
  17. 2 reviews

    Made with 1/16 inch (1.5 mm) anodized aluminum, it replaces the OEM guard for a heftier solution. Louevers deflect kicked up debris, and we designed them to simultaneously direct air toward the radiator to keep it cool. The AltRider Radiator Guard attaches with OEM mount points and hardware, and is the only guard currently available that utilizes the lower middle mount to provide increased strength and protection. Plus, we made installation easy by making sure you wouldn’t have to remove the body panels.
  18. 2 reviews

    AltRider Hemisphere Soft Panniers combine ultimate functionality and extreme durability to create the most versatile pannier on the market. With approximately 125 liters of storage space, the Hemisphere Soft Panniers are designed for larger adventure bikes -- perfect for that Saturday ride or multi-day treks off the beaten path. AltRider Hemisphere Soft Panniers are 100% water-proof and dust-proof when used correctly. Custom aluminum tension hooks, along with ballistic webbing and metal cam lock buckles create a fully secure attachment to bike. AltRider motorcycles accessories are 100% designed and manufactured in the USA 100% water-proof and dust-proof when used correctly 125 liter overall capacity 1 top kit dry bag -- approx. 28 liters 2 removable dry bags for the upper compartments -- approx. 34 liters each 2 custom dry bags for the lower compartments on each bottom side of the pannier -- approx. 15 liters each Easily accessible compartments Removable top kit secured with unique cam-lock strap design Next generation design maintains handling by keeping weight low 1050D ballistic nylon, sewn over vinyl coated polyester Hard plastic stiffeners in base layer provide strong stable platform to keep gear in place securely Dry bags constructed with military grade threads, fully taped seams and 1.5” Delrin buckles High Visibility reflective logos improve safety in low light and night time riding conditions Durable Hemisphere luggage backed by limited lifetime warranty The removable top kit is fastened with 2 metal cam-lock buckles and 1” webbing. The rugged design of the cam-lock buckles won’t allow any movement of the straps, regardless of riding conditions. The cam-lock strap system can also be used to secure a multitude of other items -- the space underneath the top kit is perfect for RotopaX fuel packs. Both side compartments of the Hemisphere Soft Panniers are designed to keep the contents dry in the most extreme riding conditions. Custom dry bags with a roll top closure fit inside a compartment with an additional roll-top closure -- creating a double barrier that is impervious to the elements. The dry bags are perfect for your items that need to stay completely dry -- clothes, sleeping bags, electronics, etc. Because these items are lightweight, they can be stored high on the bike without sacrificing handling. The soft panniers also feature lower compartments with removable waterproof dry bags for storing heavier adventure essentials -- tools, camp stoves or other hefty items. Storing these heavier items closer to the ground maintains the handling of the motorcycle, while protecting your lighter items from accidental damage. Drain holes are strategically located to allow water to drain from the exterior holster while the custom dry bag stays dry and secure. The included dry bags are constructed from 1050D ballistic nylon sewn over vinyl coated polyester. Seams are fully-taped and sewn using military spec stitching. Dry bag inserts feature a roll top closure that is secured with burly 1.5” Delrin buckles -- fully isolating the contents from the elements, and allowing easy opening and closing even with gloves on. Reflective logos on either side of the bag improve visibility and safety in low-light and nighttime riding conditions. Please Note: Hemisphere Soft Panniers feature a unique design based on which side of the motorcycle your exhaust is located. Left and right side exhausts are asymmetrical and will have a slightly smaller pannier on the exhaust side. Bikes that feature exhaust in the center or on both sides will have panniers of equal size. These layouts are intended to prevent the panniers from contacting the exhaust. Hemisphere Soft Panniers are designed to work with an existing ‘hoop style’ side rack. This is a list of suggested applications and is not comprehensive. Right side exhaust 2013 – Newer // BMW R 1200 GSW 2014 – Newer // BMW R 1200 GSW A 2013 – Newer // KTM 1190 R and Adventure 2012 – Newer // Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer 2011 – Newer // Triumph Tiger 800 XC 2014 – Newer // Suzuki V-Strom 1000 1987 – Newer // Kawasaki KLR 650 Left side exhaust 2005 – 2012 // BMW R 1200 GS / GSA 2008 – Newer // BMW F 800 / 650 / 700 GS 2012 – Newer // Yamaha Super Tenere 1200 Center exhaust 2004 – 2013 // Suzuki V-Strom 1000 2010 – Newer // BMW G 650 GS 2013 Husqvarna Terra/Strada 650 KTM 950/990 2003 – 2009 // Ducati Multistrada 2010 – Newer // Ducati Multistrada 1200 Honda NC 700 X AltRider Hemisphere Luggage was originally designed to fill the needs of the riders - a piece of luggage that encompasses the adventure lifestyle. The smart features of the Hemisphere luggage were designed by riders to solve problems with other luggage designs -- difficult to use zippers that jam easily, seams that aren’t waterproof, or bags that don’t hold up to abuse from real rides.
  19. 2 reviews

    The AltRider Upper Crash Bars Assembly for the R 1200 GS are precisely engineered to protect your tank and mount your favorite lights up to. Constructed from 1" diameter stainless steel and with hand TIG welds, you will not find a more robust set of upper crash bars on the market. The upper bars assembly are available in silver, black,white, red and triple black to match your current set ofAltRider crash bars for the R 1200 GS. The design utilizes high compression clamps to mount to the lower Crash bar assembly and an integrated upper aluminum mounting bracket. The upper bracket has some addition functionality providing 6MM stud mounting options for lighting to the outside of the beak just below the blinker or directly underneath of the beak. We slotted the bracket to allow the storage of a tool roll or other items via large Velcro wraps to be hidden under the beak. Fits 2008 models and newer. *Works with 2008 and newer GSA but does touch bottom of tank on right side (see photo). Made from 1" diameter stainless steel Mounts to AltRider engine crash bars Multiple points available for mounting lights Able to remove air filter when installed Available in silver, black, white, red and triple black *Not compatible with non-AltRider crash bars for R 1200 GS *May require longer fastener if additional black beak trim installed. Will fit with OEM fasteners and GSA front beak
  20. 7 reviews

    The BMW R1200GS has a powerful yet wide motor, and you want to protect every inch. Wrap that 1200cc gem with our 1 inch stainless crash bars. AltRider set the bar high on this product. Durable and well engineered, the AltRider crash bars are built with precision-manufactured mounts that fit directly into the existing motor mount. By utilizing the R 1200 GS’s robust frame mount and incorporating the existing frame hardware, AltRider designed a quality piece that will protect your motor. Unlike other crash bars, these do not use flanges or weak tabs and are not hung: they are actually mounted. Made with a shot peen satin finish means that even when the bike takes a spill, the stainless bars will never show signs of rust. These crash bars deflect the impact from the cylinders and engine case to the strongest parts of the frame. Unlike other manufacturers, our design provides plenty of clearance around the vulnerable left oil line. It also serves double-duty as a boot rest on long rides! Save yourself hassle and frustration – and the purchase of a $200 valve cover – by installing AltRider crash bars. An advantage to the AltRider design is the comprehensive protection provided to the valve cover. This is especially important on 2010 and newer models because contact to the valve cover can cause the gasket to dislodge resulting in massive oil loss. Take a moment to review the instructions. The reason we mention this here is to make you aware which mount points on the R 1200 GS have strength. You may also want to watch the installation video (click the thumbnail to the right). You’ll see everything that comes with your purchase, the tools you’ll need to complete the installation, and tips and tricks to make the process easier. *Works with 2008 and newer GSA but does touch bottom of tank on right side (see photo). R 1200 GS crash bars available in silver, black, white,red and triple black. R 1200 GS Upper crash bars available in silver, black, white, red and triple black. Fits 2003-2013 Stainless construction fights corrosion and rust Hand TIG welded crash bars are 1 inch diameter for additional strength Manufactured in America Refined satin peen finish T55 Torx driver provided with the hardware for installation Compatible with BMW OEM plastic and aluminum cylinder head guards Removal required for valve adjustment Fits with Akrapovic full exhaust shotgun style Note: Compatible with Remus header, approx. 1/2" of clearance on the right side Note: Not currently compatible with Two Brothers header.
  21. 9 reviews

    The AltRider Side Stand Foot provides your bike with a larger footprint, so it can easily keep it from sinking into soft ground. Made from hefty 1/8 inch stainless steel, this foot features a 3D tread that echoes the aggressive AltRider Oil Cooler Guard design, while providing traction for your boots. It is the most ergonomic design on the market, allowing easy deployment of the side stand while still on the bike. The AltRider foot also clamps down on the actual foot of the side stand with Torx fasteners, which means the piece will remain tight even after months of use. No more rattling or stripped fasteners.
  22. Picked up an AltRider Rear Brake Master Cylinder Guard for the KTM 1190 Adventure / R , and an AltRider Side Stand Foot for the KTM 1190 Adventure / R today at the EuroMoto 2015 today. Was able to call in and order them ahead of time and have them bring them to the show to avoid shipping. Thanks Altrider! Always a pleasure to deal with. The rear master cylinder guard looks like this... And the side stand foot like this... I didn't get home in time to install them today. But hopefully I'll get a few minutes tomorrow, as I don't think it'll take that long. However I'm throwing a 5th birthday party for my son... So who knows. All that aside, when I get it done, I'll post up some pics and initial thoughts. Then return after some thorough use and review it again. Currently I'm already running their bash plate and rear racks. Suppose I should get some good pics of those as well. So far so good with them. I'll say a little more once I get a couple pics up. If anyone else is running Altrider kit and would like to contribute, by all means, jump in and get after it! *Just to clarify, I have zero afiliation with Altrider other than enjoying they're hard parts and 2013 and 2014 Hoh rallies.
  23. Having a great time here so far. We got in Thursday afternoon and went riding today. Rich and I did this huge hill in the dunes
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