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Old 05-29-2012, 09:46 AM   #1
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From: Between Bellevue, Wa and Hood River, Or
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I Ride: a KLR 650, and an XT 225
Where the hell is Murph?
The first 30 seconds of this video sums up motorcycling to a T.


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Old 05-29-2012, 09:54 AM   #2
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Jesus.

I'm pretty sure I just saw a La-Z-Boy doing twisties.

Good message behind it though.

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Old 05-30-2012, 12:39 AM   #3
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I Ride: 03 SV1000 Racebike, 03 Busa, 08 Busa, 89 Transalp
I have five sites that I follow of folks that have decided to take an alternative approach to living and live life on a motorcycle and experience the world in a way 99% of us never will.

IMO, I feel that everyday of their life, they take greater risks and experience life in a fuller way than most of us do. In many ways I agree with Murph's overall statement, if offered the chance to walk out the door and simply get on a bike and live I would. But since I have a family and love them dearly, I appreciate everyday I can get on a bike and take a few day trip with friends and then bring that home to share with them.

Great find Mic...thanks!

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Old 05-30-2012, 08:40 AM   #4
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I Ride: 1 of 2 bikes that are trying to kill me
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I have five sites that I follow of folks that have decided to take an alternative approach to living and live life on a motorcycle and experience the world in a way 99% of us never will.

IMO, I feel that everyday of their life, they take greater risks and experience life in a fuller way than most of us do. In many ways I agree with Murph's overall statement, if offered the chance to walk out the door and simply get on a bike and live I would. But since I have a family and love them dearly, I appreciate everyday I can get on a bike and take a few day trip with friends and then bring that home to share with them.

Great find Mic...thanks!
+ 1 to that.

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