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    Ride promoting, adventure riding, single track trail riding, fighting to keep our public lands open, exploring, riding, the outdoors, camping, riding, writing, photography, and did I mention riding ?

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  1. KTMrad

    Las Vegas ideas ?

    I lived there for 1.5 years ..... NY NY roller coaster, plus other new ones that were added at other casinos. Paris casino and the Venetian, just for sh#ts and giggles. Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, very cool. Pirate Show at Treasure Island. Fountain show outside at the Bellagio. Light show in old Las Vegas on Fremont Street, very cool. If there rides are still open on top of the Stratosphere, they're well worth doing....mega rush ! Of course, there are abundant titty bars, etc.😆
  2. Well, you know Thumper, he walks and rides to a different beat🤣
  3. Hobiee, did you have someone in mind ?
  4. KTMrad

    Iron Butt Rally

    For Tom....
  5. Bumping this again...does anyone know of someone who might be interested ? Thanks.
  6. KTMrad

    Let’s eat, … but where?

    Sorry to hear this Kelly, condolences to you and your family.
  7. Hello All, we're still looking for help with the SDAR website. Please let us know if you know anyone who would want to and can take over this position. We can pay a monthly fee to the person, which can be discussed if we find someone. We really need some help here, please get the word out. Thanks. KTMrad SDAR Founder
  8. We made it to Tombstone this morning !
  9. KTMrad

    On Any Sunday: 50 Years of Greatness

    Yeah, I was there too.
  10. Tracy King (tlking6 and/or Cosmo from SDAR) invited us to come see him in Prescott before we continue South. BUT, route 260 is closed out of Payson due to a couple huge forest fires and the towns of Strawberry and Pine were evacuated, so there's no chance of heading north to see him because the only other route would be to drop down and go thru Phoenix which is too damn hot for Doc, so we will work our way down to Tombstone to see our friends there next. Soon after that, we will make the big jump into Mexico when the real journey will begin !
  11. Went to the "Double D" again in the mountains near Payson AZ for some live music. This time, instead of taking the graded dirt road, I followed Jim in his SXS on a jeep trail that's a shortcut. It was a lot more fun with a couple of tricky, rocky spots and rutted spots but nothing too difficult for our rig. Doc Holliday loves riding thru the woods !
  12. Yeehaw....after it got down to 95 degrees at 6:30pm, we went for a ride on some local national forest dirt roads near Payson, AZ....Doc was a happy boy (and me too) and we rode past a bunch of Elk on the sides of the road. Jim took his Polaris to another local watering hole "The Double D" and we met him there, met some cool, friendly locals....I love these small towns in the mountains ! Of course Doc gets tons of attention, especially when people see his sidecar.
  13. And the fun continues at a local watering hole in Pine, AZ...with my good friend Jim Tank and his friend Brandy. Great solo local musician playing good tunes, with good beer and pizza ! The Elk rule the towns up here.
  14. We left Yuma at 3:30am to beat the daytime heat wave to get to the home of one of my best friends Jim Tank in Payson, AZ. There is an extreme heat wave forecast for the Southwest this week, so Jim said we could stay a few days til the heat dies down a bit. We went to a local bar for lunch, then in the evening he showed me around some local backcountry roads in his side by side...beautiful country here. His backyard backs up to National Forest land and the elk come by every evening 50 feet from his yard. Also lots of other critters including Javelina.
  15. So we finally left on June 11th.... The misadventures of Doc Holliday the Troublemaker.... This happened the first night we left San Diego....we were stopped off the road for a break at night, I turned my back for 10 seconds and he was gone after a feral cat....he must've went thru the barbed wire fence. I didn't notice the lacerations on both front legs until we got to a motel room. Had to take him to the vet in Yuma the next morning to get stitched up...an unexpected expense and 4 day delay to start the trip off. After I picked him up via Uber (it was over 110 degrees out and I wasn't going to ride him in the sidecar), he was really out of it from the anesthesia and drugs they put him on, it wasn't a fun day. Next day he was fine. Doc Holliday says "don't mess with barbed wire". Lesson learned...I will be keeping Doc on a leash more often, even though he's gonna hate it.