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Pull up a couch. It's cool in the Lounge. Just remember to be a good neighbor.
 #21562  by safiri
 26 Oct 2018 05:13
Awesome.

Impressive watching the 2-up negotiate obstacles.
 #21563  by troy
 26 Oct 2018 05:49
"I'm the baddest mutha up in here". I think the soundtrack is my life's theme song. 8-) :-D

BEAUTIFUL country. Reality is...hard for a regular guy to make a $5,000 moto-trip work. Plane tickets, bike shipping (or rental), logistics....but what a great place to ride! Luc has shown me some of his ride photos from that area--some really great single-track, too!
 #21564  by gagnaou
 26 Oct 2018 08:05
troy wrote:
26 Oct 2018 05:49
"I'm the baddest mutha up in here". I think the soundtrack is my life's theme song. 8-) :-D

BEAUTIFUL country. Reality is...hard for a regular guy to make a $5,000 moto-trip work. Plane tickets, bike shipping (or rental), logistics....but what a great place to ride! Luc has shown me some of his ride photos from that area--some really great single-track, too!
Yeah, yeah, yeah... You look at it all wrong Troy ;-) It just takes a little more planning than let's say go to School creek for the day :-)

Here is how you need to think about it :-)

- #1 get a credit card that gets you frequent flier miles and run everything through it, in 2-3 years you'll have enough miles that you and your wife plane ticket over will be covered.
- #2 lodging, is easy, our house can accommodate 3.5 couples and we can set up a tent in the backyard or if somebody want to spend the $ they can rent the vacation rental next door.
So far free trip ;-)
- #3 food, you would eat even if you stayed here anyway so it is not really an extra cost...
- #4 bike rentals, that part i am afraid there is not much way to get around it... probably $1,000 for a week now

So all and all not $5,000, but more like $1,000 for a week In an amazing location ;-) https://advrider.com/f/threads/discover ... s.1068697/