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USA west coast bike tour advice needed

Discussion in '24-7 Lounge' started by fatal, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. pete roper

    pete roper GT Godfather!

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    Jude, (the missus.) has read and approved tis message. If 'The Dwarf' says he's right? He's right!!!! :D

    Mesquite is good shit. Vegas? It's like pulling gold plated barbed wire out of your arse, but less fun.

    Pete
     
  2. mohawkeye

    mohawkeye Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Regarding "gourmet dining," there's one place: http://www.cafediablo.net/ in Torrey, on SR24, a mile or so past the upper end of SR12 (a "don't miss" road). Food's really good. I was there at the grand opening with a bunch of BMW riders. Walked up the road from the Chuckwagon motel (nice rooms) with a tall glass of Bourbon -- restaurant didn't like that :x
     
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    GuzziMoto GT Reference GT Contributor

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    It is not that are gas is watered down, we use a different system of rating octane.
    Our 91 is like your 98.
    I like Vegas, it is a fun place to visit. But it depends on what you want.
     
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    fatal Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    Thanks to everyone for their advice, we departed for San Francisco on september 7th and returned last Sunday 24th september. We had a fantastic time, as usual the americans we met were very friendly and hospitable. The Harley electraglides were well suited for the trip, so comfortable and the cruise control was useful, but the bikes were a bit of a handful on the twisty mountainous roads. Some awesome scenery and roads, any Brits considering riding the south west USA should do it.
    We made a daily blog of our journey http://www.wildhogstour2011.blogspot.com

    Hope you find it interesting.
     

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