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Old 05-18-2013, 02:47 PM   #61
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Excellent pix!

I've never been to Hawaii, gonna have to change that!

I'd always heard it was beautiful, but DAMN!!!

Y'all are some lucky asses out there!!

Stay safe!

Any jobs for truck drivers out there, beach bums, WHATEVER!!
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:16 PM   #62
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I've never been to Hawaii, gonna have to change that!

I'd always heard it was beautiful, but DAMN!!!

Y'all are some lucky asses out there!!

Stay safe!

Any jobs for truck drivers out there, beach bums, WHATEVER!!
Get on out here! Rent a bike from HIADV and explore this place! There really is riding here for every type. Well maybe not supercross but anything else!

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Old 05-19-2013, 09:29 AM   #63
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There really is riding here for every type. Well maybe not supercross but anything else!

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Y'up, what he said!!!

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Old 05-28-2013, 03:37 PM   #64
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Viewed from the Saddle Road
Pretty bike! Nice shot!

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Old 05-28-2013, 05:20 PM   #65
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Indeed, that is a lovely toaster with a beautiful shot Big Bamboo! What year is the bike?
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Old 05-28-2013, 06:35 PM   #66
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Also some nice shots! Where is this... back side of Hualalai? The bike in my photo is a '72 R75/5.
That is off of R1 some (legal) side trails. I wish I could get to the backside of Hualalai! Man I may have to get an old beemer someday, they are just cool!

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Old 05-28-2013, 07:08 PM   #67
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just got back from my business trip. rented a sg and rode around oahu.




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Old 06-03-2013, 02:43 AM   #68
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Mana (keanakolu) road the purtiest I've ever seen it!




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Old 06-05-2013, 08:30 AM   #69
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Nice shot, was that yesterday? I saw an Airhead with a white helmet heading west on Saddle in the vicinity of Kaumana City at about 4:00 PM.
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:47 PM   #70
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Nice shot, was that yesterday?
Yep, that was me! Perfect clear day for a ride and photography.
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No Motorcycles But...

a pretty gnarly 100 mile three day canoe race that started this morning. Olamau!



Laupahoehoe to Keokea today, Keokea to Kawaihae tomorrow and Kawaihae to Kona on Friday, $50K purse, 19 teams I believe and Full On Bitchin!

Last year's race http://vimeo.com/39451660
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Olamau is hawaiian for masochism

My nephew was in the leading Hawaiian canoe yesterday (fifth at the line) and he texted me a pix of the whole crew getting IVs at the hotel(?) in the evening. Cheeooo

At least he rests today, I hope.

I am under the impression that the four leading canoes are filled with (basically) professional Tahitians paddlers.


(PS White Rd was too wet so I moved to a "drier clime")
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My nephew was in the leading Hawaiian canoe yesterday (fifth at the line) and he texted me a pix of the whole crew getting IVs at the hotel(?) in the evening. Cheeooo

At least he rests today, I hope.

I am under the impression that the four leading canoes are filled with (basically) professional Tahitians paddlers.


(PS White Rd was too wet so I moved to a "drier clime")






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a pretty gnarly 100 mile three day canoe race that started this morning. Olamau!



Laupahoehoe to Keokea today, Keokea to Kawaihae tomorrow and Kawaihae to Kona on Friday, $50K purse, 19 teams I believe and Full On Bitchin!

Last year's race http://vimeo.com/39451660
Pretty freakin cool! Scary looking but cool.

Funnily enough living in this place has showed me my one big fear. It's It's being on a boat on the open ocean. Great fear to have living on an island right? I guess I'm a mountain man at heart. I spend a ton of time all over Mauna Kea here.

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My nephew was in the leading Hawaiian canoe yesterday (fifth at the line) and he texted me a pix of the whole crew getting IVs at the hotel(?) in the evening. Cheeooo

At least he rests today, I hope.

I am under the impression that the four leading canoes are filled with (basically) professional Tahitians paddlers.


(PS White Rd was too wet so I moved to a "drier clime")
IVs, they're not just for Hangovers!!!

Yep, that's what those guys do for a living, the Olamau kind of caters to them by scheduling the Olamau when the Tahitians can make it, we have some incredible waterman here in Hawaii but it's just a "Leisure" sport for them....

Did you used to ride Mud Lane? Seriously fun single track in that area!

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Pretty freakin cool! Scary looking but cool.

Funnily enough living in this place has showed me my one big fear. It's It's being on a boat on the open ocean. Great fear to have living on an island right? I guess I'm a mountain man at heart. I spend a ton of time all over Mauna Kea here.
I grew up on the North Shore of Oahu and surfed all through highschool, work, and then college, I've paddled pretty much every coast of the Big Isle and I also ran my own boat out of Hilo fishing Ika Shibi (Night time handline Tuna fishing for 100+ lbs Yellow Fin) so I'm comfortable on the ocean.

Scariest thing I ever did on H2O was paddle down the Rhine River past the Lorelei in Germany, that water was just plain freaky!!!
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IVs, they're not just for Hangovers!!!

Yep, that's what those guys do for a living, the Olamau kind of caters to them by scheduling the Olamau when the Tahitians can make it, we have some incredible waterman here in Hawaii but it's just a "Leisure" sport for them....

Did you used to ride Mud Lane? Seriously fun single track in that area!



I grew up on the North Shore of Oahu and surfed all through highschool, work, and then college, I've paddled pretty much every coast of the Big Isle and I also ran my own boat out of Hilo fishing Ika Shibi (Night time handline Tuna fishing for 100+ lbs Yellow Fin) so I'm comfortable on the ocean.

Scariest thing I ever did on H2O was paddle down the Rhine River past the Lorelei in Germany, that water was just plain freaky!!!
Haha see and I used to free float down crazy rapids and river surf in stuff that should have killed me. I guess it's all what you grow up with. :

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