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Old 11-24-2013, 09:21 AM   #2551
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Who's going to match me?

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Matched. Rohan buy me a beer when you make it to Seattle.
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Old 11-24-2013, 03:13 PM   #2552
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Matched. Rohan buy me a beer when you make it to Seattle.
I'm sure he will be happy to! Thanks.

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That sucks - as an Irish American I can say this, Filthy Shanty Irish. I guess when the Celtic Tiger left the thieves walked in. I'm in for some loot.
Theft is a real problem in Ireland and the UK. From what I can gather, its usually the pikies or they go into a container to eastern europe, balkan states or middle east. This is the 3rd RTW bike stolen in Ireland. We are easy targets I guess. Thanks for chipping in.

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I cross posted the Tenere theft on a couple of forums yesterday, lets hope they find it.

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I hope they find it also. but if they don't, at least we can give him a starter on the next bike. It sucks all his kit was on the bike when it was stolen. At least I didn't loose ALL my stuff. only the bike. Camping gear and everything adds up fast.
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Old 11-25-2013, 08:36 AM   #2553
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that sucks big time, if I ever get on the road I'm investing in one of those SPOT tracking devices
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Old 11-25-2013, 10:32 PM   #2554
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Read through the entire thread... simply inspiring. I'd love to make a trip like this on a bike. What do you think of Japan so far? I loved it there. I was there for about 3 weeks (Yokosuka/ Sasebo), and was surfing pretty much the entire time (was Typhoon season) but was really surprised at how respectful of a people they are. Keep to themselves, very quiet... us Americans were loud bafoons to them I bet. In my "surf" trips utilizing their amazing public transportation, we made it to the Chiba peninsula, up North a little from there. On another longer trip went south to Totado Beach, which was a beautiful area. Usuaully not a huge fan of big cities, but Tokyo is a trip.

What Island here in Hawaii are you staying at? I'm sure you'll be busy with your family but if you have some down time I'd love to meet up for a beer or two. Once my car is sold, I'll finally have a few bikes in my garage again. On waiting list for 2014 690 Enduro R, and am also planning on picking up a 250sx. There is an awesome motocross track 20 minutes from my house on the North Shore, with miles and miles of fun trails too! Would be cool to have a bike in time here for you to keep in riding shape.

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Old 11-26-2013, 05:33 AM   #2555
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That sucks - as an Irish American I can say this, Filthy Shanty Irish. I guess when the Celtic Tiger left the thieves walked in. I'm in for some loot.
Personally I would NEVER park my bike anywhere near O'Connell Street / Quays. It's a kip. If you're coming to Ireland then make an announcement here, irishbikerforum.com, UKgser.com. You'll be seen right and much less likely that this shite will happen to you.
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Old 11-26-2013, 07:22 AM   #2556
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Come on lets help the guy out now that it has happened. He lost everything so lets help him like ADV helped Noah.


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Old 11-26-2013, 01:14 PM   #2557
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Come on lets help the guy out now that it has happened. He lost everything so lets help him like ADV helped Noah.
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Old 11-26-2013, 02:23 PM   #2558
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Tried on PayPal and it would not go...
I was able to use rohan_fel@hotmail.com

Noah if you are in contact with him maybe ask him to check his emails?


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Old 11-26-2013, 02:30 PM   #2559
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Tried on PayPal and it would not go...
Try again-my "modest fuel fund donation" I made the other day went straight through.

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Old 11-26-2013, 03:34 PM   #2560
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:28 PM   #2561
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Don't use a space

Make sure that you enter rohan {underscore} fel @hotmail.com
rohan_fel @hotmail.com. It worked fine for me.

I discovered Noah's report about three weeks ago and am finally caught up. Wow. Great photography and spirit. Thanks for bringing us along!
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Old 11-27-2013, 06:54 AM   #2562
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I am really surprised no one commented on this sneaky shot.

I stumbled across your blog recently and had alot of catching up to do. I am sure my bosses would be happy to know what I have been doing with my spare time. Amazing photos and writing! I have seriously enjoyed every bit of my time reading this one. Its great to see someone young and in a relatively similar profession doing what you are doing. It gives me hope that one day I will be able to do something similar. I am 26 with a degree in mechanical engineering. (electricity scares me, I cant see it and it can kill me)

As a east coast snowboarder I must admit that I was extremely jealous of the fresh pow shots you were posting from Georgia. All we get here is the man made crunchy shit that kills your edges and hurts like a sum-bitch when your face meets it.

Enjoy your travels and I look forward to more of your posts. You have made reference to the Appalachian mountains a time or two. When you come back to the states and find yourself in the NC/TN mountains, shoot me a message. They are practically my back yard.

Ride safe and enjoy!
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Old 11-28-2013, 05:41 PM   #2563
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Just had breakfast with RoninMoto on his last day in Japan. The 690 is on a ship to Laem Chabang and Noah is off to Korea before Thailand.

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Old 11-29-2013, 03:49 AM   #2564
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Read through the entire thread... simply inspiring. I'd love to make a trip like this on a bike. What do you think of Japan so far? I loved it there. I was there for about 3 weeks (Yokosuka/ Sasebo), and was surfing pretty much the entire time (was Typhoon season) but was really surprised at how respectful of a people they are. Keep to themselves, very quiet... us Americans were loud bafoons to them I bet. In my "surf" trips utilizing their amazing public transportation, we made it to the Chiba peninsula, up North a little from there. On another longer trip went south to Totado Beach, which was a beautiful area. Usuaully not a huge fan of big cities, but Tokyo is a trip.

What Island here in Hawaii are you staying at? I'm sure you'll be busy with your family but if you have some down time I'd love to meet up for a beer or two. Once my car is sold, I'll finally have a few bikes in my garage again. On waiting list for 2014 690 Enduro R, and am also planning on picking up a 250sx. There is an awesome motocross track 20 minutes from my house on the North Shore, with miles and miles of fun trails too! Would be cool to have a bike in time here for you to keep in riding shape.
Yeah, Tokyo is pretty nuts. But so was Osaka and Kyoto. As far as Hawaii goes, I'll be on the big island.. where there aren't to many people. Trying to hook up a moto there if anyone has a bike or friends with a bike

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I am really surprised no one commented on this sneaky shot.

I stumbled across your blog recently and had alot of catching up to do. I am sure my bosses would be happy to know what I have been doing with my spare time. Amazing photos and writing! I have seriously enjoyed every bit of my time reading this one. Its great to see someone young and in a relatively similar profession doing what you are doing. It gives me hope that one day I will be able to do something similar. I am 26 with a degree in mechanical engineering. (electricity scares me, I cant see it and it can kill me)

As a east coast snowboarder I must admit that I was extremely jealous of the fresh pow shots you were posting from Georgia. All we get here is the man made crunchy shit that kills your edges and hurts like a sum-bitch when your face meets it.

Enjoy your travels and I look forward to more of your posts. You have made reference to the Appalachian mountains a time or two. When you come back to the states and find yourself in the NC/TN mountains, shoot me a message. They are practically my back yard.

Ride safe and enjoy!
I'm surprised no one commented either. It was such an artful shot.

Don't get me wrong. Electricity scares me also. But I can "see" it and understand it. Good luck with the ME stuff. Maybe I'll be reading your RR in a few years

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Just had breakfast with RoninMoto on his last day in Japan. The 690 is on a ship to Laem Chabang and Noah is off to Korea before Thailand.

Safe travels!
Yup. It was great. Thanks for everything Gen. Especially the phone. I couldn't have gotten the shipping set up or gotten those dates if I didn't have a phone
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Old 11-29-2013, 04:26 AM   #2565
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Noah, I know some some guys on the big island. There are two on adv that I know.


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I'll cross post on there and ask them too help you out. I have a friend storing my ktm 300 on Oahu if you end up over there. You're welcome to use it. It needs to be ridden since I won't be there until May. I have good friends there that will help you with transport and will even take you riding.
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