CoreyHass
Corey Hass
CoreyHass
Jan 29 2017
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Hey Brian, we did try it again the following year, 2015, but not last year, you can read about that here. We were thwarted by the weather that time. You’d need to be confident in your skills before trying something like this, and spend a lot of time reading up on actual lines and approach. You can find tons of good Read more

Aug 5 2016
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Check the specs, a Raptor will share its cab and interior space with the regular F150. The SuperCab (suicide doors) has .9" of MORE leg room than the ‘16 Crew Cab (four door) Tacoma. The Raptor is also a heck of a lot bigger and will get you an extra 6" of bed space.

May 4 2016
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You’re getting super sloppy Tavarish...this is a poop job of someone adding a sport bike sound over a video. This was published 8 months ago by Gawker’s finest...the one and only Casey “Click Bait” Chan...at least you edited the title a little....sigh.... Read more

Apr 20 2016
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Have been wishing my CB500X had more power, and this looks like the next step up, even at the same weight! Would love to see the Tenere version of this with the same engine. It better have ABS though! Read more

Apr 20 2016
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It has the wheel speed sensors front and rear, so my guess would be yes!

Nov 11 2015
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Looks like the perfect thing for your Thanksgiving trip!

Nov 3 2015
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It is definitely usable and a gadget I plan to carry with me.

Nov 3 2015
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Fixed! Thanks for the note, I got my facts mixed up when looking at the comparison chart.

Nov 2 2015
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While Earl sure does look interesting and exciting, kickstarted projects rarely go as planned with a small dev group. It is also now 2 years dated and quickly losing its supporters. Read more

Nov 2 2015
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Yeah, the cables are frustrating, especially since this one has a mini-USB on it. All 3 Garmin products I have, each have a unique cable :/

Nov 2 2015
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Personal Locator Beacons are used for emergencies when no-one is around. These radios would not be good for that. Is that what you are asking?

Nov 2 2015
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You are correct. There is a stern warning on the box and instructions telling you to do so. I looked into it, and agreed that it was not worth much effort beyond that.

Oct 7 2015
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That’s a smart idea!

Oct 7 2015
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Thanks! I was thrilled to see the bigger dipper so bright even on the camera

Oct 7 2015
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It is an unfortunate system...but what you plan on doing sounds way better!

Oct 7 2015
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There are plenty of other fourteeners in the US, but none of them have the title of “Highest Peak in the Continental US".

Oct 2 2015
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Why does Schuberth do that test at -20 C (-4 F)? I don’t know anyone that would want to ride at those cold of temperatures. The temp also has a pretty significant effect on the materials, making some harder and more brittle.

Sep 28 2015
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This article was pretty badass. If you want to see Nathaniel Coleman send the climb they were talking about, watch it here, a few others make the climb and one guy just powers right through with out using his feet at all:

Sep 11 2015
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In Colorado, bears are fattened enough to facilitate a good hibernation, then wildlife officers wait until they go to sleep for the winter before releasing them. To do that, they build an artificial den at the release site and transfer the bears to it. The bears simply wake up in their new habitat.
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