I know right? Good for that owner for not just parking the darn thing in a garage. Though I’m not sure I want to be the second owner of a 156k mile Z8.
Kudos to whomever put 150k miles on that Z8!
Nice adventure review Chris! I wrote up my opinions about all the bikes on the road in Vietnam. As a long term expat I have seen some horror stories on the Win.Glad to see you got out, relatively, unscathed =) Here is the list if you are interested. Curious what your thoughts are: …
I know I’m three years late to the party, but I’ve been using the fancy feast burner exclusively for years. I usually pack two: one with two rows of holes for fast burning and one with a single row with fewer holes for simmering.
love to do the Parahawking! Sounds new and exciting to me. love Klook travel as well, my best site for budget-friendly adventures. Great Nepal adventure you have here!
Seat height is 30in. There are cruisers that ride lower than that.
Almost went with a Grom - ended up with a Duke 390. Couldn’t be happier with the fact that I chose a smaller bike.
I spent two days straight weaving through cordoned off areas, riding down sidewalks, and cutting across the grass. And not a single person was upset.
I’m your size and I did. Left my 1000cc sportbike at home and rode it EVERYWHERE. Sooo much fun.
I rode a friends and I was hooked. Now I have a giant bike and a small bike. It’s so much fun around town.
“...Surely there has to be a family that could adopt these wayward youths, that didn’t involve looking like a bear trying to fuck a Big Wheel...”
I’ve been to Iceland AND Wyoming.
Planning a Wyoming trip now, just to prove Tom wrong. It’s pretty cheap!
Yesss! Sounds amazing, thank you for your blog. I would’ve probably never even heard of it if it weren’t for this...
Thanks for all the info! I just completed a similar hike the first week of June. Check out my pictures, its interesting to see the difference from my snow covered pictures to your non=snow covered pictures:
Great write up Chris, the photos are incredible. I climbed Island Peak recently, check my blog out - https://trippingtothetop.wordpress.com/
How in the name of all that’s holy does some extra paint and reprogramming the existing traffic lights cost $100k?
Wow! I have many times looked into the distance of the Sierra High Country and would wonder, “are there actually people out there”. What a crazy adventure. And amazing photos! Thank you for sharing. Not sure I will be as daring as you, but I hope to make it out there. Something about the high country lakes are so…
Well I pulled the trigger on 3400 a while back (decided the 4400 was too big for 90% of my trips and other packs didn’t seem as durable). After taking it out a couple times, I can safely say I’m super happy with the decision and am confident I’ll be able to make it work for even my most burly trips. You’re review and…
The GorillaPod is a great little piece of gear. I was wondering how many tries it took. That photograph is perfect!