Originally Posted by Blacknchrome
I am very much a virgin in the world of RVs....My wife and I are die hard Harley folks who ride 10,000 miles a year on each of our own...
This past summer she received a living donor Kidney transplant and began to ride only 90 days later...but she cannot ride the huge mileage like before..we would do 400 miles a day for 10 days or more..
So we bought a nice 2000 36 ft Class A...we picked it up last weekend and put 150 miles on it during that afternoon...
Been cleaning more because I am OCD so a clean vehicle or motorcycle is what I love..going to pull a 7 x 16 enclosed trailer behind and off we will go..have 5000 miles of trips planned next summer already...
Not as new or big as many on here..but I am proud what we have...and we are looking forward to traveling in comfort so that we can enjoy the bike rides next summer...Sturgis in August...Lake Ontario in June..
As a fellow RV'er and HD owner ( '03 Ultra) let me say I tip my hat to your "400" miles a day rides. You have earned the Iron Butt kudo's! That is some serious riding there.
We own an '08 Itasca and have just picked up a trailer for it as we plan on doing exactly what you are doing. That is, ride to some destination in the MH and then explore the area on our bike. The beauty of this is, if it's pouring out, no big deal, as we are inside the MH. When we get to our destination and it's still pouring, again no big deal we simply will defer riding . But
, if it isn't raining out then I can't think of a better way to check out the new surroundings that on the bike!
Good luck to you both and ride safe!