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Old 08-18-2013, 10:50 AM   #15
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Well glad to here you made it back in one piece. We left York Pa in our Endeavor pulling a 20 ft trailer. Had service just about everything prior to leaving and glad I did. We had not one issue on the 3400 mile round trip. Proper PM work paid off. We saw many Rvs broken down and stopped to help 2 of them that I could get off the road to help. Rush No More Campgrounds in Sturgis was the best of the best...
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We just got back as well, 3900 mile trip on the coach and about 800 on the bike. Had a great time and nothing broke. Had a wonderful time and really enjoyed the rides.
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Old 08-19-2013, 08:27 AM   #17
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Glad everyone made it home safely. Don't know how many miles I put on the RV. The trip started in Birmingham, then to Louisiana to pick up my brother, then to Deadwood, SD, through Colorado back to Louisiana, then back to Birmingham. The round trip between Birmingham and Louisiana was a 1,000 miles alone. The 2013 HD Heritage ran great, took the mountains in Hill City and Colorado with ease. In the shop now for the 10,000 mile service. I am leaving on August 24 heading to Milwaukee for the HD 110 anniversary then through Canada, Maine, then back down to Birmingham. Riding the Heritage all the way. RV stays home in the repair shop getting much needed attention.
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We just got back as well, 3900 mile trip on the coach and about 800 on the bike. Had a great time and nothing broke. Had a wonderful time and really enjoyed the rides.
Pictures?
Did anyone see that Outlaw that reportedly has a strippers pole on the ramp/deck?

Glad to hear the trip was safe and successful for many
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It was not near us or I would have a picture of that.
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Pictures?
Did anyone see that Outlaw that reportedly has a strippers pole on the ramp/deck?

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Surly that would not happen at Sturgis !!!
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While I have you all gathered together...

I was wondering if you guys would would give me some suggestions on a trailers. I thinking about a Featherlite 1610 14ft long 6ft 6 wide and 6 ft 6 tall with 32" side door. We will be loading two big road bikes. (My Son told me today he's trading his harley for a new Indian, so I don't know exactly witch road bikes, but I think "big" is good enough. The tow is a 45ft 650 hp RV so weight is no problem.

My real question is the size. I want to get some tool boxes in there and maybe use it to work on one of the bike if the weather outside is bad. I chose 14 ft because that the first size with a duel axle.

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I was wondering if you guys would would give me some suggestions on a trailers. I thinking about a Featherlite 1610 14ft long 6ft 6 wide and 6 ft 6 tall with 32" side door. We will be loading two big road bikes. (My Son told me today he's trading his harley for a new Indian, so I don't know exactly witch road bikes, but I think "big" is good enough. The tow is a 45ft 650 hp RV so weight is no problem. My real question is the size. I want to get some tool boxes in there and maybe use it to work on one of the bike if the weather outside is bad. I chose 14 ft because that the first size with a duel axle. Looking forward to your comments and suggestions.
What size RV are you towing with? The size you pull will depend on what you have...I used my friends 7 x16 last year in Sturgis and now I have bought my own 7x12 Haulmark low rider...if I need to work on it I can pull the other bike out.

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So how was Sturgis?
Any suggestions on where to go or avoid? I'm headed there next month.
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So how was Sturgis?
Any suggestions on where to go or avoid? I'm headed there next month.
Me too... leaving Aug 1 from Richmond VA and trailering the bikes. Staying at Elkhorn Ridge RV Park north of Sturgis in Spearfish until Friday Aug 8th. From there we are headed west to Cody, WY to stay a few days and tour West Yellowstone.

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Going this year

Is there any one going to Sturgis this year?
I am headed North from Ga on Aug 5
Planing on staying at Iron Horse camp ground
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Do you have to make reservations way out? No motorcycles for us,
just tourists, but would like to see the motorcycle rally while I'm in
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Want to go in 2017.
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