Monday, August 31, 2009

GR3 in the Books.....

Well Im just about recouped from the epic adventure that was GR3. Tommorrow Ill will try and lay out the series of events that made it so Epic...Hell Fire and Rain is the long and short of it but there are many details that need to be told. Thanks for the memories fellas!

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Shelter for the night was an abandon warehouse- race track

Well it rained the entire way, not just regular rained buckets. soaked to the bone when we reached camp. Good news is we found and abandoned warehouse and set up camp for the night. Warm and dry inside. The good fellas from Licks Cycle bought a van load of Beers, Biltwell & Kickstart came through with 18 pizzas. I drank enough moonshine to kill a plow horse and woke up to no rain, just a mist. Looks like the storm is headining East so were hoping it'll be an OK day to the next camp site. Stay tuned.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

1000 miles of open road awaits....

Just about that time to head out and pray for fair skies.....See you guys when I get back

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Long Way Eh?

If all goes well AJ, Will be 2300 miles away from his home in Canada and in Jersey by the end of the week for the Gypsy Run.
Following that, he's heading to New Mexico for Trent's Ground Zero.

A little over 6500 miles in three weeks solamente

Dirty South Tim

Tim from Loaded Skates...makin his way up from the Dirty South on the Pan...

And so it began.....

I'm going to do my best to document this epic journey to the U.S.'s Northern tip on a 40 year old motorcyle.
The run Officially begins Friday morning out of Americas Arm Pit, New Jersey, but the debauchery begins in a Brooklyn warehouse, affectionately known as the "Autumn Bowl"

Stay Tuned.....