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FUCK YOSEMITE

or AN ARGUMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE YOSEMITE VALLEY DAM

By J.J. Solari with photos supplied by Sam Burns
This was written in 1997, maybe. I had made six or seven trips there in 88-97 or so but I was a recovering psychopath at the time and Yosemite, thanks to Cecily who kept dragging me there, and who insists I am still a psychopath, Yosemite Valley was an abrupt tonic for my mental State.
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Let's Hit Route 66 Easy Rider Style

With Behind the Scene Notes

Story and Photos: Koz Mraz
Easy Rider changed my life. I wanted to be Captain America, a rebel without a cause and a wild man
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Yosemite National Park Presari Digital Explorer Travel Guide with Real-Time Search and Interactive Maps

New ebook on Amazon

by Paul Krupin
to be an extremely helpful time saver for people who desire to be more tech savvy and educated while adventuring outside. The purpose is to help money- and time-strapped travelers find the best travel information to meet their needs fast even using their smart phone on the road.
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TEN BEST MOTORCYCLE MUSEUMS

From RoadRunner Travel

by RoadRunner Travel
If you're out on the road, the best stops are motorcycle museums. Some of these are top notch experiences, fulla knowledge and history. The Wheels Through Time Museum is extraordinary. Every motorcycle runs and has a wild historic tale behind it. The Harley-Davidson Museum changes its displays and educational programs constantly. Someday soon, the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum will be added to this li...
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Motorcycle Museums Worth Making a Pit Stop For

Can't Miss these Motorcycle Travel Stops

By Cycle Trader Staff
Every bike has a story and taking a look back at how motorcycles have evolved over the years can bring out the warm fuzzies of even the toughest rider. Lucky for the history buffs, there are a ton of museums around the United States that will gladly transport you back in time and show you just how far we’ve come in the motorcycle industry.
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10 Places to Ride During Sturgis Bike Week

A compilation of unforgettable riding destinations an hour's ride from the Sturgis Rally

By J&P Cycles
Sturgis Bike Week. From custom bikes to live music, little is left to the imagination. There are plenty of things to see and do in Sturgis during Bike Week. But the road offers so much more.
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BIKERNET TRAVEL REPORT FROM DOWN UNDER

From museum to beach

By Lisa Robinson
Kia ora from "Down Under". I just spoke to your mom, Alma last week and told her I recently went to the South Island in New Zealand and was in Invercargill where Burt Munroe lived. I went to the museum there and got to sit in the "motorbike" surround used in the movie. "The Fastest Indian."
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Bikernet Brings You: The Notorious Elbow Inn

Along the Devil's Curve on Route 66

By David Campbell
Bikernet Checks it Out: While at the Mid American Freedom Rally in Buckhorn MO, it was recommended that I scoot on up the road to Devil's Elbow and have a drink. Well Sunday afternoon was open so I fired up the Road King and slipped out of the campground. A few short miles later I was sitting down at the bar of the Devils Elbow Bar and Grill. In the middle of Pulaski County sitting right on the Bi...
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