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Posted 23 November 2010 - 01:10 PM

OK. I'm no good at ride reports, and I take crappy pictures.
As I looked through the pics I have, trying to decide which one to post up, I find this.
Our first morning in Mexico, these 2 wimmen want to have their picture made with Scott.
Prolly his southern gringo accent...
I asked to have have another shot with my camera, because nobody would believe it without pics...
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 05:25 PM

When we went to the hot springs on the rest day I thought I spotted Bust-A-Nut behind the mound of dirt...

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In the end it was a different kind of jackass.
I think I was confused by the fact that this jackass was displaying the same kind of public behavior.

I completed the day 3 post on the ride report over on ADV Rider.
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Posted 24 November 2010 - 05:57 AM

When we went to the hot springs on the rest day I thought I spotted Bust-A-Nut behind the mound of dirt...

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In the end it was a different kind of jackass.
I think I was confused by the fact that this jackass was displaying the same kind of public behavior.

I completed the day 3 post on the ride report over on ADV Rider.


Bill, your Ride Report over at ADV Rider is Fantastico; I really am enjoying it. If you vato locos called and said "Let's Ride Back": I'd join in!!! PS: Bust is on the bottom!

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Posted 28 November 2010 - 02:59 PM

Just to let everyone know I think I have now completed the ride report on this adventure.

To read all the shinny go to:

Copper Canyon Crazies on ADV Rider.
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Posted 29 November 2010 - 06:49 AM

Estimados Amigos,

As a recent participant on our first Copper Canyon Explorer, I want to thank you for choosing to ride with MotoDiscovery. Special acknowledgement has to go to Don Stanley who has been a long time supporter of ours and whom we all know by now, lends so much to the fun and character of any tour. One person whose spirit and attitude I so admire is that of Phil Haglund, also a true supporter. Patrick Wendt and Ken Conrad are also counted as return riders and I hope we continue to live up to all of your expectations and that we will see you again soon.

This event was not without its mishaps. Sometimes even small mistakes can cut deep. Fortunately they did not result in more than the usual physical and mechanical damage, but we acknowledge that it could have been worse and will call on these lessons to better future riding events. Anytime you get off road and commit to this kind of adventure, there are inherent risks and exposures. We can't afford to contribute to that situation by making less than appropriate decisions so we apologize for any inconvenience and anxiety that could have resulted. My wish is that your memories of this journey are biased towards those many moments and occasions of satisfying and enjoyable, albeit exhausting, adventure and the rewards of sharing this experience with your friends both new and old.

I also hope that this tours been a positive reflection experience of our host country of Mexico. It is a land we so love and as painful as the realities as well as the perceptions are of its crisis involving the "narco conflict", you encountered first hand a Mexico of incredible culture, great people and natural beauty. Please share that with others. Doing so will make a great contribution to spreading the truth of a place often maligned.

I have to also give great credit to the staff. Having lead so many tours myself over the years I well understand the challenges and responsibilities. They make it look easy sometimes. I know they appreciated your support on this tour as well.

By way of another e-mail I'll be telling you how you can take advantage of a special bonus of $100 in Touratech Rewards, just an added value that comes with riding with MotoDiscovery and a little gesture of our thanks.

I look forward to seeing all of you again soon and hopefully will have the privilege of sharing a road with you personally. I welcome any comments or suggestions and you can be assured that we will respond by taking into account your thoughts and ideas. We're committed to expanding our presence in the Copper Canyon, to taking the Explorer to even more regions of the Copper Canyon and will always fondly consider you as the pioneers that allowed us to make it happen.

Ride safe and have a joyous and happy holiday season. Mil gracias.

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Posted 01 December 2010 - 10:09 AM

TOURATECH REWARDS - $100 US VALUE

Amigos,

The 2010 Copper Canyon Explorer was an incredible journey by all accounts. If you are like me, by about the time the soreness dissipates and the dirty gear gets cleaned and stowed, your mind begins to seduce you into contemplating your next adventure. We hope it will be with MotoDiscovery!

As a small gesture of thanks for riding with us, you have earned Touratech Rewards in the value of $100 US (one hundred US dollars) that you can apply towards the purchase of any Touratech or Cycoactive branded products (tax and shipping extra).

We have notified Touratech to expect a purchase from you in the near future. The process is simple. Just call 1 (800) 491-2926 or visit www.touratech-usa.com to place your order. If you are in the area, go by their Retail store in Seattle, 9am-5:30pm M-F. You can also e-mail your order to sales@touratech-usa.com. Whether it’s by phone, email or on the website, just provide your name and mention MotoDiscovery “Touratech Rewards.” The staff will have your details on file.

Touratech designs and manufactures high quality gear and accessories for motorcycle adventure and street touring. We know you will be as pleased as we are with not only the product, but the genuine service and support of Touratech USA. You'll enjoy shopping on line via this link. http://www.touratech-usa.com/

If you have any questions please feel free to drop me a line or call. Thanks again for riding with MotoDiscovery and we look forward to sharing another road with you real soon.

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Posted 26 January 2011 - 02:11 PM

Got Barak's video today.
It is great, you guys should love it.

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 06:19 AM

Got Barak's video today.
It is great, you guys should love it.

Joe


Joe, Barak's Copper Canyon Expedition video is fantastic! You, Yamafitter-Bill F. and Papa Chuy look like movie stars: George Clooney, Sean Connery and Liam Neeson.

Russ-rushes, Scott-fjrrider and CHRIS_D also look like movie stars: Lassie, RinTinTin and Cujo!!!

Joe and Cec: I'm thinking of having a "Movie Night" here at my Chandler home on Saturday evening February 12 to show our trip, I'll start a separate thread.

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 06:46 AM

Here are the opening scenes from the Copper Canyon Expedition video:

http://www.naggan.com/movies/CCXX2010/

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 10:00 AM

Got Barak's video today.
It is great, you guys should love it.

Joe


It was great..

The nudity could have been better blurred or edited out tho IMO....

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 03:35 PM

Whats the matter Russ, You don't like Don's hairy butt?
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Posted 29 January 2011 - 06:23 AM

Whats the matter Russ, You don't like Don's hairy butt?


Jeez Marie Joe, when did rushes become a Puritan?

Hey Guys, at the start of Chapter 2: Was Russ still drunk at breakfast?

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 09:15 AM


Whats the matter Russ, You don't like Don's hairy butt?


Jeez Marie Joe, when did rushes become a Puritan?

Hey Guys, at the start of Chapter 2: Was Russ still drunk at breakfast?


I don't have my copy yet. I wonder if it's tied up in Customs due to the porno content of Don's hairy butt.
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Posted 29 January 2011 - 09:19 AM



Whats the matter Russ, You don't like Don's hairy butt?


Jeez Marie Joe, when did rushes become a Puritan?

Hey Guys, at the start of Chapter 2: Was Russ still drunk at breakfast?


I don't have my copy yet. I wonder if it's tied up in Customs due to the porno content of Don's hairy butt.


I sure hope not Bill, if so, I certainly wished I would have shaved, so as not to hold up your copy delivery!

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 02:27 PM


Whats the matter Russ, You don't like Don's hairy butt?


Jeez Marie Joe, when did rushes become a Puritan?

Hey Guys, at the start of Chapter 2: Was Russ still drunk at breakfast?


Hey Guys, Did Don offer 5 bucks to a guide to ride his bike UP THE FRIGGEN DRIVEWAY at Lake Huites?
No...
Surely not. Why the hell would anyone do that?
You be careful there Beemer boy....


BTW...
You showed yer ass, an there ain't a hair on it.

Pu..


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Posted 30 January 2011 - 04:29 PM



Whats the matter Russ, You don't like Don's hairy butt?


Jeez Marie Joe, when did rushes become a Puritan?

Hey Guys, at the start of Chapter 2: Was Russ still drunk at breakfast?


Hey Guys, Did Don offer 5 bucks to a guide to ride his bike UP THE FRIGGEN DRIVEWAY at Lake Huites?
No...
Surely not. Why the hell would anyone do that?
You be careful there Beemer boy....


BTW...
You showed yer ass, an there ain't a hair on it.

Pu..


:)


Hell's Bell's YES I offered Barak a fiver to run my Miss Piggy up to the road, I'd have given him a twenty! After I saw Chris stick his KTM on the Lodge road, I didn't have a hair on my fat old ass!!!

Damn, twas a fun trip; I wish it was starting all over again tomorrow! I'll be doing chores at my house or making my Son Seth's breakfast, and think of something from the trip that makes me smile!

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 08:10 PM

Don, you a right. I think a lot about this trip. It will be something I will always remember.
Seeing the video really makes me want to relive it again and again.
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Posted 30 January 2011 - 08:41 PM

Damn, twas a fun trip; I wish it was starting all over again tomorrow! I'll be doing chores at my house or making my Son Seth's breakfast, and think of something from the trip that makes me smile!



Don, you a right. I think a lot about this trip. It will be something I will always remember.
Seeing the video really makes me want to relive it again and again.


Meet at the Three Palms Motel in Presideo TX Feb 26th, we cross the border the 27th :big_boss:

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 04:41 AM

Don, you a right. I think a lot about this trip. It will be something I will always remember.
Seeing the video really makes me want to relive it again and again.


Buenos Dias Jose,

Later today I will be posting a Mexico ride for Sonora Estado here on our FJR Forum, I was actually going to call you and Cec about it this evening.

I am also going to e-mail it to our Copper Canyon Expedition Amigos, so Pat and Paolo could also see it and perhaps join us; April 1 through the 5th.

Mas Suerte, Donaldo

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 04:55 AM


Damn, twas a fun trip; I wish it was starting all over again tomorrow! I'll be doing chores at my house or making my Son Seth's breakfast, and think of something from the trip that makes me smile!



Don, you a right. I think a lot about this trip. It will be something I will always remember.
Seeing the video really makes me want to relive it again and again.


Meet at the Three Palms Motel in Presideo TX Feb 26th, we cross the border the 27th :big_boss:


Mi Estimado Amigo Ricardo,

Ai, Ai, Ai Hombre; Que Lastima, Dios Mio! Senor Rick, if I had any idea you were returning to Copper Canyon in late February 2011 Papa Chuy would have made plans to join you! However, I have already planned a Mexico trip to San Carlos y Banamichi for April 1 through April 5 in Sonora Estado; meeting in Nogales on March 31.

But, let's plan on this together for 2012! I'm going to get a real dirt bike for my next Copper Canyon trip: a Suzuki DRZ400 like Tucson Joe rides. Miss Piggy's too piggy!

I'm even going to learn the ways of El Trabajo del Diablo: GPS. I've always cursed GPS and its disciples, but for Copper Canyon I can see its useful helpful applications.

Rick, keep my e-mail and # handy: beemerdons@aol.com y Telefono 480-440-4666. Let's plan a 2012 Copper Canyon trip in Fall and have it on FJR Forum by 1/1/2012.

Saludos y Recuerdos,

Senor Papa Chuy Viejo Medina
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