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Old 11-14-2007, 09:29 PM   #21
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I've listened to ipod before on long trips...I use the beeswax ear plugs(mack's) to hold the earbuds in place and block external noise so the volume doesn't have to be so loud.
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Old 11-14-2007, 09:35 PM   #22
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Your insurance won't be any good in Mexico, and what are you going to do if your bike breaks down there? If you know you can get it fixed you're okay, if you don't know it then your bike will stay there because you can't bring it back. I'd at least have a way of towing it just in case. If you have family there that can fix all these things then all you need to worry about is your , back and arms falling off, and don't forget your going to have to stop about every 200 miles or less for gas so it's going to take you longer than normal.
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what??? no relation dude, unless you make mack's earplugs,lol. If so you make a great product.
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Old 11-14-2007, 09:37 PM   #24
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you asked for opinions...you do know mexico is a 3rd world country right? that means most people don't have insurance and drive like . A nice bike could be a potential target for theft. When I took a trip across mexico there were wrecked cars just pushed off the side of the road and left to rust. I had a band ask me to take my tour bus into mexico and I told them to get bent...just too risky.

i go to mexico very often and gas aint bad roads are bad in some places but if u know your way around u ok
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Your insurance won't be any good in Mexico, and what are you going to do if your bike breaks down there? If you know you can get it fixed you're okay, if you don't know it then your bike will stay there because you can't bring it back. I'd at least have a way of towing it just in case. If you have family there that can fix all these things then all you need to worry about is your , back and arms falling off, and don't forget your going to have to stop about every 200 miles or less for gas so it's going to take you longer than normal.
yea i know ill have to stop more often...my family will be there in case something happens overthere and i still have a bunch of rider friends down there so it;ll be ok.....

what was that dude talking about dead set??
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Why do you want to ride in the first place? Why not go in the car with your wife and share the drive? The drive will be much better for both of you. I don't understand why you are bringing the bike in the first place.
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Why do you want to ride in the first place? Why not go in the car with your wife and share the drive? The drive will be much better for both of you. I don't understand why you are bringing the bike in the first place.
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Old 11-14-2007, 09:41 PM   #28
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so pester will be there so...i got somebody from MH there
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dude no big deal, I went to St. louis and back on my bike in a 4 day weekend. It took almost 14 hours one way. And I covered 1500 miles round trip too. My best advice is to load that mp3 player up full. I thought I had enough music and then realized I didn't. had to listen to the same over and over again. Be prepared for anything though. carry light food (high protein snacks) and a bottle of water or two. and I would recomend a tank bag cause after a while that backpack full of gets heavy as . other supplys needed would be tire guage, small tool kit. tire plug kit. I carry a wistle too just incase I crash and no one can see me from the road. Never know what you might need so think about what can happen and be ready for anything. Be prepared the motto of the boyscouts.
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what??? no relation dude, unless you make mack's earplugs,lol. If so you make a great product.
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yea its fun going cross county. It can get a little uncomfortable at times but thats part of the fun!
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dude no big deal, I went to St. louis and back on my bike in a 4 day weekend. It took almost 14 hours one way. And I covered 1500 miles round trip too. My best advice is to load that mp3 player up full. I thought I had enough music and then realized I didn't. had to listen to the same over and over again. Be prepared for anything though. carry light food (high protein snacks) and a bottle of water or two. and I would recomend a tank bag cause after a while that backpack full of gets heavy as . other supplys needed would be tire guage, small tool kit. tire plug kit. I carry a wistle too just incase I crash and no one can see me from the road. Never know what you might need so think about what can happen and be ready for anything. Be prepared the motto of the boyscouts.
man i really appreciate ur help thats awesome.....also my wife will be following me or ill be following her on the jeep so it wont be that bad
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yea its fun going cross county. It can get a little uncomfortable at times but thats part of the fun!
yea thats what im trying to say
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man i really appreciate ur help thats awesome.....also my wife will be following me or ill be following her on the jeep so it wont be that bad
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MAKE SURE YOU SLEEP GOOD AND LONG THE NIGHT BEFORE AND EAT PASTA WITH A GLASS OF WATER. NO COKES THE NIGHT BEFORE.
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MAKE SURE YOU SLEEP GOOD AND LONG THE NIGHT BEFORE AND EAT PASTA WITH A GLASS OF WATER. NO COKES THE NIGHT BEFORE.
you will thank me after you do that. trust me.
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explanation please
same here i take cause u wont stop to pee alot? or u wont be thirsty?
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dunno bro but i wanna find out
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dunno bro but i wanna find out
ill try to research hols a sec
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dunno bro but i wanna find out

as far as i understood if u eat pasta the night before u fall asleep faster

hence u will sleep better and be more awake the next day

thats what i read

Restrict your diet to foods that are easily digested, e.g. those that are relatively high in fiber but not too rich. Fats tend to keep you awake, while carbs put you to sleep. If you need to stay awake to help you get on local time, eat peanuts, eggs, meats and other high-protein or fatty foods. If you need to fall asleep, eat carbs like pasta or bread.
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mm ok...thankx pester
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