I'm in Tijeras, NM, about 20 miles outside center of Albuquerque. Got 2 bedrooms and even garage space. Of course tools and beer, usually Sierra Nevada or Negra Modelo. Single malt also, if you deserve it.
You live in a place called scissors, did you know that?
Yep, it's the crossroad of I-40 and State 14. State 14 goes to Madrid and Sante Fe, the former is where Disney's "Wild Hogs" was filmed, the latter is where one spends a lot of $ for very little 'art' pieces.
I'm in Cross Plains, WI. 15 miles West of Madison.
Trailer (Will travel 100 miles if someone is stranded)
Temporary bike storage (if needed)
Must be Beagle friendly.
This is a great service to offer fellow riders, I've been a BMW MOA member for years,
and the Anonymous book is one of the best ideas they've had.
I was on a ride out west a few years ago. In Grand Junction, CO my charging went south on my '85 R80 on the afternoon of the 3rd of July(everything was closed in town for the 4th)
I pulled out my Anonymous and looked up Grand Junction, the first guy I called had an '84 and an '86 R80 in his garage.
Needless to say, I was off the road for less than 24 hrs, and had a brand new charging system he had just put on one of his bikes.
These kinds of lists can really save a trip from oblivion.