Per a great suggestion on another post, I made a Google map showing our geographic locations. This map is a great way to find out who is close to us. If you want to be added to this map, reply here with your zip code (if in USA) and I will add your screen name to the map.
More Accurate Pin Placement (A couple different methods): Please go to www.maps.google.com and search for the address where you want your pin to appear (as shown below). Click the link button, check the short URL box, then copy the short URL and paste it in your post. I can use that information to easily and accurately add you to the map!
Another way to post your location is to use the coordinate method by finding the place on the map you wish your pin to be and right click and select "What's Here?" When the coordinates appear in the search field, copy them and paste in your reply.
If you are outside the USA, please use the short URL or Coordinate method as described above. Thanks!
Also, if you want to add a photo, the image must be hosted online. Feel free to send a link to that image and I will be glad to add it to the map! I will also go back and add images if you already have a pin on the map, just let me know! Example of my photo on the map.
I restricted access to edit the map because it would only take one person to hack or mess up the map. If you later want to be removed, simply ask & I will gladly honor your request.
Good idea, The Buell riders had BRAG so if you needed help on the road you would know who was near. We need something like this here. I always worry on road trip about something going wrong that I can't fix on the roadside and having no way home. At least with thins I might have a place to stash the bike and get a rental truck to get home.
Cheers, Jeff Two weeks in the western US
SW-Motech crash bars & bash plate
SW-Motech quick lock rear rack
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Givi wind screen