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    Quote Originally Posted by stonehenge View Post
    The new Tourance's that are Chinese made seem to be a little softer than the previous generation. As you said, you are riding mile after mile of straight highway and carrying a fair weight. 7k is alright. What did you have fitted at Cycle Gear?
    The tyre is a Heidenau. Not a make i have ever heard of

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    How’s it going ? When are you flying home ?
    Bloody shame about the weather . Hope it improved down the west coast .

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakey View Post
    The tyre is a Heidenau. Not a make i have ever heard of
    Heidenau are a well knownin the US - Ryan F9 raves about them

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakey View Post
    The tyre is a Heidenau. Not a make i have ever heard of
    Great tyres and my tyre of choice for long haul stuff.
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    You have to remember much of North West USA is at a fair old altitude with most being over 4000ft and some of it up to 8000ft. They get snow for most of the year but it's generally pretty fine between mid May and September but after those times it can be very hit and miss.

    We ride a lot of those roads on some of the trips I do and they are superb......in the warm and dry!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    You have to remember much of North West USA is at a fair old altitude with most being over 4000ft and some of it up to 8000ft. They get snow for most of the year but it's generally pretty fine between mid May and September but after those times it can be very hit and miss.

    We ride a lot of those roads on some of the trips I do and they are superb......in the warm and dry!!
    The finest roads I've had the pleasure of riding with some of the nicest people I've ever met on the best motorbike trip of my life.
    I will be eternally grateful for the experience Chris.

    Enjoy the rest of your trip Shakey, stay safe.

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    Just caught up with Ep 10. Bugger that weather! Credit to you for cracking on. Looking forward to Ep11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipperd View Post
    Just caught up with Ep 10. Bugger that weather! Credit to you for cracking on. Looking forward to Ep11
    It already is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crumbles View Post
    It already is...
    I meant 12

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    Watching latest episode.
    Great, as always !
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