Unfortunately we cancelled the 2018 Texas Adventure Ride today due to the forecasted bad weather in Junction through Saturday.
I am mailing the commemorative baseball cap to everyone who registered and will be refunding the difference between the cost of the cap and rally registration. If you registered and paid for the event please email me your name and address so I can mail your hat to you. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2018 Texas Adventure Ride (TAR) is May 3-6, 2018 in Junction, TX. Early registration for this year’s TAR ends next week on Wednesday, April 18th (to ensure I have enough time to order the commemorative baseball cap that is …Continue reading →
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Many of the counties in the western half of the Texas hill country are sparsely populated, which means the counties don’t have a very large tax base. Consequently, many county roads are not only dirt, but are only sporadically maintained. It’s …Continue reading →
It has been a few years since the last Texas Adventure Ride (TAR) in Junction, TX. With the formation of the Texas Adventure Riders Association in January 2017, I added TAR back to the event calendar for this year. About …Continue reading →
I’m often asked, especially when talking about riding in Mexico, if I worry about running out of gas. “Nope, I have an extra large tank on my bike,” is my standard reply. But some riders don’t have a big tank. No …Continue reading →
On my way back from the 2011 Texas Adventure Ride I was in a horrible accident and was killed. Luckily we were at The Tin Star Ranch at the time and they happened to have a couple of coffins readily …Continue reading →