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2005 YinChuan Lessons:

Interesting things we learned on this ride: Off road tires should only be used off road only, basically it has no traction on hard surfaces and can be dangerous when trying to make fast or sharp turns. Alloy wheels will stay true, however on rough roads it will just rip the spokes out of the hub. Riding pants should be left very long cause it gets real short when you sit on the motorcycle. Carry an extra tires. High speed rear drive does not perform well especially on 24hp flatehead engines when going uphill. Pot holes covered in water can be real deep, so deep that it can flip your sidecar over when the sidecar wheel falls into hole. On steep, winding and rough mountain roads, 40 kilometers can take 3 hours.

Sjaak Lucassen whom is riding around the world on a Yamaha R1 joined us on this ride on Jim Bryant's BMW powered Chang Jiang 750. Check out his pictures (click here).

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Ride gallery, Sjaak Lucassen, Thomas Nakladal, Mike Wix and Royce, Jim Bryant

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