Dr. Frazier: Global ADV Motorcyclists Gather Photo Gallery
The pictured main parking area was filled with adventure touring motorcycles.
Check out photos from Dr. Gregory Frazier's visit to the 2012 California Horizon's Unlimited Traveler's Meeting in the Dr. Frazier: Global ADV Motorcyclists Gather photo gallery.
Outdoor seminars were well attended throughout the meeting, this one being on how to fix a flat tire.
A “Women’s Only” group discussion was described as “a must for the ladies.”
Evening presentations were made at an outdoor amphitheatre with seating for 200, each night filled.
A well stickered pannier spotted in the parking area found one of my stickers contributing to the pannier art, the red and white one.
At first glance I thought this pannier was sporting a fake sticker, one like the often seen bullet holes. This was no sticker artwork, better described as “Oops artwork.”
The Swiss license plate indicated this traveler was still on the move.
The Craig Vetter “Wind Cutter,” (my moniker after having purchased several “Wind Jammer” fairings) was an eye catcher where ever it appeared.
Not an everyday sidecar outfit with the many modifications, this one caught my attention, as it did of the fellows walking behind.
Two of my favorite “traveler” motorcycles present were these Indian motorcycles, the real ones, not 21st Century re-pops. A proper 1940 Chief and the 1937-1950 solid runner.
Ted Simon and I traded books, gossiped, and as always when we meet, laughed together at ourselves and each other.
Initially I thought, “What’s that?” Under the cover was the owner’s bicycle.
An obvious avid fisherman, this traveler had his collapsible fishing pole and reel tucked safely away near the lower inside side of the left pannier. Fish for dinner?
“I love Lucy,” I thought when looking at the $300.00 Minsk this owner had bought and ridden in Vietnam and Cambodia, then paid $800.00 to ship it to the United States.
Craig Vetter (right) easily mixed with the travelers and found time to share some tales and laughs.
Jeff (Smitty) Smith, a California resident with a sly bit of Irish wit, led a dual sport ride for those wanting a two wheel seminar while in motion.
Walt Fulton, the camera rider with helmet camera on the high speed banking at Daytona in the film "On Any Sunday."
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