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Dr. Frazier's Perilous Motorcycle Journey Photo Gallery

See photos of what's to come in the first leg of Dr. Frazier's newest 'round the world ride in the Dr. Frazier's Perilous Motorcycle Journey photo gallery.

11:00 AM on Sunday, June 2 will find motorcycle globe riding enthusiasts gathered for a photo send-off here.
Typical of what Chancy found between San Francisco and eastern Montana was more likened to wagon trails than roads.
100 years ago this track would have been tough work for Clancy’s one speed Henderson, especially when wet.
Some of the original Clancy/Allen route was on a railroad track, now paved over for exclusive use by bicycles.
Livermore and I have prepared to skin or patch our own tires while on the road.
Gasoline for our ‘round the world will be of less concern than 100 years earlier, although we expect to see $10.00-$11.00 a gallon prices in places like Europe.
Roadhouses or cabins were what Clancy and Allen found crossing the Rockies. Livermore and I hope for more upscale accommodations, but are prepared for the worst.
To ward off bad juju our motorcycles may have some secret amulets attached.
To keep busy fingers from lifting items from our motorcycles we may attach warning signs like this skull.
My riding pal Richard Livermore will be looking for motorcycle adventures as we cross the USA.
Richard Livermore is pictured here practicing for the eventual stream crossings we will encounter as we explore some off-pavement sections of the continents we cross.