Ride Maps & Milestones
Sometimes when I ride my Harley-Davidson® Road King® I remember to take my GPS Logger (QStarz BT-Q1300) with me and with it I can do some fancy Google mapping of where I went. You can usually access these through the blog page but if you just want to have a look at the maps because you might want to take the same path you can do so here. You can also look at the blog entry to find out some (probably boring and irrelevant) information about the ride if you've got nothing better to do. I'm getting better at using the software so when I remember to take photos you can see 'em on the maps.
10 August 2010. Between Maryborough QLD and Brisbane QLD, passed 25,000km in 13 months 2 days.
30 July 2010. first day of the trip to Mt Isa, passed 20,000km in just over 12 months.
8 March 2010. The longest one day trip on the Harley so far, 1140k's from Talbot Victoria to Home. Also passed 16000 Km (10,000 HOG miles) on the new HOG alone in 8 months!
4 - 21 November 2009. Riding my Harley across the Nullarbor. 6200 k's from Home to Melbourne with a quick flight to Launceston for the National HOG Rally then on to Perth via the Great Ocean Road, Spencer Gulf, The Nullabor, Esperance, Albany, Augusta and Margaret River.
12 - 13 September 2009: Day 1 Newcastle - Tumut: Day 2 Tumut Cooma - Canberra - Newcastle. 1338 k's. There's a gap in the route between Gundagai and Tumut day 1, logger ran out of puff. Day two longest ride so far on a Harley approx 757ks. Highest Elevation 1510m. Blog Day 1 Blog Day 2