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Homer hoka HeyAs you all know, Chris arrived in Homer Wed. at 9pm. From 16th, he now move up to 15th since #3 got disqualified for riding straight from Key West to Homer without hitting any of the check points. No matter what his position is, Chris greatly enjoyed the adventure and the people he met before, during  and after the ride.

After fishing and a quick tour of Denali National Park, Chris has to fly back home to Atlanta this Sunday. The bike will trailered back to Milwaukee, so it can be ready for shipment to Vegas where the annual H-D Dealer Show is to take place in July. Chris plans to attend the dealer show, so keep an eye on the blog as we will post more pictures of the ride+ and the show and some video footage of the ride.

Enjoy! you deserve it
You deserve it, enjoy!

4 thoughts on “Latest news”

  1. I hope you write a magazine article on the adventure. I, and i’m sure a lot of other people would like to hear the whole story. Good job, Congrats to you.
    Thanks again
    Lenny

  2. Congrats Chris. We’ve been following your blog and adventures, cannot wait to see more photos and hear some of your stories! All the best and talk soon…

    Paul

  3. Hi Chris,
    I work for Motor Cycle News in the UK and also run an XR12 as a long term test bike for this year. I’d love to ask you a few questions about your experiences on the Hoka Hey challenge and how the XR performed. If that’s ok, ping me an email and I’ll return with a few questions for you. Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Ped
    Deputy Editor
    Motor Cycle News

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