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    Cross Canada (well almost) ride I did last summer.

    Victoria to Toronto. Took mostly back roads.

    https://youtu.be/LV4rT8aQAK8

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Ty- View Post
    Victoria to Toronto. Took mostly back roads.

    https://youtu.be/LV4rT8aQAK8
    That is awesome! Alberta/Sask looked just as I would have expected
    How was the planning for this, or did you just hop on the bike and go?

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    Planned out the campgrounds (some can get overbooked in the summer, and it's a pain to have to go looking for another when you're getting in from a long ride) but the routes were pretty flexible. Almost ran out of gas a couple times in southern SK!

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    Breathtaking scenery, but no surprise there lol. I always wanted to do something like this and I'm still considering it. Awesome stuff, Ty!

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    always wanted to go back to nfld where I grew up on my bike Vancouver to
    st.johns.. one day I hope to do it

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    Great Video, thanks.

    I grew up on the Prairies and you definitely provided a flattering review as I remember a lot more flatness and straight as an arrow highways.

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    That was a great video. I do think that "Backup Motorcycle Guy" should have been given more credit, it's not an easy job to wait on the sidelines.

    A nice assortment of shots, you even managed to show that there is more to Saskatchewan is more than 1 large field.

    My first big trip was from NS to Thunder Bay, 1 month after I bought my GS400E from a dealer in Lunenburg. Then trips back home each spring along those roads. Those were some memorable shots, especially those long runs down the hills as Superior comes back into view.
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