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I know to a lot of you MVers that scooter touring isn't a big deal, but it is quite unique to me. I just don't get the opportunity and have only done one trip of any distance (2-up from SC to KY for 5 days). But in a little over a month I am taking off for 10 days, leaving from Charleston SC, up to Chattanooga (all back roads on my GTV) and meet up with my son, who is riding (MC) from Ft Collins CO. Then the both of us will head up through the Smokey Mountains and Appalachia towards Virginia before looping back on a different route. We will be doing "dispersed camping" in the National Forests, unless it is really foul weather in which case we will find a motel or camp site with facilities.

Any cooking will be basic coffee/tea and maybe some simple breakfast on a Primus. Otherwise we will be seeking out barbeque places and such for our meals. Camping will be hammock camping to keep it basic. I will post some pics once the scoot is loaded. Before departing, I will be doing my 9,000 mile service and replacing the front shock (Malossi) and installing Clauss bushings in the rear (that would be of the scooter).

If I figure out how to post pics from my phone, I will do that along the way...

I'm psyched!!
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That sounds like so much fun! Can't wait to hear all about it! I'm in the midst of planning my first long touring trip sometime this summer as well!
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Looking forward to the updates and pics. Enjoy!
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Sounds like an awesome trip. You could nickname it the Barbeque Tour.

Don't forget your camera!
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Still four weeks from departure. It has been difficult for me "not to do much planning" in order to stay spontaneous. We are pretty much going to head from Chattanooga TN to Floyd VA. I do know we will go to Tellico Plains then the Cherahala, Dragons Tail and on to Asheville. We will plan and change our route as the mood and food dictate, so I (the uberplanner) has to cool my jets for the time being. I will try to post pics as we go along. Two of my "little" brothers may ride down join us for a day or so en route. If that is the case it will be a Yamaha FJ, BMW R1200RT and Ducati Multstrada trying to keep up with the GTV! Wow, I just realized those marques represent the "Axis" powers! Ha!
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Sounds like a beautiful ride. I will be stoked to see your photos.

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PAD ROFL emoticon ROFL emoticon I kayaked that river shortly after the movie. We had fun with the song. When i used to go rafting up in WVA (New and Gauley rivers) i went thru some interesting areas. Got stuck in the mud once (had NY plates on my car Crying or Very sad emoticon ) and went to 5 houses before i found somebody with a phone. This was back in the good old days before the internet.
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Wow!

Sounds like a great trip!

A bit of planning is a good idea, just so you don't near-miss anything epic!
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Most of my planning will be making sure I am prepared (my wife refers to it as being a Man Scout). I am a meticulous planner but my son has "inferred" that he wants an "adventure." So my planning is pretty much making sure that we have all the maps and resources with us to find out-of-the-way attractions and eateries. There is a cool website that I ran across while not planning (roadtrippers.com). You can punch in and alter routes, then specify what you are looking for and how far off of your route it can be. So going from point A to point B you could, for instance, look for barbecue places anywhere from 5 to 40 miles from your route. You don't really have to look anything up ahead of time, so I am not really planning...
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I love planning. To me it is half the fun. My motto is "Expect the best. Be prepared for the worst." A practice acquired from years of sailing.

Just got a new Malossi shock for the front, Clauss bushings for front and back, awaiting a new rear tire and going to change out all the fluids and do a 9,000 mile service prior to departure.

Tierney, I am a big fan of AGATT and will be in Hi-viz, armored gear. We will be camping super light. Hammocks and Primus stove, so all of my camping gear easily fits beneath the seat. I May have to have a separate bag for Tums as I feel we will be seeking out and eating at a lot of "country kitchens."
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Most of my planning will be making sure I am prepared (my wife refers to it as being a Man Scout). I am a meticulous planner but my son has "inferred" that he wants an "adventure." So my planning is pretty much making sure that we have all the maps and resources with us to find out-of-the-way attractions and eateries. There is a cool website that I ran across while not planning (roadtrippers.com). You can punch in and alter routes, then specify what you are looking for and how far off of your route it can be. So going from point A to point B you could, for instance, look for barbecue places anywhere from 5 to 40 miles from your route. You don't really have to look anything up ahead of time, so I am not really planning...
the BEST set of maps you will need are from america rides maps. get the 9 map pocket set. http://americaridesmaps.com

these maps are essential to riding the smokies. we use the exclusivly in planning our gatherings twice a year.
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PAD ROFL emoticon ROFL emoticon I kayaked that river shortly after the movie. We had fun with the song. When i used to go rafting up in WVA (New and Gauley rivers) i went thru some interesting areas. Got stuck in the mud once (had NY plates on my car Crying or Very sad emoticon ) and went to 5 houses before i found somebody with a phone. This was back in the good old days before the internet.
Scary and too funny. I have driven through that country and it's beautiful but yes, Deliverance does linger in your mind when you see those homes nestled up above the river.
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"...the BEST set of maps you will need are from america rides maps. get the 9 map pocket set. http://americaridesmaps.com

these maps are essential to riding the smokies. we use the exclusivly in planning our gatherings twice a year."



Do you think they are better than the Butler maps?
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The Cherohala I really like.....the Dragon not so much, but folks gotta do it once I guess

River road out of Tellico up to the NC line is a nice ride on a scooter.

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The Cherohala I really like.....the Dragon not so much, but folks gotta do it once I guess

River road out of Tellico up to the NC line is a nice ride on a scooter.

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Actually did that on bicycles two years ago...
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"...the BEST set of maps you will need are from america rides maps. get the 9 map pocket set. http://americaridesmaps.com

these maps are essential to riding the smokies. we use the exclusivly in planning our gatherings twice a year."



Do you think they are better than the Butler maps?
absolutely. I have both.
The amount of detail in the america rides maps is much better. Wayne the owner has road every road numerous times on his maps. its all he does is rides and keeps his stuff current. on the back side he describes roads, places to eat, gas stops, waterfalls ect.
You won't be disappointed by no means.
They fold up and fit into pockets easy, very very water resistant. I have had mine in a steady rain and no issues.
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I have a gel sport seat that came with the scoot. I plan on using that. More to spare the leather one than anything else. It does give me about an inch more room though.
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Hey Rosscooter,
I like the Malossi shock I put on. Let us know how it goes..
I'm heading down to Melbourne in less than a week, on the GTS. Only a 1000k's to visit my brother. I'm looking forwards to the solitude and fun of the trip on a scooter. A smaller trip than you for sure but I share your anticipation. I bought an Airhawk cushion which is as yet untested. Also, I'll put a 130 on the front to hopefully improve highway travel. The front one is worn out. Good luck!!
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Unless you want to eat a lot of dry meat covered in vinegar or ketchup, you might want to swing by Melvins or Bessingers for a bottle of Carolina gold. That way you can improve the quality of life for every one you meet at the BBQ joints you hit.
If you can get by there one of the three days they are opened, Bakers has their own Carolina gold in a jar that might be worth exposing the heathens to.
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Unless you want to eat a lot of dry meat covered in vinegar or ketchup, you might want to swing by Melvins or Bessingers for a bottle of Carolina gold. That way you can improve the quality of life for every one you meet at the BBQ joints you hit.
If you can get by there one of the three days they are opened, Bakers has their own Carolina gold in a jar that might be worth exposing the heathens to.
Funny.... I saw those at Publix yesterday and wondered the same thing. I think the real trick to good barbeque is finding the truly out-of-the-way places that aren't catering to the hordes. (i.e., they actually have to have good food to stay in business). Some of the best barbeque I have ever eaten was in a restaurant/barn up in the middle of NC. They only served one kind of BBQ, hash, rice, greens and a real thick sliced white bread. There was a large sign above the "buffet" table: "Take all you want but eat all you take."
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A little more than 2 weeks till blast off. Just finished my 9,000 mile service and added the Malossi front shock and Clauss bushings all round as well as a new rear tire (Michelin City Grip). First time changing a 12" tire. Wowser, much tougher than even a 14"!

Decided not to wear my Icon Airmada helmet (which I bought especially for this little trip) because the wind noise is just a tad too much and the way the liner is sewn together in the front leaves me with a major crease. Probably just my voluminous noggin. But other than that it fits and feels fine.

Switched out the GTV leather seat for the "solo" Vespa gel seat. Just don't want to worry about getting the leather soaked in the rain and the gel gives me an inch or two more room.

I am guessing that all of my kit for the week will weigh less than 60 pounds and fit on the seat and both racks easily.

At this point, my only real worry is my dodgy old man back...
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Ah yes...the 'dodgy old man back'. Know it well! Have fun on your trip and take pics please. Great stuff.
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Have fun!
Yeah, I need some decent ones. Wallyworld just doesn't have anything except the cylinder type. Probably have to go to the gun store. I was contemplating getting the kind that you custom make by mixing a two-part "putty" and letting it cure in your ear. I have seen that at some of the larger sporting goods places. I would be curious to hear from fellow MVers as to what has worked for them?
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Don't forget your earplugs! They can make a noisy helmet palatable. (Don't eat the helmet, wear the helmet!)
Have fun!
Yeah, I need some decent ones. Wallyworld just doesn't have anything except the cylinder type. Probably have to go to the gun store. I was contemplating getting the kind that you custom make by mixing a two-part "putty" and letting it cure in your ear. I have seen that at some of the larger sporting goods places. I would be curious to hear from fellow MVers as to what has worked for them?
cheap yellow ones work fine. roll them up stick em in and let them expand. I have use them for many years. Throw them away when they start getting grungy.

Always have a couple pairs in the scoot as you can loose them easily.
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Don't forget your earplugs! They can make a noisy helmet palatable. (Don't eat the helmet, wear the helmet!)
Have fun!
Yeah, I need some decent ones. Wallyworld just doesn't have anything except the cylinder type. Probably have to go to the gun store. I was contemplating getting the kind that you custom make by mixing a two-part "putty" and letting it cure in your ear. I have seen that at some of the larger sporting goods places. I would be curious to hear from fellow MVers as to what has worked for them?
cheap yellow ones work fine. roll them up stick em in and let them expand. I have use them for many years. Throw them away when they start getting grungy.

Always have a couple pairs in the scoot as you can loose them easily.
Don't know why, but I need the tapered rounded ones. The others give me an ear ache for some weird reason. ?!?
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Well, new rear tire (City Grip), front shock (Malossi) and Clauss bushings all round. What a difference! Handling is just more solid through the turns and the scoot seems more solid.
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I can taste that North Carolina BBQ. Make sure you post photographs of your trip. Sounds fun!!
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I'm not much of a texter so the written parts will be brief. Desired not to risk my back on a two day ride to meet up with my son so I threw the Vespa in the back of the truck and carted it to Chattanooga to await the arrival of my son Alex who is riding in from Colorado. He arrived today and we will depart tomorrow. But first, some barbecue. Bailey's in Ringgold GA is about as homegrown as it gets. Smoked pulled pork and home-made sauce. No mustard or vinegar based stuff here... All tomato... [img][/img]
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Popeye came with me and "Zebra" came with my son. Why do we have mascots?
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