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20090907 - Getting Towed
20090907 - Getting Towed
This is about the last thing you ever want to see on a trip - unfortunately it's my third time. The first was a flat tire. It sounds basic but my f650 uses tubes, so if you get a flat you need to be both capable of swapping the tube, and have all the tools to do it. I might have found the skill given enough time on the side of the road, but not having the tools was a deal-breaker. The second time was also on the f650, this time with an oil pump failure leading to a total engine failure. I'd maintained the bike well and as far as I know there was nothing I could have done to avoid it. And this last tow - although having all the weight of a passenger with luggage put it over the top, the bearings were probably just spent. Perhaps light use might have gotten a few more miles of it, but apparently these things are time bombs, perhaps at 30k and perhaps at 150k miles. Although the shaft drive is far cheaper and easier to run than a chain/sprocket, it's hard to predict when it will fail - which is troubling. Amazingly, Grand Junction BMW had the bike working in less than 24 hours. Progressive roadside assistance covered the tow. Motorcycles are not like cars. For a car, 10,000 miles is nothing. A little tire wear, maybe an oil change. In that time a motorcycle will go through a set of tires (maybe two rear tires), one or two services (oil change, valve adjustment, etc). What you save on gas is lost quickly in maintenance, and that savings can be small anyway; at highway speeds most bikes will do 40 - 60 mpg. Worse, although BMWs can go 100k and beyond without serious engine work, normally 50k motorcycle miles is like 150k on a car. The skills and preparation you bring to the ride go a long way. I don't have a lot of mechanical skills but I maintain my bikes. I think I ride well, I've learned to ride in lots of terrain, maybe I'm less likely than most to need a tow because of an accident. I now carry tire changing tools. Still, only one of my tows was preventable, and I think I would have needed a lot more mechanical skill to have fixed this last one by myself. So if you want to ride across the country, you have to deal this with. I'm left to hope I've gotten a few of these out of the way, so maybe I'll have some clear sailing for a while.
82711-16, Utah Agriculture
82711-16, Utah Agriculture
Utah farmers utilize the good rearth righ up to the rocky sides of their beautiful mountains. Seen from the American West Heritage Center near Logan, Utah.

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