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Oct 1st, 2008 6:33 pm
ronk1200lt
Re: What comes to Vegas Stays in Vegas

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Originally Posted by HammerStar
As an Eastern Canadian looking for a similar arrangement for the winter, how did you find storage with an electrical outlet? We are looking for a locker "right-sized" for two bikes but can't find anything with access to electricity.

Thanks

Steve Collier
'05 KLT
Try Green Valley Storage 1-702-617-0219 and ask for Lyn. Tell her you are looking for the same kind of motorcycle accomodations that Ron Hiebert has. She should be able to fix you up.
Sep 29th, 2008 9:54 am
cfell
Re: What comes to Vegas Stays in Vegas

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Originally Posted by NOGILLS2
Gee Whiz: I would like to think you could find a member allow you to park in their geerage. Just my thought.
Yeah.. and they could keep the oil circulated if you left some FUEL money...

Worthy idea, Floyd!
Sep 28th, 2008 5:51 pm
NOGILLS2
Re: What comes to Vegas Stays in Vegas

Gee Whiz: I would like to think you could find a member allow you to park in their geerage. Just my thought.
Sep 28th, 2008 8:40 am
HammerStar
Re: What comes to Vegas Stays in Vegas

As an Eastern Canadian looking for a similar arrangement for the winter, how did you find storage with an electrical outlet? We are looking for a locker "right-sized" for two bikes but can't find anything with access to electricity.

Thanks

Steve Collier
'05 KLT
Sep 28th, 2008 1:34 am
ronk1200lt
What comes to Vegas Stays in Vegas

I rode my bike from Vancouver Island on highway 1 all the way down to San Diego. Instead of riding home, I ended up finding myself a storage garage in Las Vegas that has a plug in for a trickle charger. I hope to take a couple of cheap Westjet flights down south this winter to do a little riding. If I could take a weekend in December and another one in February, it would break the winter up quite nicely. I am hoping to hit Death Valley, Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon and Sedona on my trips. I think I am almost looking forward to winter.

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