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i have not heard of this company before but decided to try them out. They rent Jeeps in the Las Vegas area and my wife and I wanted to tool around to see local attractions. The online ordering was easy and I'll write a review after our trip. So far, so good. 
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Why trucks are allowed at all is beyond me. It is physically impossible for a large truck to stay in their lane on the tight turns. The State is negligent in allowing trucks to use this road. Truckers might claim they didn't know the roads were so tight but the State Police certainly have known this for years. Stop trucks over 32'!  

Second, add more pull offs so slower people can get out of the way and there is less passing. Third, improve the warnings on the roads. Even a casual rider is easily caught off guard on some of the turns.
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+Eron Iler There's a ton of turnarounds for big trucks in order to avoid going down it but I guess some just don't listen.

I drove all the way from Houston just to go down that road. Spent two days in total. To be honest I don't think I'll ever be back. Not because it's so "dangerous" but because it's become so popular that it's clogged up with bikers, sight seers and tourists at all hours of the day. Even if you wanted to push you or your car, the only time you could do it is at night and to be honest, it's scary enough during the day with no guardrails. Most of the time you'll be stuck behind a slow tourist that will never let you pass.
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Same light now appears to be $36 on Amazon. Lots of choices.
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$36 LED light bar. Waterproof. All over Amazon. I mounted to low but I'm not an off road rider so it works. Most effective on forest roads and really brightening up the road 20-30m in front of you. It is flood light.
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Did you do a voiceover on the video or talk while riding? If talking while riding, did you have a mic connected to your GoPro or something else to make it so clear?
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+Eron Iler I talked while riding. I have a mic connected to a GoPro 3. Thanks for watching!!
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I can't image doing 300+ miles on what is essentially a motocross seat day after day.
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Testing the camping load. I realize the stock panniers are not big enough and a second bag is needed. Without camping gear the load is 75% smaller. 
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good ride and good trip!
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Same light now appears to be $36 on Amazon. Lots of choices.
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Panniers - Not knowing any better I bought the factory panniers in 2012 when I got my T. So far they have worked fine for commuting to work but the plastic construction gives me great concern that the bracket on the case will fail with any real stress or load. Does anyone have experience with this? 
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It says to use LT (blue) in the instruction. That keeps the screws in place.
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I haven't been on G+ for a while and I see the group has grown a lot. Nice to see the Tenere doing well.
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Nice you can get it all in your panniers. 35L seems to hold a ton of stuff. Nice to see a legit motorcycle video from a woman.
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+Eron Iler Thanks Eron - appreciate the comment!
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Very practical video. Enjoy seeing it on and off the bike. Seeing it spread on a garage floor like lots of other videos is less helpful. You look like you are out there for a while. What did you pack for clothing? X shirts, X long pants, X shorts, etc. You don't seem to carry much food either. Do you anticipate not going more than 1-2 days without a chance to buy food? Last question, traveling alone, what do you do when you need to go in a store? Just leave it outside? Thanks.
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+Eron Iler Good questions. I had 3 short-sleeve shirts, 2 long-sleeve, 1 pair of swim trunks that doubled as shorts, 1 pair of rugged long pants, and 1 pair of sweatpants. I also had wool thermal underwear (top and bottom) in case it got unbearably cold. If I needed to pack groceries I would pack them into my spare sling bag and wear it over my shoulder or keep the food in plastic bags tied to my duffel bag. Try to keep your bike within view from where ever you go, whether it be a restaurant or store. One thing I've learned is that most people will not pay attention to a bike if it has a motorcycle cover over it. There are also motorcycle alarms that will go off when someone gets too close to the bike. It does wonders for peace of mind.
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    President, 2001 - present
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    President, 2001 - present
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Grew up in Ft. Lauderdale, went to college at FSU and joined the Marine Corps after college. I spent 3-4 years with Orkin Pest Control before starting GPS Fleet Solutions in 2001. In 2012 I changed the name to Fleetistics to better represent the consulting nature of our business. 
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$50 (tip not included) for 3 people and you have to bus your own table. I would have rated lower but I like the food. I never leave hungry but the price is way too high, $35 would be what I would expect. The place is not especially clean but staff has always been friendly. My family agreed we won't be going back unless the prices come down.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
My first visit went smooth and efficiently. The USF eye center is large with lots of capacity. It was nice to move through the system quickly.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
For the record this is our first time at PDQ, I have no affiliation or even know someone that works there. We drove 45 minutes to try it out since we heard good things and one is opening in our area shortly. It was worth the drive. Upon pulling in we observed there is a fast food lane and an outdoor eating area like you might see at Wing House. They had water misting the area to keep it cool for outside patrons. The parking lot was spotless and the landscaping neatly done. As we walked in there was a multi-person hand washing station which I thought was out of place but after using it to clean up before eating I realized how convenient it was not have to go into the restroom. It was a touchless station that was also neat and well kept. Maybe everyone should wash up before entering. The kitchen area is open so you can see a lot of what is going on. The manager was present and clearly in charge. The decor is excellent. It is upscale, with natural light from high windows, wooden ceiling, great curves in the design and an effcient use of space. I was a little surprised at the limited menu at first. If you don't want chicken, don't eat here. The menu is small and focused. It reminds me of the Five Guys menu which is a few items done very well. There were 3 of us eating and we had two chicken sandwich dinners and 1 chicken salad for under $24. We placed our order and went for drinks. The soda machines were the new style multi-mix it yourself kind which was nice. The ketchup dispenser was a built in unit under pressure probably feeding from a 5 gallon bucket. It pumped quickly and was an excellent flavor. Again the area was super clean and well kept. We received our food in about 5 minutes and it was fresh and hot. The picture of the chicken sandwich shows there is little comparison to Chick-Fil-A (CFA) sandwich. The chicken itself was 35% larger than a CFA patty. It was nice to have more than 1 pickle, fresh lettuce, tomato and mayo already on my sandwich. I often leave CFA and am still hungry. That was not the case at PDQ. The sandwich was simply bigger and better than any other fast food chicken sandwich I've ever had. As a side note they will bring your food to you at your table if they have a minute between customers. The french fries were a toss up with CFA. The fries were thin cut, not skinny cut like Steak and Shake but not larger cut like Five Guys. I like thicker fries since I think they retain heat longer and they are easier to eat one at a time. Thin fries require messy fingers or a fork and who wants to eat fries with a fork. The flavor was excellent and there were fresh and very hot. CFA also has really good fries when you get them fresh and not as well. We finished the meal with a few milkshakes, not included in the original $24. We ordered 1 chocolate and 1 vanilla to try both. The chocolate was more flavorful and was tasted like it was made with Hershey syrup. The chocolate was the best I've had in a long time. The vanilla was good but had less flavor. The best milkshakes are chocolate made with vanilla ice cream, not chocolate ice cream. The consistency was excellent and you didn't get the feeling it would not melt if left in the hot sun like a McDonald's milkshake. As you can tell I was really impressed; I'd have to be to write this review. If you like chicken sandwiches or chicken tenders this is a great choice. If you want chicken on Sunday you now have a great option. PDQ is between a true fast food restaurant and a sit down place. It is one of the cleanest restaurants I've been in lately as well as one of the best laid out and designed. I am looking forward to the new location opening in Wesley Chapel and I know it will be a great success, it is well deserved.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Great park with lots of options from track to trail. Hill climb section is challenging and a little much for small riders but great fun for teenagers and older. Nice big track that flows well as well as small tracks.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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This park is awesome in the winter when the migratory birds come south. If you get there before sunrise and make your way onto the trail you might see the bobcats. Bring a long lens or binoculars for excellent wildlife opportunities.
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reviewed a year ago
I've eaten their about 5 times since they opened a few months ago. The food is always fresh and made to order. The owners buy fresh vegetables daily and the staff is friendly and helpful. The service a massive loaded burrito and all types of other Mexican and S. California style dishes. Prices are very reasonable at about $10 per person with appetizer and drink.
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