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Eron “Moto-Photo” Iler
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Businessman, Entrepreneur, Photographer, Father, Husband, Inventor, Dreamer, Christian, Republican
Businessman, Entrepreneur, Photographer, Father, Husband, Inventor, Dreamer, Christian, Republican

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French bulldog waiting the return of her one and only.
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Got my first KTM a month or so ago when I traded in my Super Tenere. It has under 500 miles and i ruptured my Achilles tendon and can't ride for another 4-6 months. I guess this will give me time to add accessories and plan my rides. 
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I traded my Tenere for a 2015 KTM Adventure R. What a different ride. It will take getting used to but I'm confident the change will be a good one. I'm in Tampa, FL and looking to slowly build it out just right. 
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My Tenere started making a strange noise. It sounded like it was coming from the universal joint but it wasn't. Dealer couldn't find an issue even though it started about a month ago. I have 15k miles. I didn't believe the noise was nothing so I traded my bike in and am now on a KTM. Adventure R. So today I have to say goodbye since I can't be part of a club without a Tenere. Ride safe. 

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Goodbye No Shave November. I'm a clean shaven guy.

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DJI quadcopter


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Is "live" in cab video at $35 a month a better investment than "passive" video for a one-time $100 investment for fleet operators?
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Sixt Car Rental Review - Very average experience. In July we used Sixt for the first time. I thought I rented a Jeep which we planned to use to explore the Las Vegas area and desert. On arrival I was told they don't have Jeeps which I already knew by looking a the limited car selection. They have some nice cars but there probably weren't more than 40 or 50 total. The facility is was off the airport property and down the street from the main car rental facility. They shuttled us to the car rental facility and then we had to catch a bus to the airport. The facility was quite bland and sun was blaring into the employees face while he was trying to work. The employees were nice enough but the overall experience felt unrefined.
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