RIDING FOR THE BRAND

DrGMIA

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Wearing a famed Chiang Mai Rider's Corner riding jersey in the above photograph is like a cowboy of the American west in the 1800s and early 1900s yammering and hollering they are "riding for the brand."

# 9 in The Great Aorund The World Motorcycle Adventure Rally is still on the road, this day somewhere on a cold part of the globe, laughing, masked up (thanks to the go-goer 25ish Ying Jing Jing for the donation) and wearing proper head protection.

'Dr. G'
Professor of Motorcycle Adventure, SOUND RIDER magazine, and Adventure Motorcycle University
Moto-Journalist, author, script consultant and fisherman
Sole sexual survivor: www.greataroundtheworldmotorcycleadventurerally.com
 
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The Bigfella

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Ha ha - fantastic mate. Good to hear from you. We do see those shirts out and about from time to time

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Even the Capt'n has been known to wear one

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But you'd reckon, if there was brand loyalty these days, that your wife would wear hers when she's out creating photo opportunities, eh?

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It's crook when you have to sneak a sign into the pic........
 
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