About The Two-Wheeled Tourist
The Two-Wheeled Tourist is my way of sharing my experiences on and around my motorcycles. I am lucky enough to be the caretaker of three motorcycles - a 1977 BMW R100/7 - Otus , an a 1991 R100 GS - Strix, and a 1977 BMW R75/7 - Name TBD. When I think about what a motorcycle should look like, Otus comes to mind. Owning a GS is a long-time dream of mine - not because I long to ride off road but because I like the muscular look of the GS and the upright riding position. Having two motorcycles allowed me to undertake bigger projects on one while I ride the other. Adding a third motorcycle to the workshop became a requirement for a bigger project I'll be undertaking soon so stay tuned for more! And remember, motorcycles are like Jello - there's always room for more!
The Two-Wheeled Tourist is my way of telling motorcycle stories. I'm a professional nerd so I spend my work time driving a keyboard. Working on my motorcycles allows me to not only think but also do in a physical, tactile, and sometimes spiritual way that working with ones and zeros doesn't. Working on the motorcycles is, when done properly, very Zen. There are times when it can be very frustrating but that's usually because I've got something dividing my attention. When I'm focused on the work, it is glorious and it feeds my soul!
Where's The Two-Wheeled Tourist?
Click the image above to view my trips on Spotwalla!
If you're a new.spotwalla.com user (as opposed to a user of the previous Spotwalla website) running Bubbler GPS New on an Android phone you might experience the issue I did - the app wasn't automatically sending updates to Spotwalla. If you're experiencing this issue go to App Info -> Permissions -> Location and choose Allow all the time under Location Access For This App. That solved my automatic updates issue. This setting was not enabled for my earlier maps which explains why they have so few tracks. Good luck!