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FYI, The Tyres Are Gone

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Bob Palin

For a number of years I had a stock of partly used tyres in my shed in Torrey which people donated and others required. I haven't been riding and the tyre changing machine was just taking up space in the garage so I have cleared it all out. I think the nearest place that might have tyres now would be Jorgenson Honda in Richfield, 65 miles west of Torrey. The nearest BMW dealer would be a tie between Grand Junction. CO and Salt Lake City, I would choose the former for best service.

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Whip

Thanks for letting us know Bob. 

 

Does this mean you cleaned out the garage or you just can't get to the tire changer? 

 

 

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Bob Palin

Possibly

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Bill_Walker

It's the end of an era!

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Bill_Walker

Note to Torrey newbies on what this means:  before going to Torrey, make sure you've got plenty of tread left on your tires.  Utah roads will eat your tires, especially if you're having any fun at all (and you want to!).  Many a rider (myself included) has been surprised by running out of rubber in Torrey.

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Stir
On 1/24/2019 at 7:33 PM, Bob Palin said:

Possibly

My bike thanks you

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lawnchairboy

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nobody ever needs tires in Torrey....

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eddd

Where are the other 10 supervisors that normally oversee tire changes?

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lawnchairboy

good question, Raaaaaaan and Sage Rider were the only ones available I guess. My front tire was SHREDDED.  Put on a Whip'd on Avon to get me home.

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Bill_Walker

I've still got an ME880 in my garage that came from Bob's shed!

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