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    Took the TDUB camping

    All set up for a weekend of camping and riding. The wife is doing a girls weekend so I through the TW on the back of the truck and packed a tent. Supposed to have off and on Tstorms but I plan on making the most of it. And I brought a couple fishing rods too.
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    Nice set up - enjoy! Looks like you have the place to yourself.

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    I have neighbors, sites are spaced apart pretty good but due to the threat of Tstorms most are empty,
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    Nice..especially the vacancies.

    Taking the Tdub camping is even more fun when it's the only vehicle getting you to the camp site and you're not on a campground. It is a challenge fitting everything on the bike especially food and water, and a rough experience, but very liberating.

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    I do that on my vtx, saddle bags and trunk make it much easier plus I can’t ride the TW on the PA turnpike, people fly by you when you’re doing 75.
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    One way you could is to drive your truck and then unload the TW and camping gear and proceed to the camp site. I'm only registered for off road so I've considered this approach myself.
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    I went camping on mine last night. I've been planning on doing this for a couple of years but haven't managed to make the time. All the gear for a quick overnight fit, but just barely. I need to be able to strap on just a bit more for a longer camp outing. I didn't bring any cooking equipment and barely had room for a change of clothes to get out of my riding gear. I'm mulling over some options, the first thought that comes to mind is a bigger cargo box on the rack.

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