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Any other motorcyclists here?

Discussion in 'On the Road' started by WD4IGX, May 10, 2017.

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  1. KC7JNJ

    KC7JNJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I talked with him for a bit on one of our local repeaters when he came through while traveling. I was really working hard to get good on CW at the time. He was so far beyond what I could ever thought was possible. I wish I had worked him on CW.
  2. KA3TJI

    KA3TJI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Now if you really want to see an amazing setup, HF to 432 on a motorcycle check this guy out. Unfortunately, he's not to active now, but trying to get things back together. Bob Curry, KC3VO is his call. Check out his bio on QRZ as he runs 1,500 watts on HF motorcycle mobile. If you're going to do it, do it big.


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  3. K7WFM

    K7WFM Ham Member QRZ Page

    My understanding was he operated motorcycle mobile CW for many years.
  4. K7WFM

    K7WFM Ham Member QRZ Page

  5. WL7H

    WL7H Ham Member QRZ Page

    Just getting my sidecar motorcycle set up. Ten foot pole in two pieces on the struts holds ham sticks for 40 & 20 the guy wires for elevated ground plane. All strictly portable, APRS while moving. APRS is on an ancient kenwood 2 meter and mobilinkd. Also onboard Icom 7100, kenwood tm281 2 meter, and a 40 channel cb. Will be adding tuner for wire antennas for 80m. Getting cabin fever during a pandemic ...


    2017 Honda Africa Twin. DMC enduro sidecar.

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  6. K1DHH

    K1DHH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi Warren,

    I was wondering if you could add a picture of how you have the radio hooked up on your bike. I have a Kawasaki Vulcan 900LT and need some ideas.

  7. K7WFM

    K7WFM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi Dave!

    I never had a radio hooked up on the bike. I carry an HT in a saddlebag or top box most of the time. I cabled up a power connector for charging. Sorry I couldn't help.


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