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NOTE: Simply passing along information that older posts may have referred others to in the past...


So, for anyone that really wanted good, detailed info, the motorcycle forum that used to be part of pashnit.com enterprises has been off-line for quite some time.

Now, I had an account there - and only sporadically used it. I'd go by there when it would be time to do some detailed research about places to go and roads to ride in the great state of California.

The web page still exists...but a sobering reality hit that community not long ago:

https://www.pashnit.com/stroked

https://www.bayarearidersforum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=10276772&postcount=40

Bay Area Riders Forum (BARF) is another fantastic place for detailed local/regional information on motorcycling, as pashnit.com was.

Just thought I'd pass along this information.
 

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Tim Mayhew's story on Pashnit was well worth reading. Makes me thankful for good health, but also mindful of how one's life can change so very quickly and the need for all of us to look out for and care for one another. Thank's for sharing!
 
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Thanks for moving the *other* part of this story to a more appropriate place.
 

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Wow, that was a sobering read.
Thanks
 

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Looks like the Pashnit forum is gone, But Tim is rebuilding the Pashnit Roads Site. I miss the Old forum https://www.pashnit.com/
Thanks for the info and I hope Tim is well. I was a member for many yrs as I lived in CA for 50 yrs and relied on the forum for valuable trip information. :thumbup:
 

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His story is nothing short of amazing. I read every word and you can feel every emotion he felt. It really is a miracle from some higher power that he survived and even more so he is as intact as he is. I work with stroke victims quite frequently and some of them and their families have permanent life altering changes
 
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