DucMulti
 
 
 
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    September 10, 2012
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    July 28, 2014
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Butler Motorcycle Maps Rocky Mountain Collection The Butler Maps Rocky Mountain Collection includes the Rocky Mountains Planning Map, in addition to the Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana maps, for a total of 6 Butler Motorcycle maps. Also included is a protective map sleeve into which all 6 maps fit. Each and every road segment detailed in the Butler Motorcycle Maps has been ridden and rated by an owner of Butler Maps Inc. From sport bike enthusiast, to dual sport adventurer, chopper rider, to two-up tourers, their team has diligently researched and presented fantastic riding experiences that are sure to impress no matter what you ride. G1 Rides 97 Routes As riders we constantly search for the perfect road. We seek that fleeting moment where everything fits perfectly together. The rhythmic hum of the motor, the dramatic vistas that overwhelm our senses and the one of a kind road that ties it all together. We search for G1. Steep climbs, tight switchbacks, deep canyons and million dollar views. These roads have an undeniable appeal that set them apart from everything else. G2 Rides 285 Routes There are no stoplights or shopping malls here. G2 roads energetically flow from corner to corner gently bobbing and weaving. They meander past lakes, criss cross forests and provide an expereince you cant get on the freeway. Keep your head up. G2s can have fast sweepers, elevation change, tight corners and everything in between. G3 Rides 452 Routes G3 is not your average road. All though these stretches of tarmac require the fewest criteria to make the list , don't be fooled. G3 roads are twisty and exciting. Ditch the traffic and head toward a stretch of orange. You won't regret it. Lost Highway Rides 14 Routes Beyond mountain passes and dramatic canyons are roads that extend to the horizon and the unknown beyond. The faded paint of a centerline, or crumbling shoulder are all that remain to remind us of a more purposeful past. They are highways that seem lost in time. Void of the trappings of population or procedure, these roads provide a motorcycling experience as unique as the untouched landscapes they divide. They are Americas Lost Highways. Paved Mountain Trail Rides 40 Routes Not all roads were meant to be paved - some got paved anyway. Stuck between the dust of a dirt road and the smooth asphalt of a paved one lies the Paved Mt Trail. These roads have stood the test of time fighting for space among dense forest and cliff sides. Their fragile surface crumbling as they succumb to the rugged terrain they divide. Finding space for two cars to pass can be hard. Finding enjoyment on a bike easy. Design Your Ride in Minutes. A Butler Map does more than just point out the best roads. They make it easy to plan your trip with a host of features built just for riders. Turn to the back of the map for detailed information on every G1 road recommended. There are elevation profiles, climate guides, motorcycle shop lists and even QR codes to link you to valuable information like where to sleep, where to eat or what to see when you're not on the bike. Features Waterproof / Tear Resistant The road can be tough on your gear. Butler Maps are designed to withstand abuse. Packs Easily Each Butler Map folds to 4.25 x 9 to easily fit in tank and tail bags. Butler Maps can be folded to fit within map cases. Highlighted Rides for Easy Reference The best rides in the state are detailed in easy-to-read, highlighted segments. GPS waypoints are provided for G1 rides. QR Codes Use a smart phone Scan one of the QR codes to link to useful information while you're out on the road. Videos of recommended rides, biker gatherings, road conditions and much more is a scan away. Expanded Views of G1 Rides G1 rides are numbered and enlarged for your convenience. The expanded views of G1 rides are placed on a dedicated portion of the map. Mobile Tour Guide So you've ticked off five G1 rides, and your butt is tired. Now what Whether you need a beer, a bed or some BBQ it can all be found in the Mobile Tour Guide. Search by town, search by category or search based on the biker deals waiting for you. Everything you need in one spot. Dual Sport Roads Had enough of the pavement Try some dirt! Recommended Dual-Sport roads are moderate rides picked for spectacular scenery, remote locations and link-ability to the best paved roads. Shop Directory Broke down Need a jacket for that unexpected spring storm Every shop in the state is listed by town to get you back on the road as quickly as possible. Elevation Profiles One of the dominating features of the G1 rides is elevation change. Get a sense for exactly how much ducking and diving you're in for by referring to a detailed elevation graph. Climate Guides Nothing ruins a good day of riding like a freak storm. Check out the climate guide for general information on seasonal weather or scan the weather QR code for up-to-the-minute conditions. Protective Map Sleeve Keep all your Butler Maps in one place with the Butler custom map carrying case. Fits 6 maps comfortably. Velcro flap for easy loading/unloading. Durable canvas designed for life on the road. Regional Planning Map Planning a trip to the Rockies Want to ride the best of the best Use this 5 state map to see the bigger picture and plan your personal Rocky Mountain Regional tour. The intent of this planning map is to provide a broad view of the great rides in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho and Montana. The level of detail and information found in this map is most effective when used in conjunction with a Butler Maps individual state G1 map.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Excellent
PostedJuly 28, 2014
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DucMulti
From Canada
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
I just drove through Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado and used Butler maps to pick the routes. Absolutely fantastic (but you may need a magnifying glass is you are my age)!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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EVS Tug Riding Shorts - Impact Features Designed to provide active compression to muscles decreasing the lactic acid build up and helping to provide greater endurance Breathable moisture wicking fabric Moisture wicking padded synthetic chamois crotch pad Breathable form molded EVA hip, thigh and tailbone pads Hard molded hip pads for ultimate protection Removable EVA tailbone pad insert
 
Overall rating 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Know what you need them for
PostedJuly 14, 2014
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DucMulti
From Canada
Bang for the Buck 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Style 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Comfort 
2 / 5
2 / 5
These are more for comfort on longer rides than serious protection. The hip protectors look much bigger in the picture than in real life, and tailbone is covered with a tiny piece of plastic.
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REV'IT! Velox WSP Windcollar The Velox GORE Windstopper Softshell wind collar covers a wider part of the chest than the Karma, while offering excellent moisture management, insulation, wind blocking, and water repellent properties. The Velox WSP is soft, extremely comfortable, and ultra light. PROTECTION FEATURES Outer shell WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell 3L ripstop stretch, mesh Waterproofing water repellent and wind proof Breathability highly breathable Composition 58 polyester, 33 polyamide, 6 ePFTE, 3 elastane ERGONOMIC FEATURES Fit ergonomic fit Features over lock seams, stretchable
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
It does the work
PostedSeptember 10, 2012
Customer avatar
DucMulti
From Canada
Bang for the Buck 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Style 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Comfort 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Protection & Durability 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow 
1 / 5
1 / 5
Features 
5 / 5
5 / 5
I did my first 1200km day with the windcollar, and it was comfortable all the way. I had to fuss around a bit to get the back right, but once adjusted, it kept the wind and rain out. The back could be a little longer for us taller guys, but other than that, it works.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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