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Where Harleys started, back in 1903!
1894 Steam powered cycle
1934 Harley "V" twin. I have one of these!
Ham on a HOG!
1906 Harley Davidson single cylinder
What my wife wishes I would ride
You may already know that I am an Amateur Radio (Ham) Operator.  Marsha and I belong to a group known as "Hams on Hogs",
and another group known as "MARC" motorcycling Amateur Radio  Club.  Here are a few pictures:
1894 Steam powered cycle
Marsha, and her Harley
You may already know that I am an Amateur Radio (Ham) Operator.  Marsha and I belong to a group known as "Hams on Hogs",
and another group known as "MARC" motorcycling Amateur Radio  Club.  Here are a few pictures:
1996 HD and hack.
A little cutie in Honduras, riding a Honda.  Look at the condition of this thing.  Immaculate, and I think it is several years old.
Uncle Elvis Elliot
Norm and Paul "eating Cajun"!
Mom's house in Cushman, ARK.
Paul "Ice racing". Yes it is on a frozen lake, and yes, it really is racing!
Paul and Zac, ready to ride! in 1999
"Hang on PAPA", said Zac in 2003
This is the "touring" camp trailer, that we used for several years.
Well we are off to explore the world!
Photo 4. The IC-706 control head
A little cutie in Honduras, riding a Honda.  Look at the condition of this thing.  Immaculate, and I think it is several years old.
 
Below is the story of how I mounted an Amateur radio on the Harley.
Photo 1. The IC-2700 bracket.
photo 2. The IC-2700 control head.
photo 3. The adapter for the IC-706
photo 5. Access to the "tape deck".
photo 6. The bracket.
photo 7. The bracket installed.
photo 8. The bracket & radio installed.
photo 9. The Speaker, installed.
photo 11. The antenna mount that I made.
photo 10. The PTT switch, installed.
photo 12. The Maldol antenna, mounted.
photo 13. ready to ride!.
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