I normally do my Basecamp plotting and mapping on my home desktop then transfer to my device. However, I was planning on going on a trip and was taking my laptop so I could update my GPS if my plans or route changes.
I performed a backup of Basecamp on my desktop and had the backup file placed on an available cloud drive. In my case that was OneDrive. I then installed Basecamp on my laptop and performed a restore from the file on my OneDrive. Now when I make a change on my laptop or desktop, I run the backup to OneDrive and do a restore on the other. This allows me to keep my laptop and desktop in sync.
Whether AMA members opt for the no-cost standard roadside assistance program or purchase the upgraded AMA Roadside Assistance Plus coverage, they can ride and drive worry free knowing that the AMA and its partner providers have their back.
George & Dragon Pub, Phoenix, AZ – January 31, 2019
by El Chino Loco
Every January, we hold our monthly meeting and dinner at the George & Dragon Pub to commemorate where the club first started meeting. The George & Dragon was actually the place where all of the monthly meetings were held when the club first formed as a Triumph RAT Pack sponsored by the then nearby Phoenix International Motorsports on 7th Ave that now houses The Yard complex of restaurants.
Our first ride of the year started on a fairly mild morning at GO AZ Motorcycles Peoria. After a brief rider’s meeting we all set off for a nice half day’s ride into Wickenburg then down Vulture Mine Rd to the relaxing roads that take you through the farming towns of Arlington and Buckeye.
Bisbee Breakfast Club, Mesa, AZ – January 13, 2019
by El Presidente
Our first 2nd Sunday Breakfast of 2019 was held at Bisbee Breakfast Club in Mesa. For me, it would have been a cold ride on the bike and since I hadn’t ridden in a while, I was going to be extra chilly, so I opted to attend in my car. The Bisbee Breakfast Club is a popular local chain started in Bisbee, AZ
As previously announced, the time has come to start asking participants in our club to contribute in maintaining the infrastructure of our organization. Though we do seek out sponsors to help pay for targeted aspects of what we do, they do not pay for everything. That burden has fallen on the Board of Directors since forming and on myself previously. For example, GO AZ Motorcycles is currently our Ride Series sponsor and cover all costs related to our rides and ride related awards that we give out at the end of the year, but they do not cover things like the costs related to keeping and maintaining our website.