Some of the feedback that has come in about my website!
You are to be congratulated for the time and effort in providing information for the gold wing public! Jim & Sue NH
Thanks for the information on the SWR meter and patch cord I will build mine tomorrow Jack CA
Your site has lots of good info. Thanks and keep up the good work. Jeff Libby Fort Worth, TX
PHENOMENAL.... Sir, If there was a "Medal of Honor" for downright useful info, you should get several. If only accessary manufacturers had people
of your talent to send directions for installing accessaries in such a simplistic manner as you have, I would have more hair on my head. GREAT JOB!!!!!!! Newt
Read up on the SWR for the GL1800. Thanks for providing information to the public like this. It is a big help for those of us who can do some of these things,
instead of running to a dealer every time. Pictures are great, explanation is very good, my swr meter is not as nice, but I know now what to do when Channel 40
is a larger number reading than channel 1. Thanks Bob
I THOUGHT U DID A SUPERB JOB ON THE ANTENA SWR THING. Hoedown1@...
Thanks for the info on your site. I am 57 years old and am a first time rider who just bought a '93 SE from a guy who bought a new 1800.
Your info has been very helpful to me as I am trying to learn as much as I can without having to pay the local dealer his exorbitant service fees. Best regards, Gordon, CA
John, I like your website but i really like your answers on the board. You are the stu oltman when it comes to the right answers. Thank you Jim
I am really happy to find your web site. Explains lots to me. Mike
thought your site was/is superb; I have an 02 wing and always felt my cb was not putting out what it should. I have seen other posts about checking the
swr but yours answered a question I didn't know to ask and that was about the connecting cable in order to hook up the meter . I have a meter and have
used it in my cars and truck and also on my 83 Venture Royale. Thanks again for having a well detailed site. David from the Bronx,NY
Thank you for your helpful site. I was in trouble with GL1800 CB's SWR. But with your help I hope I'll manage to get it done. Thanks again, Jim
I love your site verry nice!!! Dennis
Great site and good instructions! Doug, N3AIA
Thanks for the tips on CB tuning. Very informative and simple to understand. Just installed one but have not tuned. Randy
John just used some of your advice on my bike. Made the grounding block and readjusted my CB per your instructions. Bob
You are one of those angels that help us. I visit your web page often. Fred
Very nice website, John. Thanks much for sharing. Neophytes, like me, will find it very informative, but so will the seasoned veteran rider. Ray
Unbelievable job! I enjoyed it.
Great site keep up the good work. I appreciate it..
What a great variety,spent some real time with you. Keep it up!
Great photos,and clear explananations. Thanks!
An outstanding web site. I am looking to do something like it myself.
Great website. Thanks for taking the time and effort to help out fellow Goldwingers. Gary, NC
Thanks for you help wishes GWRRA member number 118109 from little country called Finland in Northern Europe. Regards Veli-Matti Aaltonen
You have a great web site and a couple weeks ago I used your insts to tune my CB and it was a snap. I have a Uniden 510XL cb and a stock antenna
for my 95 Asp and your insts worked like a charm and I just wanted to thank you for all your trouble to get this info to all of us wingers. Bob
You have posted about the best explanation on setting the SWR's I have seen on this board. I have been dinging with CB's about 30 yrs. Rolf
Good job. It's always nice to be able to pick up this type of information.
Greetings from Finland ! (Europe) I spend a long time on your webpages - They are absolutely GREAT !!!
Very good pictures and information. Thanks for taking the time ... wwt arizona
Excellent SWR measurement information!!!
Good job on the web page. I just picked up a swr meter at radio shack and am going to check my cb tonight.
Enjoyed your site. I especially liked the Yellowstone & Beartooth highway photos
Very helpful, John. Clear, detailed, and easy to understand. Your including Radio Shack part numbers for the connectors and SWR meter is particularly
likely to shorten somebodies time to get the job done right. Thanks for the effort in putting this together. Mark
Really enjoyed the pictures and the info on the SWR for the CB. I too have been to Mt Evans, Colorado and the Rocky Mountain National Park and
across the USA to the west coast and still love to see the wonders of nature and the beauty of it all. Raymond
Great website, good looking motors at deals gap, been there done that. Your antenna tuning insts are great, just what I needed. Bob
This was very helpful!! I don't need it now but the info was VERY useful!! Paul
I think you have a great site. Lots of neat things to look at.
I am a winger in Japan. I found out your web-site here today. These are nice photos, and many good information. I enter this site to book mark.
I would like to see this site again. Yamamoto
John, thanks for taking the time and making the effort to share your experience of motorcycling. We are all better informed from your efforts.
Your site is so intuitive and professionally done that it is truly impressive. Your passion for touring and "Doing it right the first time" is evident.
I hope our paths cross some day. Skip
I enjoyed your goldwing site very much. You have many interesting links and the pictures are great! One of the better sites I have visited.
I bookmarked it and I will check back from time to time to see if you update any of your info. I have had a motorcycle since I was 13.(47 now)
I recently sold my 83mi Interstate with 63K mi and bought a 93 Aspencade with 14K mi. Ride Safely Mike
My wife and I have really enjoyed your site, been looking at all of the photos, we're heading to Beartooth Pass 1st week in July, also going through
Yellowstone. Thanks Perry & Shirley from KY
Enjoyed your site very much. I am in the process of trying to build my own, so I have saved your wallpapers. Ken
What an excellent site you have. Seems you're having a lot of fun on the new bike. We have a '94 1500 we love. How's it going with your 1800- any overheating? Have fun and ride safe Byron & Tammy WI-O
I really like your site.Most of the places you feature I have been to.Turner Falls was owned by my great-great granddad before statehood.
I live in Yukon Okla. My wife and I ride our wing every chance we get.Thanks for building such a intresting site. Larry& Ann
Had the opportunity to check out your wedsite. Wonderful pictures, beautiful Wing. Sam
I revisited your website again last night while surfing around. I haven't been to it since you got your 1800. I think you've done a great job with it.
I wish I could travel as much as you. I did manage to make a trip to Colorado this last summer so it was nice checking out your Colorado pics too. Bobby
Thanks for furnishing this. I enjoyed it. Thanks again Bob C
wow.. you did a great job... very interesting site ;-) Ride safe ... Mike
Great site. I'm impressed
I just looked at your website and saw the train depot in a castle photo in Shawnee, Oklahoma. I thought that was really cool. I had not noticed it while I was in
Your site is great.... interesting pics and some good reading.
.......Jim in Ga.
Thanks a bunch for the tech help. Not only is it right on the button, it has pictures which will help a dummy like me get this done right. Thanks again, Jim
Comments above added Oct 04
John, just checked out your site, one word mate "Magic"........
I think there are a few people who need to be thanked for their education of the Gold Wing 'family', thank you..
Sure enjoying your web-site. Like your neat pictures !!
Saw one of your pictures featured a round barn near Arcadia. Have to get
to that next time we're in the area.
I wanted to thank you for your picture you posted from WingDing.
I don't own a Wing. I'm considering getting one, but honestly still
haven't decided if it will be my choice for my next bike, I do however very
much enjoy reading the GWRRA page and wanted to let you know I enjoyed your
I think this page is great, I am working on mine my site is winging-along.20m.com I am limited to what I can do on my site but like I said this site is great.
Your Web Site is OUTSTANDING to say the least. I love all the pictures of Wing Ding, mostly the Show & Shine. What a great job.
Thanks for letting us be part of it.
As a wing rider myself this site ranks as one of the best with me !!!
This site has been passed on to our chapter to have a look at.
Very well put togeather, great pic's.
Keep up the great work.
Wandered in from the GWWRA bulletin board & I like what I see.
Very nice website, Well organized, colorful, interesting,
and focused on motorcycling, yet diversified. Great Job.
You done GOOD.
Thanks for allowing us to witness the enjoyment you and your wing have had together.
99SE (Green Lizard)
Like your site a lot. I do a newsletter for the Southern California Road Riders, we are a Honda Road Rider's club out of Tarzana, CA.
Keep up the great work.
'98 1500 SE Tan
Great photos. Nice site. I would like to link up with you. Will you reciprocate?
Southern California Road Riders
Thank you, I would like to thank you for all your information, I used it and it was really useful.
Enjoyed your web site. Just started mine. We are on Bud Redman's site.
John and Berdina Martin
Just went to your link from the GWRRA board to see the lift
photo's, had to e-mail you and compliment you on your bike! That is
one clean, sweet looking machine.
Well john you did a hell of a job on this web site, wow and thanks for commenting on the Haynes manual but it,s all i could afford, so got to make do. ps This is my first gold wing, it's a 1997 se red just like yours.
I like your page so much, that I am asking permission to use your wallpapers on our webpages that I need to build for our Chapter. Would would to hear from you.
NC-F2 Southern Wings
Nice web sight too! Thanks for sharing! -- Andy
Enjoyed your site. Check out my web site for our motorcycle club.
God's Country Touring Club
Great website........really enjoyed it. Made my early morning!
Hi, I enjoyed your site very much and thought you did a very nice job. Well organized.
If ever in Indiana stop in and say hi.
Good Site. Will mark it and visit again. Saved a blue 1800 as wallpaper. Also saw the painted yellow armadillo. Saw it before, but laughed again.
Gary Johnson..NY..95 Wing
Great website, one of these days I need to set one up.
01 Illusion Red on order
Nice site John.
Such a low member #. You are almost a founding father.
As a proud owner of an 1800 wing, I just wanted to thank you for your efforts in providing info to the masses.
I enjoy your website,, I have been some of the places you show and I have had some of the bikes you have had..PS I had an old water buffalo in the 70s too.
Please keep up the good work...and riding !
Excellent web site, very informative. I just purchased a new 1800 2001
model . Was looking to connect my chatterbox headsets to the bike intercom
and your pics. of the 5 pin connector are a big help. Thanks
Your site is great.... interesting pics and some good reading.
Jim in Ga.
Thanks for furnishing this. I enjoyed it. Thanks again
Regarding the pictures from the 1980 Wing Ding...the last picture of the bike in the lobby...It would seem you have a pic of my current bike. The 1980 Wing Ding Grand Prize.
What a great intersting website.great pix . the fart filter was a gas !;-)
What an excellent site you have. Seems you're having a lot of fun on the new bike. We have a '94 1500 we love. Have fun and ride safe
Byron & Tammy
My name is Nigel and I have a GL1500 Aspencade named "The Mistress".
I live in Nottingham, England and was informed of you site and your bikes name by a fellow winger through our new forum on the GWOCGB website.
Nigel (Trent Wings)(GWOCGB) UK
My wife and I have really enjoyed your site, been looking at all of the photos, we're heading to Beartooth Pass 1st week in July, also going through Yellowstone.
Thanks, Perry & Shirley
I enjoyed your goldwing site very much. You have many interesting links and the pictures are great! One of the better sites I have visited..I bookmarked it and I will check back from time to time to see if you update any of your info.
Hello, I am a winger in Japan. I found out your web-site here today.
These are nice photos, and many good information.
I enter this site to book mark.
I would like to see this site again.
John, thanks for taking the time and making the effort to share your experience of motorcycling. We are all better informed from your efforts. Your site is so intuitive and professionally done that it is truly impressive. Your passion for touring and "Doing it right the first time" is evident. I hope our paths cross some day.
Skip W "Tailhooker"
I started browsing your sites. Had to stop. I could use a whole day! Very impressive. Your handle is appropriate. Congratulations on a terrific site.
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