I think that's true of every state. The site has over 49,000 registered members, and out of that number, I'd guess that no more than one or two hundred of them post on here with any regularity. Break that number down by the number of states and countries represented in here, and it doesn't leave a lot of posters for each region.
DMC Motorcycles, Senor Jay Guise. I got a fork mod from him years ago that made the handling on my BMW/Ural rig very light. It pushed the stock forks out about 3". I could control one handed with a light touch on the bars, even in sidewinds.
I believe he's made a lot of good stuff over the years.
It's been a year since there's been a fresh post on this thread, so I'll join in. I'm in East Texas near Tyler and got my '14 1000 Adventure a month ago. Plans for any big rides are on standby for next year. Got a couple short trips for the fall, including a possible weekend in Arkansas when temps cool. I've already researched a bunch of tech from Stromtroopers since I joined. Shinko 705 tires, OEM vs aftermarket center stands, top case opinions, windscreen advice, etc.
Only Strom rider I know is in my local BMW club, has a Wee Strom and loves it along with his R1200RT.
Corpus Christi, Texas. I met two guys on Gen 1 Wees, both red about a month ago. I should've got their info but didn't think about it until we parted ways. For those in Texas check out https://www.twtex.com/forums/
Wound up behind a white newer model Strom in little old Erwin, NC this afternoon on the way home from work. Gotta love 70+ degree weather in December and it's good to see like-minded Strommers out there taking advantage of it.
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