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Over years and miles, we've lost some really fine peeps. This is for those who now ride the skyways - miss you all, really enjoyed our time and friendships together.

Tim Bates (TwoWheelnut) and Andrew Knight (OrangevaleFJR) at WFO-6, Park City, Utah - August 2007?

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Has it really been three years?

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..and my tribute to Tim while on the road, returning from NERDS, Stowe, VT to see Dad in Salem, Oregon.

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Found a small bottle of Jack at the local store, asked a stranger to take a pix of me saluting my bud who passed on. He literally dropoped his suitcases and said 'Fuck Yes!'.

I ran Tim's top case from the Wabs for this trip - knowing the date I would be on the road. It just seemed right. So many times on this ride I've reached back, touched the case, and hoped Tim was enjoying the ride too. Kind of sad moments, but it's OK.

I miss my buddy.

Tim was and IS very special to many of us, me included. I'm so glad to have known him, ridden with him, had a few drinks and dinners with him. I hope Tim's raising the roof now too..

From MCML (original thread conveted to Book format)


Permalink Submitted by MCML on Tue, 08/23/2011 - 21:09.

I was with Tim when he bought that CB sticker.   Was there, too,  for the NAFO and WFO6 stickers.  Lots of us were.  Tim also bought a Hyder sticker later on during the same trip on which acquired the CB sticker.  The Hyder sticker flew out when the top box opened up on a rutted dirt road south of Hyder.  Fortunately, I was running sweep (2nd of our two bikes) and rescued the sticker.   I guess he did not have to time to add it to the box.

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Hyder sticker

Permalink Submitted by dcarver on Tue, 09/06/2011 - 10:36.

MCML - I have that sticker! It was peeling loose, poor adhesive, so I removed it from the box and put it in my den on a filing cabbie. I noticed on this trip that other stickers were losing grip too. Maybe I'll find some spray adhesive or something to keep them on board...

Thanks for taking time to post up with this bit of TWN history!

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My recollections of Tim's Celebration of Life at the Hondarosa. It's been, what, 3 years now, so Oct 2008, IIRC. 

At left, my bud and neighbor BBQ'd for all us.

I'll only call out once so you are on your own after that -

Highlander, MCML, me, Gupster 

GunMD at left.

Umm, Beer! 

Highlander prepares for the night.

Jasper, a dog in da hood, takes a sniff.

I was going sooo fast!

Skyway, aka Ian. It was nice that peeps did not screw with him though he did with them via an aux tank deal gone bad... today was about Tim, and I appreicated the respect given.

Patti's brother, at left.

Mrs. Fairlaner, Tim's bio brother Chris, Mrs and Mr Barabus.

Fairlaner, Barabus, Jdog

Toecutter, MadMike, Skyway.

Patti's brother, Highlander.

Sherri Knight's new hubbie, Mrs. Jdog, Fairlaner, Mrs. Fairlaner, Mrs. Barabus.

James Dean lives in Fairlaner, I swear.

Fjr peeps are good humans.

Audi drivers, on the other hand..

Preparing the sign..

This stuff is not easy.. burying good friends.

Scott takes pix.. 

Toecutter, Steve, MadMike, Patti, ??, Mr. Sherri Knight (Jeff?)

Patti, dear sweet Patti. She died about one year later. Very sad. 

Mr. and Mrs Jdog.

 

Well, that's about it. Even after several, 3 years, it's very difficult to post this thread. I have Wabs, Tim's DL650, and ride her very often. Each time I ride I think of Tim, and Patti too. 

Count  your blessings while you are alive I guess is the lesson learned here.

Continuing on one man's life journey - d

Permalink Submitted by CAJW on Sun, 11/13/2011 - 14:25.

Nice job DC. I'm sure Tim is looking down and smiling at this peaceful scene in the last pic.

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Permalink Submitted by dcarver on Tue, 12/13/2011 - 19:36.

On conference call with Richard and Chris, wishing Tim a happy birthday!

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Host one for Twowheelnut today, 6pm, pst

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 05:23 AM

Today marks the 4th anniversary of the passing of our good friend Tim Bates, Twowheelnut.



Celebrate with us at 6 PM pst by raising a glass of your favorite beverage, preferably Jack Daniels on the rocks, in celebration of a life well and fully lived! If you can, take a pix of you and your toast to Tim and post up here?




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I wouldn't change a fucking thing; I've lived hard, played hard, and I ain't done yet. I've paid some severe penalties along the way, but the rewards have been so much greater; even if for just have participating in the game of life with utmost abandon. It's not who rides the furthest in a day, but rather in a lifetime. CBA member #1, IBA #31845 and very proud of both.

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Tims sign. 4 years later.

A brothers love.

Wabs - Tim's DL650 I purchased from Patti after Tim's death.
 

Joseph, paying respects at Tim's tree. Perhaps wondering what could have been.

Valerie and Joseph, chillin on a Friday. We're still waiting for Fairlaner and Chris to arrive. 

Discussing things.

Where are Richard and Chris? Shouldn't they be here by now?

Ruh-Roh Ollie, an offroad excursion with an on-road car...

That ain't gonna buff out.. jus seyin'

Gravel in the bead... Still held pressure though, so all was and is good... but still plenty to worry about when 250 miles frome home..

BBQ fired, up, ready to party! And Harley D Dawg approves! 

The next morning. When is breakfast served, anyway?

Me and the not-so-EZ EzUp!

Shauna has done a GREAT job with fixin the ol' Hondarosa up..

Since the Audi was already, uh, dirty, Fairlaner decides to have some fun..

Then, it's time to get to serious ass-whuppins at that horseshoe pit..

Even in competition, always help your bud out.. 

Yep, it's ALL good!

So much food and drink.. We are veryt fortunate. Good friends, we're still healthy.. and Riding MotoBikes.

Highlander made it too! Love that guy.. always with great humor and mischevious sparkle in the eye.

My sweetie.

Richard, going for more off-road expereince. That Audi is simply amazing. The hill? No problem. 

Here's some video of Fairlaner

Fairlaner hillclimbing from dcarver220b on Vimeo.

Steve, 03silverbullet, showed up too! He has Tim's old FJR, it only seemed right to take some pix of the two bikes together in memory of Tim. Thanks Steve for showing up!  

More pix. 

Probably the best shot of these two motobikes together. Steve now has over 200k on the FJR, bought it with 68k IIRC, from Patti. 

Dos motobike amigos. 

Chris, always on the spot, gets a few pix of the bikes too.

I was wrong, THIS is my favorite pix of the two bikes.

Shauna and Valerie did great all weekend long - they worked really hard to make it all happen, and it was REALLY funny when Valerie put RUB on Richards meat. <Steak that is!> 
Now then, this pix? Shauna said Valerie would be really pissed I posted it but said I HAD too!
So Valerie, it's all Shauna's fault, OK? 

Not sure what's going on with this pix either...  

Ahh, this pix is SOOO much better! Cute couple you two! 

Now for the next foto victim.. Chris Bates.  

Chris reminds me of another fine man, who was a marine. God bless those that defend us. 

Chris, truly a pleasure to know you. Know that your brother Tim was VERY proud of you.  

Chow time. My shirt is from the Rueben Run 2012 at FJRay's place!  

What a bunch of ham bones. Check out this pix.. then look at the next one. 

Ham BONES everyone!  

The best woman I've every known. 

Nice nips, Valerie!  

Wow, another day to live and have fun!  

Steve, BlueStreek, packs the tent. This is the last day of the bash.  

Chris and Joseph are still waking.. pussy lightweights..  

Richard, doing gravel removal from the tire bead... 

Chris, flashing the TWN salute! Breakfast at the Loading Chute, Creston, CA. 

Then, it's over. Highlander and Bluestreek were the only motobikers at this event. Oh, Steve, 03SilverBullett too. You guys rock!  

Permalink Submitted by CAJW on Sun, 11/25/2012 - 12:47.
DC, Thanks for posting for those who couldn't make the trek to the Hondarosa.  Good to see faces and camaraderie on display in Tim's remeberance.  One thing missing here is a link to the video of the MX track assualt by Sir R's Audi..........
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Permalink Submitted by CAJW on Sun, 11/25/2012 - 12:47.
DC, Thanks for posting for those who couldn't make the trek to the Hondarosa.  Good to see faces and camaraderie on display in Tim's remeberance.  One thing missing here is a link to the video of the MX track assualt by Sir R's Audi..........
<p>Brain dead for now, can&#39;t think of anything witty enough to grace this space.</p>

Permalink Submitted by CAJW on Sun, 11/25/2012 - 12:47.
DC, Thanks for posting for those who couldn't make the trek to the Hondarosa.  Good to see faces and camaraderie on display in Tim's remeberance.  One thing missing here is a link to the video of the MX track assualt by Sir R's Audi..........
<p>Brain dead for now, can&#39;t think of anything witty enough to grace this space.</p>

Hard to believe, but today... would have been Tim's 55th birthday...

Happy 55th birthday, Timster! Miss yah buddy...

Hard to believe, but today... would have been Tim's 55th birthday...

Happy 55th birthday, Timster! Miss yah buddy...

Tim Bates
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(I think the Timster would have liked that new word used above, he had a great sense of humor)

Tim's tree is doing fine. Check it out.
That's Wabs, Tim's DL650, on the right.

Funny story and weirdness continues surrounding Tim and his bikes. When I bought Wabs from Patti, his widow, Wabs ran for all of 2 miles then crapped out and died. Blown fuel pump fuse. When Ignacio went to ride Tim's FJR, it cooked the clutch. Tonight, right before riding to the tree, Wabs would not turn over. Dead. Nothing. Lots of lights and battery power, no starter motor. Neutral? Check. Kill switch to ON? Check. Kickstand up? Check. WTFO?

Loose connection at clutch lever interlock.
I tell yah, the ghost of TWN is very much a force to be reckoned with.

Chris, Tim's brother, wanted this hat to remain, in wind, rain, sun, heat and cold. I am very surprised at how well that hat is holding up.

Fading sunlight, fading lives for some of us still living. At least we are still in fading stage. Enjoy every day, peeps. 
 

Magic.

A close-up of the sign. All the work we did to put a UV protective clear layer over the top was a good investment. 

Due to recent deaths in our immediate family, and some healing that needs to happen in hearts very close to me, there will be no TWN HondarosaBash this October. Next October, though? Watch the fuck out and Katie bar the door cause it is going to RAWK. 

Oh, 

Hugs n' Kisses

 

 

Just home from work, a cold yet somehow very satisfying ride. Night, Christmas lights, FJR, bright lights. Looking forward to the first shot o' the best, tonight JD in memory of my and our dear friend Tim Bates.

..and I wear that same jacket in each and every winter day. TimSign.jpg
 

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Happy Birthday Bud!

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So, Christmas 2013, and my post count creeps up to the magical 11,031 mark that was Tim's last post.

 

It reminds me of what I already know-

 

There is always a 'last time'.

 

And as we age, our personal 'last times' draw nigh, the fences draw tighter, our world grows smaller.

 

Last times are random, without pattern, mostly unknown.

Some are chronic, eroding slowly over time.

Some are acute, that precise moment in time when all changes.

 

The last time to see your son before being killed, heroically,  in war. Axeman.

The last time you see the love of your life walk away. OrangevaleFJR.

The last time you can ride your motobike. Uncle Dutch.

The last time your mind processes a cognitive thought. My Mom.

The last time your heart beats and the last time you take a breath.

 

I never thought the last time I would ride with Tim would be at NAFO, in Golden, CO.

I barely thought to say 'have a great ride to Alaska, Tim'.

 

The last time.

 

The last time is why we (I) need to seize every precious moment of life and squeeze the living shit out of it for maximum enjoyment, appreciation, and love of life and then share it as much as possible.

 

So then, why all this mushy shit about a guy named Tim?

Well, he was just a nice guy.

Unassuming.

Generous.

A good human.

 

I like good humans.

 

Strive to be a good human.

 

Timster, hope the rides in Heaven are great bud!

..have you given Andrew (OrangevaleFJR) a good old-fashioned JimmieKick yet?

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11,031.

 

We all have our 'Last Times'.

 

Maximize your 'Now Times' while you can - Your 'Last Time' draws nigh.

..you just don't know it.

 

RIP Tim Bates.

 

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Hugs n' Kisses

 

Now then, I'm riding to work tomorrow, and I'm taking the long way in, which means it will be a 2 hour ride filled with curves, high and low speed corners, and deer infested tree lines. That's the way I decide to live and ride.

 

How about you?

 

 

 


 
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I wouldn't change a fucking thing; I've lived hard, played hard, and I ain't done yet. I've paid some severe penalties along the way, but the rewards have been so much greater; even if for just have participating in the game of life with utmost abandon. It's not who rides the furthest in a day, but rather in a lifetime. CBA member #1, IBA #31845 and very proud of both.
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Remembering Tim on His Birthday

From my little corner of the iberSpace world.

I sure do miss that mutha Phucker.

 

 

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#1 dcarver

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Posted 21 August 2015 - 10:15 AM

Yep, it's that time again to host the finest you got and smokem if you gotum. 

Today, 7 years ago, we lost a good man.
 
Tim Bates, Twowheelnut, know that we miss you, my long lost friend.

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    I wouldn't change a fucking thing; I've lived hard, played hard, and I ain't done yet. I've paid some severe penalties along the way, but the rewards have been so much greater; even if for just have participating in the game of life with utmost abandon. It's not who rides the furthest in a day, but rather in a lifetime. CBA member #1, IBA #31845 and very proud of both.
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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 10:47 AM

    In

     

     

    PS: Audi drivers on the other hand  ... that line still makes me smile.

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 12:15 PM

    Seems like just yesterday,...........

     

     

    I'm in !

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 01:35 PM

    6 pm PST is 2:00 am BST, I shall be asleep. But I will remember him. 

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 01:35 PM

    I never met him, but what a fine testament to what kind of man he was, to have friends honor and remember him this way. We should all be so lucky. 
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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 01:41 PM

    9pm here on the Eastie, and I did bring back some medicinal from Colorado. So yes, I got 'em and it will be to you Tim Bates. smile.png cuz I know i won't be enjoying it much wink.png

     

    I never met Tim either, wish I did however. Sounds like we would see eye to eye on many a things.

     

    4:20 away. No really, it's 4:40pm here so it's 4hrs 20 minutes away. Funny,,, on how these things just seem to werk out!

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 01:51 PM

    7 years. My God it's been that long. You know I still have him in my phone's contacts just so I run across him every once in a while.

    In. 

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 03:56 PM

    Seems like just yesterday,...........

     

     

    I'm in !

    In also.

    Nothing but good memories of Tim.

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 04:08 PM

    I'll do an unleaded and bowl for Tim. One of the best gone to young.

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 04:47 PM

    In! 
    If you're not the lead dog. The view never changes and it always smells like crap!

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 04:48 PM

    Prost!!!! 
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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 06:00 PM

    Sorry I never got to meet Tim, have enjoyed reading posts and how others feel. Raising a glass of Bowman Brothers Small Batch.

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 06:00 PM

    Toast!! :)
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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 07:26 PM

    Toasted... That day was still by far the worst birthday of my life up to that time, I woke that morning to read the post by Matt and wished it was just a bad joke... It WASN'T.
    Then my dad passes the following year 1 day before my Birthday..

    August has been a bitch ever since then.

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    Posted 21 August 2015 - 08:04 PM

    Toasted... That day was still by far the worst birthday of my life up to that time, I woke that morning to read the post by Matt and wished it was just a bad joke... It WASN'T.
    Then my dad passes the following year 1 day before my Birthday..

    August has been a bitch ever since then.

     

    Few people have the ability to carry on the irreverent spirit that TWN brought to the forum, and sometimes you just have to give life the finger...cause it can be a nasty bitch and hilarious in the same day.  Thanks for being someone that continues to bring a smile...and a raised eyebrow.  Hope to see you soon.  I'll join you with that toast, and tilt one for you too...Happy birthday ya crazy bastard.  I'm glad we still got you after this tough year.

    Ahhhh!  Summer.

     

    Celebrating Tim Bates and Walter Carver

    7 years ago... We lost Tim. 1 year ago last April, my Dad. Time flys by.

    'What have you accomplished?' my Dad asked on his death bed.
      'Not as much as you' I replied.
          Then  realizing the true question -
    'Everything is done, Dad. All is good. You can go now, if you want too.'

    Dad smiled.

    Sometimes, the fun is in the process. Like the following pix..

    msDcarver, holding Wabs up from falling down. Wabs (Weestrom with ABS brakes = Wabs) was Tim's old bike.

    Some phun stuff here!

    I have no idea what she's reaching for..

    Set the camera on 'Creative' and see what happens!

    Evidently, 10 seconds is insufficient time to walk from the camera to the pose spot.. and that ball is really the dark side of the moon...

    Alomost a good shot.. but some doofus is holding the whiskey glass weird...

    Finally, the money shot!

    Happy birthday Dad, and Tim, we really miss you buddy. 

    ..and so it goes, the evolution of life.

    Ride on.

    2016-08-22 Tim's 8th year gone

    Very hard to fathom 8 years gone.

    A variety of pictures showing the lack of ability we have to take a good pix. Somehow, though, Tim would like it.

    Humans, check! Dog, Check! Tree? Not so much check.

    Humans, check. Dog, check. Cat, check. Tree?

    Hey, we tried!

    I like this pix, water faucet and all..

    Getting better..

    This one for Tim and Jerry Garcia.. wow man....

    Finally, the best of the lot.. RIP Tim Bates, we miss you.

    8 years. Damn.

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