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This is my first post here. I am finishing my bachelors in mechanical engineering at Michigan Tech. I've been working on the formula SAE engine team and have been doing engine research on a GM ECOTEC 2L. I want to live somewhere on the west coast. My passion is motorcycles. I'm planning a 7,000 mile trip on my Honda CBR motorcycle in the month of August. I'm trying to find some companies to tour while I'm there. Does anyone have any recommendations on where to tour or how to make this happen? I've tried Honda with no luck of course. Let me know if you have any ideas.



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Not a motorcycle company but if you get to Vancouver BC a place to visit the Trev Deeley motorcycle Museum on Boundry. I hear that there is also a Honda dealership nearby with a Museum as well.

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