ARRL published an article talking about the number of new hams that came to us in 2017. For the fourth year in a row, more than 30,000 new hams.
The monthly net is moving to Burton Brink’s (N6USO) repeater. This repeater is linked to two others. Please program your radios and test your programming before the net.
Primary Frequency: 145.440– 136.5 – Sunset Ridge
Alternate Frequency: 449.880– 146.2 – Sunset Ridge
Alternate Frequency: 445.480– 131.8 – Santa Anita Ridge (above Arcadia)
Please join us for the net!
Last month I wrote about my “new” VTX 1800. At that time I was just trying to do the minimum to be able to support the MS-150 coming up later in the month. To that end I just ran power and antenna to the front of the bike and mounted my old FT-90 (what’a trooper!) on the handlebars and ran a speaker wire to my helmet or a separate headset. I did all that and was ready to go. However…Continue reading Honda VTX 1800 Install
I have a 2m/440 mobile radio on my Victory Vegas. I enjoy using it for public service at athletic events and chatting with my riding companions.Continue reading Install: Icom IC-2730 on a Victory Vegas
Learn more about John Reynold’s (W5JFR) Kenwood install on his GL1800, Blew by You. Continue reading Blew By You – W5JFR
I just received an offer from MARC member Carlos Varon K2LCV in Flushing, NY. He is a freelance photographer, motorcycle HOG rider, and HAM radio operator. Continue reading Camera Tips and Tricks
In our March meeting we talked about moving the net to a different repeater, upcoming events, and the web site.
Harley-Davidson is working on a new plan to attract younger riders, in fact 2 million riders over the next 10 years. Continue reading Harley-Davidson Attracting New Riders
A discussion about the radio interface connector on the Honda GL-1500. Continue reading Honda GL-1500 Radio Interface
It is not a coincident that the Comet HP-32 now has an FHN at the end, hence Comet HP-32FHN. Continue reading History of the Comet HP32FHN