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WONG'S MOUNTAINS

 Mountain Name, Altitude, and Times Summited 


Mt Shasta 14,162'    2 of 3  

Mt Lassen 10,462'    3 

Mt Hood 11,245'  1 of 2  

Pyramid Peak 9,983'  4  

Eagle Buttress 8640'  

Jacks Peak 9856'  

Dicks Peak 9974'  

Mt Tallac 9735'     3  

Mt Hawkins 10,024' 

Mt Sill 14,154'  

North Palisade 14,248' 

Mt Gayley 13,510 

Mt Ritter 13,143'   1 of 2  

Mt Dade 13,600' 

Bear Creek Spire 13,734'  

Mt Hoffman 10,850; 3 

Thompson Peak - 9,003  

Cathedral Peak 10,911  

Mt Dana 13,053  

Kuna Peak 13,002'  

Koip Peak 12,962'  

Mt Whitney 14,505'  

Kaiser Peak 10,320'  

Huayna Potosi 20,000'  

Cerro Jankho Huyo 18,079'+  

Pequeno Alpamayo 17,618'  

Unnamed Peak, Bolivia  16,000'+  

Mt Carrie (WA) 6995'  

Telescope Peak 11,043' 

Whorl Mountain  12,033'  1 of 2  

atterhorn Peak - 12,279' 

North Peak Yosemite - 12, 247'  



MIKE'S BIKES

Yamaha 60: What can I say...my first.

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Yamaha 100 Trailmaster

1967: This is the same type of Bike that I bought from Ira Dahm, only mine was yellow.

1967: This is the same type of Bike that I bought from Ira Dahm, only mine was yellow. 

Kawasaki Mach III 1971

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 That's me chanting to the sun god (actually pushing my hair back)and Bill Koppler playing god. Kurt Moseley clicked the camera. That's his MG in the back ground. Note the plastic pot plant next to my front wheel. This was shot on Serena St. in Linda Mar.  Man, I miss those pants!! 

Yamaha 180

This one was  fast. Custom made chrome twin expansion chambers. Beat most of the big 350 Hondas.

 As with all of my bikes, this one was expecially fast. Note the custom made chrome twin expansion chambers. I beat most of the big 350 Hondas of the
day. 

Kawasaki Mach III 500 cc 1970

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 It would turn 12.5 seconds out of the box. Never got any tickets on this one, they couldn't catch me. The front end wouldn't stay down. The older I get, the faster I was. 

Honda 550-4

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 My tour bike. Gary Kellogg and I did an epic journey into WA state loaded down with back packs to climb in the Olympics. This bike was horribly slow but always reliable. 

1984 Honda V30 Magna

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 I loved this bike, and it was fast. Had the smoothest gear box that I ever felt. V4, an expensive way to build a motor. Man, wish I still had this one. 

Honda CB1-400

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This bike can out-handle most any bike on the road. It has gear driven cams, 41 mm forks with big springs, carbs are jetted and breath completely freely, open pipes, redlines at 13'500 rpm, wide sticky tires, radar detecter, stops and turns on a dime and is my favorite color.     

2004 Honda 599 a.k.a. Hornet

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 My current bike. CBR F3 600cc engine.