Chase the Sun. 12/12/12 The End.
Going down south before the next full moon.
Will be at the Mayan tomb by
December twelve by the year of twenty twelve.
Then only then, I will know what to do.
but for now, here is the bike.
This is new for me.
The rocks, sands, trees, and things.
I used to suit up to ride the Crest.
If you live in L.A., you know what I mean.
This is the new road.
So far, I enjoy the new thing it gives me.
I learn a few tricks of dirt riding.
If it's a wrong thing to do,
please enlighten me with no hesitation.
On the track, gas it when in doubt.
But on the mountains, in the river or valley,
especially on mean sands,
you better sit yo dumb ass down and easy with the throttle.
This is new for me,
the rocks, sands, trees, and things.
But I'm learning a little by little.
like how I was when I was a little.
Thank you each every one of you.
I'm in! Good luck on the trip, when do you leave?
Another RR, can't wait!:clap
D -20....more or less.
Let your bike dance between your knees in the loose stuff. Forward momentum is your friend. Speed is not.
Get weight on your foot pegs, even is your knees are bent enough that your butt is dusting off your saddle.
Looks like your DR laid down for a rest in that first photo.
Have fun. Subscribed!
I have fatten the handle bar,
enlarged the gas tank,
installed the center stand,
changed the seat,
shelled out for TM40,
opened up the airbox,
caned the stock can,
and got me a cool can.
a beautiful black rack.
My belly burns as the time approaches.
Day by day, hour by hour, moment by moment,
I am torn between the elated optimism to
I wanna be on the road, but I need to tight this last bolt.
There"re always more of these last bolts.
A great American playwright once illustrated as
the Hero steps out for the journey.
His bag flung over his broad shoulder,
his eyes scan vast wilderness in front of him.
And he drops his bag on the ground,
kneels, undo his shoe lace. tightens the right shoe firmly.
He checks the other shoe, undo, tightens, checks.
Maybe dig through his bag,
looking for some other trivial shit.
You get the idea......
Oh man, this is going to be good.......
Anybody have suggetion for the easier way to do this?http://img.tapatalk.com/d/12/10/13/2u2e4ysa.jpg
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Hard to see just where the tire is from here. But, make sure you have a much of the tire bead in the valley as you can get. It just don't look like it's there from the picture.
Much thanks to you.
Thank you very so much.
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