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Old 05-06-2013, 09:06 AM   #59131
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Black and Silver? I was northbound on I77 Saturday afternoon when one came along as I getting on the freeway from 30.

I'm just south of you and my buddy just picked up a 610SM
Nope, Its orange.

Sweet, I'd be up for some supermoto style riding. I'm slow on pavement though, for a sumo.
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:10 AM   #59132
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Looks like I've got a job. It's a temporary position with the City of Columbus. I'll need to work 480 hours, under 40 hours per week, and beyond that, it's mostly up to me. Which means I'll have lots of 3 day weekends.

Most importantly, the job will allow me to justify replacing the Tenere... and will give me spending money for when I'm out of work again... the plan right now is to be done working pre-September, and spend the month of September (+/-) riding out west.

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Old 05-06-2013, 11:41 AM   #59133
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Grassman

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Grassman enduro kicked my a#@!I It was dry in areas.wet in other areas,roots rocks,mudholes,gnarly creek crossings and tight trees and a lot of off camber trail..If it had been raining,I'd still be down there somewhere!Korey and C-bus laid out a true enduro course for sure!I'm gonna be feeling this one for a few days.I didn't ride great,but enjoyed it a lot..got some barb wire wrapped around my rear axle and rotor in one section that dashed any hopes of a $5 plaque. .Took me about 20 minutes to get it all cut outIt was great hanging out last night with the guys bench racing..I'm sure TJ,Big Mike,Toby.JB and Colin will have their own stories to tell .fingers are too sore to type anymore
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I'm tired, sore and my legs are still cramping. I had fun but rode terribly, it all culminated in getting stuck in the last section. I ended up having to flip the bike over backwards to get it out after trying to pull it out for 10 minutes. Ripped up a new jersey and smashed a knee, all in all a great day though! It was a real, tough enduro. I dropped 59 if I added correctly and finished 6th in VetB and lost the points lead I'm pretty sure.
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yesterday was freaking rough... i dont think MH3 starcrosses were the best for the woods but they worked ok... it was wetter than i expected... definatly the toughest enduro i've done since athens last year... it was a "real enduro"... i feel like i got hit by a mack truck LOL...
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Copsey it was nice meeting you, I was the guy talking to you when we signed up yesterday.
The enduro was fun definitely technical, My only real gripe was having to ride about 1/2 of the first section twice, the row in front of us missed the turn and so did we and we ended up back on the same course . I though that mistake had ruined my day but still managed to pull a 3rd so I am pretty happy!
My son got some good footage of a guy not making the hero creek jump and another rider jumping over him..LOL!! pretty awesome.
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Here's my ride report:
Met up with Kenny Sat afternoon and rode over to Norwich to camp for the night. Wanted to try to be comfy so I brought an air mattress (note to self, don't forget the pump). So, I dialed up the Norwich Select Comfort to 100 and tossed & turned for the night. At least I had a good bag & kept warm.

Got up early (since I wasn’t sleeping anyway) and fixed some coffee & oatmeal. It was a cool morning but shaping up to be an absolutely beautiful day!

My primary goal was to come home safe & have fun. Then I wanted to make it to the first gas and if there then shoot for the second. Bike was ready and we were on row 15. Seemed like a good draw. But, I knew I was not far enough ahead of the reserved rows! Those guys were blitzing me. Turns out I would spend most of my day back with the guys on row 30.

They started us out right into the woods. The first section, much like every section, was tight & technical. One of the first of many ditch crossing I tried to hit hard as to not get stuck and I caught traction cartwheeling the bike landing right on my leg. Turns out I didn't have all my carb issues sorted because the idle was too low once I got a few minutes in and the bike kept stalling. I finally stopped to adjust it and discovered one tool missing from my pack…A screwdriver! Pushed on and ended up stuck in a creek crossing. Got myself out but that sapped a lot of much needed energy.

Finally made it out and Dan K's pit crew was there and I was able to get the idle set. A good bit behind already and the trail was deteriorating quickly!

I didn't get back on time until the first gas. I feel like my conditioning is pretty good. But, I realized at that point I was not in riding shape.

I left gas a few minutes behind and into the first section I got stuck in a tricky ravine crossing. Apparently there was a board (read plank) to cross for the first guys. That was quickly knocked off into the ditch and became an obstacle (for me). Fortunately a spectator helped me get out.

Pushed on and the mistakes kept increasing in frequency. Had another little spill & bent my clutch lever and shortly after that got a long vine rapped around my wheel. Got back going and a little after the halfway mark (section 6?) I was nearing my limit and called it a day before the increasing mistakes added up to a big one.

I never could get a flow. I think I picked a tough ride for my first real ride back. But, I had fun and am looking forward to the Flint Ridge dualsport. I'm not sure a lot of the dualsport guys will feel the same. Those that made it out of the 1st section prolly wish they would have quit.

I hope the guys that griped about the first enduros being too easy were there yesterday.

And, I'm with TJ...I feel like I got hit by the jeep that ran Kenny into the ditch!
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Seems like it worked out OK. Very few did the whole route. A lot of DS guys did the first half and called it a day. But none of them complained. Like I said earlier, a lot of those guys know they'll get their ass kicked and quit after 20-30 miles and are happy for the punishment.
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Sounds like everyone got there moneys worth and made it home in one piece even if their bike didn't.
Between having a cold and rehabbing my tennis elbow it's sounds like a good thing I passed.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:32 PM   #59134
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Dublin café racer/retro/vintage bike night.

1st Monday of each month.....Yo, that's tonight, May 6th.

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Old 05-06-2013, 02:43 PM   #59135
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Looks like I've got a job. It's a temporary position with the City of Columbus.
Accident reconstructionist?
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:54 PM   #59136
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Old 05-06-2013, 05:12 PM   #59137
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Dublin café racer/retro/vintage bike night.

1st Monday of each month.....Yo, that's tonight, May 6th.

http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/...ic-dublin.html
I bet that's gonna be rich douche central.....
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Old 05-06-2013, 05:56 PM   #59138
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I bet that's gonna be rich douche central.....

I was there and I`m not a rich douche....just a douche!
Won a free shirt for the oldest bike there (I said oldest bike)
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:00 PM   #59139
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I see the words Dublin and vintage and assume guys who busted out the checkbook....
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:28 PM   #59140
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I see the words Dublin and vintage and assume guys who busted out the checkbook....
I think the same thing when I hear the words Powell or New Albany. Totally different 20 years ago.
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:30 PM   #59141
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New Albany is nothing like Dublin. I don't even like going into the bank there because they look at me like I'm the help.....
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Old 05-06-2013, 07:10 PM   #59142
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I was there and I`m not a rich douche....just a douche!
Won a free shirt for the oldest bike there (I said oldest bike)
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Old 05-06-2013, 07:36 PM   #59143
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:24 PM   #59144
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Sweet, I'd be up for some supermoto style riding. I'm slow on pavement though, for a sumo.
I'm not a big fan of asphalt, but I do like to go out and pretend I know what I'm doing. I won't risk crashing the Transalp but I've tossed the 640 into a ditch or two
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Old 05-07-2013, 03:25 AM   #59145
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