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Old 08-03-2009, 07:08 PM   #61
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Your tag. Glad you got one. But, shouldn't it go on the Tag-O-Rama thread?
My, Bad. Wolfy, I just saw where you did post the tag in the right Thread.
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Old 08-03-2009, 07:11 PM   #62
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Your tag. Glad you got one. But, shouldn't it go on the Tag-O-Rama thread?
My, Bad. Wolfy, I just saw where you did post the tag in the right Thread.
No worries. It's all good fun!
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Old 08-03-2009, 08:15 PM   #63
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Pics from Sunday's Camp Shelby Ride

Where we were heading and Where had been is the rearview mirror



Stopped at Hadji's



DesotoRoto checking out the coptor



Now he looks like he wants to buy it



A ride through the woods

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Old 08-03-2009, 08:32 PM   #64
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Careful following DesotoRoto. He will take you places you might not come back from.

Looks like a fun ride. I followed him around DNF all day once. It was a blast.

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Where we were heading and Where had been is the rearview mirror



Stopped at Hadji's



DesotoRoto checking out the coptor



Now he looks like he wants to buy it



A ride through the woods

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Old 08-04-2009, 08:29 AM   #65
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Spend at least 4 hours there. Alot to see in there.

I will be there next saturday.............on the track
The Porsche driving school was on the track while we were in the museum!

So I really, REALLY liked the place. Wish I would have brought my better digital camera, but the Blackberry cameraphone crappy pics will have to do:

One for TROPHY:

One for WOLFY:

The only thing that looked like a DualSport:

Easy Rider:

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Old 08-08-2009, 09:04 PM   #66
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Today's ride

Well, DesotoRoto and I headed a little north today. Rode 175 miles of dirt and pavement. It was a good ride and may be part of a nice loop I am working on. Here are the pics.

A lil Juke Joint

Roadside mechanical adjustment

Great dirt

Donkeys

And a Jackass

We were screwing around and DesotoRoto went around the sign and got caught up on some barbed wire. Why leave a roll of barbed wire in a ditch?

He came out ok. Didn't take too many pics, was having too much fun.
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Old 08-08-2009, 09:11 PM   #67
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I stopped at that gas station while riding the Miss. Hill Country section of the TAT. I also remember seeing the donkeys and have a similar picture some where. I could only see the jackass when I looked in the mirror.
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Old 08-09-2009, 03:18 PM   #68
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I stopped at that gas station while riding the Miss. Hill Country section of the TAT. I also remember seeing the donkeys and have a similar picture some where. I could only see the jackass when I looked in the mirror.
Yep, we rode up the MHCT for a ways, then looped back on some more good dirt west of the MHCT route. Trying to put together another day long dirt ride (a little further north for our Golden Triangle Boys) without using the MHCT roads.
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Old 08-10-2009, 08:23 PM   #69
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The Porsche driving school was on the track while we were in the museum!

So I really, REALLY liked the place. Wish I would have brought my better digital camera, but the Blackberry cameraphone crappy pics will have to do:

One for TROPHY:

One for WOLFY:

The only thing that looked like a DualSport:

Easy Rider:

WOW ! What cool place to hang out for few hours . Earl a the HD shop has a couple of those HD "dual sport" bikes . Where is this little haven ?
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WOW ! What cool place to hang out for few hours . Earl a the HD shop has a couple of those HD "dual sport" bikes . Where is this little haven ?
Barber's Motorcycle Museum. Just next door in B-ham, AL http://barbermuseum.org/
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Old 08-10-2009, 09:27 PM   #71
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Barber's Motorcycle Museum. Just next door in B-ham, AL http://barbermuseum.org/
I take it that is where all the guys are going for track day on their crotch rockets . Haven't had the opportunity to go yet, looks like fun.
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Old 08-11-2009, 11:21 AM   #72
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I take it that is where all the guys are going for track day on their crotch rockets . Haven't had the opportunity to go yet, looks like fun.
That's the place. They have a great vintage festival in October and also host several road races. I have heard that they are going to build a National caliber MX track in hopes of luring a National MX race there. Hope that is true!
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That's the place. They have a great vintage festival in October and also host several road races. I have heard that they are going to build a National caliber MX track in hopes of luring a National MX race there. Hope that is true!
I've heard Terry and other guys at Trikes and Bikes Inc. in Jackson , talking about this motor sports park . Sounds like a place to gain some skills and get rid of some 9-5 tension in the meantime .
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I've heard Terry and other guys at Trikes and Bikes Inc. in Jackson , talking about this motor sports park . Sounds like a place to gain some skills and get rid of some 9-5 tension in the meantime .
I have a few friends who go over there pretty often and one of them hangs out on here and rode with us back on the 25th. They have different sanctioning bodies (Nesba, etc.) that have rules for equipment, bikes, level, etc. and they control the track. Some of these other guys that have gone to track days can tell you more.
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Old 08-12-2009, 07:22 AM   #75
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I have a few friends who go over there pretty often and one of them hangs out on here and rode with us back on the 25th. They have different sanctioning bodies (Nesba, etc.) that have rules for equipment, bikes, level, etc. and they control the track. Some of these other guys that have gone to track days can tell you more.
I was there this past saturday with NESBA. Love the place!!! Love the track!!! I will be back there again end of Sept. after I go to lil' Talladega next

Terry was there this past weekend also.
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