|09-06-2005, 07:43 AM||#91|
Joined: Feb 2005
Location: Everett, WA.
What a ride. When the big quake comes, I think the DR 200 should do fine. Normal people don't ride these trecherous boulder paved hills. I did my standard bitching, moaning and smartass comments.
You couldn't have asked for a nicer day, great weather, any warmer out and we would still be there, passed out, tucked under the bikes. It seems every time I go out lately I come home and say: 'it was the toughest ride yet'. Heck, whats next? I do believe the hardest part of the ride was my seat. Oh my, I'm thinkin' they make seats as uncomfortable as possible to make you stand the whole ride and work on your skills .
Labor Day? Yup, labored my ass off. Glad no one was criticly hurt, sure was close though. Lacey, Chad, you get three more days to heal, GPS ride is aroud the corner.
|09-06-2005, 08:35 AM||#92|
For Reasons Unknown...
Joined: Mar 2005
Location: Houston, TX
1) Need new tyres (found some "missing piece" on the rear...
2) Need new clutch lever
3) Gotta rebend Acerbis guards
4) gotta straighten handlebar gear
5) Need new sprocket
6) Need new seat
That with about what is shaping up to be 19 hour days this week Im not promising anything...
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