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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Big_John, Aug 23, 2012.
Big John shares Gatorade with Little John after scaling Mosquito Pass
John and Bob take in a view of the "Flat Top" Wilderness Area
John at the Currecanti National Recreation area.
Near Mt. Snuffels Wilderness Area
The bike performed very, very well and made the whole trip (1,200 miles) without a single issue. It is a Kawasaki loaner, as a part of our partnership with Kawasaki.
Boys the KLR is a solid performer. It is not the very best in any category, but it is one of the tops in an "all everything" bike.
I had some suspension work done and only hit the skid plate a couple of times.
And....I took it places very few KLR's have gone and it performed.
The next guy to down-talk the KLR.....show up and ride with me.
This was not Mosquito Pass. This was an obscure trail between Gypsum, CO and Meeker, CO (Coffee Pot Road) ....next to Flat Tops Wilderness. It was an amazing riding and darn challenging. This little bit found 6 bikes on their sides.
What and Awesome ride!
Here are a few memorable moments.
Helping a brother out
A secret that few mechanics know.
Water can be down right fun!
Or it can be a "Kodak Moment"
Sorry about the error in location, what I do remember is that this was likely the most challenging riding of the entire 6-days. The views of the Flat Top Wilderness were well worth the effort!
Looks like a well planned EPIC Adventure. I hope to make it next year!!
Some of the views where undiscribible!
This Guy seem to have a monkey on his back the whole trip!
Wild Bill, aka Dawgtracker, Let me publicly thank you again for being the only rider who could stop laughing sufficiently to assist me from getting out from under my bike as I laid there pinned to the bottom...with the tide rising...and using my camel back drinking tube as a snorkel........thanks Brother.
Excuse Me!!!! Who is knee deep with you in the water?
Some people will do anything to get into a photo
I distinctly remember that moment when you came to provide me sage tutelage. I believe your exact words were "Don't fall in the water"..... So, let me thank you for that again!!
You are so correct. This piece of advice also came on the heels of another chunk of wisdom I laid on you about an hour earlier.....
"Stop falling in the dirt!"
By the way, have you authored and submitted that letter to KLIM.....with your disappointment that their Gortex gear is not waterproof....especially under two feet of water?
Matt found a great campsite for our last night of the trip
Breakfast in Saguache
Bob pointing out Saguache, where we had breakfast earlier.
No amount of JB weld will repair this!
That rack did add a nice accent to this fence!
Roto Packs emptied and good to go!
We rode up to the top of the "Pit", 1800 feet to the bottom.