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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by somecallmetim, Nov 14, 2003.
Do you think this guy has a KLR at home? Notice the milk crate on the backseat? :huh
Also noticed the fork seal oil deflector quicker picker upper.
The rig is just weird enough that I like it, it's a Gold Wing.
Hell it may have started out as a KLR. Some guys seem to do strange things to them.
I thought it was a Cadillac.
You should have stuck around, we did some good stuff after Danville.
I was riding due west on the way home and there were times I couldn't get over 60 on my 650 because the wind was so strong. I tucked behind a grain truck and kinda balled myself up.....
That`s the hill we called "Mother"....much steeper and more technical than it looks...
and when you get to the top of it you go 30 yards,make a 90 degree turn to the right and straight up another one called "Mother F`er"......then you take a break and let everyone rest.....ah memories!!!
I will second the nice meeting everyone. Great ride Matt. Looks like I really do need some good tires and a bash plate if I am going to ride some of the roads. Definitely a cold ride home, time to get the electric heater gear on the Vstrom.
If I remember that day was you, me, Dave, Mtnbiker and Jason. Real good times.
Good times for sure!!! I was just talking to my cousin this week about that little get off.
good to meet you, if we get some somewhat decent weather again this year, we can do some gravel road exploring with Penner since we all live pretty close to each other. We can head south next time and poke around Newark/Coshocton.
Now I have a good excuse to head back up North to ride again.
Made the right call leaving when I did though. Only thing worse than getting home frozen would have been to do so in the dark.
quoted for truth
Handheld tracker for the inmates with cash to burn: http://www.shoutnano.com/
I may or may not have seen or used this.
Yesterday was a good time and it was nice to have Alan back. He rides pretty well for a guy with handicapped tags.
I want a device that gets me lost not gets me found!
Google maps. Ignore all common sense and take that right turn while on those bridges.
I am still using a GPS map from 10 years ago. Amazing how what used to be roads disappear into the overgrowth.
Thanks Mike, I told myself I was going to take it slow and not do anything stupid.
D'oh, I thought it was yesterday? lol Happy Birthday (again) Shawn!