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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by somecallmetim, Nov 14, 2003.
TR 28 should be awesome.
There were a lot of bald tires on that ride. I think there was a ditch in the way before you made it to the wall. I don't remember you being at Pete's or were you the one that got there when I was getting ready to roll out?
About 20 mins before or so, did a few laps of the bottom with Tom,tried death hill once,couldn't see Jack.
I watched the video a few times trying to figure it out. The bike goes down fast and ends up pointing up hill,never did figure out what exactly happened. And other than no more nearly bald tires in mud and slow the f down,I can't think of much more to take away from that.
I'll bring extra oil....
I'm off work Thursday, so count me in.
you bicycle nuts will probably like this:
I've been there, interesting place.
How did your nuts like it?
For those in the Danville ride tomorrow, there may be some back tracking involved. Most of this ride is within a half mile of rivers, and a lot of it is in flood areas. Im hopeful that everything is passable, but I doubt it will be. If this ends up sucking, blame Mother Nature, not me!
They liked the seat exhibit very much.
Wally Road today.
It's coming again...We are getting hammered hard right now....all my trees are trimmed now and at least one is down already
Yeah, but the river is usually like a minimum of 5 feet lower than the road.
Then stay out of the river.
On the WR yes on the Strom maybe but I wasn't trying it.
channel your inner meef and charge right into that shit
You don't get to be as old as Alan is by doing damn fool things like that.
If anyone's interested, the entire ride report from my 4-day Independence Day weekend TET ride is online beginning at http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=21788845#post21788845
This ride is just going to be our version of this year's Erzberg Rodeo.