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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
Almost forgot, I saw the John Deere bike on my way to the Razorback Riders meeting tonight.
Very good. Thanks, I could spend a lot of time in that place.
A couple of things I have seen operational.
Much stuff my Dad worked with as a kid.
A ton of stuff his parents had & used over their life time.
If 50% of that stuff was restored to running condition & in a museum... WOW
My Dad's parents came from Indiana to Texas just before the turn of the century. He had the first steam tractor in Cooke County Texas.
Some amazing old stuff and so much in one place....
Razorback riders? Are they the good folks in Combs?
Yeah Scotty, they are based just outside of Mill Creek. It's the big camp ground right before you get there on the left.
Found this in the "Thread of Awesome" What a cool perspective!
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Gmornin, Short week so I get to ride home Thursday afternoon. High in the 50's here Friday with a predicted low of 32 and 30 on Saturday. I think I'll leave the Wing in Arkansas till the outage is over.
incase you ADV twitter guys missed it..Craig, njoytheride, is now on there..I have him added to the ADV list so go there and grab him and follow..if'n you want that is
Twat did you say?
You been listening to Rodney Carrington again?
Saw him live in Fayetteville, about...hmmm 18 years ago, before he broke big.
Funny dude, and around 5 feet tall if I recall.
That's why he's on stage, only way he can see over the crowd.
Makes me want to throw up.. anyway.. i dont like it.. too shaky..
Just wanted to say THANKS to Travis at Mossy Creek Cycle, me and a friend were down in you fine country enjoying some awesome dual sport'n when we got a little lost :eek1 just by chance we went by Mossy creek and I recognized the name from here, we stopped and interrupted his work a while and he got us straightened out and we made it to Oark for pie . Thanks again Travis. bete. ps;; got to get back there soon, great riding.
Hi Scotty! Rode it on down to Chester via Devils Den but that's about all of the dirt so far. Did get on some gravel while riding Route 66 but that's about it. Planning on riding Route 66 all the way to the Pacific Ocean next! Anybody wanna go? It'll be a blast with plenty of food stops of course and a few museums and old gas stations too. Can't wait to stand on the Santa Monica pier and look out on the ocean.
Thats on my list of things I want to do too! I'm jealous.
After waiting since August for Michelin to import the 17" T63 tires, I decided I couldn't wait any longer. This weekend, I'm gonna install a Shinko 244 set on my F650. I have a 19" 244 on the front that will be replaced after 9,700 miles. It still has tread and I'll keep it as a spare.