Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by ryanwilliamcantrell, Oct 17, 2007.
I better get packing.
Trailrider. OK, the weather is clearing up and I don't want to waste a week sitting around so I am heading out towards Utah midweek, on my own.
That said, I'll catch you later,
I knew it.
Is any one riding Saturday 3/30/2013?
Weather should be great.
Provided the bike starts in the morning... YES! I spent the day waking it up from hibernation.
It's happened. We've hatched a little family of bikes. Mine, below, will be under construction for couple weeks. Little Brenna pinned the throttle on her XR50 straight out of the shoot. As expected. Typical new rider thing. Fortunately just a fast walk to catch her. TTR110 for the boy that he'll see for the first time today. The TTR is a fun little ride around the culdesac.
See you out there soon!
SO what is this an early Christmas? or belated. "Some Assembly required"
To the guy who rides down Warm Springs after work on a plated WR250 in a hi viz jacket and stands up on his pegs by the storage units until he goes around the curve by the golf course: I highly recommend Nate Fisher's saddles.
So what exactly is this. I see some orange bits. KTM 450? 525? I am terrible IDing those bikes. Am I completely off track?
I'm going to guess KTM 500EXC
Where are the pics?
Yep. 500 XC-W. Just started wiring up the street legal bits tonight. Should be a fun change from the GS so long as I don't want to pass anyone on the highway.
Considering how you could ride that GS, I am going to stay out of your way on that thing.
Took the boy out today for his 1st mud ride.
It also happened to be his first day without training wheels on his PW50. Her was doing great by the end of the day, after a few initial faceplants.
Awesome Ryan. So, he's getting broke in right Before you know it he'll be stopping looking back and waiting for is old dad to catch up..... well a few years, but watch out they go quick.
Agreed. I was really impressed with him today ~ he's got a a natural eye for 'picking the right line' and going for it. It's was a little sloppy out there... but as its said, a bad day of riding it better than a good day of work.
<object style="position:absolute;z-index:1000" type="application/x-dgnria" id="plugin0" height="0" width="0">
Awesome!!... one day on the bike and he already rides mud better than I do!!
amazing how youngsters just figure stuff out...