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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by waybill, May 2, 2013.
It's a 50 mile ATV trail (loop) west of SR19 and south of 40. It's like all the other current ATV trails, deep whooped sand.
its where the non-ktm/huskys go... gotcha..
Btw, I had some smiley emojis in that post to soften the sarcasm and they disappeared￼.
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im sure they got translated in to Poop emoji's and laughing with tears smilies.. those are the worst!
some info on scroll charts for those like me that have never owned or used one : http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/recommendations-for-a-roll-chart-holder.328858/
Marc the centennial trail is definitely a bit harder route to ride but it is very rewarding. The views and terrain changes there are some of the best in ocala. The sand is some of the worst and unfortunately its along the whole route. It can easily be done in 4-5 hours though. The reason we like it so much is the berms there are some of the gnarliest in florida right near the campground. And that campground has electricity to my belief.
Our goal would be to possibly stay at the centennial campground and do that along with wandering wiregrass on one day and then ride the good stuff in northwest ocala the next. We don't have any definite plans as of yet so we can easily modify that
Traveling to Cabo San Lucas the first of next month and thinking of riding there......any suggestions for a day or two day ride, company?
Mattbujor... We who? you and nick (wr250)?
New friend Brian's BMW GS 1150 after crossing the Sierra de la Giganta with us from Mulege to San Juanico. Our KTM's faired mucho bettero.
Riding in the Caribbean. Bikes slept outside last night.
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Sam helping engineering on Brian's Beemer. Lord help him!
^^^Couple of hose clamps should do the trick.
I think it's a little late for Loctite.
Now that Sam is helping, I expect he "will be fine on that bike"
I dunno, did he bring his jumper cables?
Use the Red locktite.. yes i know.. Blue matches the BMW colors but they dont make white locktite unless you consider elmers glue the same?
jeepgeek - Yeah, me, Nic, Jon (drz400), and another coworker of ours (ktm 440?)
We are thinking of doing durhamtown or something out west (blackwater, appalachicola, or tates hell). Again our plans aren't final for now
Mattbujor... count me out.. anything that involves too much sand, mud bogs, clay pits or any names that start with "hell" or end with "hell" or incorporate the word "hell" doesnt inspire me. Matter a fact i'm considering selling the klx and finding a dr650 (as i had planned orginally) with the idea of doing more light trail riding rather than anything involving high speed sand rousting..
speaking of which: why do we use the term Roosting? is it because of the term Chickening? which means to be afraid of something and Roosters are more cocky? perhaps!