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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Miss Jane, Jan 9, 2013.
What a wonderful video Thanks, B1
Would like to.
Thankfully not in your little BB. :eek1
Isn't this supposed to be a bloke free weekend?
Unless you have had a bit of surgery on one of your recent overseas trips, and the Chix weekend seems the right time to announce your new name of "McBlouse".
Great video, I think that I recognise Naz and Tina in there.
Spoke to Dorthe this morning (5.30am) and she can't wait to get down here. She said it is freezing in Denmark, try -5C!, she was wrapped up in her doona in front of the fire watching telly:eek1
Unfortunately I wont be at Dorthes homecoming Sat week. I will be at PI for the opening round of the Supers
But the F800GS will be ready, being serviced today and fitted with new rubber all round
G'day Miss Jane,
Mmmmmmmaybe?? Have sent you a message to see if what you are planning will suit the trail bike
Would be great to catch up with all of you gals again.
Would be great to see you, we can make it work. PM sent.
She's gonna be boiling by mid afternoon Friday.
Cool Banana's; i'm in ..we will have fun Wonder how many icepacks, chocolates, cakes & cans I can pack into the backpack :eek1 We don't want to starve or dehydrate you know ... don't worry; i'll share
That's great Schecy. looking forward to catchin up again. Always remember that one perion sized Esky you've got!
I'm guessing after reading all of this, that the chocolate lovers were absent from the last ride.
Not one piece of chocolate was eaten all weekend.
Looks like that will change on the next trip though.
Ha ha ha likewise Mel.. don't worry, i'll think of a way to carry the essential supplies on the Kato :huh might be a bit warm though
Well girls, I'm thinking Lake Cobbler might be the go for us. It's so pretty up there and the camping is great. The ride up is very pleasant with some good views and shouldn't present anyone with any difficulties. There is a short walk from the lake to a wonderful look out with breath taking views. What more could we want really.
So the plan would be to all meet at Mansfield.
What do you all think?
Oh no, it's on Lake Cobbler is on fire.
The whole state appears to be alight.
Is there a plan B?
this is plan B
Might return to plan A, which is Goldie Spur to Buckland River Valley, or I have an idea for a plan C thanks to Grumpy, which is the Big River Rd.
Will have to see how the weather plays out and if the brushfire risk is reduced.
Oh and Jude wants to go to the beach.
How do I put these on again?
Getting Instruction on how to ride (well actually the Husky wouldn't start)
And she's off and racing (little reminder on what side of the road to stay on)..... I'm sure the Husky is much bigger than that, why does it look so small......?
Cobbler is less of a risk from fire, but could be risky from trees down. If hot anything with water at the end would be grand.
What about Bear Gully? Free camping, toilets, not a great beach, but still a beach.
Or The Prom?
Yeah, I know the Prom is touristy, but there are great walks and it is beautiful and has lots of beaches.
Great road in, but the last time I went in there there was more holes and less road. Well actually the last 5 kms back out and into Foster involved a hole that swallowed cars. Hopefully it is fixed now.
There are some great roads around that area, and not necessarily asphalt or difficult dirt, so could be plan X, what letter are we up to?
miss jane, let me know if you don't want random chick videos dropped in your threads.
very wet and slippery around bris lately but the girls continue to impress all with the stuff they tackle. one of the girls is preparing for the finke desert race this year on a new husaberg 300, and edited and posted her first video from last weekend.
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she's embarrassing quite a few guys on our rides lately. especially one hill she just cruised up while one of the guys refused to even try and we had to ride it up for him.
No problem at all, drop away B1. Very inspiring I reckon.
Hey I particularly like the very end, I can relate to that bit.
Did a lot of bike dropping last weekend attempting a very steep hill that was a bit loose and rocky. Dorthe managed fine - as you can see she has legs so long they made the Husky look tiny, where as I couldn't reach the ground and just fell over. I probably needed to gas it. No pics sorry, we were all very very hot and dripping with sweat. Luckily this track was not a maybe for the Chix ride and it's never going to be either.