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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by shrineclown, Oct 12, 2011.
welcome sdpc2, Don't worry, guymanbro will help you get it out.
even if it is 2 days later
I'm in! Same preferences as last time. I'll be bringing both bikes.
Glad you are on your way back! Neat set up there.
custom trailer? don't want to crowd the cromag thread with this. have a link to your build/buy and experiences? i'd hate to have to add a 1200GSA to my collection to pull the 'little' bike around.
Hey Loph How's the leg!?
Here's the one I got for the WR250R:
You could keep street tires, tow dirt ones instead of towing a full bike. Just swap tires/wheels for the days of mayhem. At least until they put you in the asylum.
WRR towed 75lbs just fine; love the trailer (www.moto-mule.com)
No riders or machines left behind . . . (for more than a week).
Though you may be asked to hike out and leave me with the key to your bike.
can you carry me?
As long as you have a vestigial bungy cord.
Welcome lgsroadking; is it hard to find tkc's for that?
and a case of beer
Have you ever had somebody come and to the rally/rides with a sidecar. I have a 2011 Ural Patrol with 2wd. Just curious as I've been following this thread for a little while.
Uh, I have no idea what you're talking about?
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Amazing what can be accomplished with a case of beer.
Guess that answers my question...
shit, they let a guy on a Ducati in
That didn't take long to surface again.
"No good can come of this...."
:huh Problem's with Ducati?
There are several regulars that have Ural's. You might even get a group of slow moving hacks together in the woods somewhere in VT.
Glad to have you along, whatever you ride.
Not all, I just remember wassisname dropping his on the wet grass in '08, we were all laughing. I don't have a thing against almost any form of moto, bring on the Urals, maybe they'll make it further than 9 miles?
The Monkey arrived on a metric leg cooker this year. We love them all. Heck, we even work on the ones that don't make noise when they get there.
Pulling your leg skibum....