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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by shrineclown, Oct 12, 2011.
I like the sound o that
We have tried to coax the little bikes out. But it has been slow to take. There is plenty of riding in the area, and we can park twenty rigs at the beach. They just have to stay parked once in and ride the bikes from there on until you leave. If we have twenty rigs, there are offers from a number of members in the area to accept the overflow.
Bring them, you will have fun. Bring both and do it all. It is all up to you.
Will there be any sport bike, street only rides leaving from Cromag?
There are usually some. If you want to bring sportbikes, there is no problem with that. Just have to be an ADV inmate.
I'm intending to hit the Cro-Mag this year.. [About fucking time!]
I'll probably ride up on the F650gs but I am curious about hauling up the smaller bike (drz400s) and doing the small bike options.. I'm fairly new to the small bike riding and was wondering if that stuff was going to be serious hardcore single track or moderate trail riding that would be ok for someone with only a couple of years experience but who is willing to try whatever is put in front of him, aka me...
Sweet. I'll be on a sportbike again. And I'm inmate here, convenient!!
Whatever you scout, make sure someone can come and get you when you break down
Good seeing you again
Sounds like a plan. Thurs after 3 departure?
Hmmm, looking like a ride I wanna make. Been a long time since I rode in VT. I've got 4 weeks of PTO, why the hell not!!
In, 1 bike, 1 tent, meat for sure!
Was thinking about a SS up or back, but the riding is too pretty to just go blasting through on the Interstate system. So I'll take the long way
Since I know you carry appropriate tools for trailside fixes, you're more than welcome to come along. If you did any of the technical sections at the Roaming Rally, you can likely handle whatever I put together. Some of the route will be two-track and jeep trails. Very little, if any true single-track. Some sections will certainly be challenging (ie loose rocky uphills) but nothing that requires A-level enduro racing skills (not that those would hurt though).
Naw, I won't be on the KTM, so breakdowns shouldn't be a concern. Had a good ride with you until I hit the no-go-no-more part.
don't believe him, he'll have you up to your ears in mud in a heartbeat Are you two still planing on the Soiree?
I"m still in, but haven't gotten a yea or nay from the missus yet. She may visit some friends in Maine while I continue on to the Rock.
And BTW, mud is not necessarily single track. . .
Have you figured out the reason for the short yet?
I'm working on Loph to drag his sorry ass up too Sorry for the wee hijack, I'm hoping to make it back down to CroMag again too
Any idea yet what the cost will be? Do we pay when we arrive? I am trying to get some friends to come and need to let them know.
Not yet, we are working on it.
Say ... aren't you the guy that rode the "easy" dual sport route with your "sportbike" the last time that Cromag was still in Maine?
I wasn't there for it, but I think the quote went something like "it's still a road ... it just has dirt on it".
But I may be mistaken ...
Hope to stay in the tens of dollars range
It has to go up some, but not significantly. $50, $40, $30. If we want T-shirts that will have to be added. I have tried to keep it so you can come on your ahem....errrr.....KLR....for a weekend on a C-note or less if you really wanted.
While on the topic...do we want to add t-shirts to the price? The arteest is thinking some composite drinking device too.
Talk amongst yourselves.