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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by shrineclown, Oct 1, 2016.
I may have to do that ...
Be Good to catch up again Kev.
What time you heading up Thursday?
Thanks for including a link...looks to be some treasures there.
Camping is first come first choice. You can set up anywhere you want, except down by the fire or on the beach. They are worried we will set you aglow. Just ask the veterans, they will help point you around. Well, you might not want to ask Sean, he will think it is funny you wake up floating.
yeh, be sure to bring your air mattress :)
packing has commenced. do you think a 30 pack is enough?
All good Kurt
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For the first 30 minutes
Don't tempt him
5hours27minutes30seconds. but who's counting.
I'm finally ready to do this. What should I bring?
Do I need to wear a specific color for each night's festivities so we all match?
Which way to the nudist beach? (I didn't order this much sausage!)
Just gotta put the front header pipe back on the 950, and then swap tires on the KDX once they arrive from FedEx today.
I have, once again, failed to make it up to the Barnard area to scout some new options for the dirty little bikers, so we will be riding basically the same thing as years past. If you are bored of that, by all means, make your own way, there's no shortage of good stuff around Silver Lake. If you have never ridden with me before, you will likely enjoy yourself. There is a slight chance I find some good new stuff on Thurs or Fri when I go scouting, but I'm going to take one of those days to head to Hurricane Mtn Road and Bear Notch area of NH on the big dirty.
So to answer Loph's question, yeah, we might have a conversation with the local fish police. Have your license and registration with you, not some story about where it is or might be. For those who weren't there, we've been stopped by a Park Ranger before on a great section of trail, fortunately right near the end of it. Because we were polite and everybody had paperwork, we were given a warning and let go. If you are not able to be polite when confronted by an LEO, or don't have a properly legal motorcycle, or like to whine and bitch a lot, don't join up with us.
I have ridden everything that I know we are going to ride on a KLR 650, a 950 Super Enduro,a KTM 640 Enduro, a Gas Gas 450, and a KDX 200. It is fun on all of them, though a bit more work on the heavier bikes. Choose the bike that makes you smile the most and enjoy the ride. Knobbies are all but essential. If you come up on a Bobbed Ultra-Glide and say, "I can ride this anywhere," I'm not gonna tell you no. But I will tell you to hike out of the woods because the rest of us are busy riding if you fail to live up to your bravado.
I'm easy to spot, easy to talk to, and yes, I do like that flavor of beer as long as it's cold.
See you FF's soonish.
berg the backseat driver.
Loph917 and I are on the move!
You go! 30 is not enough and I have ridden 7 miles of one of those routes on a 640 Adventure.
It was 9 miles. One way.
I would like to encourage anyone with a twisted throttle sticker on their bike to place your 2017 Cromag Campout sticker right on top of it.
What? We're not friends, Rory?
What's this world coming to.
...work has put a crimp on things for tonight but will bug out at noon. See you smiling fuckers tomorrow night!
And if your not smiling, why the hell not? It's CroMag!
Still fuckin around with GPS and electronics. Gonna roll out at Oh Dark Hundred.
Looking forward to this. Second time at CroMag, first time with a little bike!