DC/NOVA Ride Sat or Sun Mar 12/13?

Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by CityClip, Mar 10, 2006.

  1. CityClip

    CityClip Upgraded to Scooterdom

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    Please discuss. :lurk
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  2. Omi

    Omi 0o0o0o

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    Gotta help my roomate move to her new place in Columbia Heights.
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  3. CityClip

    CityClip Upgraded to Scooterdom

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    Drop by and check out my tard. I'm in Columbia Heights. Check your PM.
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  4. Omi

    Omi 0o0o0o

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    I'll call you up tomorrow.
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  5. RRob

    RRob Been here awhile

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    I'm gonna ride all day Sunday. Hoping to do about 300 miles of dirty roads west of I-81.

    My plan is a backroads loop (25/75 gravel/asphalt) through the West Virginia towns of Wardensville, Rio, Moorefield, Scherr, Harmon, Davis, Elk Garden, Kaiser, Ft. Ashby, Points and Berkely Springs.

    If anyone is up for a ride like this you're welcome to join me.
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  6. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    :dog I'm stuck in the basement of the Science building working on the DRZilla project. (evil insane laughter, gallops away wringing hands and flailing arms).
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  7. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    Where is iDave? Is he back from sunny FL?
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  8. CityClip

    CityClip Upgraded to Scooterdom

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    I rode 200 miles on the SM610. I'm totally surprised that I was able to do it, and totally surprised that I mostly kept up with the Ducati group I was with. And totally surprised that my ass didn't fall off the back part of my body. :D
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  9. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    (creeeeaakkk, basement door opens) iGore, I mean iDave, we need carburator parts, a manifold inlet and copper crush gasket STAT!!

    No, No, stay away..stay away...the work is too important! We must not let anything get in the way of creating DRZilla.
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  10. RRob

    RRob Been here awhile

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    :eek1 Is it....aliiiive!!!:eek1




    I got a GPS for my bday today! I spent much of today "geeking" over latitude and longitude, .gpx, waypoints, routes and tracks. Please kill me now!:hack

    This new front fender sucks ass on muddy roads!:2cry
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  11. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    RebelRob, quick, get the 10-40. I think it's the head gasket! 50/50 fluid! We're losing her!

    Damn... another carburator. I think the topend will be fine Dr. Rob.

    Where is that iDave! iDave, get another fcr-mx carb...I don't care about the moral questions about the source of these carbs. It's not cannabalism I tell you...we are not eating them. We are using them in the name of science.

    the oil, the oil, it's everywhere. :dog
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  12. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    I hate to admit it but I use my GPS mostly just to see where I am. I will plot a route if I feel it necessary for a trip or such. I like my map in my tankbag. I tear up old atlasas for the states I plan to travel through and write routes on paper in bold print. I am showing my age I guess.

    You should come over and spend some time. I am having a great time getting my play bike tricked up. That goes for you other turkeys out there too.
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  13. Louge

    Louge silence of the limbs

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    Get yer 610 broken in and come on out to the burbs again.
    We get a lil reeetarded when the reglers show :lol3
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  14. Omi

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    I only had time to ride to meet up with friends for dinner. I had to ditch the fuzz for doing a stand up wheelie on my way home. :lol3
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  15. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    I have a funny feeling that with all the sumo bikes hitting the streets, there are going to be quite a few busy fuzz with the wheelies going on.

    Now Damnit Omar, back to the parts bin...we need those carb parts, I can't keep doing this manual resuscitation by myself.

    (from the background..."yes master. When will I get immortality master?" creeeaakkkk, slam. basement door shuts again)
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    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    stomp, stomp, stomp, Eureka!!! The Carbon Fiber grafts were a success! Oh Dear Dog! They were a success!! Stomp, stomp, stomp.
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  17. Omi

    Omi 0o0o0o

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    :ear
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  18. SkylineKeith

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    And so it was born on a dark dreary night. DRZilla. A mutant, delivered from brown packages and warped minds. Set to prey on the streets of the unsuspecting sheep.

    She is out there. Beware the beast! Beware! Beware! Muahahaha. Muahahaha!!!

    :dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog:dog
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  19. Jack90210

    Jack90210 quia ego nominor leo

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    :ear
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  20. RRob

    RRob Been here awhile

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    Is it true? DRZilla lives? How did it turn out? Let's see some pics! Or better yet come out and ride this weekend.
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