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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by GoneAgain, Dec 23, 2009.
melrose hey,good pub there
Got a bed, a mixed grill.. and a pint of pale..!
The world's a beautiful place..
lucky you,am off to work again tomorrow,back to Oodna.
Bugger.. thought u might get out to the lake for a look....
Cheers for the kind words..
Generally riding by myself.. a few with others.. if there's no pictures of other people or bike's.. then there ain't none there...!
Yeah... I like it! Definitely likes the corrugations more... And..Seems more planted when it gets loose....
Do have to soften up the front end a bit more before today's testing..
Bit of a hill climb to start off today's 'testing'...
Then some bitumen.. then some crap rocky dirt..
Oh great.. Just committed to a hillclimb and it starts raining!
Here's a picture..
And a link..
Looks like you're going to test on the salt :)
Seems your investment has been worth while.
Is Greg going for the land speed record on a F800 at Lake Gardiner? Or did he just take a wrong turn at Mt Ives Station?
I see you've Gone Again.
What's the plan?
Really? You can see that?
Here's a picture..
Pretty barren up there.
I plan to be around there in July. That's my plan anyway.
Trying to find some mojo.. might be working.... The new rear shock certainly is!
Great to hear the shock is working for you. I just ordered one.
Glad to hear your behind is getting a smooth ride.....................but that rear tire in the picture is looking pretty thin around the centre. Hope the weather stays dry and there are no sharp rocks on the journey.
Yeah back tyre is getting down.. real concern is the front though..
Gotta get another 900 km outta this..
Well, a bit extra air in them for the highway and they made the extra 900km home..
In fact, doesn't really look any more worn..
Thanks for the close-ups! You're certainly getting your moneys worth out of your tyre purchases!
A ware pattern analysis on this back tire would suggest you lean a little more toward the right most of the time - or is that just the direction of the prevailing wind downunder?
right cheek is heavier than the left cheek