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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by roger123, Dec 25, 2008.
You don't have time to ride since the video isn't finished
How's your leg?
You back riding?
It's doing pretty good, I am building it back up. I have been riding street for quite a while. I still have to take it easy on the off-road.
Thanks for asking.
Going to go have some fun with the richmond inmates on Sat.
Take lots of pics!
I was curious what that trials/technical course looks like. Home-made courses are always interesting.
Edit: If it's cool, I'm bringing the TW up next time, perhaps we can ride together to a future one. I'd love a trials bike but they seem impossible to find around here.
You could always take up competitive shooting. Plenty of that to do around here.
Anyone want to ride some of Error Cooled's Blue Ridge Trail this weekend? For me, up sat morning and camp out sat night.
Would love to do this on a weekend later in the summer.
I'm all about that!!, Except my son's birthday is this weekend....dammit
Baby Hooli's is the 17th! Momma has grand plans for a big party, the Hooli-Pool is straight kicking my ass getting the algae out of it. Previous owner SHOULD of opened it back in may when it wasn't so damn hot....still going to do my best to get out for a ride early next week!
Where do you think you will camp at? AB
Can't make it, but are you riding the bike up there and back?
Have a great ride!
Yeah man, riding the KLR up
I generally have a better time when I truck it up, knowing that I don't have to ride it home, bit don't have access to a truck this weekend
Isn't BYOB this weekend?
I have thought about that but I don't think my desire to do it is worth the price of ammo these days. I enjoy unleashing the fury of my 10/22 for $5 but I start seeing $$$ every time I pull the trigger of my .45. I have started reloading but it still ain't cheap.
I have been thinking a lot about jet ski fishing. Kind of the advrider of the fishing world. I do enjoy fishing and like my kayak but a jet ski would really give me some range and adventure but without quite as much hassle as a boat.
A local guy has really taken this to the next level and has even started a tour guide/rental business. Since I have never been on jetski I am thinking of going out with him once to see if I like it.
I really need to find something redeeming about living here. I am just miserable.
^ That looks absolutely awesome.
I remember when that gentleman's photo was all over the news a year or two ago when he caught that whale jumping out of the water with the cargo ship in the background.
I wonder how much of one his fishing charters costs...
The Outdoors show is this weekend here at the Pavilion. He is giving a seminar on Sunday. I will probably go and check it out.
I'll find out what it cost.
putting this back on the market.
Cosmetically it is a 3/10 but it has always been reliable mechanically.
Just put $600 worth of tires on it. Need to get $2000 for it.
4 captains chairs and still room for a dual sport inside, or seating for 7 and pull a big trailer.
150k on the odometer.
Learning good stuff here everyday. I'm going to see if the wife is up for the outdoor show this weekend and a jetski/PWC sightseeing tour sometime in the future.
I just bought a new to me truck and was wondering if anybody had a folding motorcycle loading ramp they were looking to sell.
They're always on sale at Cycle Gear. In fact, I can't say that I've ever paid sticker price for anything in there.
If it's Bilt, they actually pay you to take it.
(Says the dude wearing mostly Bilt gear...)