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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by riceless, Jul 3, 2011.
from a recent ride somewhere in Greece
I got this from a few years ago..............
nothin' spectacular, but I was going OK.
This ones mo' betta.......
+1 Keep 'em comin'
Thats why I go to the gym dude. I should take steroids too so when I get really stuck Ill be able to just pick up the bike and carry it over the obstical. haha.
For me a couple of hundred Kilometers in the bush is worth a hundred dollars or so or pain with a personal trainer... but infinitely more fun.
A rough rock hill climb is one mean workout.
Last saturday up in the hills -
That's a great pic!
Since it was a photo shoot, was there actually any weight in those bags, or were they stuffed with newspaper?
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THAT was hard on the clutch.
Another great shot! I'll probably get flack for posting this in OC, but it reminds me of this shot from Stagehand in Old School:
Why would You lower either one of those bikes that much? Hell that Bimmer is draggin the centerstand. Its barely rideable and the 950 will tear that fender off when ya get it in a little mud Sheesh.
The 950 appears to be at full compression of the suspension after catching some air, but you can never tell about those bimmer guys. They're more square peg / round hole types...
I think we need to get a rally going for people who are posting up pictures here.
You got it! 15 mins from my house
I never loaded mine on the bike. It was just easier to walk across the street to the lifts (fifteen year Aspen/Snowmass Local)
Maybe so, but the coolness factor running up icy roads with a board strapped on must be accounted for, and its a little hard to find any dirt in Aspen/Snowmass in the winter. Half a day of Monarch powder, ride down the mountain change gear and head for the mountains on the east side of Salida which were snow free. Best of both worlds!
Nice. Yeah Not a lot of dirt in the winter. Gotta run down to Junction for that
More pics, less chit chat :ddog
I might have something better buried somewhere, but this one is recent...