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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Cuttle, May 28, 2011.
what, you like downpours more than riding with me???
No way! It was an incomplete list.
I like you better than:
- wet socks
- gloves with holes
- air filters caked with dust
- water in fuel
I mean...... I could go on but I don't want you to get a big head or anything.
After 2 days of awesome riding Thursday and Saturday, I got a little bored Sunday afternoon so I fired up Photoshop............
The Hills are Alive With The Sound of Four Strokes.
you guys have no idea what I was thinking about...
(and for the record, I've never seen the sound of music)
Guys never have any idea what women are thinking about.
Doh a deer a female deer.......
I'll perform the entire movie for you at Notta. Solo.
I'll need to borrow your nun outfit please.
why I am not surprised that you have seen it?
and I will take you up on the offer... no backing out now
Mother-in-law knew Julie Andrews when they were both performing in London's West End.
Hooray. Let's talk about dance.
Hey Cuttle great thread! I just got myself a WR450 and I want to experience the kinds of locales you've been photographing. I have to get it plated first, but in the meantime I was wondering what kind of riding gear you would recommend. I've got street gear, but I don't think my SIDI racing boots will hold up to water crossings! Are waterproof boots necessary to explore the dirty nether regions of WNC? And do you suggest armor under a jersey or a mesh jacket with protection?
that day I would have preferred to be topless - way to hot for the slow speeds I am riding on the single track.
I ride with the mesh armor because I crash (and apparently I bounce). So for me it's armor and vented pants. Armor under a jersey is a good option too. Don't ride with street boots - they are too slick, especially if you are vertically challenged like me. Waterproof is fine (especially in the winter) but if the water crossings are deep, you end up standing in a pool.
I hope all is well up your way, Cuttle.