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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
SE Oregon?? I need to quit riding the coast there. Nice pics!
Greetings from Nuristan, Afghanistan. My wife has just bought me a present! I now have three beautiful ladies waiting for my return in the Spring, and they sent me a very nice picture!
For the meantime I will surf this thread and live vicariously through pictures of all of your two wheeled adventures as I endure my year-long two legged adventure.
I can dream about my new bike sitting in my garage and plan next summer's rides with my wife!
Afghanistan would be an adventure biker's paradise if it were not for the unreasonable and annoying Anti-Coalition forces planting mines and shooting at us all the time. We can all hope for the future. "Afghan rally 2020!"
Man you have three very good reasons to get home. I wish you well and thanks for being there.
Keep your head down and powder dry. Come home safe. and thank you.
Be well and hope to read your ride reports soon.
i finally took mine to it's natural habitat
kebler pass, colorado.. aspens froze hard and early so most of the trees were just in winter mode up high.. you can see the line
You can park closer to the edge. Come on man! Nice pics Mommer.
have you heard anything on the results of the Moab closure?
didn't seem to be a big deal.. i guess just don't ask and play dumb?? the rangers are busy with the common tourist right now i think
A few from an attempt this Sept to ride the Nevada 400+ mile portion of the real Pony Express Trail. No RR yet... Trials and tribulations, a real Adventure ride.
Yes we rode through there :huh
Steeper than it looks, as usual...
Neduro ADVtank worked great!
Keep Your head down Brother. Congrats on the New Ride and the Beautiful Trio at home. Stay safe and thanks for doin what you Do.!
Did you happen to do a ride report? Where are your pictures taken exactly?? Did you see any elk? Did you take the Applegate trail to Alturas, or did you go over Donner Summit?
I love Nevada!
Thats the nicest looking 990 ADV in Reno even if I do say so myself.
Congrats on the new wheels. Get home safe and enjoy the new ride.
Being way too lazy to do a RR, here's a couple of pictures from the annual jaunt, this year to the Pyrenees, and followed (pretty much) road books from : http://pagesperso-orange.fr/vibraction/index.htm numbers 1 and 3.
Trying for that "alone and AdvRider-y" look:
Just having fun:
I can throughly recommend the road books - we did about 300 - 400 miles of off road which we'd never have found ourselves.
Looks great Cyborg! Just wanted to get a quick update. Are you still running your tubeless set-up on this bike successfully? If so, I'm going to go down your path soon.