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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
I could not see that coming. Nope, not a bit.
This place is made up of a lot of great fellow inmates. Too bad it's spoiled by the occasional self-righteous indignant idiot that just has to put in his two cents (even when it completely off point).
A few days ago, a fellow inmate makes a comment about me riding with the "wrong tires" in muddy conditions and my reply is somehow interpreted as me not respecting my buddies by not replacing an 80/20 tire with 60% tread left with knobbier tires. That's followed by some guy blaming his injuries on his motorcycle! Some of you guys are just too much!
Now back on topic....
Here's a recent ride on a barrier island off the coast of North Carolina along the Intracoastal Waterway at sunset.
Wrong tyres mate, not that I can see them or have a clue what Im taking about
Since you don't have a clue about tyres, could you recommend an oil then?
My son and I finding another great way to travel....
Extra virgin peanut, if you dont use it youre irresponsible and being very inconsiderate to your fellow riders
Would it be more considerate if I ride behind them so they don't have to smell my burnt nuts?
so that's what I was smelling!!
I may have something to post tomorrow at this time.
Stand up when off road.
It's even better in French, as Ti ti caca means little little poo.
I hate wet boots. Hate 'em.
Plus, it's fun to act goony occasionally. Although my wife doesn't think it's an act.
Probably the last picture of this year. It's now parked for the winter, but I've got a 690E for winter driving on a frozen lakes.
Good Looking bike!!! it's the same as mine...
Mudder, isn't too risky to have the brake circuit outside the forks?
In my case, with my luck... man, the first tree low branch or the first bush that crosses my way in the woods or in the patagonian desert... bye bye front brakes!
Many thanks to Crispy. Apologies for the scenery or lack of it.
Nope, you are mistaken. There is a Ulysses in that picture as well. Also a great bike, but somewhat more limited in the dirt side.
Have you ever tried or seen these? They have changed the way I look at a wet day of riding. You can wear them all day long and feel great.
Up on Wigwam Creek Rd (Cheesman Mountain area) surveying part of the Hayman Fire burn area. 10 years later and it still looks like a nuke went off here...
Cheesman Lake parking lot...
Does your brother have any left over KTM stickers?