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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by NSFW, Mar 5, 2008.
trials helmet in the background too.........he cleaned the carpet
I think the oil spot I left is just out of camera view
Garmin 276/376 Tech Day
I will buy 6 - 8 internal memory batteries and you all bring your gps. We will have one of our own to solder the fresh battery to the circuit board.
Please post up if you are interested.
Sure.... I'm in
You kids want to borrow the arc welder?
if it's 110v, we may be able to use it. i'll practice on noel and keith's first before i do mine.
so, anyone else riding to big bear this weekend?
Prepping for big bear. Think i might ride and actually camp off the bike this time. Stil waiting to hear from my buddy and what he wants to do.
in for a day ride. I have some reservations about the green valley crossing though
You'll be fine.
Crossing will not be an issue. last time people when around the side and didn't get wet!
long live the adv spirit...good job sean.....
let's see how long before sito gets bored sleeping by himself in the mansion and eventually get back to camping.
haha.......going over the big boulders and when i crash, i still will fall in the water.....
2nd Gear, wide open,... You'll be fine!
P.S. I think that side is the deeper side.
true, 2nd gear and WOT is the correct answer....
unless you're riding a 690E
Started a KotW recon ride on Wednesday from Bishop over the White Mountains and way beyond to central and Northern Nevada, but got shut out above 9500 ft with snow still too deep to make it to the Eastern side. Back to Bishop, loaded up the bikes and drove to Tonopah. Rode from there to Eureka all back country about 190 miles. Pretty clear to Eureka. From Eureka to Winnemucca is impassable due to snow in elevations above 7500 ft and high water and mud in the valleys. Forecast for the next two weeks is more snow in elevations above 8000 and heavy rain in the valleys with a flood watch on north and south of Winnemucca.
Here's what we were running from Yesterday and some other pics from the trip. We got rained on Friday at about 6000 ft with snow most likely falling about 7500.
Somewhere in the White Mountains.
Somwhere in Central Nevada.
Wild horses giving us the eye.
I rode this for about 6 miles just after submarining my bike in water up to my tank.
Soon after this the track completely disappeared and I rode cc for about 10 miles.
Yes, this is the track, why do you ask?
So is this.........................
More snow and this went for as far as we could see down the valley stopping our forward motion................
Looks bitching Rob.
kotw secret greeting.....:huh
awesome pics rob, the weather was not too bad this weekend compared to what you guys went through. i hope jim gets the credit he deserves, he has been the other steve of apple computer.
looks very nice ride thanks for the info
last weekend sucks. these clouds wasn't really a threat last saturday; though it made me want to stay home.
Some knarly shit, rob!