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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by RAZR, Sep 10, 2012.
Thanks for the info.
anybody have a pic of that what harley davidson dirt bike thing? i didnt get a picture of it and id like to show some of my east coast friends how you crazy desert people roll.
he was going too slow. couldn't get a pic as i was whizzing by.
I have a couple of pictures of Harleys. When I get home tonight or tomorrow, I'll post them if I can figure out how.
Actually, it says I can't post attachments. Anyone know why?
AJ, send me your email address and I'll email them to you.
Here ya go, pics were taken at Jawbone.
Rider # 237 no doubt.
In Apple Valley this past weekend at the car sale place in the KMart parking lot at Bear Valley and Kiowa were four two stoke Harleys. Some were sad, some not so much. Can't remember the prices (4 for $2400?) but if someone is interested they may be back there this weekend.
rider 237! awesome pics, thank you!
No, thank you sir! I didn't realize that there was another thread running for RR's but ..oh well.
Here's the Texas version....
We were rather clueless as to what to expect out there so we just bit the bullet and went! Hope to see y'all next year, incredible adventure!!!
Rman, read your write up at the link you posted. Most excellent. You also got me in 2 photos refueling my WR along with my buddy in Ridgecrest.
The District 37 Dual Sport Newsletter is now posted on the District 37 message board. I just finished writing it.
It is the Jan/Feb big LA-B-to-V review, and is 20 pages long. Lots of photos, stories, comments, and quotes from you all.
Read it here:
Super job on the newsletter! I loved reading about other rider's experiences and perspectives on the event. Looking forward to next year!
LOL!!!! I won the hard luck award and didn't even know
Thanks for the compliment, byh.
See, Steve, you gotta attend the awards ceremony!
Once again Ed Crowell at 83 was the oldest finisher. Probably on his Matchless Twin with 4 inches of travel and 400 something pounds.
I would have but my bike wouldn't run and I thought I had a couple broken ribs and a broken collar bone. I didn't get to urgent care until 4:30 on Saturday. It was an adventure. I will be there next year I have to finish what I started.
Okay, Steve, that's a good excuse.
Hope you're feeling much better by now, although if you did break your collarbone, that will take some time to heal.
See ya next year!
Got lucky didn't break anything. Just beat up feeling better now. .
i totally forgot about the awards ceremony... guess i was too tired after my bubble bath and beer to get dressed...
Well, DirtRider, you missed out on the free goody bags we gave all the riders who attended, tons of prizes for all the riders who had their rider number called, and raffle prizes that were high-end items.
Oh well, there's always next year. Maybe you'll be in better shape and you'll last through the evening.
^^^^shes really not kidding... TONS of prizes for everyone.
The newsletter is awesome. My favorite is the CT-90 story. absolutely awesome.