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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Charla, Jan 19, 2010.
oh, boy here we go, I was on the trip and I am already lost...
He never met a sturdy girl before?
He's gawping at her "cabeza gigante".
Chris, hope you all had a good time, how far south did you get? I here Scorpion Bay got real messed up from the hurricane.
If you did some fun stuff send me your tracks as I am headed down Feb 20.
Just as long as there are lots of pics accompanied by sarcasm we'll all be happy.
With that as a goal I think this thread has promise ....I'm gonna give it 5 stars in advance
Oh I'm sure there will be plenty of sarcasm, I don't think you will have to worry about that.
Ah yes, yet another way to avoid work.
Any ride report that includes putting bikes on trailers or in trucks and vans to start the trip totally sucks.
All right, where's Gadget Boy when you need him.
Well then.......get on with it already! :ddog
Ya know that peeps have been banned for posting stuff like that in someones ride report!
back to the intros...
Charla, on her tall and mighty KLX 250. She is fearless and the head mistress sturdy girl.
Bendejo, aka Ben, on his "bellena" KTM 640a. Always prepared with his well equipted moto-baby flight vest and pacifico mechanico extraordinare.
HomerJ, aka Jack, on his seen better days but reliable, KTM 950a. His is a master of storytelling and willing to accept any and all medical advice.
Hey! once we ran it over the paint shakers...err washboard, it was reliable
Ahhhh, more of that vicarious living. Please keep it coming. And thanks for taking the time to share with us desk bound losers.
Mommer, aka Jasen, also on a beauty of a 950a. Always smiling and also willing to accept medical reminders.
Mommer's Cousin, aka Kurt, on a new to him BMW 650gs. Kurt gets the award for biggest trooper. He is an experienced street rider who never hit dirt or sand until this trip.
And last but not least, the sweethearts of ADV.
Hayduke, aka Duke, on his beloved 950a. Duke struggled with which bike to take on this trip, he made the right choice for reasons that will be revealed later in this RR.
Bonnie Abbzug, aka Tami, on her cherished XT225. Bead seller and sturdy girl wrapped into one. Not an easy combo to come by these days.