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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by kaosrider, Sep 19, 2013.
Awesome video Kyle! I'm thinking there is some missing audio though.......
Kaosrider said he lost half of C Group. Just thinking that sand pit might be a good place to start looking.... :eek1
Remember Waybill wanted to originally name this event the Palatka Dakar
It was a great event. Great job CADS!!
Haha!! That's 'cause the C group and another group blended near the beginning of the ride and we didn't know who was who. But all's well that ends well!
Fantastic job putting this event together! I had a blast! Thanks again to everyone that made this happen.
Kind of reminds me of the old saying, "No battle plan ever survives first contact with the enemy." And besides, as a great man once said (might have been me) if you had wanted the Disney experience you should have gone to Orlando. You want spontaneity, adventure and lots of sand, come ride with CADS. We'll hook you up
Thanks to all the heavy-lifters who made the first Annual PB rally a success! We know who you are...Thanks!!!
I had a great time, and even though I didn't spend much time there I learned new stuff about sand riding.
I'll spend some more time on the trails and be ready for next year's rally!
on the blue & white F800GS
Had a blast this past weekend! Although the ULY's didnt make it far in the adventure group (about 30-40 ft in before realizing our delusional hopes of off-roading on street tires) still had a great time with the street group!
Quick question - how do these trails compare to the ones on the Trans Florida GS Rally?
In my opinion the Polar Bear Adventure and the last Trans Florida Dualsport Ride are about the same level. Mostly dirt roads connected by pavement, with an occasional hazard or two. There were alternate routes for those that wanted to be challenged. :eek1
The Polar Bear A, B, & C routes were designed for small bikes, although I saw one GS ridden by an excellent rider.
For the next Trans Florida only the route master Waybill knows what tricks and treats he has for us.
For what it's worth "jmal," you would very likely have finished the "Adventure" ride if we'd had the conditions Caleb and I experienced riding the route the previous Monday. There are always enough sandy spots to keep you on your toes, but conditions Saturday were a LOT more challenging than they could have been. I guess that's where the adventure part comes in.
Glad you came out and look forward to seeing you at this and other events in the years to come.
Thanks all who participated and helped out with the rally. A special thanks to those who came along on the adventure route. Alex helped me scout the ride and kept me strait on Saturday, and Scott had the hardest job on the sweep. I took a few pics along the way. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>
I also will not be receiving any good conduct awards as we lost several riders. From what I hear the first hour was pure carnage. The clay road out the back gate gave several riders problems, and Etoniah Creek was chopped up by the time we came through.
We would have missed the rain, but we missed the back gate being open by five minutes. Dodging deer at night in the rain added a new element to the adventure. <o></o>
Hope to see everyone again real soon
Sorry about my car alarm Sunday morning at 6.17 am
I'm sorry you didn't have anything more valuable in the car than those two empty beer bottles and the half eaten Quarter Pounder, which, btw, was a little stale, but tasty.
Another excellent event CADS!
The food, routes, & camaraderie was epic.
Thanks to all that had a hand in bringing the ADV community together for this. It's unreal the amount of planning and preparation that go into these events and I appreciate your hard work.
The "A" ride leader kept a great pace and the pack of riders kept a good flow.
Too bad Mr. Smooth had a chain go out on the 570. The best part of the ride was after lunch but good to know you made it back without issue.
It's a shame the GS challenge was cancelled because of the weather. I was going to try it out with my GS ktm.
The B.S. session at the Wanker cabin was an alcohol induced blur of good times.
Bill, the Sunday ride was awesome. Some more of you FFs should have checked it out.
I'll post some pics soon.
Here's a link to my gallery of photos! I believe you can copy them if you'd like. They're mostly in order too.
Another video to share with my friends!
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Kyle, thanks for sharing the pics and video's. We enjoyed riding with you. I was in awe of your handling of that big bike on the "small bike" ride.
See you at the next event.
Mike and Annette
LOL I was actually sleeping in it and didn't realize the keys were in my pocket so I was searching everywhere for them except my pockets!
to the guys who laid out the routes etc I look forward to next when hopefully I wont be sick and and can actually enjoy them! I did enjoy the rest, the nice weather and the company of the new people I met while we were there.
when is the coast to coast Fl ride again?
Mucho Fantasmagoric times.
Viva Moto Libre