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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Chad_NC, Aug 6, 2006.
My deal shows 20% chance late Sunday,better chance moving in on Monday.Sure ya can't do Sunday??
Looks like me, EDK, and TW are riding tomorrow. You should organize your crew and y'all come out for a saturday ride. We'll probably get lost without a guide.
Well,let me call the crew and see .
Done deal,the regular crew could'nt resist riding with the 2 dudes on those cool Husabergs and the funny old man on the lime colored bike.
Sweet! I predict an awesome day tomorrow!
I think the real deal is that none of the boys down here want to be absent when a fuel pump goes south on one of those Berg things.
We're carb people down here in the "old" south.Good thing I'm running the headlight on the 3Hunney,I gotta go out tonight and get a couple of heat cycles on her.She got a new piston today.
Rode the HP2 the back way to Charlotte today to visit with BC61 at the fab. shop. The bike looks well thought out and nicely executed. Looks like it can take the punishment of the upcoming race ... Conger's got a steely glint in his eye as well.
Great to see you Bill! Man, it's really coming together and the hard work is evident!
Sweetfeed, you looked good rocking the GS through the twisties!
Sat. at the Outback is iffy for me .... Small Business Saturday at the Saddlery shop.
Gonna be tough to buy a carb'd bike before too long. Hell, everything else is fuel injected, I bet even your tractor is. It's sad when something as ubiquitous as that is considered "hi tech" in the dirt bike world.
I hope we don't give you any entertainment tomorrow all the same, though.
We're hoarding carbs down here for when "that day" comes.
Mike ,hate ya can't make it.Glad you got up to BC61's though.Man,the stuff that has to be going through his mind! I would never get to sleep.
Fun time as usual. I like the HS route pretty much
Thanks TW for not running over me and "smokey" when he decided to play dead in the leaves.
Yeah, good ride! I enjoyed it. Thanks to the regular crew for mixing it up and doing a Saturday ride. Now I have all day tomorrow to wash my bike instead of having to be at work.
Oh yeah,another great day for sure!I think MrsTB and are gonna ride tomorrow.
Tonight,I pretended that I had won today's "ride',and the Awards presentation was at Burger King in town,and 1st place trophy was a Sundae with caramel and M&M's on top.Now all I want to do is go to sleep.
No problem EDK. Ran the HS track after you left while ncTB took the gang out for another twisty session. I got it memorized now, and talked to Mike. He said to come on down anytime during the week and run it.
That little green bike sounds great. Could hear you on it anytime you were near me.
Thanks to the A52 crew for letting me renew my VIU and A52 cards. Great time today. Good to see Heavy Sweep rounding up the riders again.
Hey, ncTB, I think we all like the hare scramble course - why not suggest to Mike that he arrow it just like Mid-East had it laid out, and make that the "official" layout, at least for the trails that it uses. Then change it up every year - so in Feb, it would change again for another year. Probably just need some 4-way warning signs for where it crosses other trails.
Just a thought. I liked it, too.
That way, you'd get a whole new ~8-12 mile trail every year or so. And it would take minimal maintenance to replace the arrows every so often to keep them fresh.
I think that's what NCMP did this past year with the last VXCHS race they had up there, they just keep the arrows fresh and the HS track is now the preferred flow.
Problem is,the 2011 course goes against the flow of the perimeter trail.Maybe we can see how the 12 course gets done.
How come yall are just now speaking up for the HS loop?We do it almost every Sunday.I usually do it ,then link a bunch of odd stuff together.
I think yall are just now figuring out the place.
Lurch and I were talking of ribboning off some intersections.We'll see.
I've only ridden with you all twice since the race, including today. I just think the hare scramble course flows better than some of the usual routes. My opine only, which is probably not worth the paper it's printed on. Oh wait ...
Don't forget the Ob-stac-kills! We need some log stacks and 1/2 burried tractor tires maybe even a greased up wooden bridge or teeter totter...or somethin. We need to put in some hero sections Of course, I'll be the first to perform a dynamic get-off / faceplant I'm sure. This kid's skills (what little I had) are rusty! Boss thinks I should train over here on an haji bike. Those bikes are designed for "doods" who ride in sandals, pajamas and weigh a buck-o-five soakin wet. However, it might be just what I need to hone my bike ninja skillz...