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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by Deadly99, Sep 26, 2012.
It should be easy enough to fit a snorkle but I am not sure you can get Knobbies in that size.
(Okay. its not a Piaggio. But still.)
I looked for knobbies, semi knobbie or slightly off road.. nothing found I believe they are 12in... If you fid them easily they are probably not 12in's
very cool,,, i want one
I can think of a corner or two on the gravel roads that one of these might have been a better option last year
First couple of hours from day one.
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Some of that ride looks very familiar.
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Is it June yet?
Well this is what Ontario looks like right now:
We don't often get to ride in January, in Ontario, so when I finished putting my DR back together today, I took it for a very short ride as the cold weather was moving back in, after a day of +10C temperature made almost all the snow leave. (You might want to click the "Annotations" bubble to see what was going through my mind as I was riding.)
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And now Winter's back.
Today is the cutoff. Only a few folks who have signed up but not sent in their "registration"...
Looks like a great crowd of folks this year, promises to be a fun weekend of riding and socializing
In the next week or two an email will go out to everyone who registered containing
Camping logistics, etc
Cya in June
I cant wait. Watching those recent videos really gave me a sense of how important it will be to rely on your GPS. You can see that if you can't figure out which direction you are supposed to be going, you can quickly get very lost. I for one will be doing some practice navigation as soon as the weather allows.
There are a few spots where not following the track will get you into trouble. Lots of trails....some very unsuitable for a loaded dualsport bike....
Some times the track brings to the fun stuff, other times it avoids some undoable trails
Zooming in is key in a few spots
Attention Rider23 and Tarzan30 or so.... I think this man is not just talking to himself......
having a gps and using it are required......... I guess:huh
Just don't go down the hill behind the tin shack!! :eek1
ah but this year we will be coming from the other direction to the shack....... and the shack will be a new conversation for others, not us right scott!
remember that hill behind the shack? its in front of the shack too! should be a good photo moment.. I don't think you got the chance to see that part.
Shack? I ain't afraid of no shack
You mean that thing that sits on my handlebars is not just for telling time?
I can only assume that I'll have more that a 3 foot run at it and it won't be covered with moss and leaves. We could always take a tour group on a little side expedition back to that camping spot.
It's not the shack itself you have to worry about,,,,,, just what lies behind it.
you mean that tells time as well?:huh