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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Geek, Sep 30, 2009.
Is Jeanne going to be selling what you get her next week
she'd be out of her mind if she did
thanks yo, de-nice
Thought maybe it ran in the family
You guys have a cerveza for me!
Was there Mate but at the moment I,m a little further south .
but that was on a trip they took a few weeks ago, Dave's down there again (or back now?) with another FC riding buddy.
What kind of range does that 450 have Leigh? Wanna do a small bike trip down there?
I missed three different trips down there this year because of work....
is it almost the first day of Fall there?
:huh Further south than San Felipe? Alpacas in Costa Rica? :eek1
Try Lima Mate "
Llamas in Lima, not alpacas No wonder you're not answering my texts .
I'm not sure what the range would be- it has a 4 gallon Acerbis tank, but it's a high strung 450 & not a KLX250 or even a KLR650. I would guess that it might get 35 mpg if I took it easy, so that's like 140 miles? i dunno- need to to do a street mileage test.
Baja? Hmmmm, I'll have to think about that!
That's what skis are for! Where the heck is the big storm is the question...
Amen on the lower fire danger. We got a reprieve on riding this week. I commuted 3 days, better than naught.
Are you working or playing down there?
If the 450 is a KTM, then you get maybe 150 miles, maybe 130ish on hard single track. The KTM's (a 450, two 525's and a 690) were limited to less than 150 miles or less. The DRZ Valdez 400 was sitting on a half tank, 4.3 gallons in Baja when were adding fuel. Seems the mains on the carberated KTM's were a bit big at sea level.
Need 200 + mile range in the Baja.
Probably close to the Kawasaki KLX450R-
From 2 days ago near West Yellowstone, MT. My first time skipping water on a sled. Pretty damn fun. I do not know how deep the river is. Helmet cam is by a MN friend.
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Did you doubt it would make it? I'd be nervous...
Maybe it's a good thing you didn't know how deep it is...
definitely a good thing he still doesn't know
Wife and I are trying to plan week or so of back county scenic roads and camp sites in CO on our way to the west coast. We will be riding a F650gs single and F659GS twin and don't want it too rough when we are fully loaded. Thought you locals should have the best info, can return the favour if your coming to NW Arkansas or SW Missouri. Thanks