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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by brcisna, Apr 25, 2011.
There is a MSTA group riding out to Leland.
Too damn far fer me.
Put up pitchers dammit!
I should be in leland around 11ish. Black R100r with ugly faring and adv stickerz
HUGE crowd!! Good Brats....didn't hang around Leland long, too nice to sit and gawk when there are.........so many roads....so little time.
Chuck, nice to see you from across the street:eek1
Tom, nice to chat w/ you again
Didn't spend much time in Leland, there was grass needin' mowin' and beef needin' cookin'. Nice meeting new folks and renewing acquaintances. Only bad part of the day was the buttwipe waiting at a stop sign on PF. You watched me for minutes and then decided to pull out in front of me when I was less than 100' away? WTF? Sure, then ride on the fog line and wave me by. :huh
It was a good day, other than creeping zora out. Not that kind of a lurker....
I was just intent on meeting other DR650 riders. Had an excellent ride from Cross Plains to Leland following Go Irish75 and Reveille ... the longest and most enjoyable ride to Leland ever.
I enjoyed the sights, sounds and smells. Nice scenic back roads too.
Stopped by Leland about 11:00 before the crowd rolled in. Highest attendance I have ever seen there. Found a good parking spot in the front row for a easy exit. Saw a handful of of cool bikes and a ton of average bikes. 2HE
That had to have been the highest attendance ever.
This was my 1st Slimy Crud Run, and I could not believe how many bikes were in Leland! I had some issues with the ride itself, being separated from my group, but it was worth it in the end to see some really cool bikes! Yes, many were very common (mine included), but I saw some really cool Ducatis, BMWs, Triumphs and even a few cool (dare I say) Harleys. Of course the really cool Harleys were the vintage ones, especially the one done up as a WWII bike, complete with a rifle scabbard attached to the fork. Their were others as well. The totally naked, and flat black v-max was insane.
Wait a minute... Thats not a R1100S! SS Get a new (old) Ride?
I don't know who this SS is that you speak of...
Paper, were you on your scooter? I think you rode by my home in Rock County bout 830 am or so I was in the driveway getting ready to crud
Yep, that was me waving at you!! I'm also doing a Grand Tour that is all towns that start with Z or end in A, and I had just grabbed Magnolia and was on my way to Attica..
Not this shit again.
My Brother was there on his blue Panhead, he said it was huge.
I am sorry to say that my friend "Awful" Al crashed at the Crud Run. It seems he rear ended a Hot rod in Sun Prarie. Another ADV rider came close to hitting him, and apparently rode right under Al as he was flying through the air. He has a broken leg, and was charged with DUI. It all sucks.
This is an absolutely terrible picture of my Tiger 800XC. It's like you never even tried to get it in the frame.
Rotarys are cool. This was my first SCR but won't be my last. It's just too much fun seeing this many bikes, many of which I'd only read about, in person.
That bike would look really kewl with a Tiger 800XC zombie survival sticker on it, I expect.
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I clicked on this thread becase I saw klasjm was the most recent poster, and I knew there would be some good pictures.
Great job , as always , Jim.