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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by Canuman, Dec 21, 2012.
Nice vid Anton.
Lots of power, light weight bike and expert rider.
I'm zero for three.
First Fall preride Saturday. Two Russians, a Polack and three Dizzers. What could possibly go wrong?
While you guys will be lifting three domino stacked Dizzers off the bitumen at Tim's Horton's from your hasty parking scramble over one another to score the goods, I'll instead be lifting furniture and such… mooooving time for a friend.
Shouldn't that be DRizzers...?
I can recommend a half-decent massage therapist, should you need one. Where's the damn Samoan?
Great videos Anton The 300 EXC is an easy bike to ride fast. I love a 2 stroke in the woods. Adam Riemann is an incredible rider.
Tim, I wish I could join you guys this weekend, but the wrist is still FUBAR.
What time are you upping the kickstands (I assume from the Palace of the Peoples)? I might be able to make it on the Katoom.
Being as Anton's coming, perhaps later rather than sooner.
Ha! That gives me a better chance, but still not a good one. Over the course of the Roaming Rally, the rocker cover oil weep I had fixed went and unfixed itself. I've got to source some better sealant (Hondabond HT is supposedly the cat's meow) and then pull the Austrian apart again. Have yet to look into the non-op status of the Spaniard and my Geisha-a-go-go. . .
Oh, and I also have a backlog of work with deadlines that somehow have become much closer to the present day while I was away.
I'll keep you posted if I can make it.
You're killin' me!
Probably will be up at Deer Mountain State Park, NH mapping new terrain this weekend.
It's here, with info: http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/Deer_Mountain/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NH&parkId=270016&topTabIndex=CampingSpot
Located in Connecticut Lakes State Forest, adjacent to the Connecticut River between Second and Third Connecticut lakes, Deer Mountain Campground is just five minutes south of the Canadian border and 13 miles from Lake Francis. It is adjacent to the stretch of Route 3 north of Pittsburg, referred to as Moose Alley, which makes it a prime location for moose viewing. The 25-site primitive campground with 24 sites available by reservation and one for first-come/first-served campers. Each site has a fireplace, picnic table, flat area for a tent, and a parking space.
Deer Mountain Campground provides a great base for organized youth groups that want to explore the north country. Reservations for youth group camping are required and be made by calling 603-271-3556 ext 402.
Plenty of Russians coming along. Piet, yesh, gavoreet, koureet, OK?
Shit I'm out. Couldn't find the good goop for fixing the KTM locally so I'm waiting on the mailman. I rode it all the way back from Canada last weekend with it leaking like a waterfall, don't think I trust it to make it to the border and back again before fixing it.
Next time 'round, hopefully my problem will be deciding which bike to ride!
It's going to be busy up that way, the "Blessing of The Bikes" is in Colebrook this weekend . Look both ways when crossing pavement, so that you don't get run over by a Frenchman on a Harley!
We ain't going that way. Three will be a festival up by the Blessing. We're cutting around the back way on dirt, No FHXJQNZ needed. Thumpers only.
Eligible two-cylinders also welcome.
Bastige. You need a KDX, and I'm not selling mine.
Shit I have a KDX. But I blew the bottom end bearing up on that one!
They gotta run to count.
In that case, I only have one bike (That leaks). And lots of garage ornaments!!!!
It's OK. You have a tight haircut and some wicked mutton chops. One bike, however leaky will getcha through.
You gonna do the Magalloway road and climb the fire tower? I used to deer hunt all over that area. Also, Lake Francis state park as you probably already know would be an awesome base camp with full services.
Attempting to put through a legal route for the fall. If I can hook Cedar Stream up to the Magalloway/Aziscohos/Parmacheenee roads I'd be well pleased. Many gates to cross.