Superbug turned Truck Tramp & Moab Failed

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  1. Ladybug0048

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    This is one ride report I was thinking of not doing but since I’m always asking others to share their rides even the ones that don’t go so smoothly I figured fair is fair and I should do the same. With this Day Trippin’ forum available I don’t have to feel bad about cluttering up the Ride Report forum with my non-epic ride. :D <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    It started with my friend Oldtimer from TX asking if I had time off in Sept. and if he brought his KLX250 up would I have a dirt route we could do. Oh Yeah! Do I ever, there’s an Idaho route I have wanted to do and this would be perfect. :wings After a few days of emails back and forth we decided a 2000+ drive for him to get to WA with no guarantees with the weather it might not be the best plan. SIGH! :(: I was disappointed but at the same time I knew he was right as the mountains in Idaho this time of year can get mighty cold and that is a long drive. <o:p></o:p>
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    Oldtimer then came up with a compromise - - - :clap “Why don’t we meet in Moab, it’s about ½ way for both of us and the weather is warmer?” I was still disappointed about the ID thing being cancelled, as I really wanted to do the mountain thing rather than the desert thing but what the heck I have wanted to ride Moab, so why not? I thought about it for a bit and decided this was a good compromise and I told Oldtimer I was in. :thumb <o:p></o:p>
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    I already had plans to attend a Vintage Trials competition and I didn’t want to miss it so we planned our meeting day to accommodate me leave after the competition. I like seeing vintage bikes and enjoy watching trials riding and this was something I was looking forward to. :ricky <o:p></o:p>
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    With my ’07 Suzuki DR200SE, the Superbug:pynd , loaded in the pickup I stopped in Rockford, WA to meet a few other ADVriders for breakfast before going to the competition. I was lacking in my ADV manners and forgot to get pictures of breakfast. :shog <o:p></o:p>
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    Next stop Fairfield, WA at the Rattlers Run Farms for the Trials Competition.<o:p></o:p>
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    Lamotovita, one of our local ADVriders, would be participating in the competition on his vintage Bultaco, wearing his vintage riding gear that still fits him. (That last part really annoys me since my old riding clothes would start screaming if I tried to wear them – yes, I’m jealous. :fitz )<o:p></o:p>
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    I like the biker gang – They are wearing matching shirts so they must be a gang. :lol3 <o:p></o:p>
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    My buddy, PNW Buttercup, found a bike she likes. Ah heck she found more than one bike she liked and so did I. :nod <o:p></o:p>
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    Lamotovita taking on one of the sections and he did well. It’s difficult to see what they were doing here in still photos but the hill was steep and covered with slick, dry grass and they were doing very tight turns on the hill at the slow trials speed. Impressive. :thumb <o:p></o:p>
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    Kootenai Rider was recruited to help out with scoring on this section and he was watching intensely to make sure this guy didn’t put a foot down and he didn't. Mean while I was checking out this bike because I like it. It’s an AJS and a very nice bike. It’s a brand I was not familiar with and it really caught my eye.<o:p></o:p>
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    The rider didn’t do too badly; he was an excellent rider and even gave me a smile when asked. :evil <o:p></o:p>
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    There were a lot more bikes and riders but it’s time to move on. I headed out; it was time to make my way to Utah. :deal <o:p></o:p>
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    Ever feel like you have a backseat driver looking over your shoulder? This is what I saw every time I looked in my rearview mirror. I don’t think the Superbug:pynd liked riding in the back of the pickup.<o:p></o:p>
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  2. GB

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    Sounds like a fun time! :thumb
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  3. PNW Buttercup

    PNW Buttercup Dancing with dirt roads..

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    I think the superbug threw a temper tantrum on you for throwing it in the truck.... that picture of your rear view looks like it's sticking it's tongue out:fitz

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  4. Ladybug0048

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    PNW Buttercup, I think you are correct - the Superbug:pynd did throw a tantrum. That'll teach me.
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  5. Ladybug0048

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    During an overnight stop in Dillon, MT and I found this Hotel. At night it looked like a spook house ready for Halloween. :eek1 During the daylight I looked through the windows and saw a beautiful dark wood staircase and reception desk. The hotel part is closed, I think, but at night the bar is still open. It seems like bars are always a priority in so many small towns. The Hotel was fun to check out and I wish I could have gone in.<o:p></o:p>
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    I made it to Utah and not far from Moab I stopped at a rest area and checked out the view. I like seeing plants that aren't common in the Pacific Northwest so I had to check this plant out.<o:p></o:p>
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    As I was waiting for Oldtimer at the McDonald’s in Moab I spotted these bikes across the street at the brewery. Anyone know these bikes?
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    An orange one joined them after this pic was taken. I walked over and looked at the bikes and I didn’t spot any ADV stickers but they were proudly wearing Giant_Loops I was thinking about going in to the brewery to see what I could find since the riders must have good taste but Oldtimer showed up. :dunno :D <o:p></o:p>
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    We headed out to the Archview_Resort to check in. They have neat little cabins with air conditioning, which was welcome since it was hot there compared to Spokane. As far as Oldtimer was concerned it was nice since it was a dry heat rather than the humid heat he has in Longview, TX.<o:p></o:p>
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    We unloaded the trucks and got things unpacked in anticipation of riding for the next four days. I was really looking forward to riding this area, this was going to be so much fun. :ricky <o:p></o:p>
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    As we were getting ready to lube our chains I pulled my latest acquisition out of my tool tube to impress Oldtimer with and it did. :clap This nifty bike crutch is the best, it makes lubing the chain so much easier. The tire is up off the ground even though it doesn’t look like it in the picture. The crutch is adjustable so if need be the tire can be lifted higher. <o:p></o:p>
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    A HUGE thank you to Walla Walla Bob and Fatherof4 they sent it to me by special delivery after the Hells_Canyon/Wallowa_Valley_Gathering as a thank you for hosting the event. Those two guys are terrific. :thumb <o:p></o:p>
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    More to come but in the meantime if you would like to see some of the Hells Canyon Gathering Pics they start here - - -> Linky (do you like the way I’m trying to distract you and string out this report? :evil)
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  6. DAKEZ

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  7. el guapo nada

    el guapo nada Been here awhile

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  8. Ladybug0048

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    My 74 year old riding partner has more energy than anyone should be allowed. He got up and went for an early morning warm up ride before we went motorcycling. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    This is better, the gear and the bike are the types I can relate too.:D <o:p></o:p>
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    And off we go. I liked this road it looks easy peasy doesn't it? It looks like tons of fun too. :nod <o:p></o:p>
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    Not long after that as I was happily riding along when I see the road split ahead and Oldtimer wasn’t in view, one split went down a hill. I slowed down a bit, not that I was going all that fast, to determine which way Oldtimer went. Oh there he is, he took a right. About the time I realized where he was I also realized I was going into a downhill corner with deep silty sand. YIKES – plop, down I go. :lol3 Oldtimer helped me get the bike up and off we go again. There were no pictures so maybe it didn’t really happen. <o:p></o:p>
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    Then I spotted Oldtimer stopped ahead. Hmmmmmm I wonder why he stopped, I wasn’t lagging that far behind and this was easy stuff. :scratch <o:p></o:p>
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    Uh oh, he lost the screws in his throttle housing and it fell apart. Oldtimer walked back to see if he could find the housing and screws. He found the housing but not the screws. Oltimer put the throttle back together and secured it with a 10” bungie and we returned to camp for a better fix.<o:p></o:p>
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    On the way back to camp we had to go through the same sand I had fallen in earlier and I made it through fine this time. After the throttle was repaired we returned and again I got through the sand with no problem. Whaaahoo for me! :clap I should have taken a picture of that nasty corner but at the time I didn’t think about it because I was more worried about staying upright.
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    We made it beyond where the throttle fell apart and I thought it was going to be smooth sailing…… I was so wrong. We encountered more silty, deep, sand this time an uphill. I headed up first and was pretty pleased with myself when I made it to the top fine. I found what looked like a flat firm spot, stopped and put the kickstand down to wait for Oldtimer only to discover it wasn’t at all firm. The kickstand sunk in, the Superbug:pynd and I fell over. Plop, plop. Sheesh.<o:p></o:p>
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    He made it, of course, it was a piece of cake for him. :D
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    Oldtimer wouldn’t help me pick up the bike until I gave him my camera and let him take a picture. What the heck, I rarely post pictures of myself so this time I will. Heck falling over is what I do best so why not.:lol3 <o:p></o:p>
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    Since I screwed up, Oltimer decided I needed the practice and he sent me back down to try it again. Only problem was as I headed down I took the right side of the trail, which was the wrong side of the trail, and down I go again. :muutt The sand on this side was softer and deeper than the other side. I was wearing my helmet but Barry removed it so he could get to the camera, which was on a lanyard around my neck. Another photo op was taken he does ADV too well. :D <o:p></o:p>
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    I got back down the hill and started back up and thought I was doing OK until I lost control, again, :baldy and ended up down again but at least my crashes were getting more creative.<o:p></o:p>
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    Reading LittlelWan’s Ride_Report I learned to Make XYZ your favorite, in this case it would be Make Sand Your Favorite - - - and in Allan’s Ride_Report he said he used Make Rocks Your favorite and it worked for him so why didn’t Make Sand Your Favorite work for me? :dunno I think it must need to be coupled with a some riding skills. :lol3 <o:p></o:p>
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    It was hot out, Barry was now getting bored with the photo ops, and picking up my bike so he decided to show me how it’s done. :ricky <o:p></o:p>
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    He made it but got spotted riding the Superbug and without a helmet no less. :lol3 At least it wasn't anyone he knew.<o:p></o:p>
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    In short order we made it to where we were going and an ATV tour group was there. The tour leader asked me how I was enjoying the ride. I told him when I wasn’t falling down I was having a great time. :ricky <o:p></o:p>
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    And Oldtimer was waiting for me again. Dang I need to get in better shape before I go out playing with him again. <o:p></o:p>
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    King of the hill.:gdog <o:p></o:p>
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    Ahhhhh look who’s finally taking a break. :D <o:p></o:p>
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    Actually for anyone else this is an easy ride and wouldn’t take long at all. I’m not used to riding sand and managed to do just about everything wrong even though I know the correct way to ride sand. Knowing and doing seem to be two different things for me. Oldtimer was amazingly patient, which I appreciated. :bow <o:p></o:p>
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    On the way out we took a wrong fork in the road and ended up on a long section of deep, silty, sand but this time with whoops thrown in. I started out doing better then the whoops got me and down I go again. Once again Oldtimer helped me get the bike up and had me take the lead so he could spot me falling down quicker. I got to where the trail went down a hill and it was still deep sand so I stopped to check out what was a head. We could see trails that looked firm down below but we didn’t know where those trails went. We also knew we were on the wrong trail since we didn’t have whoops on the way in. I wanted to go down the hill to the firm trail because I didn’t want to ride the whoops again. Oldtimer reminded me that we didn’t know where those trails went and they might be worse and we might still have to turn around and come back the way we went in and if we did then we would have to climb the sandy hill. OK fine I would tackle the whoops again. At the end of the whoops I didn’t fall again and Oldtimer didn’t give me crap about duck walking.
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    I still found a few more spots to fall over though and Oldtimer had another chance to ride the Superbug:pynd . He kept telling me he didn't want anyone to see him riding my girlie bike.:lol3
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    At this intersection we looked at the guide and discussed if we wanted to take the other trail or return to camp. I was hot, pooped, and didn’t want to fall down again. If there wouldn’t be any deep, silty, sand I would have happily been up for more but I was afraid there would be more sand lurking ahead. Time to go back to camp. (I’m such a whimp)<o:p></o:p>
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    Stay tuned for the rest of the story . . .
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  9. Kodanja

    Kodanja Been here awhile

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    Whimp?....I don't think so . You aren't about to let that sand keep you down.... :thumb
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  10. Silent Bob

    Silent Bob Been here awhile

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    The Superbug, I think the bags hanging off the side caused the tip overs...:D
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  11. larryboy

    larryboy Chopper Rider

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    No shame in riding the Superbug:pynd without a helmet, all the cool kids are doing it. :ksteve
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  12. LittleWan

    LittleWan You can do it!

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    Aw. Sorry, Ladybug! :(:
    BigWan thinks snow is the devil, but I think it's sand. :mad?


    You sure are a good sport for trying, and a great sport for posting all those sand nap photos!
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  13. Signal

    Signal Cynical Idealist

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    Moab sand traps :becca
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  14. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    Nope and I found someone willing to help me learn the fine art of sand riding rather than sand falling. :lol3

    OregonCoast of Two_Noobs_racing and One_Noob,_a_vintage_Honda_Twin_and The Mexican 1000 volunteered and boy is he going to be surprised when I actually show up and say OK now teach me. :D He'll have his work cut out for him, I wonder just how patient he is. :scratch

    Dang, Silent Bob speaks :clap OK I take the excuse that it was the bags. They were empty but I'll count all that extra weight as the cause. :D I'm headed your way to learn how to play in the sand - I'll let you know when I'm coming. :thumb


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    That's about one of the crappiest pictures I've taken but I never get tired of it and it always makes me laugh. :lol3


    Hi LittleWan thanks for popping in. I agree with you sand is the devil but then again snow and ice are too. :muutt


    Ohhhhh you've been there. :D
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  15. WU7X

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    You should have brought me along...then you really would have watched someone's bike turn super-narcoleptic for you. I nauseate sand!:lol3
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  16. Ladybug0048

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    Hi Dale :wave Make sand your favorite. :lol3

    The nice thing about sand is it's a soft landing other than when I tried to climb the bank and go to the other side of the trail.:lol3

    We did have a lot of fun. Oldtimer was having so much fun laughing at me that he didn't get annoyed that I was slowing him down. :D

    Sliding through an ice mud mix could be entertaining.
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  17. Ladybug0048

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    We discovered a trail that runs right out of camp, follows the highway for a short way then accesses the other trails/roads. This was going to be a good day. :clap Until I let out the clutch on my bike and it wasn't working right. :confused It seemed to take more than normal the day before but I thought it was just because I was hot and tired. I asked Barry to please take it for a little test ride and check it. :ricky <o:p></o:p>
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    Instead we rode the a little more on the road we were on then accessed the paved highway to ride back to camp. I had enough clutch to get me back to camp but one small hill it did start to slip and I could tell it wasn’t going to last much longer. We went in to town in the pickup to see if there was any chance what so ever of getting it fixed but there was no way. The party was over. :cry <o:p></o:p>
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    Back at camp, we loaded the bikes, and packed up our gear to leave the next day. Bummer. That was a long drive for one days worth of riding or I should say one day of a lot of falling for me, but it could have been one heck of a lot worse. Remember my original plan was to ride the mountains of Idaho and we could have been on a mountain 50 miles from the nearest civilization when my clutch gave out and no pickup waiting in camp. <o:p></o:p>
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    There was some new wood on it and we speculated it was in the process of being restored. We walked to the office to let them know we would be head out the next day and asked them about the building. Imagine our surprise when we found out it was built in 1994 as part of a movie set for the movie Riders of the Purple Sage. It was moved to this location after the film was done. :lol3 <o:p></o:p>
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    When I dropped the Superbug off at Westside_Motorsports on my way into Spokane, Larry, the guy that has kept my bikes running for the last 20 years, reminded me that with all the rides I have done and all the places I’ve gone this is the first time I’ve had something like this happen. Hmmmmm he’s right I have had it pretty danged good. The Superbug:pynd is getting repaired, I will be out playing again soon and I’m going to learn to stay upright in sand. :nod
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  18. PNW Buttercup

    PNW Buttercup Dancing with dirt roads..

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    let's do it again!!!!!
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  19. Loud Al

    Loud Al .

    Joined:
    Aug 16, 2005
    Oddometer:
    3,930
    Location:
    Forest Grove, OR
    Nice report too bad about your clutch. Well on the bright side now you will have a new one :D
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  20. larryboy

    larryboy Chopper Rider

    Joined:
    Jan 9, 2005
    Oddometer:
    15,374
    Location:
    Returning likes on redemption road.
    Darn good thing you took the pickup this time. :deal


    Thanks for all the great pics!! :thumb
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