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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by UpST8, Jan 5, 2013.
Guess we gotta wait till next weekend for the next installment, eh?
There may be something Tuesday afternoon, please stand by...
Hey ya Jax ...yeah the thing my balls made kept growing and growing...she is now sleeping in the next room, all healthy 8lbs of her
Nicky!! Honored to have ya on-board...any gravel riding tips for moe.ron?
Hey there Sherrie We will have to do some riding in DV this Ralley
Shoot, if I knew you were coming I would've taken better pics
That's affirmative good buddy..it's live, as it happens or within 48-72 hours of happening
When's the ToFu party? I wanna see moe.ron put on the feed bag!
The only thing I can suggest to Brian: Don't Fall Down!!!!!
Now that there is what we call Inevitable
If you are going to crash, try to crash slow...
Rule #1 for crashing:
Don't try to save the bike.
The bike is an evil bitch that deserves to fall in the mud. Let it get what it deserves. Do not insert parts of your body between the ground and the bike.
In fact, practice now. Go knock the bike over in the driveway and give us your best Captain Morgan pose. We'll wait here for the pic.
Would you settle for the grass?
Rule 2 - when you crash, let go of the throttle...
Rule 3 - kill the engine.
I've done some horizontal donuts before.
Before going any further get yourself a set of MX boots.
Beside the helmet it is most likely the best investment you can make since you new to the dirt putting a foot down or falling is going to happen.
MX boots will save your leg and ankle.
Hiking, street and dual sport are just not the same.
Spend the coin, if you ever need it you will be glad you did.
Just my .02
Allright, but the pose had better be spectacular!
Naked or banana hammock like the Southern Comfort guy?
Cover up. ATGATT...........:eek1
Sorry, I crash better than I pose. It was easy as hell to pick up, I was not injured though. Wife was a little pissy about crashing a bike on the new grass, injuries may still be forthcoming...
See? It's natural state. Never interfere.....
Good stuff Garrett! Thanks!
hmmmmm...boots, Whatta ya know bout booots there moe.
More good advice. Funny how we outfit the bike to take a direct J-DAM hit, but don't get or wear the gear for any number of reasons...then that inevitable crash happens...
"How's the bike?"
"Bike is fine"
"When are you going riding again?"
"Doctors say 6-12 months" :eek1
Thanks a bunch for the input fellas It' exactly what I hoped this thread would turn into, solid sage advice coupled with silliness
Weekend can't get here fast enough.