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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by the darth peach, Sep 17, 2008.
Is this my buddy from the KTM school @ Laguna?
For the 5 percent of the time we're (this bike and myself is) in the dirt?
I know how you feel, I'm pretty sure I have that same rear tire (though with a *bit* less in the way of tread), and they are really quite exciting when you encounter mud on top of fresh pavement.:eek1
Though in light dirt, they really aren't ALL that bad, I mean I don't have to buy new underpants EVERY time I see dirt/gravel.
I couldn't have said it better myself.
Just like supermoto.
Jeez, I haven't been back since you killed the thread a couple years ago. I see you're still on your trusty steed and styling in black leather.
You really should consider mounting tires with a broader range of performance benefits. I only ride about 20% dirt and I use DOT knobs all the time. They work for me because the dirt part is important to my enjoyment, and they don't give up any noticeable performance on the tar.
You need 17's and Pirelli makes a sweet Corsa for you. They perform well on the tar and are expensive, but you use expensive tires anyways. They track better in groomed dirt roads. Much better. Good on wet tar too. I used them on a Supermoto. Just sayin' when you change rubber next, get someting with a broader range of performance.
Not sure of the speed ratings with this tire, but it is a great street tire with it's soft construction. It has tread blocks to help in dirt. Lasts maybe 4-5k miles.
Ok. Let's kill the tire talk before it turns in to a debate.
I'm quite pleased with the tires I'm running now.
I put up pictures, I try to tell a weak little story.....
Just sit back and enjoy the show.
You Stories aren't weak.. Not even close... Keep doing what Your doing... Hugs Rev
Darth Peach - Really enjoy your trip narrations and your attitude!
Maybe Triumph should give you a 2012 Triumph Explorer. I think I like it.
Aaaah ok, nevermind
I sure do enjoy your pictures and the stories you tell about your adventures.
I stopped in Bodie a few days ago and wondered where that road went. Now I know..... Sort of.
I like this shot. That made the ride up the road worth it, didn't it?
Glamour shots are good.
Critters, if there aren't any flowers around critters are always good. I like your thoughts about the deer wouldn't be there happily drinking if there was a courgar around. I'll remember that next time I starting thinking about what might be lurking about.
You stopped where all those signs said "no parking" ----- Geez how do they expect a girl to get a good photo of the entire town if she doesn't park there. Good job.
Thanks for taking the time to share you adventures with the rest of us. I always enjoy seeing the world though your camera lens.
I didn't see any signs
Sorry to have missed you!
Thanks for your nice comments as always!
Have a safe trip home!!!
Admit it...you sprayed that rose with water to get the pic you wanted, you didn't find it that way!!
I do that all the time....
dew on the lily
Sounds good to me.