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Discussion in 'Racing' started by neduro, Jul 15, 2011.
I love watching all the prep work unfold.
Nice work guys
Looking forward to the next post.
Thanks for bringing us along through the preparation process.
Go Ned GO!
Nice dual use of the helmet as a junk protector. Gotta protect our heads!
Go Ned Go!
I read the prep and the race report thread for the Double Barrel racing effort. Those t-shirts and hoodies were cool.
Read your training and riding tips. Watched the video a friend bought. Looking forward to the rest of this adventure.
If I were king, these carts would have WAY more power.
As it stands, the only fun thing to do is run into things "by mistake", Jeremy Clarkson style.
Doc gave me an airboot this morning and said if I'm nice to the foot, it should only be a couple weeks before I'm pretty much back to normal.
He was very impressed with the boots, that I didn't break toes or ankle.
Hey Ned, maybe you could hit up AARP for some sponsorship bucks?
watch the crutches on carpet my first go round with them 4 yrs ago I almost face planted 5 times rushing down the hall..
Love the DSR sticker
And 11.995" more suspension travel
Awesome news. much more then a couple weeks and i could see that cart ending up in your garage getting a road book and fairing mounted.
Shoot me a PM and I can fill you in.
Just for fun, this was the morning following the break - no pain and in good spirits.
IMO, Ned can use the downtime to get all of the stuff in order, paperwork-wise, sponsorship-wise etc. And, when he gets back on the bike, he'll have not only all that out of the way, but more importantly the hunger to ride that we all know a debilitating injury can bring back with a vengeance.
That's one serious van, aka "toy hauler." Is ther a business behind that rig, or is the business recreation? Either way, very nice.
hey Ned, what boots were you wearing?
It's mine- 20+mpg, and I can get 6 bikes inside or 3 and still have lots of room for sleeping. Definitely pays for itself in lack of fuel and hotel bills.
Sidi Crossfires, and I'm darn glad I was. To have the full weight of the bike bear down on my foot when it's at an angle, and suffer no damage to ankles or toes, is pretty impressive to me.