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Discussion in 'Racing' started by neduro, Jul 15, 2011.
Great shots, piercalif, thanks for sharing them
You lucky bum
I believe it was that and the increased cargo capacity of the Adventure Rally plus the internal harness with the water bladder.
He did add armor to it to comply with the regulations though. Sort of a blend of the Badlands and Rally.
Maybe I missed it here but what ever happened with the spectator that donated his CS sprocket nut/bolt to Ned. Any follow up with him?
See you in June Ned
That is awesome!
I had a wonderful package come from Colorado the other day. Thanks Ned I can't wait to imbibe. Im glad I could help a little bit.
I met that guy on the right at the baja 1000 last year... Glad to see he made it.
Ordered my xxl on 3/1. Any chance I could get it before my Death Valley ride next week?
Edit: my bad. I paid but didn't include a shipping address. All fixed now, thanks!
I really enjoyed your slide show presentation today at MotoGear Outlet and meeting you. I was the guy who had the missing Dual Sport Riding DVD when I opened it, I appreciate you getting me a new signed copy! As soon as my broken finger is healed I look forward to getting out and practicing the techniques.
+1000000 It was great to see you and you did a wonderful presentation.
I just received the latest issue of ADVMoto magazine. Nice interview with our hero. Five pages for Ned...only six pages for Despres and Coma combined!
What issue is this in? I got onto my ADVMoto account last night and the most recent I found was the March 03, 2012 version. Is there something newer that isn't showing up yet?
The cover lists it as May/June.
I think you said... "witches night" as a feature to watch out for. What DID you say, and what is it?
I believe you are referring to a witches eye. Those are circular little depressions that suddenly appear, seemingly randomly in the high dunes. They are also in the lower dunes as well although less frequently found,,, if I recall correctly.
They will ruin your day if you ride straight into one.
Hilslamers overview was pretty spot on as I recall.
THanks. I have that post bookmarked, and was going back to check it out.
You will often find those little bastards on the opposite side of peaked ridges (downwind), usually where two or more ridge lines come together. But they can be in the oddest places.
I've seen a few vids already where they could be in the saddles as well....