Tres Amigos y Puppy Porno

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Ryman, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. woodly1069

    woodly1069 Long timer

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    Damn, you guys are my heros:freaky
  2. 8thdwarf

    8thdwarf perfect,just perfect

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    nice stuff...
  3. wachs

    wachs just passin' through

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    good job! :clap Great stories and nice photos too. Looks like you guys had an absolute blast. :freaky
  4. blackhorserider

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    Dude. You sure can write!
  5. Ryman

    Ryman Been here awhile

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    Travis has proposed a dirt ride that would take us from the Canadian border to the Mexican border stopping each day (or whenever possible) at a natural hot spring. I'm hoping he is serious because I've already put in for the time off. :D

    Personally I think it could be done on Z50's
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktm530/5866232219/" title="DSCF2995 by ryanrunolfson, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5279/5866232219_0c80ae6302_b.jpg" width="1024" height="771" alt="DSCF2995"></a>
  6. Utah Bones

    Utah Bones Gas X ready!

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    Very nice! Keep me posted.....:lurk
  7. desertRdr

    desertRdr n00b

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    I have to agree with you. My experience at Mike's was similar to yours especially since we were there the same night! I'm the guy from the group with beard if you remember us. I was perusing ride reports and the statement about the XR that would start or run but not both sounded familiar. Looked at the photo and sure enough it was you guys. Glad to see you guys made it back home safe.

    Not only did the staff at Mike's treat us well, the maintenance man/groundskeeper helped launch a rescue mission to retrieve our injured friend on the far right.

    We've got quite a few photos from our trip. I'm going to have to put together a ride report before I forget the details. Anywho, enjoyed reading your RR.


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  8. Utah Bones

    Utah Bones Gas X ready!

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    Any problems with the KTM's on the trip?
  9. Ryman

    Ryman Been here awhile

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    Hi desertRdr! :wave Small World!

    Yeti1: Only problem with the 690 was a snapped chain on the last day. When the chain went, it trashed a couple links. After some hacking we realized we were lacking (poetry).........and we decided to tow the bike back to the truck. Just as we were getting ready to start pulling. Some other ADVr's pulled up (dustjunkie and company) with a motion pro chain kit and extra links (which is now standard equipment in my pack). We fixed the chain and enjoyed the rest of the ride. Thank You dustjunkie!

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  10. wachs

    wachs just passin' through

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