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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Daggy, Sep 28, 2008.
Yes, yes it was. But I hear leftovers calling...
I did my best to eat all the food Pinecone and Flash had been working hard to make.
I didn't eat it all, but I made a pretty sizeable dent in what was there. *burp*.
Yeah, what a change! I took the TE610 out for a morning ride yesterday,could have been the last ride of the year?
Happy Holidays peeps.
I got in 12k miles on the Strom (record for me) so it was a great year for riding.
Who turned on the Freezer outside?? :huh
Yes, very good riding year this year. Seems like winter was a little delayed starting too, it was nice to ride up until Thanksgiving. Now the roads are salted the main bikes will go to bed, but the KLR650 might be brought out on occassion if there are clear enough days.
Well - it IS winter. It's not like we weren't expecting it.
But yes, it's a bit nippy out, and so begins shoppe season.
Had a good time in the shed today, I did.
Okay, two KLR250's stashed for first time (12 & 14 year old boys) riders on xmas morning We'll need to successfully complete the ATV Safety Training CD and Safety Training class. Considering no previous riding experience, a MN winter and no private property for "skills practice" any suggestions you all may have for facilitating a successful spring intro would be appreciated.
Prop - here is some inspiration for the Matchless.
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And a link to their gallery.
Build one of these in the basement:
Black leather two-piece for Mom is optional.
Let the pro's handle it. Go to the motorcycle show, there'll be a few booths for that sort of thing. If you're like me, it's really hard to teach your own kids.
I know a family that did their program to learn to ride. Worked very well for them.
I know it is a bit of a haul but the Glacial Lakes Motorcycle Club (http://www.glmc.org/ ) has an off road riding area by Watertown SD
We usually go out there early in the spring to play around. They also offer scholarship money to any youth taking a safety course.The area is free and can be as simple or challenging as you wish to make it.
If you watch the web site you will see when we are heading out there and we can maybe set up some car pooling.
As it should. These guys do it right.
Only 7 weeks to go
I was considering this. Good to know the reviews are positive. This looks to be a great place for that 1st ride.
Ah yes, I picked up a tag there earlier this year. I'll keep an eye on the website for sure.
DirtBike Tech will likely be at the IMS at some point. PM me around that time, I can find out when/where they will be there.
These beats the hell out of any Christmas present I'm gettin' this year.... Lucky two, they are.
Well, you shouldn't have been naughty then should you?
Although being naughty can be quite fun, admittedly.
I've stockpiled plenty of coal over the years. So, there's that.
Two KLR's? Cool.
I got a minibike when I was 11, Dad showed me how to ride, sort of. :huh I cracked my wrist, crashed a few times and got chased by the cops before I was 15. This is how you used to learn how to ride. Mom always made me wear a helmet though.
Learning how to swim was about the same. Go in water and try not to drown.