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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by frog, May 22, 2008.
Cherry creek. I'll probably end up doing loops around the sand dunes if nothing it dry.
Damn I need to buy a dirt bike.
What time are you thinking of heading out? Also, what pace do you ride? I'm not fast or into super technical stuff, but I've ridden CC with no problems so I'm more concerned that I'd slow you down than we'd get into anything I couldn't ride.
Probably heading out from Heber around 9. Ill be testing the suspension on my 250 so not going to haul ass.
Did Five Mile today with the extra wheels. Beautiful day. Not many bikes out.
The higher roads had the little rivers running down them.
Not many people can rock the dumb and dumber doo like I can.
Disaster hit late in the day. Sidewall puncture. I had just switched out to
14 inch wheels and no longer carry a spare tire. Put a tube patch on the
outside and it slowed the leak enough to only have to stop about every half mile
for an air fix.
Sounds good. Where are you parking? By the creek?
Anybody want to hit Moab next weekend. Plan would he ride down after work, camp that night, ride maybe white rim trail saturday and camp that night. The ride a little on sunday and ride home sunday sometime.
FYI rocky mountain has Klim dakar pants for $99 and mpojave for $89.
I'll be out at Knolls rockin my MAD MAX buggy and the old Husaberg on Sunday. If anybody is headed out that way holler.
Any Utards want to get pattied tomorrow night? We don't know many other people here, but we know you all! Well, kind of.
Hey whos going out riding today or tomorrow? Moved to Utah late last summer hope to start riding with some people and get to know the area!!
Welcome. Dirt i assume? Head to the B on the hill in bountiful. Tons of great riding there, may be a little sloppy and snowy but don't let that stop you..
Did a little Moab action this weekend. Riding season is upon us boys
With the weather about to turn for the worse, Saturday dictated a run to Cherry Creek to evaluate the snow level.
Much commiseration accompanied the lunch break...
And the day was finished with the question from this guy "Who is going to clean this crap off my bike?".
The good news... Much is ridable below 7000 ft
The bad news... It's messy above same, particularly on the dark side of the moon.
Best to have new knobs on the hoops (which we did not have). O well...
Went up on the B a few times before winter, but just about any ride is good. Looking at the pictures from Moab, seems I should take a trip down there. Two more days off work to find some good riding!
Definitely a roll-back job. Look how the three just rises above the others. Bike also looks like it has many more miles. Other than that these clown bikes are a bunch of fun!
The 3 rising above the others is normal because it is prepping to change to 140.Most speedos act like that.
Moto trials this Saturday[3-23] in Emory.Forcast is 35 degrees[F] and breezy so drop by with some warm clothes and have some fun.
Wish I could make it. It seems like my schedule and the trials event schedule just aren't matching up this year.
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