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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Brewtus, Dec 12, 2010.
Thats the deal, TS in the AM and the dark side in the afternoon!!!!
Now that would be nice. God knows I've sponsored them enough over the years....... :slurp
Almost December and the weather is still holding here. Perfect day for riding trials.
Nice pics! Gotta love them green slimy rocks!
A few people showed up for practice out at San Y today
worked on noise wheelies
and a few ups clicky
and some downs
and more downs
and ups with turns
Mat experimented with a new technique
and Al showing us how it is done clicky
Thats really nice.
Not today, but yesterday I rode my new GasGas 280 to the top of Pine Mountain.
This is the view looking southeast toward the headwaters of the Salinas River
Mike and I had fun this weekend working on loop, layout, and first sections for the Tilton Trials, as well as practicing and playing around a good bit!
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this photo doesn't show nearly how big this tree really is -- I can sit in the gap underneath where mike is standing, comfortably...
I see a really cool line!
Awesome gordy .... now when can you take a rode trip to come help us cut in that line?????????
I'm a fair weather rider and I see that you are wearing jackets.
It's going to be 63 at our event this Sunday.
Rolled a new 12 300 Raga into the garage this morning. Parked a little to close to the garage door so I just picked up the bike and stepped out of the bed of the pickup and into the garage. Nice when you weigh 80 pounds more than the bike.This should be fun.
I have the 11, dad has the '12... I have to say I really like my 11, BUT HIS 12 is NICE.
TIP, grease the front fork seals, with seal-assembly Grease, this is what we used.
http://www.motorcycle-superstore.co...px?SiteID=SLI|Fork Seal Grease&WT.MC_ID=10010
BTW, you don't have to take them out, just try to get some into the lip (VERY CAREFULLY) makes a helluva difference. I'm saying use SEAL grease, it is like 100x more slippery than any other grease I have messed with, even when it is bone ass cold (being a farmer, Ive dealt with a few)...
Thanks Mitch! I ordered some grease and a new front tire.
supposed to be 58 here this weekend!! Well, maybe mid summer then, when the 100 degrees of DRY heat there are too much for you and you awnt some good drippy sticky muggy heat! :eek1
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