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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Geek, Mar 23, 2013.
Heal fast, Paul!
Hope you heal fast Paul:huh
Well we finally had everything ready and packed for our annual Steamboat Springs vacation and realized we were not going to be able to bring our DS bikes due to tech issues with the trailer......does anyone know of a place in the Steamboat area where we can rent street legal dirt / adventure bikes? We are willing to drive several hours.....Please HELP!!!!!! SR
Cheaper to rent a trailer.
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Here are a couple of photos of the group with Ranger Randy, who kindly relented and let us stay in the Echo Park group site on Saturday night:
Sorry for the delay, had to set up photosharing and resize the photos :huh
At Echo Park, Uli decided to have some fun with SgtMarty's Adventure Sword:
For those that missed this incredible experience, it was WAY funnier in person
Especially when he pointed & slashed the sword at the minivan.
By minivan, I mean Yuppie SUV grocery-getter, and they looked like this: :huh
Paul you tough old chap. A broken leg and still hopping around helping Emily cook us some great chow. Look at it on the bright side, you can still ride the GS with a cast on.
A few more pictures to share if anyone cares.
Uh, which way? Team KLR wondering if we should have just tailed team NeverLost. Ironically, team KLR only comprised of 3 KLR's out of our group of 9. However, we probably had the most diverse group of bikes of all the teams. We had the only Stelvio of the Dino ride, the only Husky, one of only two Yammy's, one DR and one KTM.
Sequence of pictures where our fearless leader decided to it was time to take a nap.
I love that second picture!
Holy shit! As always, looks worse than it probably was
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I have 40 minutes of the Ridge Trail to process down to something watchable The footage is fantastic!
Would love to see your Trail Ridge shots. We had the unfortunate pleasure to slab it back from Rangely. 7.5 hours straight. Sir Ian was a hoot to ride with though.
Thanks for sharing this thread. One of the best ride reports ever with the folks and fun and scenery.
The Ridge Trail was from Day 1 (or Day 2, for us), the ATV track NW of Maybell. I slabbed it solo from the end of the Yampa Bench, 250 miles total in about 8 hours, with quite a few stops to rest my butt! SO, here's the ridge trail, following Norm:
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The metal is supposed to slowly dissolve into my bones, thereby turning them to super alloy. But I decided I couldn't wait and got my hands done while I was there.
The lower bit
Wow. . . hope it all dissolves weel for you Lemur. That's some good-lookin hardware!
Heal fast, the ankle looks good, those hands may be difficult in putting on that Union Suit of yours!
... and when can you ride again?