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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by shrineclown, Sep 2, 2020.
In case you were wondering...
Okay, I have heard tale of this event at Ricks Eastern Rendezvous, but its always in hushed whispers and what I assume our inside insights to something I have not yet experienced. Gonna take the time off and sign up then.
I had to check... My first year was 2017!
And then when I got to camp site......
So, YOU were the inspiration for the decal that year? Epic!
Dont forget.........huge fire that can be seen from outerspace!!
Kinda hard to see him but that's CroMag himself at the last Maine rally in '08 in the rain. Even then there were bottles of Screech in my luggage. Hopefully the border opens so I can get back this year. No-one comes from further away than me I'm pretty sure.
Show up to the fire on your first night early. People will chat with you(they love fresh meat). If you don't line up a group then either show up to the gate or the store in the AM and inquire about joining a of a group of like biked individuals. Most groups will let you tag along. Also you can't go wrong solo either so much dirt and class 4 in the area just go until you get lost then plug in the gps to get back to the park.
And stand by to chuck wood on the fire.
the " thing" with cromag for a newbie is that we are all spread out through out the whole campground,
so it appears as though we are a bunch of strangers at a campground .
when in reality , we are all in the same group .
don't be afraid to say hi to a " stranger "
And they are all strange so be warned.
Ride in, big bike probably.
Repeat offender, you should have my details.
I'm looking forward to another great weekend.
I was waiting for my new KLX300 to show up before going full commitment, and it did. So this new guy and his new girl are IN. First time at the Cromag, I hear I need to bring an alarming amount of Sausage and lube, so if you see a skinny dude in a flannel shirt wondering around talking to himself with a necklace of sausages and some lube, point him in the right direction so I don't make an a$$ of myself.
I look forward to learning the Vermont trail systems and skills from everyone, as I am a transplant from TN and NV who has come to reside in NH.
I will be riding to location.
I haven't met anyone that has brought lube yet, but I like how you roll.
usually you just get the " bite the pillow , i'm goin in dry "
though i suppose with enough sausage grease , you could forgo the lube .
Another vote AGAINST inflatable pillows.
Voice of experience there, folks.
Maybe you had imbibed and did not remember correctly?
To protect the innocent.