Adventure in Ohio?

Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by somecallmetim, Nov 14, 2003.

  1. Maximus Power

    Maximus Power Bubby, you can call me Max

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    damn B, I don’t think that dude even saw you till you were passed him. Good thing you hug the right.
  2. Maximus Power

    Maximus Power Bubby, you can call me Max

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    Spent the weekend riding the mountain side goat paths of the Hatfield McCoy trail system. Had a real good time with the bubbys B8C4ED4E-8C3F-46CC-9031-40C45A685AA6.jpeg 083EF023-4190-44F5-B6EA-BE3E67820482.jpeg 546521A3-6D82-41A5-912D-7EB86E35BB8F.jpeg DEDC69BA-2B30-4662-87A7-7C238A5F7449.jpeg B69959CB-993E-4929-84AB-BF3B2E0EE3CD.jpeg 4E0B9D41-5F8A-4C18-8067-49035442CBED.jpeg
  3. TripleTriples

    TripleTriples Long timer

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  4. Maximus Power

    Maximus Power Bubby, you can call me Max

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    Well good luck. There ain’t shit else down there. The Covid lockdowns really wiped out a lot of the small entertainment businesses and restaurants.
    We did find the last open bar in Williamson to watch part of the Ohio State game and met the local drug dealer, so that was nice.
  5. B-Mac

    B-Mac Aged Beef Supporter

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    Is the guy on the red Honda drinking a "Zima":imaposer

    Zima was a clear, lightly carbonated alcoholic beverage made and distributed by the Coors Brewing Company. Introduced in 1993
  6. sion

    sion sigh-own

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    I think its even worse...a Bud Light Platinum
  7. TripleTriples

    TripleTriples Long timer

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    That's what I've heard. My wife works in the schools, so we're trying to isolate as much as we can. Probably won't be out much until it's over.
  8. Maximus Power

    Maximus Power Bubby, you can call me Max

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    Bubby Joel is enjoying a Bud Light bottle can. I stole them from my wife

    It’s actually a great place to go during the Covid because there’s no one around. Other than stopping in a couple restaurants we didn’t see another soul the entire weekend besides the few people we passed on the trails.
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  9. B-Mac

    B-Mac Aged Beef Supporter

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    Both of those drinks may get you in trouble in some areas.:lol3
    A black in color, man like beer koozies might be standard issue for field riding.
  10. motodirtlover

    motodirtlover Motodirtlover

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    Ok all you dirt biker types, this is the 25th year of our Thanksgiving morning dirt bike trail ride at Perry SF. Meet at 8am. Bring a new toy for a kid 12 and under. We'll give you a decal (while supplies last). We have a 22 mile, mostly single-track loop. We'll have an A/B group, and a C/D group. Possibly three groups if we get a bunch. Your bike must have a legal license plate, or the stupid state off-road sticker. We'll do 4 miles, stop back by the parking lot, then head out on an 18 miler from there. Looking to get back to the trucks by noon. Some will stay and ride a diff. afternoon loop. REAL knobby tires are a must. None of this 50/50 crap. That is all.
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  11. Dirty Titanium

    Dirty Titanium Mostly Pedaling

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    200 miles of braps yesterday, rode a loop called "ADV301" with @ElectricCheese. Many of these miles were spent going sideways, my 605 seems quite happy with my tuning

    Some careful side stand placement here
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    I'm probably wondering what that sign said, first time making it around the barricade
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    Someone left this entire motorcycle on the side of the road
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  12. motodirtlover

    motodirtlover Motodirtlover

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    keep an eye on the timing belt on that ATK / rotes motor. You might want to find a spare one and keep it on hand.
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  13. FatherX

    FatherX Hood Ornament Supporter

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    Been holed up in the garage with logistical visits from the UPS guy....

    Tires, brakes, heated grips (already on the shelf), rewired some cobbled turn signals, new flashy thingy brake light bulbs, lever guards, shorty levers, adjusted everything, oil change....I think that's it...oh...new rear grab handle and luggage deck.

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  14. ZigzagguzzI

    ZigzagguzzI Been here awhile Supporter

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    Everyone here have a great Thanksgiving, i enjoy all the comments!
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  15. Veltins

    Veltins Adventurer Supporter

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    What, nobody in NE OH was out and about today?!:photog
  16. FatherX

    FatherX Hood Ornament Supporter

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    Sure... In my Opel ;)

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  17. ohioroadrat

    ohioroadrat It`s YOUR fault !

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    I had a 605 that broke a timing belt in a creek. Lucky we got a Jeep back there to haul it out.
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  18. satur9

    satur9 angry black guy

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  19. ZigzagguzzI

    ZigzagguzzI Been here awhile Supporter

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    Whatever that is we have 13 inches of it here!
  20. ohioroadrat

    ohioroadrat It`s YOUR fault !

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    That`s what she said !!! (sorry,the 9 year old in me made me do it)