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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by shrineclown, May 16, 2019.
Dammit, I had spare tubes and large tire irons in the truck.
I’m going to see Hazman (Kevin) up a DHMC tomorrow - I’ll definitely get kicked out for making him laugh but I’ll give him your regards and show him the video of us singing happy birthday. Hopefully he will be released to home soon.
it was actually a good exercise , I had never had to use those irons , and hadn't used my co2 set up . learned 2 things , I carry 3 times the amount of c02 needed and my small irons , did okay with getting the tire on and off , just lacking in bead breaking ability . there is a trade off with carrying longer irons , both weight and cargo space . hopefully it will be another 10 years before I change another one . I had a good run .
Are they the small ones ? If so, they are total shite - the longer ones are better.
May I remind you, we are still under snowflake rules.
I found my belt !!!
Thank you all for a great five days.
Glad everyone had (is having) a safe trip. We went to Tilton yesterday to visit family. Got home to a closed road and a Motorcycle fatality at the Sugar House. (Rt 14 & 107)
Harley got T-boned. Cage driver led away in cuffs.
Gorgeous weather, it really made for some great views on the ride to the top of mount Cushman. Well worth the price of admission. Thanks again Clark and all who participate to make this event what it is.
WTF, that's a sad and sobering end to a beautiful weekend. We ate a late breakfast there yesterday.
Had a great time, thanks Clark and everyone else who made this happen!
Can't wait till next year...
Although my bike seems to have gone snowflake
Bastard. I hope they throw the book at him.
Was a little chilly this time around ... some good reminders as most of us know these things.
Standing was covered in length one night, Bret\Mototrek has some great videos to learn from.
Fun times, met some great folks and reconnected with others.
The radar tower mission was a failure as far as reaching the objective (due to a gate), but the ride up there was fun and the camaraderie was excellent.
Thanks Clark for putting it all together again! I can’t tell you how much I look forward to the rally each year, and how much I enjoy it. Thanks Jamie and Mary for the first class grub, and for helping with the boats.
This rally never gets old, and the folks that attend make it worth coming back for. See you all in 2020.
I am WAY too out of shape for any of that!
Well presented ... good information.
George- Thank you for leading that ride, great navigation.
Heres some pics from another Great Cromag. Thanks to all who make this such a fun event with special thanks to Clark for herding us all.
We had a total blast on these "roads". Wrestling the Yamaha Super Hippo on this terrain was a challenge.
Thanks Troy and Greg for leading The Band . I think I am Ringo! More pictures to come.
Helmet video of the last little trail to the summit of Mt Cushman. https://photos.smugmug.com/2019-Cromag/i-hbLWq5x/0/cc131014/1280/FILE0149-1280.mp4
Yeh but does it lower your center of gravity?