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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by DataDaddy, Aug 8, 2006.
Anyone know if Crankshaft (Aaron) made the start?
Git to ridin'!!!!!
If ya make to Inuvik, I actually have friends there... the former mayors, the Hills. They live next to the Dome Home.
I was up there in 1981.
What's the story on this guy? Is this a 525 setup for the road?
If it is we need to know all the setup details.
Good luck guys. I wish I could be riding with you.
625 SXC with larger tank
950 ADV windscreen
I think that was it.
hey you lucky bastards...YFFs...have a safe and fun ride....
really cool this is...NOW, on with the show !!!!
I absolutely cannot wait to read everyone's reports and thoughts on this race (rally?).
To all of you riding I wish you the best of luck...and a geat time.
I am extremely jealous...next one is in 2008, huh?
Weren't on 87 through post and Lubbock were you? a couple weeks ago we were on our way to ride near post (no street legal hauling the bikes in the truck) and saw the same thing. :eek1 As a matter of fact I think we saw 2 different trucks. There must have been a sale on them! Either that or they were hunting decoys.
Didn't recognize Crankshaft on the silver bike!! Just a couple weeks ago, it was orange and blue. Looks great!
Good luck, all!
Best of luck to our guys Praying for a safe journey for each of you!
you mean this is just starting?
I waved at every bike for a month in 12,140 miles thinking it was y'all.
I hope Alaska warms up a bit for you.
and stay at White River just south of Beaver Creek if you get a chance.
and eat at 1202 in Beaver Creek if you get a chance.
At the hotel... dinner is over, beers consumed... now ADV'ing
morning boys...thinking of you all....
Have fun and keep us posted. Some of us are at work you know...
11 - Ned Marandino - BMW F650GSDakar - Watsonville, CA - ?
12 - Jim Robertson - BMW F650GSDakar - Aptos, CA - jimmy650
32 - Aaron Gibson - KTM 640 Adventure - S.Burlington, VT - Crankshaft
Jay, you're living the life.
Yup, that and a TT motorized roadbook and relocator bracket (modified).
Two days before that picture was taken the bike was little more than a frame and engine on the lift in my garage. Lets just say it needed a little work to make it Alcan ready. The rider is Tim Pindel from Las Vegas, a good freind of mine.
It was great meeting you at the start Justin.
Sorry we're doing 12-14 hour days, so I am behind... A couple pics...
It's good to see you're still going
By the dirt on your glasses and helmet it appears to be a bit dusty :huh