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Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
Tuscany, Italy, celebrating 50k kms on my "Kappona" (I know, I should ride more!)
omg how did you get it out of it?
Reminds me of a Nature Retreat place I was at in Colorado a few years back.
^ clothing optional?
I would just lay it on its side and drag the rear out of the hole and set it back up.
2 SPOT .. Not specifically.. but not unlikely there either. It's actually more along the lines of Environmental Nature Preserve status.
Good day testing my new S length suspension. Big difference from stock.
Also had to let her take a short trail side nap while I helped the KLR...
A couple pics from the Rubber Chicken ride this past weekend.
Mt. Withington lookout
Bear Trap canyon:
DFAQ is up with your seat / pants / boys area?
I've always really liked that 'cutdown' screen look... Looks tough and purposeful!
Last ride of the year for my 990,now It is time to ride my 300 exc......
I made my own seat by adding a bunch of layers of yoga mat glued on top of an OEM seat and cut it to shape with a 2.5" notch all the way down the middle. Had an upholstery shop make the cover after that. Purpose was to relieve pain from a broken tailbone that I struggled with for about a decade before having it surgically removed. It's also about 3-4" taller than the OEM seat, which is perfect for my height.
The cut down screen is amazing for the tougher trails and hot weather. No chance of taking a screen to the throat and I get a ton more airflow in my chest which is lovely in the summer. I bolt an aeroflow screen and winglets on top of it to hit the highways. Pretty good combo.
I had help, lift and push. It was funny as it was pretty stable just 2 feet to the left.
Great ride. 990s rips
Should I start looking for a new bike?
Two pics from a Death Valley trip and one from my mud bog experience in Utah that ripped the front fender off. This bike is fricking awesome and capable.
Good pic. Looks like a fun ride..
Did an oil change and rode up the Santiago Peak ridge line one last time before my cancer surgeries and treatments.
Wish I was running as good as she is.