NEBDR on a DRZ400 and KLR650

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by cassimonee, Nov 10, 2020.

  1. Pete Pilot

    Pete Pilot Been here awhile

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    I much enjoyed riding along. Both of you sure do lug a lot of gear. In my stable is a DRZ ( 440 ). Old lady will throw stones in gear 5. Thanks for the RR. Well done. Petepilot
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  2. cassimonee

    cassimonee Adventurer

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    Thanks for reading through! Tbh I feel like we travel pretty light for the gear we carry - a weeks worth of food, all camping gear, all cooking gear, spare tubes and a full tool kit. The only “luxury” items are my backpack for camera gear and our folding chairs. All our gear is lightweight backpacking gear so I really don’t know how less heavy we could go. Both of us could just as easily travel for months on this setup as we did for our 10 day trip to New England
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  3. Jeeper0505

    Jeeper0505 Adventurer

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    Great read, thanks for taking the time to document your adventure.
    Hope to come out from AZ to do the NEBDR later this year and this was just the primer I needed!
    Cheers.
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  4. windblown101

    windblown101 Long timer Supporter

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    Awesome report and photos. A true adventure! Thanks for sharing.
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  5. Pavement Optional

    Pavement Optional Been here awhile

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    Wow! I caught the first part of your trip and never did see the finish. Adding the NEBDR to my bucket list.
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  6. SaugeenADV

    SaugeenADV Been here awhile

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    thank you for the ride report and great pictures. I would love to do this ride someday - hopefully soon.
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