Next in the BDR series - COBDR

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by eakins, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. eddyturn

    eddyturn Eternal Wannabe Supporter

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    That's it. I'm gonna do this one next year.
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  2. eakins

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  3. byways

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    TT-USA's COBDR Advance Scouting Team last August:

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  4. eric_the_bald

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    But how am I gonna get this on my Christmas list if you don't release it until after New Years??
    :ear
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  5. Timboat

    Timboat Been here awhile

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    I'm in.....
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  6. Gale B.T.

    Gale B.T. Long timer

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    Way to go Tony, I know you have been on all those scouting trips, and I always love your pics , lucky rascal.

    I have been viewing all the tracks , seen some familiar places which has me filling out my order for at least one each if not TWO of the Utah/CO map/DVD combo.

    I sure thank all the effort all of you have put into the production of these Back County routes. Thanks Bill.

    gale
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  7. byways

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    I was privileged indeed to be invited to be the "embedded journalist" on this one. I'll tellya, just when you think you've seen it all, a guy named Rob Watt comes along ...

    It's important on a journey like this that everyone contribute to the group. Below, BDR principal Bryce Stevens shows TT-USA general manager Paul Guillien the perfect place to mount Touratech's BDR bottle opener ...

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    Seriously, the thermostat on Bryce's KTM wasn't working, the fan wasn't coming on, and it was overheating in the forests of Day 1. Some sort of trailside wiring repair got the fan working again, demonstrating the need to be resourceful and self-reliant out in the wild.
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  8. NKOrange

    NKOrange Puny homer

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    Sign me up!
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  9. Gale B.T.

    Gale B.T. Long timer

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    "BDR bottle opener ." Yep, If Bill Dragoo was on this same trip that bottle opener is located on the bottom of that adventure footpeg:lol3..

    You riders must have enjoyed a great ride, scenery and lots of fun/laughs around the campfires.

    Way to go

    Thanks again to all,
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  10. eakins

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    We're working like mad-men on it, but it's crazy around here as we have a new Northern California map coming out, plus I-phone/pad state map apps coming out.

    Maybe and IOU if it's not ready by then? :evil
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  11. eakins

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    Double dood back at ya Timboat.
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  12. eakins

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    Thanks Gale.

    I'm sure Tony is going to be a key routing player when the IDBDR comes around as that has been his backyard for years.
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  13. eakins

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    I do believe Rob Watt has these footpegs on his new 990 KTM
    http://blackdogcw.com/black-dog-sho...e-footpegs-for-ktm-machine-finish-detail.html
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  14. eakins

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  15. eakins

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    moving along nicely :clap

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  16. byways

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    Man ... I gotta get new glasses ... :huh
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  17. eakins

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    what? it's fully navigation ready :evil
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  18. eddyturn

    eddyturn Eternal Wannabe Supporter

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    stopit!
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  19. eakins

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    We'll have the COBDR map up for pre-sale shortly and it'll be shipping on Dec 5th. :clap
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  20. eakins

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    why? it's such a great cross-state dirt route.
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