OSO LOCO!! KTM 990s attack Colorado, Utah, and the best of the TAT

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by LittleWan, Aug 21, 2013.

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What did the Osos do after Lica's hit in Hell's Gate?

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  1. Hit the 911 button on Lica's spot and waited for search and rescue

    8 vote(s)
    2.0%
  2. Called Radek's cop buddy and got a TOY 4x4 extraction

    22 vote(s)
    5.5%
  3. What's the problem? He rode out with one hand and no throttle - OSO!!!

    88 vote(s)
    22.1%
  4. With the engineering flow chart, WD-40 and duct tape - trail repair, baby!

    135 vote(s)
    33.9%
  5. Flagged down a tour jeep and put the bike in the back with some French tourists

    41 vote(s)
    10.3%
  6. This is just a ploy to buy time and still act like you're working on the report, isn't it?

    128 vote(s)
    32.2%
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  1. GearWhore

    GearWhore Running fans the flames

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    Love the video of you guys heading up Pearl. You kids can ride. Sent the video to your Minnesota fans. Nice to see you Wans

    Gus (Junior Yeti in training)
  2. Ladybug

    Ladybug Bug Sister Supporter

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    Barking Loonbats are a species all their own see below for a picture of a couple of them: :D

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    A list of wanizms needs to be created with Barking Loonbats included. :lol3

    Make Barking Loobats your favorite :clap
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  3. avocadofarmer

    avocadofarmer Fruit Coot

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    Just what the Doctor ordered! Another awesome Wan-written ride report...!!!

    Thanks for taking the time and posting all of this awesome stuff :clap
  4. VFR

    VFR Been here awhile

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    So where did you get the amsteel tow line??? I saw in the video where he broke it out & it looked in one frame like there were loops tied in at intervals to make pulling easier.

    There was a guy making a tow system with a neat set of pulleys but he doesn't make them anymore. Yours is at least better than having to dig the bike out of the mud with your hands... Or pull it up the side of a drop-off.

    Insane video too!!!:clap It pretty much shows that you are carrying some serious speed. I liked the one where the back end was bouncing--this was after the shock repair where it took two guys to get the spring back on. Kind of gives you an idea how much load is really on that bike.
  5. LittleWan

    LittleWan You can do it!

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    Hola!

    haha, lots of great comments again - OK, report first - chit chat after....




    Day 5: 8/5/13
    goofing off around Gunnison 119 miles, continued.







    A couple screen shots from the way up:
    These scree fields were bouncy - it was hard to keep my feet on the pegs!

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    For this ride, we were all connected with Senas. It was great!
    Radek and Matt re-paired here...

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    And then I joined in. It was fun to be able to talk and laugh together. You heard some of it in the video...

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    When we got to the summit, we took a bunch of photos, as you can imagine.

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    Funny iphone pano (that’s Radek on either end)

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    Looking back the way we came.

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    Looking straight out (I think)

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    There was an ammo box at the base of the cross.

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    With a little book to sign. My hands were freezing, it was hard to hold the pen. :vardy

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    Put a sticker on the sign.

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    I don’t think it will stay on very long, but it was enough for the photo.

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    Looks like we go this way to the singletrack...:evil

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    And then we headed down the back side. This was supposed to be the harder direction.

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    We had gone the easy way (Crested Butte to Aspen), purely by chance.
    As with going the hard way on Schofield (also chance), it was simply the direction we wanted to go and that's how Matt routed it.
    No thought was given to difficulty, just convenience. :rolleyes We got lucky this time!





    Aren't these neat looking formations?

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    Another scree field.

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    Then it turned pretty and green.

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    It started to rain again on the way down.

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    The water was really flowing here, it was like riding in a stream.

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    At one point, we were going too slow. When Matt went to put his foot down...nothing.
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    It was just a silly tip over, but I shrieked when I hit the ground.
    Radek was worried that I had gotten hurt,
    but I had screamed because cold water was running into my pants! :lol3
    It was like having a bunch of ice cubes dumped into my underwear. :vardy

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    The bike was facing all wonky so we had to move it a little. It was tough to pull it uphill.

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    I must have looked pathetic, because Radek came to help. Thanks, Radek! :D

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    Radek’s bike.

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    I walked down to a drier spot.

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    Radek waited for me to get back on the bike.

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    More rocks

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    And then the shelf. It’s hard to tell at this angle, but there’s some rock steps here.
    This is the toughest part of Pearl Pass.

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    Radek with his long legs out - he did well, picking his way down.
    (sorry for the crap image - matt's GoPro was all fogged up at this point. :cry)

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    Then, it was our turn...

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    There were a couple of tall spots. Radek said "if you wash here, you’re done."
    He thought it might be risky to go 2up.
    Matt has a shorter inseam than Radek (only 31.5”), so I jumped off.


    Literally. :huh
    It’s kind of hard to tell, but this screen cap shows me mid-air.
    I don’t know what happened, but I pretty much fell off the bike and into the bushes. :rofl
    The guys thought it was hilarious -
    "Just kick her off..."
    “Yeah - Get the f**k off this bike!”
    :lol3

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    So I walked from here (Radek took this just before I launched off the bike)....

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    To here (climbing back on).

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    OK - that was Pearl!

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    It had stopped raining by that point. Pretty view.

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    It was all easy after the steps.

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    We headed over to Taylor Pass.

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    According to the sign, we were heading towards Taylor Divide Tr. 440

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    And, away we go...

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    OK, I think that's enough for tonight.
    I still need to wash the dishes and put away laundry!

    Gotta get caught up in the comments. :type


    Next time - some singletrack, then American Flag Mountain.

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  6. Bob

    Bob Formerly H20Pumper

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    More than enough for tonight, thanks.
    Put an extra scoop of ice cream in Matt's bowl
    Yours too! :clap:clap
  7. NOTAR_520

    NOTAR_520 Been here awhile

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    MOST Excellent Ride Report.

    Huge thanks for sharing the Story and great visuals.

    As usually, you guys(and Gal) truly live the Adventure on your trips, very inspirational (and great trip planning)!

    I bought a 950 Adv this year, but I'm not ready for some of these pass on your report, I've been spoiled riding the 450 mini bike this year :evil I need to burn off the street tires and stock up on 908's. I don't have crash bars yet, but I think I'll put some on,lol.

    Staying tuned in for more!!!!!
  8. LittleWan

    LittleWan You can do it!

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    Heh, first off - thank you!

    Secondly - nope.
    We're loyal to our Hot Cock Sauce!

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    Well, nowhere to go but up! :D
    You'll be making huge improvements with every ride...

    Have fun!




    Heh, thanks 5 speed!
    If I could do that Xena war cry, I'd be doing it right now :lol3





    Buona serata, ttr - grazie di cuore! :D





    Aw, thank you Chris!
    That's super nice of you.

    I sent you a PM :deal





    Hey dmaxmike,
    that's just wanderful! :freaky





    Hi Sam!

    Oh, that clip was hilarious - from the "I love you, man" to the cries of "MOM!"
    I was dying. :poser

    Heh, none of the Osos called for mommy, but I'm glad you're enjoying the report.
    Have a great time in Tejas!







    Nah, I think it's more likely that we instill feelings of superiority...
    With all the bad decisions we make, we probably make everyone else feel pretty damn smart :lol3
    "What kind of idiot goes up on a pass during a thunderstorm?"
    The Wans. :rolleyes




    I dunno. :dunno
    The only thing I got was some guy named Shane who plays a lot of poker...
    :scratch





    Thanks, Dan Lorenze!
    wow, you average about 1 comment a year - I feel special! :D





    Hey Scribe!
    OK - I tried to get you off the summit!
    Feel better now??

    Heh - you're welcome! :evil :rofl




    Gus!! :wave
    Thanks! How are you? Haven't seen you in a while!
    I'm happy to see that you still have the same interests :evil :lol3
    and, now you have a 990!!
    :clap Woooo!

    We thought about you MN guys a lot - in Lake City, on the Alpine loop, Long Canyon, Milt's...
    say Hey to Victor and the boys for us!





    Hi Ladybug!
    Hey...:bluduh

    well, I'm not taking credit for that Poker playing Shane guy :huh

    Anyway, "Barking Loonbat" isn't one of mine - that's allllll Mr. Fooswolf. :deal
    (post #187)





    Thanks, avocadofarmer!
    But, wait - I thought the doctor ordered avocados? :scratch
    oh, maybe that was angie dickinson





    Hi VFR -
    the amsteel is from Defender Marine.
    It used to be 60 Ft, but is probably more like 50 ft now.
    (If you let other people tie the knots, they usually have to be cut off :huh :lol3)

    Matt tied those loops in the line - they helped!
    We got a lot of use out of the amsteel on this ride... :evil



    Yeah, that shock is not what it used to be. :nah
    It needs a heavier spring, too.
    But, man - we were happy to have it working at all...:deal



    Hi Bob! Aw, no ice cream tonight. :cry
    We don't even have fruit salad :(:
    Maybe tomorrow...





    Thanks, Notar!

    Hey, hey - you got a 950 adv!! Wooo! :clap

    Congratulations! :evil






    I'd like to think we're handing out extra-tall glasses of orange koolaid in this report...

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    Oh, crap. I still have to do the dishes...:puke1

    good night!
    see you guys...next time!!



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  9. Cannonshot

    Cannonshot Having a Nice Time Administrator Super Moderator

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    Fantastic!!!! So much fun and adventure!!!!! :clap:clap:clap:clap:clap
  10. CB160

    CB160 another old fart....

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    Oh Kelly,
    You and Matt are far more than "Barking Loonbats" :clap
    Y'all are certifiable!! Geez...... Some serious meds might fix that....but where would be the fun there, eh?
    Only wish my legs were long enough for some of that 'orange koolaid'.... ;) Well, and about 30 years younger, ha!
    You are the absolute best in the R/R biz... The 'piloting/pillion' abilities speak for themselves (yet again)!!!
    Just curious how you'll ever top this one? ;)

    So, does Matt dry after you're done washing......the dishes that is ;)
    Can't wait for the 'next episode'...
    Have a great Wednesday :)
  11. dano619

    dano619 Long timer Supporter

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    This is Awwwwsomeness OSO style!!
  12. reed valve

    reed valve Just ride.....

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    Best ride reports are from the Wans!can't wait to see the rest.I'm a noob on adv rider but I've read all the Wan's reports.they just rock!thanks for sharing with us all Kelly
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    reed valve Just ride.....

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  14. LittleWan

    LittleWan You can do it!

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    Day 5: 8/5/13
    goofing off around Gunnison 119 miles, continued.







    So, we’re 15 pages in and I haven’t gotten to even one of the teaser pics yet!

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    Here ya go!

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    Matt and I had spent a lot of time planning this ride,
    but we were always looking at the big picture.
    3200+ miles of GPS tracks takes forever to map out.
    When it came to the fine details, we may not have been so thorough.



    These little trails didn't show up in Topo 9 and we were too lazy to order a Taylor Park map (I've seen recommendations for this one)
    That would have made waaaaay too much sense.
    We had 1 or 2 big trails on the GPS tracks,
    but were going to have to wing it for the most part.




    When I showed that pic of Matt and Radek looking at a map (top of Pearl Pass)...

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    this is what they were looking at...
    A map of Colorado that I had purchased at the gas station in Green River, UT.

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    Not exactly helpful for finding singletrack in Taylor Park. :huh
    It didn’t even show Pearl Pass!

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    Oh well. We found some.

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    Checking that the camera was on...

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    At least we caught a break and it wasn’t actively raining!

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    It was even sunny.

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    But the ground was still plenty wet and slippery...

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    Yep.

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    Radek stopped here to make sure we were okay.
    He rides a lot of singletrack in BC.
    Matt and I don’t do much ST except on our summer tours.

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    Looking back at the trail.

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    It’s one of those things that always sounds fun, but then once we’re out there,
    Matt realizes that it’s not so fun 2up.
    The schoolbus isn’t exactly nimble and there’s no room for error on ST.
    Not to mention, our weight tends to make the bike slide off the trail in inconvenient spots. :cry




    This stuff was fine - not scary on either side. :D

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    But, this - meh.
    Hard to see, but there were rocks on one side, a drop off on the other...
    and, it was muddy.
    :fitz

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    Well, as long as it doesn't get much worse...
    Aw, crap. :cry

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    Radek did great (those long legs again!)...:clap

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    He only needed a tiny push.

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    We, on the other hand, got hung up.

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    Thanks, Radek! :D

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    Ugh.

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    Looking back...

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    Nasty mud.

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    Are we still having fun?
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    I’m pretty sure he was smiling in there!

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    He was in his element. :nod

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    Uphill with mud and roots. yay. :huh

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    hey, Radek!

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    This sign wasn’t very helpful...none of that stuff was on our crappy map.
    I don't think Norm had them either. :huh

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    Is that the trail we want?

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    Radek went to go check it out...

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    He came back and said it was pretty muddy and there were lots of big roots to get hung up on...



    Nah. :nah
    Let’s go this way.

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    OK, where to next?

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    I really wanted to see American Flag Mountain.

    So, off we went....


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  15. Questor

    Questor More Undestructable

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    Make ice cold water in your pants your favorite! :lol3

    As someone said before, when I find myself about to leave something like a cookset at home because I didn't want to carry the weight I just think of the Wans.
    Amazing stuff guys.

    Q~
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    NSFW basecamp4adv Super Supporter

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    i'm the wan getting tired just for looking at the bike and the rocky trail.....:lol3



    haven't missed a page, keep them coming kel. they do the riding and you get to do the writing......:1drink
  17. LittleWan

    LittleWan You can do it!

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    Heh. Hiya Q :wave (hey Joel!)
    I'll get to the comments soon...







    Day 5: 8/5/13
    goofing off around Gunnison 119 miles, continued.




    Aw, man. Hope it's not going to rain again.

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    Matt thought he had American Flag Mountain marked on the GPS,
    but he didn't. :huh
    We knew it was around here somewhere...



    We stopped at a campsite and lucked out.
    This nice couple kind of knew where it was - they told us to go over the bridge and that we would see the trail, "that way."
    Their eldest son had put up the original flagpole, so they were excited that we were going up there. :D

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    That must be the bridge they were talking about...

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    So, now that we're home and I'm googling around...
    I think Lily Pond trail would have been a nice ST ride for us - too bad we didn't know about it sooner. :cry
    Though it would have meant missing American Flag.
    Oh well. Something for next time. :deal




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    Can you read that sign? It says, "If you go any farther, you better be a friend" :arg

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    OK, so not that way...





    How about this way?

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    Cement creek - that's us. :nod

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    As we were getting closer to the Mtn, we rolled up on some guys.
    Hey! a KTM 950 and 2 990s! very cool. :clap




    It turned out to be TLtrials (Brian), from North Carolina...

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    Lambchops (Wade) from Arizona, and benwracin007 (Ben) also from North Carolina.

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    Great to meet you, fellas! :freaky
    They agreed to go up American Flag Mtn with us - wooo!
    Matt didn't have the GoPro on, neither did Radek.
    But I snapped a couple of pics...


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    and have a screen shot swiped from Brian's video...(thanks TLtrials :evil)

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    Yay! There it is!

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    The Majestic Canimal on American Flag Mountain.

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    We talked to the guys for a little bit and gave them Oso Loco stickers.
    It sounded like they were having a pretty fun visit in Colorado!



    Photo time...
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    I have the finished photo, stolen from TLtrials' report


    Very nice! :thumb




    One of the guys returned the favor - thank you!
    (it was Radek's camera, and I'm not sure who took the pic)

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    Awesome!
    Love it. :D



    What a beautiful spot.

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    A special memorial for someone.

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    And then we headed down.

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    Ben and Wade

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    I have a screen shot from Brian's video...

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    and the resulting photo. :wink:

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    It was looking pretty dark up there...

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    But, also pretty pretty. I think this was Italian Creek.

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    I don't know what we asked them, but this photo cracks me up!
    Are you sure you guys know where you're going? :scratch

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    Oso Happy. It had been a really good day of riding! :rayof

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    We said goodbye to Brian, Wade and Ben - it was super nice meeting you fellas! :wave

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    A little bit of sun...:D

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    I love these cloud pics. Haven't had too many with all the rain.

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    Not huge miles, but some really frickin' good ones! :clap

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    Wow, that singletrack really screwed up our average!




    Tires.
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    Radek's.

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    Those are some dirty, dirty bikes! :evil



    Oh, hey - I have one more post for today -
    I need to go find Bartek's photos so we can see what the other Osos did on their "take it easy" day...

    :hmmmmm



    (but probably won't post until later tonight. Just realized I need to go make dinner! :dg)


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  18. RedRockRider

    RedRockRider Long timer

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    Very nice to see some sunny pics. High mountains in Colorado are amazing. Great pic by the flag! :wave
  19. BcDano

    BcDano One Lucky Dude

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  20. LittleWan

    LittleWan You can do it!

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    Day 5: 8/5/13
    goofing off around Gunnison 119 miles, continued.







    We got to the Rodeway and saw this in the parking lot:

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    Hmm. Did something happen while we were gone?
    Carbon monoxide leak in the rooms? :scratch Some kind of outbreak?

    Fainting goat-itis?



    Looks like Radek caught it, too...

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    :rofl

    Haha. The guys were just fine-tuning their suspension settings.




    I don't know exactly what Scott, Bartek, Lica and Osito did this day.
    Pretty sure they went to Taylor Park and rode there.


    Even though they were supposed to be taking it easy and resting up
    (Bartek and Lica were injured, don't forget)...:nono
    I believe they said they had tried a little of Star Trail. :eek1




    Bartek's photos:
    First of all, I thought Scott was in charge... Goggles!

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    Rocky.

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    Muddy.

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    Hmm. :hmmmmm I'm not a doctor, but I don't know if that's appropriate terrain for someone with a separated shoulder...

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    Good job resting that knee, Lica! :huh :lol3

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    :evil

    Ah, well. Osos will be Osos...

    I'm just glad they had fun! :D







    One of the reasons I had picked the Rodeway was that there was a Mexican Restaurant next door.
    Unfortunately, they had moved in the last year or so. :cry



    Scott and Lica had already eaten and were enjoying some beer.
    The rest of us went to El Paraiso.

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    Radek even got a margarita!

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    Our friendly waiter took a pic for us - Gracias!

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    I ordered tacos - the only real tacos of the tour.
    They were supposed to be soft tacos, but arrived like this:

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    :huh Tasted better than they look.





    Osito ordered Flan for dessert - it was delicious!

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    But, for some reason, Bartek thought Flan was a meat dish.
    He ordered a grilled jalapeno to go with the Flan...:lol3
    Once it arrived, he tried it anyway (to be polite)

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    It was HOT. Not just a grilled jalapeno, but one with some kind of special coating (habanero? ghost pepper?)

    I wish I had a photo of his face when he bit into that pepper!

    :kboom


    Osito gave it a shot...he's used to spicy foods. Or so he thought!
    I wish I had a photo of his face, too!

    :annie



    Those poor guys were dying. Crying. :cry
    It seemed cruel to take a picture at the time, sorry.




    :lol3





    OK, Day 5 is in the books!


    As far as I know,
    zero casualties for Day 5 - :clap Woo! Osos!!!



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