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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by ElusivePedro, Jun 9, 2011.
Well I'll be danged. Never even heard of the PBJ-1 variant. Right on, Grizzly Adams!
Wha cha guna get now Tony? I know a guy who has a klr for sale and a guy with a wee for sale. probly buy them both for about two hundred dollars.
I reckon I'll end up with a Wee, a Gen2 KLR, or an F650GS before it's all over. Would really like to find a Dirt Ninja, but they're rare as hen's teeth. Shoot me some info on those bikes for sale if ya don't mind
Hey mang... I gots a Wee for sale
Wouldn't mind a DR650, or a GenI KLR again.... Let the airhead do skreet only duty
Low mileage too!
Man oh man have I ever got a deal for The Dealer...I get yer Wee, and you get my KLR and about a hundred dollars! My old KLR oughta last ya at least another 10 or 12 yrs considering the kinda miles yer riding these days
Ya know.... Sadly, that's true
Taken from the Turkey Trot Committee Ride last weekend: this ain't a KLR, but SingleTrackJeff's wheelweight setup is KLRista approved
And this is how KTM riders do it
Can't hide money, and that's a fact
KTM riders don't balance tires... they just keep swapping new ones on until they get one that feels right
I don't need to spend money on fancy wheel weights, that leaves more to buy the wife off to let me go ridding
It's hard to tell the difference in wheel bounce and thumper thumping
Right on, Jeff--yer an Honorary KLRista, and that's high praise for a DR rider
Took Ye Olde KLR out to Grassy Point yesterday AM, and noticed some new signage. The days of free camping out there are coming to an end, figured it'd happen sooner or later. The new camping rules include permits and FEES
I got caught taking a pee in the swimming pool today.
The lifeguard shouted at me so loud, I nearly fell in.
I hate it when that happens
I never get caught
I've been here, Its between Atmore and Brewton on the left, North of Milton
...and I used to live in Milton
That there's the Lower Alabama Range...I think maybe one of those peaks is Britton Hill, Florida's highest point. Right now there's prolly just a little bit of snow left up there; might head up this weekend to get outta the heat, and see if this newfangled fuel injection on the Wee really does work at high altitudes