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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Nightstalker, Nov 24, 2012.
More Honda Hill shots.
JumperDave woke up for this one.
4play flashed by so quick I was lucky to get this shot!
RWAZ and Bucket Girl
4play and WildBill lend Crilly a hand.
I really appreciate the time & effort you guys put into taking & posting the pictures!
Me too. Sorry I couldn't make it. Glad you guys had too much fun.
Destination Coke Ovens.
We took a spin down to the Gila River.
And a walk though time...
Eric defies gravity as he floats above a bed of iron death.
Heading back to the ovens.
Riding the Gila.
Eric departed for greener pastures.
We found a deep spot in the river.
The group split with about half returning the way we came and the rest taking the easier shorter route out BattleAx.
BattleAx provides great views of the White Canyon Wilderness.
Back at the trucks I found DOD's calling card.
And Honda Hill's next victim.
Let the after party begin!
We packed them in and they fed us well!
How about some food pictures?
Crilly picked up the tab, for everyone! Thank you sir!
Looks like an awesome day. I was out knocking around on the SE and thought y'all might be around for lunch.
Beautiful day! Thanks for posting the pics.
Looks like a great day! Sorry I missed it!
I have missed the Coke Ovens ride every year until now.
What a great time!
Here is ADV saluting Nightstalker, and Hoosier
Bikes at the Ajax mine
Cyberdos bike before:
And after the trailside repair:
I've seen the Gila a lot higher than this:
This may have been "post Tequila"
Next year I am in. hey Crilly how did the 250 L do? I would have let you try mine so you didn't have to buy one to check it out.
nice rr guys. I tried, but failed to make this ride. tried to do too many things in one weekend, and just ran out of time to make the ride.
camper trailor is in deer valley for the winter. where to this weekend. husky still not together so kilr is the main ride for another 2 or 3 weeks.
Here are a couple of videos from the ride.
I can't believe the little bike actually made it. By the time we got to the downhill approaching Honda Hill I thought I'd have to walk back to the truck leaving the bike on the trail in pieces.
I really can't say enough about this little bike but it's definitely not the right bike for this type of terrain. At least not in its completely stock form. But hey, even if I threw some money at it there's only so much you can do with a beastly 7 horsepower!
Thanks again to everyone for a great ride.
Always gorgeous out there.
I couldn't contain my laughter every time I saw the 125 next to all the other bikes.
I'm glad others found it just as amusing.
The only time the beastly TTR was down for a nap was fortunately(sort of) when I got not one but two large cracks on my tank. :huh WTF is it with me and cracking tanks? Must be that my balls are too heavy.
Waiting for the melee to clear from the infamous Honda Hill.
Some high speed traffic.
And then some congestion.
We may need to modify David's name to Sleeper Dave although he did manage to somehow drain a perfectly good battery by the end of the day to keep his jumper legacy well and alive.