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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Tewster2, Mar 29, 2019.
You wanna meet for lunch at Vernon's BBQ in Conroe when I come through?...love the place!
copy that....i'll watch this thread& meet ya whenever...thanks for the reply
I'll be starting a new thread the first of the year in the Day Tripping section.
That will be sweet! Keep an eye out for when you do the IDBDR seeings how we live close to that now. Cheers!
Oh boy,new thread to read
My new van build for this summer....
Since you are doing D2D next year are you considering the Dempster to Tuk?
All is fluid...would love to ride the Dempster if the weather is good.
So. You keeping her stock or do you have a horse power upgrade in mind?
If anyone could, it would be you!
Every time I see a Sprinter on the road I think, not as nice as Tim's, but nice. Then I cuss you because I know you are out enjoying life somewhere.
No HP mods at all....I could spend $2,000 to get may be 4 HP haha...I'd rather put that money in my pocket and ride the thing
I think he was referring to your new van build.
Haha now I know
so true. I bought a Talon and have maybe 7hrs on it. fl is definitely not the state for s x s's
I've been waiting for something like this...will be perfect to take on the carrier on back of the van for exploring all the small towns and local areas during my travels around North America ...hell I'd even like to ride it back to Deadhorse too!
Is a modern CT125 officially announced or is it still a teasing concept bike? Last summer I picked up a 1980 CT110 and I have spent the last few months reconditioning it. I’ve transformed it into a reliable strong running bike, but it still has drum brakes, 6V lighting, kick starter, and a carb. None of those old school features are a significant problem, but It would be terrific if I could get a CT in a modern package.
For puttering...or more like wizzing around I pre-ordered a Juiced HyperScorpion.
Do these bikes need to be plated for use on the roads?
My pa had a 1986 CT110 sitting in his shop with less than 200 miles on it. He's since given it to me. I love riding this thing!