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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Y E T I, Apr 20, 2011.
If the kind of guys that started this event are such a bore, try a different event
FI RULES! we filled up at the same time, then the following day, we gassed up again just to find out my 06 used up 1/2 gal more gas than fypp's 2010.
wohooo, we found dirt
my tired old eyes still able to spot this poor guy and got avoided from getting crushed
tihis part of kern river is unique....confucious said "the quiet ones have depth".....
riding back to camp
we got back to camp and the party already began
ken, chris, don, randy and brian; nice hack btw...
that's scott wearing thongs
scorpion finally made it, rode as much dirt possible from rowher, great job dave!
ken, dannyG, chitown, and yetigs
mat, mark and shannon
mike showing the women how to grind....
the mayor at work
the boys from the hood
dannyG was here
love it... PS not every one knows the history
i'm not riding a 1200 twin cylinder motorcycle. i didn't say anything about others riding them. just as i was told from a FF at the event that they hate single track.... different strokes.
Good. Now we got all this off our chests we can move on and enjoy the ride report. Otherwise Yeti may need to move this crap to JM.
Post up your pic's, bitches
This ride vs drive debate is some funny poo
One of the things I like most about ADV is that this is where I have found the most true motorcycle enthusiasts who appreciate ALL aspects of the riding experience. Not just 'bikers' who are exclusively road-racers or cruisers or off-roaders or tourers. Almost everyone I know here has, or has had, a wide variety of bikes over their riding career.
They 'get it'
This also seems to be a community where everyone can find their place (with the exception of a few wannabees or posers who may be looking for awhile)
I've ridden to 4 previous WARPs, always on my 950A. This year I hauled up a different bike to better experience some of the other riding opportunities the area has to offer. Its all good
I fully plan to be at WARPED XVII, probly on my 2020 Zongshen 50kW eV2
Hope to see you FFs there
Yeah, i'll get a RR goin' in a bit...
I think this is, pretty much, the key here. Some people like to ride small dirt bikes on single track while others prefer to ride their bigger bikes to the event and ride whatever dirt they can.
The point, as I see it, to WARPED is that we all like riding motorcycles and drinking beer and lying about how well we ride our motorcycles.
So why is it that people seem to feel a need to insult or question the type of motorcycles that others ride or how they get to the event. Some of the bigger trailers created some logistical headaches, but that was MY problem to deal with. (Others could take a lesson from how gracious Conestogaman was when he was asked to move his stuff to make way for a trailer. Thank you Jeff.)
Let's please get this back on track to pictures and stories from the weekend. Ok?
oooops, danny i can't help it. just like pulling off a scab on a healing wound....
true, there's some history to be remembered.....
NOW you done it. :eek1
i will try... usually snow will limit how high we can go
these guys were quick when it comes to dinner time
shannon smiling; hey joe keep your eyes where they belong....
ss only had a small portion
scott did a great job on the program
dsm8.....nice job making the plaque for mike's family
fyyp was one of the lucky winners
random pics of bikes
joe rode this one from sf
sunday morning, breakfast at the same place again
our goal is to take jawbone on the way home and treat ourselves with some nice and easy dirt
sierra hw heading south towards hw178; that's one bitching road
stopped here to see if tt was home
no one was home and off we go again
well, at least someone got a picture of my bike (r1100rs on the right). I musta been keeping a _real_ low profile, as I haven't seen my ugly mug in anyone's snaps yet.
It's the camera on their helmets that made me think of it.
Great pics so far folks. It's appreciated by those of us who weren't able to make it. Looks like the weather was pretty comfortable.
Any details on the plaque for Mike's family? That was a really nice thing to do.
on our way to jawbone
this place is gorgeous
we checked out the alien space ship
many parts of the road were washed out and made it not difficult, but challenging for the big bikes
don't know the name of this valley, but sure it's pretty
ooooops! the 990 is just as big as a small horse...
looking at the belly of a best!
though the road was dry, it was surprisingly dust free
lots of these
we were still at least 10 miles away from the hw