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Old 01-19-2010, 11:46 PM   #1
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I was thinking of taking a trip...a sports bike trip or what ever you may ride. Maybe take place in late February or early March. I am thinking of camping out rather than spending money on hotel. Here is the route. If your interested lets talk and work the small details out.


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Old 01-20-2010, 02:31 AM   #2
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interesting ive been wanting to do a trip on da bike .....gotta tink about it though...
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Old 01-20-2010, 09:04 PM   #3
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my buddy n I did river a few months ago but we took the long way start with the 3 sister n thn headed to big ben then to river rd it was a long ride but man the beauty out there is amazing
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Old 01-20-2010, 09:06 PM   #4
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Yeah I probably wouldn't use a tent just a pancho incase of rain. I am thinking three maybe four days. Leave on a Friday morning and return on a Monday. It all depends on how we would want to push our selves, or who needs to get back to work. I think we could make it to Big Bend in a day and stay the night then ride the roads out there. Sleep at the park that night and then return if on a tight schedule the next day or if not do another circuit out there somewhere and go sight seeing.

So if you can only get one day off work lets talk.
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... I think we could make it to Big Bend in a day and stay the night then ride the roads out there.
It's a long way out there. Better bring your iron if you are gonna try and do it in 1 day.
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Old 01-25-2010, 10:34 PM   #6
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yeah probably take more than one day. I am up for anything so if we want to do this we have a little time to work out the details.

IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT THIS RIDE.
Lets talk about what the hold up may be and get a work around for you so you can do it too. I am open for suggestions.

If you are serious about it PM me so we can talk about the route and packing details. I was thinking about back roads.
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I would love to do this, but I would need to be back before Monday (work).
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it has been a while since I have posted about this. I still want to do it but there seems to be very little interest as no one has pm'd me. Time is getting short if we want to do this.

JDM ED - we can do a weekend thing. Maybe leave before 5pm traffic or what ever you can fit in. Even not go as far if that is what it takes.

Lets talk.
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