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Old 08-04-2014, 04:08 AM   #21
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Good pics, thanks for posting. Great dirty ride. Next time somebody else gets to bring up the dusty rear
Hopefully next time we get a fresh rain the day before.....
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Old 08-04-2014, 06:43 AM   #22
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Hopefully next time we get a fresh rain the day before.....
Or many days before. I don't think that route could ever get muddy. Heavy rain would put some waterholes in your path but never sticky snotty mud like you find further north.

How big was your tab when you made it back to Yankees?

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Or many days before. I don't think that route could ever get muddy. Heavy rain would put some waterholes in your path but never sticky snotty mud like you find further north.



How big was your tab when you made it back to Yankees?



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Lol, all the doctor and lawyer Harley riders used their own tabs.
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Old 08-04-2014, 08:49 AM   #24
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Hopefully next time we get a fresh rain the day before.....
My jacket and riding pants were dirtier from our ride than they got the whole 3,500 miles to colorado and back.
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Lol, all the doctor and lawyer Harley riders used their own tabs.
Riding home I was thinking you did that on purpose so it gave you guys an excuse to go back for another look at the eye candy. I almost turned around to join you but then remembered my work and a tenant waiting on me so I didn't. I still want to know what if anything was under that t-shirt.

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Old 08-04-2014, 08:52 AM   #26
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A few pics I snapped.

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Hmmm... which tire doesn't belong? I'm blaming the tires for my two close calls dropping the monster.


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Bastards! I wish i still had my XRR!! I need to find some dirt wheels for my 690SMC. Looks like a good time!!
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Good thing no group photo taken or the glare off our chrome domes might have caused a solar flare.

We should start a M/C Club. We would be the true 1 percenters as only 1% of riders take their street bikes on dirt and sand. We could name our club "The Baldidos". No colors or patches required only a dirty jacket.

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Cheeseburger Loop was the ride. Hail had a good, continuous route.

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Looks like a ton of fun.. any of this route consist of trespassing private property? Will a Dr 650 do?
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No private property. Accessible to all street legal dual sports large and small.
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Old 08-04-2014, 12:30 PM   #33
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The one dingleberry loop in the middle is optional and used for fuel only if there are smaller ds bikes with lower rang.
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Looks like a ton of fun.. any of this route consist of trespassing private property? Will a Dr 650 do?
The only rule is no SDRC, BORC, or DORC douchebaggery on any of my rides or threads. I have zero time for that .
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Good thing no group photo taken or the glare off our chrome domes might have caused a solar flare.

We should start a M/C Club. We would be the true 1 percenters as only 1% of riders take their street bikes on dirt and sand. We could name our club "The Baldidos". No colors or patches required only a dirty jacket.

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I have to figure that sand out. Scared the bejesus out of me twice when I hit it. Slow motion tank slapper. Almost dumped it both times.
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The only rule is no SDRC, BORC, or DORC douchebaggery on any of my rides or threads. I have zero time for that .

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Ummm. Yeah SDRC "Sargent at Arms". You do know the Sargent at Arms is the club enforcer, right?
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where the like button, lol


my kinna ride, as long as motards with about 90mile tank range is welcome
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Of course. You can show me how to manage
Gravel and sand on street tires. You would have been fine with 90 mile range.
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Ummm. Yeah SDRC "Sargent at Arms". You do know the Sargent at Arms is the club enforcer, right?
OMG no wayyyy... Really??? And it's spelled sergeant... BTW it's not a club... It's a state of mind.
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