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Old 10-04-2005, 07:25 PM   #21
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i would also agree on the weakness of crabb.
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Old 10-04-2005, 08:34 PM   #22
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Maybe my gf will let me take the beastly 250 out. I'm not sure my bike will be in riding shape that soon.
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Old 10-04-2005, 09:01 PM   #24
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imma be in cali. have fun guys, dont be on the roads and be safe
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Old 10-04-2005, 10:03 PM   #25
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Why don't you guys go out to Fayetteville... thems some good roads. Plus it's not one of your weeny 150 mile rides. :icon_bigg

Back when I was your age (like 2 years ago) we used to ride 250-400 miles every ride...

...in 2ft of snow... uphill both ways.
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Im not going to make it, no video footage from me recorded. IM going to be in dallas for state fair and UT vs OU game. PARTY TIME!
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Old 10-04-2005, 10:48 PM   #27
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crab and racer both arent that great. Anyone ever been to the Hornda-egypt area?
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crab and racer both arent that great. Anyone ever been to the Hornda-egypt area?
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Old 10-04-2005, 11:51 PM   #29
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crab and racer both arent that great. Anyone ever been to the Hornda-egypt area?
Yes and it is nice!!

Steve I am not familiar with the roads in Fayetville but loved it the last time I went. If sombody could direct us, I would love to go!!
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this ride seems fun, wish i was gonna be here
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them are nice roads.
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Old 10-04-2005, 11:59 PM   #32
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Why don't you guys go out to Fayetteville... thems some good roads. Plus it's not one of your weeny 150 mile rides. :icon_bigg

Back when I was your age (like 2 years ago) we used to ride 250-400 miles every ride...

...in 2ft of snow... uphill both ways.

Been there aswell.

I heard they re-did the road.
I might just check it out.
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Old 10-05-2005, 08:14 AM   #33
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take us.
i really wish i could, ive only been 3 times and i cant remember how to get there. Its been over a year since ive been. It use to be so fun when we got a group and went riding out there in that area. We would meet up about 1030am on Sunday then ride out , ride around stop somewhere in the country grab a bite to eat, sit around and BS, get back on the bikes ride around some for a few hours. Stop get gas and bs some more. Ride some more. Wouldnt get back into the city till like 6pm.

We need to somehow find a map of the roads up in that area. Weather is getting good again.
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Old 10-05-2005, 08:19 AM   #34
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im still trying to get my brakes working, if i get them feeling better, im down.
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i really wish i could, ive only been 3 times and i cant remember how to get there. Its been over a year since ive been. It use to be so fun when we got a group and went riding out there in that area. We would meet up about 1030am on Sunday then ride out , ride around stop somewhere in the country grab a bite to eat, sit around and BS, get back on the bikes ride around some for a few hours. Stop get gas and bs some more. Ride some more. Wouldnt get back into the city till like 6pm.

We need to somehow find a map of the roads up in that area. Weather is getting good again.
I'd be down for that, sounds like a blast. Plus a lot of country homestyle resturants have good food.
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I'd be down for that, sounds like a blast. Plus a lot of country homestyle resturants have good food.
Ryan come up on this side of town on a sunday with us. You won't be dissapointed.
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Ryan come up on this side of town on a sunday with us. You won't be dissapointed.
I will try. My bike is at suzuki getting an estimate on all the up parts. I want to pick it up on friday.

My front brakes were totally gone though after the track stuff and all the hards rides ive been going on. I rode home that night with no front brakes at all.
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Old 10-05-2005, 12:22 PM   #38
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I don't care what roads we hit just as long as they are as cool as the ones from last Saturday it will be all good. Personally I think the sweepers are good because the skillz of the different are obviously staggered and someone hitting a sweeper a little off target is a lot better than them hitting a tight turn off target, IMO. But like I said before I don't give a where lets just do it. I am not trying to go fast than I can handle so if some other dumbass does that's on them.
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i really wish i could, ive only been 3 times and i cant remember how to get there. Its been over a year since ive been. It use to be so fun when we got a group and went riding out there in that area. We would meet up about 1030am on Sunday then ride out , ride around stop somewhere in the country grab a bite to eat, sit around and BS, get back on the bikes ride around some for a few hours. Stop get gas and bs some more. Ride some more. Wouldnt get back into the city till like 6pm.

We need to somehow find a map of the roads up in that area. Weather is getting good again.
Somebody, I think Zapata, had posted up a detailed map of 'rider friendly' roads around houston... it has the fayetteville roads as well.. i just cant remember which section it is in..probably the videos and pics section
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ill try to make it out but ya never know how friday night is gonna go....might not be feeling up to it :BangHead:
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