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Old 06-08-2005, 11:35 PM   #1
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Old 06-08-2005, 11:42 PM   #3
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Whoo...I have a real problem here!!!

Why do all these riders have clean shirts??????????

I can understand the riding and all that but you have to admit, there's mud somethere!!!!!!!
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Old 06-08-2005, 11:46 PM   #4
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Hi Tom,

I think these are from the Harlan Co. Ridge Runners
from Kentucy

Do you have this kinda fun in Oklahoma?
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that looks like some serious fun
but what is up with the clean T's ??
and the first thing this California boy noticed, was NO HELMETS !
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Well, I used to ride, not as deep in the mud as that but some days it looked almost as bad except my shirt was always filthy too. Finally decided I was just having too much fun for my body and quit it. Now I'm paying for all those old injuries, you know, things that don't work well when its cold or just plain don't work. I think the bike rode me more than I rode it. "Helmets" What, and take all the fun out of it.
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I think the old adage Speed Kills! live forever, ride a 4 stroke applies here LOL.

I have my fun riding like a stark raving lunatic through the woods as fast as i can on 2 wheels. some call them, hare scrambles!
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i almost hate saying that i am now a 4 stroker as well. My mindset i suppose. I sigh as i say that cause those deucers are a riot.
BUT, when i walk across the street once in a while on my lunch hour to the bike shop down the street, and see all those rows of bikes,... you got to admit some of those high pitched screamers certainly want to go home with me in the back of my truck

Get that new converter intalled?
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Ridin' the sippy hole.
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More mud.......




Punch it..........

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Man...was gonna try to turn in, but it appears everyone ramped up the giggle factor!

I'm sorry...but I did I trip in Baja about 3 years ago on my XR250, and found many of these boggs that weren't man-made...I get the shivers just looking at (partly because snow was involved, the the previous day it was 76 degrees- who needs any 'stinkin' coats!).


Too much fun...I wish posting pics was alot easier- I'd have some pics fer ya!
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Good Lord , was I sittin on the post button or what?
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HD!

No prob! But it was one of those 'don't wanna do it again things'...

Now...in the middle of the 120 degree desert, and I'd get over it real quick! I suspect that these pics have that kind of ambient temp goin' on!
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That was something.... I think I'm under control now.

My eldest son and I did some muddin' awhile back and the thin I remember most is 4 hours of getting the mud out of everywhere.
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