Big Bikes are the ultimate challenge!
Originally Posted by jack splash
I for one don't care what you ride and thank you for what you have done in the Northeast for big bike events. You are well appreciated.
Well said Dave!
Jack, I'll never forget the Monduro Rally that you organized for us. It was a very challenging ride, and I couldn't have finished it without the assistance and advise of many others. But I did finish it, and I was mega-pleased with my ability to ride my R12 GS ADV through the deep sand and skinny tracks.
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Plus, there's something very nastalgic about loading all your gear on the bike, riding to the event, setting up camp, riding the "Monduro" or whatever Rally, and then loading all your gear back onto your bike, and heading for home.
Yes, I ride my baby enduro in the Sandblast, and I have a grand time. But Jack, please keep advancing the Big Bike agenda. And I hope to see you in the Pine Barrens as well as at the Sandblast Rally again!
Semper Fidelis, Buck
Mine: '10 R1200 GS ADV (30th Anniversary), '08 WR250R, & '72 R75/5 ToasterTank with sidecar
Hers: '09 F800 ST
Recon_Buck screwed with this post 03-08-2013 at 09:53 AM