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Old 05-30-2009, 08:03 PM   #6916
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Yeah me too........
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Old 05-30-2009, 08:06 PM   #6917
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200 plus miles for me too.
Big group w/ no real problems. The food and beer in Wrightwood was great.



Joel was talking about the "jugs" on his dream HP2 here.


Toby, it's Orme Bros. in Northridge for the hydraulic lines.
http://www.ormebrothers.com/
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Old 05-30-2009, 08:38 PM   #6918
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Joel was talking about the "jugs" on his dream HP2 here.
Am I mistaken..
or did BMW quit selling the HP2 Enduro.
I haven't seen it on their site for quite some time now..
I still need to pay off my LT before I can lust after another one
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Old 05-30-2009, 09:13 PM   #6919
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Old 05-30-2009, 11:48 PM   #6920
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I just bought Toast's beast..... ....holy moly it is light compared to the SE....


The Bike has the SW-Motech rig on the KTM tail bag.....

Also....Piped...mapped...Trail Tricks R spec suspension front and rear....Renazco...etc...etc.....

more farkles to come....bash plate...Scott's already here....





This pic is for you Toast.....

Oh boy, that does look nice. TrailTricks old european rear end looks good on my old rear end, your new rear end.

Some would guess, but I can confirm that I have nowwhats SE now.

Rode the bike around the neighborhood a bit today, I can't believe how nimble that 950se is compared to my 950 ADV.

My plan will be to confirm the "super" in Super Enduro and then sell the 950 Adventure and have just 1 bike.

Since you have already covered both sides with an unusual amount of scratches , I won't be afraid to lay it down on occasions.

Nowwhat stickers have been retired, bar risers installed, Zumo has been mounted.

Tires to be mounted, ride to be scheduled...
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:26 AM   #6921
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Some would guess, but I can confirm that I have nowwhats SE now.

Rode the bike around the neighborhood a bit today, I can't believe how nimble that 950se is compared to my 950 ADV.

My plan will be to confirm the "super" in Super Enduro and then sell the 950 Adventure and have just 1 bike.

Since you have already covered both sides with an unusual amount of scratches , I won't be afraid to lay it down on occasions.

Nowwhat stickers have been retired, bar risers installed, Zumo has been mounted.

Tires to be mounted, ride to be scheduled...
congrats tony...you lucky bas*@!#... nice to see all the good bikes stay in the community...keep the mileage low for the next owners, and one of them could be me.....
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:29 AM   #6922
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Joel where are your pics??????
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:53 AM   #6923
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Little T to Wrightwood Sat Ride

filled up my 7 gal tank on the way and noticed the price of gas was creeping up.


everyone was on time when i showed up, including me...., total of 12 riders, sopascat, dunerat, johngil, spafxer, randyM, biggiefalls, rustler, rebarman, tripi, davebrow, 8)H, and sgtsmoker.



who's that guy taking my pic in a ktm jacket riding a gs800?...


sat ride leader was...now you see/now you don't dunerat......... hey noel, thanks for leading the ride and the 6-stop breaktime (what a coincidence it is = to a 6-pack.......... )


we're glad to see a couple of fresh faces, tripi (mx jersey) and davidbrow (sunglasses)....biggiefalls in black rode from orange county...


randy, the other rider from OC....


this ride was mellow, mostly intermediate riders


when we made it to the scd trailhead...it's funny to see the pecking order was still intact...
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:17 AM   #6924
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wtf... ....an audi r8... ...on scd...we talked briefly and the driver asked me how far the pavement goes. advised him to turn around.








good to see none of the FFs landed on his hood..


dr, biggie, and rebarman



tripi on his 990adv....





biggie's ride is a nice 510



dunerat can generate 3x more dust than anyone from the rest of us...



just what i said, it takes 3 of us to put out the same shit dr can make...



poor sopascat and me eating all their shit.....
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:20 AM   #6925
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Am I mistaken..
or did BMW quit selling the HP2 Enduro.
I haven't seen it on their site for quite some time now..
I still need to pay off my LT before I can lust after another one
there's hp2 enduro with 2K miles and the owner is giving me a good deal.....must resist, must resist, must resist.....where the heck is my anti-hypnotic device....
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:29 AM   #6926
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I seem to recall that one of you guys has a line on buying tires in bulk for a discount. Is this the right thread?
hey chris, we had 2 mass buys on tires. unbeatable prices and it will be a long while before we see that happen again (after i use up the 12 tires i have in my garage or sell them at inflated price... )

contact trailttrick, he has a bunch still, he'll match or beat any best price you'll see.
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:39 AM   #6927
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hey chris, we had 2 mass buys on tires. unbeatable prices and it will be a long while before we see that happen again (after i use up the 12 tires i have in my garage or sell them at inflated price... )

contact trailttrick, he has a bunch still, he'll match or beat any best price you'll see.
Thanks Joel!
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:48 AM   #6928
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mandatory stop at the north fork rest area....dr, 8)H, and dave


toby, cathy and jim



after the break, we took off and not too far we stopped again for another break...


the sargeant trying to figure out why we're stopping...


after seeing our ride leader is not empty handed, now i know...


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Old 05-31-2009, 10:12 AM   #6929
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Thanks to everyone! Great ride.
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Old 05-31-2009, 11:24 AM   #6930
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Toby, it's Orme Bros. in Northridge for the hydraulic lines.
http://www.ormebrothers.com/
Thanks John..
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