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Old 04-07-2014, 11:20 AM   #27526
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Please pass the word . I am trying to sell the GS . Me and Suzanne are trying to buy a house and some land . I am asking $5000. The bike has 60k on it @1 inch front wheel ADV shocks . skid plates ,cases .well maintained . This is a very capable machine for the adventurous .
Hey that ain't a dirtbike!

Lotta bike for the money here--I've followed this machine all over the western half of the FL Panhandle, and all the while it was being ridden like a True. Dirtbike. And I've never seen it on a trailer or in the back of a truck.

Hope the bike sells quickly BZ, so you can buy yer dream house and grab a good deal on a 12GS, so we can explore BW some more...


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Old 04-07-2014, 02:25 PM   #27527
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Hey that ain't a dirtbike!

Lotta bike for the money here--I've followed this machine all over the western half of the FL Panhandle, and all the while it was being ridden like a True. Dirtbike. And I've never seen it on a trailer or in the back of a truck.

Hope the bike sells quickly BZ, so you can buy yer dream house and grab a good deal on a 12GS, so we can explore BW some more...


Thanks I am going to miss her .. I need it gone real soon we got the house .. we just have to work out a few things .I am open to offers . Its a great bike
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Old 04-08-2014, 04:21 PM   #27528
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good luck BZ

in other news,

I will be moving to Colorado by the end of the month! Got me one o dem wildland firefighting jobs. Gonna be stationed in Montrose, between Grand Junction and Telluride. Workin for the BLM on a type 6 engine.

My question is - where do all you FFs ride when you vacation up there? Also, any idea about OHV regulations? Seems they may require a sticker of some sort?

I'm headin out a lil early to acclimate/ride.
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Old 04-08-2014, 04:57 PM   #27529
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good luck BZ

in other news,

I will be moving to Colorado by the end of the month! Got me one o dem wildland firefighting jobs. Gonna be stationed in Montrose, between Grand Junction and Telluride. Workin for the BLM on a type 6 engine.

My question is - where do all you FFs ride when you vacation up there? Also, any idea about OHV regulations? Seems they may require a sticker of some sort?

I'm headin out a lil early to acclimate/ride.
Wow! Hate to see ya go but that sounds like a killer deal. And uber pretty area. Have been to both Telluride and Grand Junction, very nice area, you'll love it. Need to get a snowmobile for the winters then you'll be set. Good luck man.
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Old 04-08-2014, 05:16 PM   #27530
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Old 04-08-2014, 06:06 PM   #27531
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Yo Yo PAR riders,
Looks like I can't drag the ButcherMan(K-dub) up with me & Mr. Walker is headed to Tenn this wknd to do a family/nephew ride. So it's a solo round trip 4 bonzo here.

Hope 1-2 pm arrival Fri.aft, Vic PM or Email me with gps route/tracks I will try & load on my garmin dinosaur & let me know where to pasture park, I'll work on getting the PAR ADV flagpole up & wild turkey feathers flying.

Thanks to the duke & club for this offering & all efforts involved. Looking forward to seeing all the gent's & mongrels that I missed last Turkey Trot via mis-diagnosed heart attack bruhaha. ( 1.8 mile , $809 waah-mbulance ride for nought)

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Old 04-09-2014, 02:05 AM   #27532
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Badass riding over there.

All you need is a plate and an annual OHV sticker. I think it cost us $15 when we went. We road the Telluride/Ouray areas for six days. There is plenty out there. Start lurking on the Colorado regional page or PM MItrnsplt for some good tracks.

And be warned, Calico Trail and Black Bear Pass are a couple of the most spectacular, treacherous, difficult trails out there.

I'm jealous, I'm only moving to NJ.



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good luck BZ

in other news,

My question is - where do all you FFs ride when you vacation up there? Also, any idea about OHV regulations? Seems they may require a sticker of some sort?

I'm headin out a lil early to acclimate/ride.
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Old 04-09-2014, 05:12 AM   #27533
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good luck BZ

in other news,

I will be moving to Colorado by the end of the month! Got me one o dem wildland firefighting jobs. Gonna be stationed in Montrose, between Grand Junction and Telluride. Workin for the BLM on a type 6 engine.

My question is - where do all you FFs ride when you vacation up there? Also, any idea about OHV regulations? Seems they may require a sticker of some sort?

I'm headin out a lil early to acclimate/ride.

Congrats. .

I've only ridden out there twice. Once near the Telluride area and the second in Buena Vista. Awesome, you'll love it. Taylor Park requires a permit and is a must do if you like knarly single track.
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:07 AM   #27534
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...in other news,

I will be moving to Colorado by the end of the month!...
Enjoy Colorado brother. Happy for you. We talked how cool it is out west, and you beat me to it. Go west young man !!
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:26 AM   #27535
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good luck BZ

in other news,

I will be moving to Colorado by the end of the month! Got me one o dem wildland firefighting jobs. Gonna be stationed in Montrose, between Grand Junction and Telluride. Workin for the BLM on a type 6 engine.

My question is - where do all you FFs ride when you vacation up there? Also, any idea about OHV regulations? Seems they may require a sticker of some sort?

I'm headin out a lil early to acclimate/ride.
Was going to do that years ago, Went over and did the Red Card training with Fl State forestry, took them 7 months to send me my card, and then they had put my fathers name were my name was to go. could not get them to give me a correct card.

Got a like new par. of Black Diamond mod. # 0909 leather wild-land boots, lace up. 14" tall size 11W, used maybe 3 times in small grass fires, no cuts or scraches, paid around $290.00.

I would take a $50

Dont forget your spark arrester , you dont need to create work. and put in for smoke-jumper, They say its REAL EASY.....
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:26 AM   #27536
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good luck BZ

in other news,

I will be moving to Colorado by the end of the month! Got me one o dem wildland firefighting jobs. Gonna be stationed in Montrose, between Grand Junction and Telluride. Workin for the BLM on a type 6 engine.

My question is - where do all you FFs ride when you vacation up there? Also, any idea about OHV regulations? Seems they may require a sticker of some sort?

I'm headin out a lil early to acclimate/ride.

Good luck and keep in touch. Still only a click away on ADV !
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Old 04-09-2014, 10:13 AM   #27537
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All you need is a plate and an annual OHV sticker. I think it cost us $15 when we went. We road the Telluride/Ouray areas for six days. There is plenty out there. Start lurking on the Colorado regional page or PM MItrnsplt for some good tracks.

And be warned, Calico Trail and Black Bear Pass are a couple of the most spectacular, treacherous, difficult trails out there.

I'm jealous, I'm only moving to NJ.
awesome, good intel - thank ya sir!

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Congrats. .

I've only ridden out there twice. Once near the Telluride area and the second in Buena Vista. Awesome, you'll love it. Taylor Park requires a permit and is a must do if you like knarly single track.
more good intel! thanks man! btw, comms incoming when I've got a minute re: drz

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Go west young man !!
your voice of wisdom is one of the many that told me the very same thing!

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Good luck and keep in touch. Still only a click away on ADV !
Thank ya maestro, I'll definitely be keeping in touch, after this summer I very well may be back for a winter season of burning on eglin.. that is, unless I find more preferable winter work over there.
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Old 04-09-2014, 12:32 PM   #27538
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Hatch,

Thanks for all the good info, advice and pictures...have a blast with the new terrain (not much sand). There is some elevation change out there I hear...the drive to the top of Mt Evans (14,270') is very nice (highest paved road in North America) but do a little research on elevation sickness, seriously, it can affect those of us who have lived down low (sea level) for a while.
Just don't end up like this guy...I filed it away for future use.

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Old 04-09-2014, 07:23 PM   #27539
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Perry Mtn.

I'm out guys, major equipment failures at the plant today & it looks like the o/t is gonna be mandatory! Y'all have fun & be careful
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Old 04-09-2014, 08:46 PM   #27540
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If anybody feels like riding the Gulf I think I'm heading to New Orleans Saturday morning. I may spend the night I may not, depends on how I'm feeling. Hell, I may leave Friday after work and ride all weekend.

If anybody is interested let me know. The weather looks great this weekend and I'm ready to ride

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