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Old 04-16-2008, 10:53 AM   #46
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I'll be riding up to Mendo 4/21 if anyone wants to join me, 650 XChallenge with knobbies. I have another possible rider coming on a 650R.

Santa Rosa, Chalk Hill Rd - Healsburg - Geyserville - 101 N - Cow Mountain - Lakeport - Upper Lake - Deer Valley - French Ridge - Indian Reservoir - Bear Valley Rd - ClearLake - Middletown - Calistoga - Santa Rosa.

Packing a lunch..
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Old 04-16-2008, 01:12 PM   #47
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I'll be riding up to Mendo 4/21 if anyone wants to join me, 650 XChallenge with knobbies. I have another possible rider coming on a 650R.

Santa Rosa, Chalk Hill Rd - Healsburg - Geyserville - 101 N - Cow Mountain - Lakeport - Upper Lake - Deer Valley - French Ridge - Indian Reservoir - Bear Valley Rd - ClearLake - Middletown - Calistoga - Santa Rosa.

Packing a lunch..
Heads up for little surprises already there, and surely a few more in this current high wind.
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Old 04-16-2008, 06:47 PM   #48
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I might could use a rear TKC80, let me talk to the bank.
looks like $137.95 Im gonna see how the Distanzia's do in the dirt. Knobbies simply DO NOT LAST!!
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Old 04-16-2008, 09:16 PM   #49
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Dual Sport Movie Night - April 27

I'm crashing this mid-week ride thread. I'll probably be able to do some midweek rides in the future, but right now I'm pimping a movie night in beautiful downtown Penngrove on Sunday, April 27. Go over there and sign up. Food and bike videos - can you beat it?
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Old 04-16-2008, 09:39 PM   #50
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DOOOOODE!!! Your timming....FECK..... you realize that is the weekend of WARPED, right? GREAAAAT Idea..but... dayum.
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Old 04-16-2008, 11:06 PM   #51
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Hey ~Me,

I generally can do a ride mid week with a bit of notice, Tuesdays are generally a good try. My bud, Sandplow can arrange schedule for midweeks sometimes, Tuesdays good for him too I beleive later in week not so good.

I'm in West county (around the corner from capt. huggie, who I often see two hundred miles away from here), Sandplow's in SR. We ride big duallies, small dualies and trials bikes of sorts.

drop a PM and welcome
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Old 04-18-2008, 11:33 AM   #52
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I'll be riding up to Mendo 4/21 if anyone wants to join me, 650 XChallenge with knobbies. I have another possible rider coming on a 650R.

Santa Rosa, Chalk Hill Rd - Healsburg - Geyserville - 101 N - Cow Mountain - Lakeport - Upper Lake - Deer Valley - French Ridge - Indian Reservoir - Bear Valley Rd - ClearLake - Middletown - Calistoga - Santa Rosa.

Packing a lunch..
Might be able to swing in on this one. Need to check my schedule.
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Old 04-18-2008, 11:36 AM   #53
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looks like $137.95 Im gonna see how the Distanzia's do in the dirt. Knobbies simply DO NOT LAST!!
$137.95 Do i get a kiss with that? So do you still need a second tire purchase? I have Distanzia's on my cummute set of wheels but havent got them dirty. I use the TKC's on the other wheel set and try to get them dirty as much as possible. They dont last long though.
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Old 04-18-2008, 12:15 PM   #54
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$137.95 Do i get a kiss with that? So do you still need a second tire purchase? I have Distanzia's on my cummute set of wheels but havent got them dirty. I use the TKC's on the other wheel set and try to get them dirty as much as possible. They dont last long though.
How do you like those distanza's? Any good in the dirt? Im hoping they are a LITTLE bit knobbier than a tourance but last longer than a TKC. Im planning on riding down to WARPED on the Distanzia and knobby front. We'll see how that works.

$137.50 is what the cost on the site is for the TKC on SWmoto (no?). Ill be ordering when I get home this eve so let me know if you want to order the second tire.
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Old 04-18-2008, 12:16 PM   #55
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I'm in West county (around the corner from capt. huggie, who I often see two hundred miles away from here), Sandplow's in SR. We ride big duallies, small dualies and trials bikes of sorts.

drop a PM and welcome
You coming to MayDay Meelee?
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Old 04-18-2008, 12:36 PM   #56
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You coming to MayDay Meelee?
Yeah, Being basically 'round the corner, I figured I would take a ride up and say hello to some of the campers.

Hope peeps will be around Saturday Afternoon and not all canoeing or riding.
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Old 04-18-2008, 04:52 PM   #57
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How do you like those distanza's? Any good in the dirt? Im hoping they are a LITTLE bit knobbier than a tourance but last longer than a TKC. Im planning on riding down to WARPED on the Distanzia and knobby front. We'll see how that works.

$137.50 is what the cost on the site is for the TKC on SWmoto (no?). Ill be ordering when I get home this eve so let me know if you want to order the second tire.
Gillafunk, I shot you a PM about the rear tire. I will take a Metzler Karoo T(travler). Try some thing else.

The Avons I like on the street. I havent had them on any dirt. I think from looking they will grip slightly better than the Tourance. Mike (motorsports) really pushed me to try them. They are cheaper than the Tourances and proclaim a higher mile rate.
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Old 04-22-2008, 07:45 PM   #58
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Anyone interested in riding around Stoneyford this Thursday/Friday? I'm gonna camp/stage at the Goat Mtn area. I'll be on a DRZ400S.
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Old 04-23-2008, 10:35 AM   #59
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[quote=vrago]Hey ~Me,

I generally can do a ride mid week with a bit of notice, Tuesdays are generally a good try. My bud, Sandplow can arrange schedule for midweeks sometimes, Tuesdays good for him too I beleive later in week not so good.

I'm in West county (around the corner from capt. huggie, who I often see two hundred miles away from here), Sandplow's in SR. We ride big duallies, small dualies and trials bikes of sorts.

drop a PM and welcome[/quote


GillaFunk nice avator......
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Old 04-24-2008, 08:53 PM   #60
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weekdays?

hey, count me in for a earlier in the week ride. By the way vrago and I will be taking the plated dirtbikes up to cow mountain on sunday if anybody is interested. Should be good times considering the weather.
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