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View Results: What did the Osos do after Lica's hit in Hell's Gate?
Hit the 911 button on Lica's spot and waited for search and rescue 8 2.48%
Called Radek's cop buddy and got a TOY 4x4 extraction 17 5.28%
What's the problem? He rode out with one hand and no throttle - OSO!!! 70 21.74%
With the engineering flow chart, WD-40 and duct tape - trail repair, baby! 112 34.78%
Flagged down a tour jeep and put the bike in the back with some French tourists 31 9.63%
This is just a ploy to buy time and still act like you're working on the report, isn't it? 107 33.23%
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Old 11-10-2013, 12:07 PM   #916
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BRAVO BRAVO

All I can say is, I sure do wish I'd had an opportunity to ride with the OSO LOCOS.

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Hi Brent,
Thanks for all the kind words, your Rubicon report really helped motivate us to get out there and give it a whirl.

ADV land is a really small place, I'm pretty sure you'll be riding with an Oso sooner than later.

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Old 11-16-2013, 11:58 PM   #917
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Thanks for one of the most entertaining RR's ever!
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Old 11-19-2013, 07:23 PM   #918
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I guess I'm way late to this show. I'm in awe of the riding in the video up Schofield Pass. Major chops!
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Old 11-30-2013, 10:39 AM   #919
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Must say this RR is the new standard, like fine wine WAN reports just keep getting better. Really one of the best reports I've read to date on ADV IMHO.

10 stars **********

Fun, fun, fun...

Kelly, love all your little quirky comments that just oooze from your little finger tips, but got to say this one on the interpretive dance made coffee go up and out my nose. Or perhaps they were just being careful not to step on any threatened Columbia Spotted Frogs.




Your oso ride thru lockhart in section below reminded me of those little beady cone eyes.....the ones watching me as I rode thru in 2011. Did anyone ever snag that lockhart cone?







Sorry way late as well, not lurking much these days still recovering from a stupid cement nap on my 350.

Also hope KTM is reading adv, they should be thinking seriously about adding the oso's to their 990 R&D team .

my little sophie and her oso also enjoyed all the lap time with daddy reading this report...
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Must say this RR is the new standard, like fine wine WAN reports just keep getting better. Really one of the best reports I've read to date on ADV IMHO.

10 stars **********

Fun, fun, fun...

Kelly, love all your little quirky comments that just oooze from your little finger tips, but got to say this one on the interpretive dance made coffee go up and out my nose. Or perhaps they were just being careful not to step on any threatened Columbia Spotted Frogs.


Your oso ride thru lockhart in section below reminded me of those little beady cone eyes.....the ones watching me as I rode thru in 2011. Did anyone ever snag that lockhart cone?




Sorry way late as well, not lurking much these days still recovering from a stupid cement nap on my 350.

Also hope KTM is reading adv, they should be thinking seriously about adding the oso's to their 990 R&D team .

my little sophie and her oso also enjoyed all the lap time with daddy reading this report...
hi dvwalker!
glad you found us! Ooh. cement nap does not sound good.
hope you're healing up quickly!

yes, the UTBDR cone was found, Dances_With_Trees posted this Oct 8, 2012:

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Hope your ride was as good as ours.

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We signed the back of the note and hope others find it and do the same.
Hmm. there used to be a photo but i guess he took it down.





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I look thru the reports and never have seen any comments on the so called throttle snap on the 990 ADV
Have you guys made any mods for this on your bike or it just don't bother ya..I feather the clutch alot when off road but sure would be nice if it was as smooth as the SE , or carb models..

like the windshield project Lica is doing , this something that will be marketed?

Oh , sure was surprised you knew about the Vols , their kinda struggling now...

love the reports ,can't wait for the next one !
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The G2 throttle with 400 cam makes it like an SE
hey OldTriumphRider -
Matt also did the G2 with 400 cam, he said it helps a lot.
Yeah, sorry about the Vols.
We have 2 nieces who go to UT and a 3rd who wants to...we hear a lot of "rocky top" when we go visit.






Thanks for the silly Oso pics Jonathan and sion!
Matt went riding not too long ago and sent me this from his phone...




Somehow I expected "Los Osos" to be a double black diamond, though...







Have you guys been keeping up with Lica and his build thread?
If you're curious about his winter project, go check it out...
It's over in the OC.








Thanks for the continued kind words! I didn't want to keep bumping this just to say "thank you" but...

Thank you!
So many sweet comments.






Matt and I are working on some video and I need to go through and take some screen shots,
but I'll have a mini (very very mini) ride report to post soon.

We went down to SoCal for thanksgiving and did the District 37 LA-Barstow-Vegas Ride.
It was really good.


So, stay tuned!


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Old 12-05-2013, 02:38 PM   #921
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Lab2v 2013

LA-Barstow to Vegas Ride
November 29-30, 2013





Hey guys,
whatís up?

Matt and I just did a nice dual sport event and it was such good riding, I thought you might enjoy a mini ride report.
We have some video, but we tried something different this time - we only did one and it covers the whole thing.
You have to read this first, though (or just skip to the end - I'll be done tonight).

(For the new-to-us readers, the underlined bits of white text are clickable links )





The LA-Barstow to Vegas ride is put on by District 37 and this year was the 30th anniversary.




I had never heard of LAB2V until I saw RAZRís thread in the West forum.
It sounded fun, but I just couldnít see going down to LA in holiday traffic.
Also - riding with 500+ guys? No thanks.




Until, that is, I started getting a bazillion cray-cray emails from my family regarding Thanksgiving.
Gah.
On second thought...being in the desert with 500 guys sounds A-OK.
Weíre going riding - see ya!





Less than 2 weeks before the ride, Matt went out on his little bike (XR650R)
And did this:





He crashed in the rocks and impaled himself on something.
Did you know that Breathe Right strips make great butterfly bandages?
Apparently, they wonít stick to hair, so Matt had to burn the hair off with a lighter.






When he got home that night, his knee had swollen up to the size of a cantaloupe.
He couldnít walk and his hands were all smashed up, too.

Matt!!
You had one frickiní job for the weekend and that was ďdonít get hurtĒ




I was afraid we would have to cancel the ride and stay home for turkey day.







Luckily, BigWan was able to put on his man pants and he pulled it together in time.
He said that he felt *okay* and as long as we didnít crash, it would be fine.
Maybe.
Uh huh. Deep sand and no crashing?

Sure.



Palmdale, here we come!





We threw the bike in the back of the truck and drove down to LA.
Riding slab down I-5 is horrible, not to mention it eats up the knobs.




Got to the Holiday Inn and checked out some of the bikes.








We met Julie, one of the District 37 organizers, while we were standing around and she gave us some advice.
I was super stressed about hitting the sand with hundreds of guys and getting caught in a giant dust storm.
She recommended that we get up super early and be first in the tech line at 5:15am.
OK. we can handle that...

I hope.







Day 1
Friday, November 29.
Palmdale to Barstow
148 miles or so.




Turns out we couldnít handle that.


We got up super early (4am), but got stuck waiting for breakfast.
The hotel restaurant didnít open until after 5.
After eating, we had to pack up our shit and get it in the truck...
I drove over to Palmdale Supercycles, and Matt rode.




I took this photo at 6:30. Thatís almost like 5:15, right?





The thing that really screwed us up was the GPS tracks.
They only had Garmin tracks and we have a Delorme.
Matt had to get the tracks and then convert them in Topo 9
6:45am and we're still in the truck.




It took at least 3 tries (topo 9 kept crashing), but it finally worked.
Mattís good at using a roll chart, but GPS tracks are faster.





Now we could get ready for the start.
Julie found us (we got scolded for not being in line at 5:15).
She wished us luck anyways...
Thanks, Julie!







Our tire. A lovely new D908.














The organizers like everyone to have a buddy for the ride.
While doing research on LAB2V, I kept reading that ďno one rides alone.Ē
Crap.
We were looking forward to riding by ourselves,
so our plan was to find a group and pretend to be with them.
As long as they had each other, we could ride alone.









That plan was going great until the last second.
A guy ran up to us and said, ďHey, can we ride together?
Itís hard to find a big bike thatís doing the hard way.
I can help you push!Ē



Um.
Yeeeeah. OK. I guess.


He can "help push?Ē

what the hell?

But, he was on a KTM 950 S, so we let that slide...
(just kidding, Wendell! )



He totally took a chance, offering to ride with a 2up couple.
We could have ruined his ride! Brave.
But, then again, this was the first time he had used a roll chart.
He needed us!



Hereís Wendell from BC.


(photo from day 2)





OK, on the road at 7:16am.






The conditions were amazing.
I had been freaking out over the potential dust from hundreds of guys,
but we lucked out.
It had rained not too long ago and there was no dust!
The traction was unbelievable, too.







There were some hazards here and there.
Giant washout on the left...






I think everyone was okay. hope so.






This section was really fun.







There was a ton of sand on the ride. I mean, a TON.
Wash after wash.
Day 1 was great, we had a blast.
But we still had some serious ďOH SHIT!Ē moments.
Deep sand can be tough for 2 up.


There were lots of trees to almost hit...






Wendell said it was pretty crazy riding behind us!





Hereís the first check point for Day 1.
I donít know this gentlemanís name, but he was a hoot.
He kept referring to me as Mattís ďbaggageĒ





more....


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Day 1, continued...






Because the riding was so intense, we missed some good footage.
I didnít dare fool around with trying to take photos in some spots,
nor did Matt want to take his hands off the bars to mess with the GoPro.



Right after this shot, the footage ends...





Matt thought he was turning the GoPro on,
but he was really turning it off.

Motherbrother!!



So, we donít have video of the best wash.
It was deep, soft, sand and narrow.
Super difficult for big bikes and especially for 2up.
I canít even believe we made it through without crashing.
Weíre kicking ourselves for not getting the footage!!


Sigh.





We stopped here to check in with Wendell.
He was awesome! We couldnít have asked for a better buddy.
Every time we looked, he was right there with us.








Another one of my concerns about riding with 500+ guys...
where to pee?
Itís tough to hide in the desert.
Thank goodness for this building...
I was able to run around back.








We stopped at the 2nd checkpoint for gas, but skipped lunch.
Water and a cliff bar and that was it.
I didnít realize it at the time, but we met RAZR and 1224R in the parking lot.
Hi guys!

No pic, sorry.







Some of these images might be out of order, but theyíre close.



Pretty views.
It was nice and overcast on Day 1. Good for pics/video.



















This hill climb was kinda loose, but we made it.
Itís in the video.












Iíve seen this spot in other ride reports.
what does that say?






These guys were too busy to talk to us, but they get a pic anyway.











I could have done more screen shots for Day 1, but thatís good.
We got to Barstow around 1pm.
Got gas and sat around bullshitting for a while.
Someone told us that the check point wasnít open yet.

Parking lot across from the Ramada Inn.






Day 1 was great!
We found a kickass buddy, the riding was amazing, and we didnít crash.
Not even a get off!
Too bad that wouldnít last....



The Ramada had been booked when I called around, so we were at the California Inn.




We checked in, took showers and had a nice nap.
In the evening, we walked over to the Ramada and watched riders still coming in.
Had a couple beers and chatted with some nice folks.
I blew it and didnít take any photos.


They were Dos Equis, if that matters.






next...
Day 2
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Old 12-05-2013, 02:45 PM   #923
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Old 12-05-2013, 05:03 PM   #925
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Hey Matt/Kelly I almost went to that event. I had my bike all prepped but I could not get out of an appt I had on the Monday.

Having you guys go it's almost like being there! I may just sell my bike now and live through your reports
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Old 12-05-2013, 05:08 PM   #926
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hi bruceo and trespalacios!
here you go...






Day 2
Saturday, November 30.
Barstow to Las Vegas
249 miles







We got up at 4am again.
And, we had planned ahead.
Ordered pizza for dinner the night before so we could have cold pizza for breakfast.
Not much is open for breakfast at 5am.
Mmmm. appetizing...








Even with planning ahead, we still fíed up.
We took our time getting ready.
As first timers, we didnít realize that people were serious about Day 2.
We had it in our minds that we only had to get there before 6am.




When we rolled up, my heart sank.
There were probably 150-200 riders already lined up.
Monkey fighter!







Poor Wendell. He had been pretty far up there, too.
But now he had to wait for us.
Sorry, buddy!







We still got out close to 6am, but behind a ton of people.







We lost some of them in sand...
then, in the rocks.







There were only 2 times where I had to walk on this ride.
Here, in these steps (and then later at Red Rock/Rocky Gap).







It was hard for me to decide where to go.
I wanted to be around to help Matt if necessary,
but also wanted to get out of the way, ASAP.






You can see me hiding over on the left side...



The guy in the black jacket and grey pants had come all the way over from Australia!
Heís from Aussie Dirt Rider magazine, I think?
Super nice guy, we ran into him again later.





Looking back at Matt
(oh, thereís rider 502 - hi Tony!)








It was loud and crazy in there. I was happy to get back on the bike and get out.







I was able to grab a photo here. Isnít this cool?
There were some really neat areas on the LAB2V.







This was one of our favorite sections - these sandy roads were sooooo fun.
Super fast and flowy.







I think this is Afton Canyon? something like that.
Also sandy, but not quite as fun.
These washes were pretty deep and chewed up.



matt was pissed he forgot to clean the camera for this section.
we managed to get those anti-fog inserts, but this is all dust on the lens.





As you can see, the sun was also a problem.
Most of our footage here is crap.
But, you can see the sand was deep and torn up.
There were sections of sharp rock, too.







It wasnít too bad as long as we had room and could keep moving.
As soon as we slowed down...
well, you know what happens...






Yep.
After zero crashes on Day 1, we had 4 on Day 2.
Two small ones here, and 2 bigger ones later.




I had been worried about this water crossing, but it was fine.
As long as you stayed on the left...no wet feet








These nice District 37 people were waiting at the second water crossing.
They were so cool - they cheered when we made it through, it was awesome!
Youíll be able to see them in our video.
Thanks, guys!!







Did I mention the varied terrain? So many scenic spots on this ride!













We had a nice climb on this hill...
Matt did what he always does - he started to celebrate before we got to the top.
Luckily, it was fine. He didnít jinx us.
But, in the video you hear us talking about ďkeep the cocky in the pocketĒ







Once again, Iím not 100% sure that these images are in the right order.
Iím going by the metadata. hopefully I didnít screw that up.






I was surprised to see this castle-y thing out here.
Turns out that is Whiskey Peteís (we rode past it on the way home)







More washes.







Some of the Day 2 washes were a thick gravel.
They were much worse for 2up than regular sand.
Our weight just makes the front dig in.
Itís horrible.


We had a crash in this wash (looking back at the trail).
It was back there somewhere...





Poor Matt.
When we crash, I sometimes fly over him.
This time, I pretty much landed on him.




We stopped here for a break.
Matt noticed that we had blown a fork seal.







Thatís the trail up ahead.







Another pretty spot, further down the trail.
It reminded me of Death Valley.






Getting close to our lunch...




more....
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You and Matt are much strong than I. The mere thought of riding with that many people gives me the chills. No way in hell I'd ever sign up for that mass of humanity. Would love to do the ride though....

Thanks for posting!
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hi Radek!
we thought about you on the ride, wondering if you would have liked it.
It seemed like it was too far from BC, but then we met Wendell (he's from the Nelson area)!
Take a look at the video, there's always next year...





hey hanksmybuddy!
yeah, I was worried about the crowds, too - but the conditions were PERFECT.
no dust!








Day 2, continued...






Our next stop was Sandy Valley for lunch (included with the entry fee).







Also included was a bit of gas (to insure that everyone could make it to Vegas).







I thought the lines were long when we had rolled up, but they got longer...
This was around 12:15.







After gas, everyone had to get a bike wash (to prevent the spread of weed seeds).






Now, if we had been smart, we would have just grabbed some water and a cliff bar.
But, we went in to eat our free lunch (pulled pork sandwich).
The food was good, but it cost us valuable time and full bellies = slow riders.







And the last thing we needed was to feel fat and slow.
We had another crash after lunch, in a deep gravel wash.
The front wheel dug in hard and we had a nice snappy highside,
right down into a pile of rocks.

Wham!!



Ugh.

I should have taken a photo of the hole we dug, but I didn’t.


















So, we tried to do all the hard ways on both days.
 I think we missed a turn just before Red Rock.
There was some kind of loop?
We ran into 3 guys who had just done it and they said we should skip it.
OK.
We were in a hurry to get to Red Rock anyway.





We made it 2up until this point.
There were a bunch of bikes stopped and I went to take a look.







It was a mess.



















At first it just seemed like people were picking their way through.
Slow, but the crowd was moving.







These guys were great! They were so friendly and helpful.
The fellow on the left is from SoCal (I think), the gentleman in the middle is the Aussie we saw earlier. Both were all smiles.
Thanks for your help and for assisting our buddy Wendell!














At this point, things came to a stand still.








It’s kind of dark and hard to see, but guys were just stopped at that incline (top left).







See them bunched up there? Engines off. No one was moving.







Wendell went to scout it out. He said that there were guys who had been waiting almost an hour.
Even if we went through the rocks on the left, to get around the the mess on the right,
there were 2 more bottlenecks further ahead.
We waited about 30 minutes, then decided to bail.




It was a bummer, but it didn’t matter to me that much.
Ice and snow covered rocks are no fun on a 990 anyway. We’ve done it.
I thought it was more important to get a photo with the showgirls.





We turned around and took the easy way to Vegas.
I think we got in around 4:20








There’s 1224R, RAZR, and Kieth - hanging out with the showgirls...







So, after all that, we still haven’t seen our showgirl photo.
Oh well.
I guess it will be online some day...




This is what it would look like...







Here’s one of the girls. They must have been cold!
I felt sorry for them by the end of the night.








Here’s Wendell...
Thanks for being the best ride buddy we could have hoped for!



He invited us to go ride the dunes with him for a couple days, but we weren't ready.
We're going to try and meet up with Wendell this summer. He's got Oso potential.
Fantastic attitude and the guy really rips!





Oh yeah, you probably want to see the video.
Our LAB2V experience. Days 1&2, the hard ways.
I know it’s long, but you can do it. Just try it, you can always stop.

It’s edited and has music!
Watch it in HD.










Norm.
I have no idea how we lost 3 hrs.
Gas, lunch, crashing, waiting at red rock, I suppose.




Oh, that time is wrong, too. He’s an hour off. I took that at 4:26.





When we were in Palmdale, a really nice inmate called me out.
He reads our ride reports and recognized us in street clothes.
I can’t remember his ADV name - “wild - something”
Here’s his bike, though!







I didn’t take many photos once we got off the bike.
Just a few.

These giant heads in the casino creeped me out!
We were at The Orleans.






Reception hall for the awards dinner.
We heard that there were 560 riders for both days, plus an extra 100 who just did Day 2.
It didn’t seem like that many people while we were riding, but this room got pretty full.






Line of people wanting to check out their trail photos (photos by grumpy)







Some girls were selling these memorial stickers. All proceeds to benefit Kurt Caselli’s family.
Kurt was from District 37. We bought a couple.







In addition to the tee shirts and LAB2V sticker, participants got these belt buckles.
The detail is amazing! Personalized with rider # on the back, too.







So, that's it. I wasn't planning on doing a report, so i missed a lot.
But we're really glad we did the ride. Much better than staying home and eating turkey.
A big thank you to the LAB2V organizers and volunteers - this was a really fun event!


The riding was awesome and we had a great time.
Challenging for 2up on a big bike, but that's what we wanted.



The District 37 website is down right now, but try it again later.
http://district37ama.org/
Get ready for next year's ride!





OK, I have a few more pics but they can wait.
They’re just for the Oso crowd.
Bike work, etc...
Our bike was running like crap, it kept dying all day. Getting worse and worse.
By the end, we barely made it into Vegas.
Matt had a little worky worky ahead of him.


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Old 12-05-2013, 07:40 PM   #930
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NIce ride Matt/Kelly.
Looks like more Canadians are joining the OSO crowd Well I should contact Wendell somehow and pick his brain for some rides in his part of BC. I have some other friends in different parts of BC too so we can really put a awesome ride together for next season
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