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dirt dame

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About dirt dame

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    World's laziest trail rider
  • Birthday 09/16/1955

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    Besides riding, I like to fish for largemouth bass, panfish and an occasional trout, music, photography, oh and hiking....as long as I'm scouting for a motorcycle route. Who wants to use their feet for something other than standing on the pegs.

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  1. Shinko 525 cheater

    Kenda has come out with a non-DOT new dirt tire that runs the same knob pattern as their DOT Parker DT, only with a very sticky compound. I really like the Parker DT, and if I wanted to sacrifice mileage, I would try one on my plated bike.
  2. Cosmo and Dirt Dame - HBD

    Thanks, you guys! I spent today riding with friends from Heart Bar down to Pappy and Harriet's for lunch, and back up to the mountains.
  3. New member from poway

    Welcome to the forum.
  4. New Member Intro

    Welcome, whippersnapper.
  5. New member intro from SD

    Welcome to the forum.
  6. New member

    Welcome to the forum.
  7. Please post ride plans in "Informal local rides and who's going" section. This section of the forum is for meetings...not to be confused with the ever popular "meet up". Thank you.
  8. Thanks to those who took pictures of me on my new bike. They are the first and only ones I have so far.
  9. Yes, it was fun. I'll upload some pix later on.
  10. Lurking...I could take a break from my usual summer venue in the San Bernardinos.
  11. Nice little waterfall near the trail... Water water everywhere... Corral Meadow... We got back on Mahogany and headed back to camp. This outcropping has always been a tad scary for me, as the "tink" of footpeg hitting rock has put me over the side before on several trails, but DirtDame seemed to make it through with no drama... We made it back after 40 fun miles and had plenty of time to head on down to the Kern River for some soaking. I was avoiding wine the entire time since the altitude can make me feel crappy and alcohol makes it worse, but since there would be no more riding I helped Eric drain the boda bag of a scrumptious bottle of 7 Deadly Zins We had a great time splashing and talking and soaking up the very warm late afternoon sun. The long night sitting by the campfire capped off a very fun and relaxing 4 day holiday. I think we all had a great time. Thanks for coming along with us
  12. Our 2nd day's ride was to be shorter since we both wanted to splash around in the river afterwards... We started off down the Mahogany Trail... DirtDame coming down the switchbacks... We headed up to the Bald Mt. Lookout for a nice view of the Dome Land Wilderness, a fantastic landscape of solid granite formations... The hike up to the actual lookout at 9400' is very grueling in gear so we opted for the view from this wide spot in the road... Can you see the teeny tiny lookout on top? Back down to Mahogany Trail to Rattlesnake Trail... And out to Bonita Meadow... What a lovely view, eh? Speaking of lovely views, this meadow on Beach Trail was spectacular... The trails out on the western side tend to get ridden less because they're harder to get to and they tend to be a bit more technical... Here she comes down the rocky trail... More to come...
  13. Eric hung around camp nursing his broken shoulder, but he took my 610 out both days and explored the dirt roads in the area...