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About Covered in Dust

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    What the hell do I know?
  • Birthday February 6

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    Escondido
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    Riding
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    Restoring Old Bikes

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  1. Covered in Dust

    Death Valley

    We received a cancellation notice for our reservation in DV for 4/14 at the Inn in Death Valley. CiD
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    ATC 185S or 110-any of you guys hiding one?

    That looks like something I’d offer $80.00 for and maybe go $125.00 max.
  3. It’s a shame that some companies don’t try harder to take care of their employees. Back when I had my business my wife and I didn’t take a paycheck for almost a year one time so we wouldn’t have to lay-off anyone during an economic downturn.
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    CT125 - Tokyo Motor Show

    This is a great read about Posties. https://advrider.com/f/threads/sydney-to-london-on-a105cc-honda-callled-dot.460631/ CiD
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    30 days

    I guess I don’t count?
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    Wolfman Beta Plus On Sale

    I do like it but you have to be careful. I burned a hole in one of the sides that hang down and my sleeping bag also got burned. I have been changing setups on my luggage on almost every ride but think I’ve finally found what works best for me. You’ll see it next month. CiD
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    The No Limits Run

    Looks like a fun Loop, sorry I missed it.
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    Amazon Prime Adventure Ride Series

    I was asked in a private message on this forum what my issues were with the series. Here is my response. Well there were a few things. 1st putting people in a position to get hurt. Then when a couple of his group couldn’t make it to the top of Ophir pass he just sat at the top while they struggled. They were very close to the top and I would have ridden their bikes through the short difficult section for them. I’ve ridden that section twice and it’s hard but not that long. The real pisser for me was at the end when one of the riders broke with the group to ride back with an injured rider. He tried to rejoin the group the next day and Brian wouldn’t let him. Total douchebag move in my book. There were things he did or says in almost ever segment that just aren’t right. On any multi day ride I’ve ever been on with a group we never leave anyone behind! These were just some of the things I didn’t agree with. CiD
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    Amazon Prime Adventure Ride Series

    I think it’s worth watching just for what not to do on a group ride
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    Amazon Prime Adventure Ride Series

    I posted on Brian Tome’s site that I wouldn’t invite him on any of our rides. I think he was an ass for most of what he did. CiD
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    Where is The Man of Dust?

    Thanks guys
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    New member to this forum

    Welcome to the site. We’re having a club meeting tomorrow night if you’d like to come. Wednesday February 5th, At Fillippi's Pizza Grotto in Kearny Mesa, 6 - 9pm. Dinner/social hour 6 - 7pm Guest speakers, see below... 7 - 8pm Desert Dash volunteer planning from 8 - 9pm. 5353 Kearny Villa Rd, San Diego, CA 92123 Hope to see many of you there, especially Desert Dash volunteers ! UPDATE ON GUEST SPEAKERS: Please join us, this should be good ! At our club meeting on Wednesday 2/5/20, from 6 - 8pm at Filippi's Pizza Grotto in Kearny Mesa, San Diego, we will have 2 very special guests, both women adventure motorcyclists. First is Andrea Sarvetnick, she and her friend rode to South America a few years ago, on DRZ 400's. Andrea will talk about her trip and you'll be able to ask her any questions you may have. Second, is Zee Traveler, founder of Minimalist Motorcycle Vagabonds on Facebook, she has been traveling around different parts of the USA and the world for a few years now. She will share some of her stories and photos from her adventures. PLUS, it just happens to be Zee's Birthday, so please come help her celebrate with fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. Zee's description of her travels..."Random recounts of a 27yo motorcycle vagabond exploring herself and the world." Hope to see a lot of new faces at the club meeting !
  13. I’m off on a Jeep trip that week, sorry. CiD
  14. Pretty sure if he’d been on KTM last year he would have won. His Honda died on the 2nd to last day when he was in the lead. CiD
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