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    Get busy living, or get busy dying
  • Birthday 12/05/1966

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    Ramona, Ca.
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    Motox, offroad cars, camping, dual sport, surfing, shooting,family time, and just living it up.

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    KTM Adventure windscreens

    I'm running the KTM touring screen on mine. I have the original screen that is cut down like Paul's and Mike's too. I switch out between the two depending on what I'm doing. When I do longer rides, I like the touring screen. The height doesn't bother me too much off road and having the extra protection on the long slab sections is a life saver for me. I can tuck in behind the touring screen and pin the throttle for an entire day....it's way better than getting buffeted for 10 hours.
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    2019 Ca, Or, Nv

    Oh man, I can't wait...
  3. Congrats. Bring us up to date on what they've been working on for the last year and a half.
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    Signatures, Avatars, etc.

    Cool. Y'all owe me a "like" then...I've got to catch up to Bowers.
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    Signatures, Avatars, etc.

    To edit the signature you have to go into "account settings". Click on the little triangle by your screename in the upper right corner. Click on account setting. Look on the left hand side of screen for "signature"... 👌
  6. I bet you could get that 790r in the sub 400 range pretty easy. I sure do like it and hope that it pans out to be the kinda bike it's meant to be.
  7. California BDR will be too hot this time of year (at least for me). I did it in March and Furnace Creek was already in the 90's (now highs in the 117 range for sure). I did the Arizona BDR in June and it was fine. Most of it is at 4000' plus elevation. Don't get me wrong, there will be hot areas in June, but overall it's doable. There are some areas of the Utah BDR you would not want to do in June, namely Lockhard Basis (espeically on a 1290), but there are a lot of options like Kelly mentioned and you are at higher elevations than the CABDR for sure. If you have questions about any of those routes, let me know. As far as Colorado, I believe many of the higher passes are still closed due to record snow fall. The key I think is deciding on a route that has some elevation, unless you love riding in 100+ heat. Eastern Arizona is a ton of fun. Lots of options up in the mountains, both dirt and twisties. Decide on an area and purchase the corrisponding Butler map.
  8. I'm out, just not feeling too good today. Hopefully next time. Have fun.
  9. I'm still a maybe but would like to know the plan first. MauleR???
  10. <---------------- wants to learn that area more...and I'm not talking fire roads...😉
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    New SDAR Member from Ramona, CA

    As long as you don't forget there might be vehicles on the trails we ride so you don't crash into them...
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    New SDAR Member from Ramona, CA

    The twoferTuesday that Cdaddy referred to is our occasional Tuesday after work ride. We ride up SYTT to Black Mountain TT and have a couple beers on Tuesday evenings... Two trails, two beers = twoferTuesdays.
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    New SDAR Member from Ramona, CA

    The Crawdaddy and Oracle show...