A Spot would be a good start here to help with that heli billThat's how I roll.
I've heard, that the heli bill is $18,000, and most insurance don't cover it. If that's true, or not, I knew I was going to have to buy bike parts, so I figured I would save the money.
Is there no run out on this? It looks like a nice loose, slightly rock littered single track with not too bad of an angle. You have a wider shot of the hill? You need to take me there.Here is a friend of mine bulldogging his bike down a little hill that I crashed on. I busted a radiator hose and crushed the header on this "little hill:
and here is my busted radiator hose and crushed header............... About two weeks later I finished this header off on another rock over by the radio towers
Is there no run out on this? It looks like a nice loose, slightly rock littered single track with not too bad of an angle. You have a wider shot of the hill? You need to take me there.
Nice chinger on the radiator as well...
I missed the nap shot on this one, but I will set it up for you. We were clicking along this trail that parallels Trona Road after a good rain ran through here. This massive G out comes out of nowhere and I grabbed a handful and lucky cleared it. By the time I hit the binders and turn around to slow my Bro-in-Law down, he panics last minute and grabs a handful of front brake. Up and over he goes right into the face of the other side. He jacked himself up pretty good, but survived.\
This first pic shows the G out. To the right of the helmet are my foot prints on top of where my back tire hit when I pinned it. My Bro-in-law slammed that ledge luckily not face first.
Here is looking at it from the other side if you were coming at you.
My Bro is sitting farthest from the shot next to my son.
It looks like he hit it while riding alond side it rather than crossing it...either way they suck! I've done the "riding parallel to a rut and getting my front tire in it superman glide" before...........can you say road rash...?gaps, gaps everywhere gaps! And I hate them when they come up on ya at high speed! That desert ground looks pretty moist to me! I cant wait for that time of year again. Here's a gap in Baja that snuck up on someone and luckily not me. This vet Baja'er is telling this Baja newb "this is Baja be prepared for ANYTHING!" He was haulin ass when he hit this.