G'day from Oz

Greg's the name, riding bikes is the game.

Well one bike anyway,:ride: 09 WR450f.
Rekluse with left hand brake set up and MT-43 trials tyre

Just registered so I can view your ride reports.

I reside on the east coast of Australia, google St Georges Basin New South Wales if you feel that way inclined.

Thought I'd pop in and say:wave:
 
Welcome to DBA... come in take your boots off and stay awhile... be sure to post some pictures of that beats :wink:...
 
welcome to dba, you'll get picked on alot for having a rekluse clutch (just ask KTMRack). its cool you live in australia, iv always wanted to go there. anyhow have some roost.
 
Welcome! I think you are the first guy on here from OZ! :ride:

Did anybody make it up that hill? Geez, I just heard a cash register in my head ringing up all the broken parts as I watched that climb! :shocked:
 

James

Staff member
Greg's the name, riding bikes is the game.
:wave: Welcome Greg aka Shrek.

Thanks Fellas,
I already cop a mouthful of my riding buddies for having a rekluse, but hey what am I going to do, no skills so I need all the help I can get.

Here is some footage of a hill climb we take on, it's about 900 yards long, full of loose shale and bloody steep.

The camera doesn't do it justice.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9Bn5m_fwg0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNDpqSgr0wk

This me.....:smirk:
:smirk: Don't worry I'll side with you on the rekluse debate, don't have one but I do want to try one. :thumb:

:thinking: How about throwing up a Ride Report for us Yanks? :ride: (BTW have to wait to watch those videos until I get home)


P.S. I think that that picture would fit in our "Dirt Nap" thread. :P
 
Welcome to DBA, not big on the rekluse thang but man If that is the kind of terrain I rode all the time. I would have a rekluse, magic button, winch, helicopter support and a private hot ass nurse on stand by at all times. Have some roost man!!! :thumb:
 
Welcome Shrek!! :cheers: Pay no attention to all of these Donkey's!! :lol: Rekluse all the way!!

Welcome to DBA, not big on the rekluse thang but man If that is the kind of terrain I rode all the time. I would have a rekluse, magic button, winch, helicopter support and a private hot ass nurse on stand by at all times. Have some roost man!!! :thumb:
jax - now you know what type of terrain real men ride:moon::P:smirk:!!
 
Welcome Shrek!! :cheers: Pay no attention to all of these Donkey's!! :lol: Rekluse all the way!!



jax - now you know what type of terrain real men ride:moon::P:smirk:!!
:lol:

yeah, it's not sherwood forest where all the men wear tights and the fairies dance around :P
 
Greg's the name, riding bikes is the game.

Well one bike anyway,:ride: 09 WR450f.
Rekluse with left hand brake set up and MT-43 trials tyre

Just registered so I can view your ride reports.

I reside on the east coast of Australia, google St Georges Basin New South Wales if you feel that way inclined.

Thought I'd pop in and say:wave:
Welcome Greg...so, is the east coast there considered the west coast here??? :smirk: you the whole toilet water spinning backwards thing. Anyways. Have you grabbed a hand full of "not clutch" in a panic when you first had it installed?
 
Thanks Fellas,
I already cop a mouthful of my riding buddies for having a rekluse, but hey what am I going to do, no skills so I need all the help I can get.

Here is some footage of a hill climb we take on, it's about 900 yards long, full of loose shale and bloody steep.

The camera doesn't do it justice.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9Bn5m_fwg0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNDpqSgr0wk

This me.....:smirk:
HEY, don't down grade yourself too soon...if you get out of 3rd gear hell, 2nd you've got more than SOME guys on here!!!!! :smirk: Persons will remain ononymous (as of right now) :prof:
 
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