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I doubt that I could even catch the guy that wears that. I just don't have the ability to ride at that level. I really don't.
Yep that liquid beverage will do that....:smirk: I like the new avatar, seems to be catchy here. Don't know if I would be caught riding with a guy dressed like that..:devil:
 
I doubt that I could even catch the guy that wears that. I just don't have the ability to ride at that level. I really don't.
As much as I would like to take this opportunity to completely flame you:wave:, I will not. Your riding skill is very very good, far better that I probably will ever be. So what I'm saying here in plain english is that you are full of shit.:prof::thumb:
Thanks again for a great weekend.:banana::banana::banana:
 
As much as I would like to take this opportunity to completely flame you:wave:, I will not. Your riding skill is very very good, far better that I probably will ever be. So what I'm saying here in plain english is that you are full of shit.:prof::thumb:
Thanks again for a great weekend.:banana::banana::banana:
Busted :busted: I think there is a lot of sand bagging going on in this site....:thinking:
 
Nope, no sand bagging here. I just started riding again in 2005. Never have raced, I am afraid of MX tracks, but I do love the desert and the mountain trails. :thumb: Now CDA if you would like to take me out and school me I would appreciate a few lessons on how to manuever a dirt bike.
Busted :busted: I think there is a lot of sand bagging going on in this site....:thinking:
 
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:lol: You mean like Mr. I'm only fast when my bike is on the stand ? :P
No worries. Here is how you maneuver a dirt bike:
1. Grab under rear fender just behind seat.
2. Lean bike against body and lift with some force.
3. As rear wheel is coming off ground, use body to "maneuver" the bike onto a stationary stand.
4. Once "maneuvered" onto stand and secured, find ice chest and grab a cold beverage.
5. Look for favorite camping chair and sit down with cold beverage and enjoy the scenery.

That should get you started. If you need more instructions on how to "maneuver" the bike off the stand, I can help with that as well.:thumb:
As for out on the trail tactics, I will be holding a few seminars this fall that will focus on keeping the youngsters at bay...:ride::smirk:

Nope, no sand bagging here. I just started riding again in 2005. Never have raced, I am afraid of MX tracks, but I do love the desert and the mountain trails. :thumb: Now CDA if you would like to take me out and school me I would appreciate a few lessons on how to manuever a dirt bike.
 
Do I qualify as a "youngster" :crazy: :noidea:
:devil:


No worries. Here is how you maneuver a dirt bike:
1. Grab under rear fender just behind seat.
2. Lean bike against body and lift with some force.
3. As rear wheel is coming off ground, use body to "maneuver" the bike onto a stationary stand.
4. Once "maneuvered" onto stand and secured, find ice chest and grab a cold beverage.
5. Look for favorite camping chair and sit down with cold beverage and enjoy the scenery.

That should get you started. If you need more instructions on how to "maneuver" the bike off the stand, I can help with that as well.:thumb:
As for out on the trail tactics, I will be holding a few seminars this fall that will focus on keeping the youngsters at bay...:ride::smirk:
 
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No worries. Here is how you maneuver a dirt bike:
1. Grab under rear fender just behind seat.
2. Lean bike against body and lift with some force.
3. As rear wheel is coming off ground, use body to "maneuver" the bike onto a stationary stand.
4. Once "maneuvered" onto stand and secured, find ice chest and grab a cold beverage.
5. Look for favorite camping chair and sit down with cold beverage and enjoy the scenery.

That should get you started. If you need more instructions on how to "maneuver" the bike off the stand, I can help with that as well.:thumb:
As for out on the trail tactics, I will be holding a few seminars this fall that will focus on keeping the youngsters at bay...:ride::smirk:
:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
 
As for out on the trail tactics, I will be holding a few seminars this fall that will focus on keeping the youngsters at bay...:ride::smirk:
Good advice on the maneuvering CDA, as for trail tactics:

Get the group together, be the team leader, tell them to hurry up "we don't have all day"
As soon as group is almost ready fire up your bike, ride like a bat out of hell. They will be caught off guard and will scurry to catch up.
As soon as you start getting tired, pull over, shut off bike.
When the group catches up to you, state "funny noise in the bike, I'm going back to camp, you guys keep going."
Head back to camp at a leisurely pace, park bike, find shade, grab cool beverage and sandwich, enjoy scenery.
When group gets back say the repair was minor and you headed back out, but couldn't find the group.
Profit.
 
:lol: I'm so doing this on the next ride...I just need to be able to get a ways from camp before I "Get Tired".:devil:
Good advice on the maneuvering CDA, as for trail tactics:

Get the group together, be the team leader, tell them to hurry up "we don't have all day"
As soon as group is almost ready fire up your bike, ride like a bat out of hell. They will be caught off guard and will scurry to catch up.
As soon as you start getting tired, pull over, shut off bike.
When the group catches up to you, state "funny noise in the bike, I'm going back to camp, you guys keep going."
Head back to camp at a leisurely pace, park bike, find shade, grab cool beverage and sandwich, enjoy scenery.
When group gets back say the repair was minor and you headed back out, but couldn't find the group.
Profit.
 
:lol: I'm so doing this on the next ride...I just need to be able to get a ways from camp before I "Get Tired".:devil:
Hey wait a minute here! I thought your bike never made it off the stand!!! I was under the impression that you would walk out of your trailer, kick start the bike while on the stand, hit the rev limiter, shut it down and call it a day :noidea:
 
Who said anything about riding my bike:devil:....I thought I had dibs on the 07 Lawn Chair...
Hey wait a minute here! I thought your bike never made it off the stand!!! I was under the impression that you would walk out of your trailer, kick start the bike while on the stand, hit the rev limiter, shut it down and call it a day :noidea:
 
Good advice on the maneuvering CDA, as for trail tactics:

Get the group together, be the team leader, tell them to hurry up "we don't have all day"
As soon as group is almost ready fire up your bike, ride like a bat out of hell. They will be caught off guard and will scurry to catch up.
As soon as you start getting tired, pull over, shut off bike.
When the group catches up to you, state "funny noise in the bike, I'm going back to camp, you guys keep going."
Head back to camp at a leisurely pace, park bike, find shade, grab cool beverage and sandwich, enjoy scenery.
When group gets back say the repair was minor and you headed back out, but couldn't find the group.
Profit.
This has actually happened, huh... to someone you know.... who is typing this right now..... on more than one occastion.:moon::wave::lol::lol:
 
Hey wait a minute here! I thought your bike never made it off the stand!!! I was under the impression that you would walk out of your trailer, kick start the bike while on the stand, hit the rev limiter, shut it down and call it a day :noidea:
:lol::lol::lol::thumb:
 
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