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Loose Screw 2010

cactusreid

Active member
the A loop up around sunpeaks is still pretty wet/moist even today when we were up there. the hill is pretty wet for this time of year. if the weather holds out and stays dampish, the ride should be pretty good/dust free in most places.
 

Dorky

Moderator
It looks like right now it is pouring rain on at least 3 of the Loose Screw routes :clap:

:woohoo:
 

cactusreid

Active member
The weather network say's 35 ish and sunny by friday/saturday. A couple days of rain,and then warm and sunny-deffinantly a whoo-hooo kinda feelin! Anyone want to buy a vowel? How about an a?
 
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faststage1

Guest
One more sleep in my comfortable air conditioned bed. Then its dust, bugs, train whistles and snoring tenters(I best bring a 2 4 of sleeping tonic). On top of that I'm going to get my bike dirty, burn a tank of gas, scratch it the bushes, run the odometer up and sweat all day long.
And there's nothing else I'd rather be doing.
 

motoged

New member
Yeah....gettin' pumped about spending 250+ kms in 30+C. temps with dust, lost riders, and an eye on the rollchart, an eye on the GPS, an eye on the mirrors, and....hey....I ran out of eyes for the trail.

I just finished my kindergarten task of cutting, taping, and rolling my first rollchart in 34 years of motorcycling.....

Wooohooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Out to the pits tomorrow.....


Oh, I forgot about the trains.....earplugs for that and the other snorers


Cooler, ice, beer, change of clothes, bath in the river, TP, and other necessary supplies.

Can hardly wait :)
 

Ti welder

New member
One more sleep in my comfortable air conditioned bed. Then its dust, bugs, train whistles and snoring tenters(I best bring a 2 4 of sleeping tonic). On top of that I'm going to get my bike dirty, burn a tank of gas, scratch it the bushes, run the odometer up and sweat all day long.
And there's nothing else I'd rather be doing.
Ha, one more sleep until a aircondirioned sleep in a real comfortable bed right next to the beer fridge. anybody bringing that 100' of polly? I can throw in the pump and garden hose!
 
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faststage1

Guest
Ha, one more sleep until a aircondirioned sleep in a real comfortable bed right next to the beer fridge. anybody bringing that 100' of polly? I can throw in the pump and garden hose!

Oh Crap! I never considered a 60ft motor coach with a generator roaring all night long:gaah:
 
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faststage1

Guest
........I just finished my kindergarten task of cutting, taping, and rolling my first rollchart in 34 years of motorcycling.

I have visions of the chart ripping after the first few twists.
 

Ti welder

New member
Beat the trafic home. Hope I didn't wake up too many neighbours.
Gota say that was a awsome time!!! that was more "grass roots" than anything I have done in a long time. The ride was great and the food was, well at that point...
I have some good pics of young and, Oh, that wouldn't be polite. Anyhow, can someone pm the needed email adress to get some of these on this site.
 

miller

New member
That was a hell of a fun day! Mucho thanks to anyone and everyone who had a hand in making the Loose Screw the success that it was. The trail was a beauty (B2) the river was freakin' fantastic, and the dinner and prizes were awesome.
Thanks again!:clap:
 

hawk

Administrator
Staff member
You all did an awsome job, from the flagging, to the route chart,to the trails, to dinner and prizes. It all couldn't have made for a better day. THANK YOU!
 

kenawalton

New member
Thanks guys for a great B2 route. I was a little more beat than the Dead Zone B route!

By the way I had a flat on Section 3 and what da ya know I found the LOOSE SCREW! A rusty 1-1/4" dry wall screw found it's way into my tire and tube!
 
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