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Noobie Ride Sunday October 18, 2009 DISCUSSION THREAD

TLGREEN

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:DThanks guys for putting on another great event!! I had ton's of fun on that route even with the Bridge out incident...Thanks Mark!!:p Travelling in a group really does have it's benefits..buiding bridges...help with getting my bike back up the hill it decided to nap on...:? Thanks to the guy who's name I didn't get, that I rode with all day....:D

Those puddles (well, lakes actually) were awesome!! I hope that guy who's name I didn't get will post those pics he took....;)

Cheers

Tracy
 
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I must have had a great time because I'm aching all over and there is this muddy thingparked in my garage...........:spl:

otg
 

sagot

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Fantastic ride! Thanks Tom and Mark and every one for setting it all up. I don't get out much these days and it's nice to do a "plug and play" ride like that.
Wow was I stiff the next day! I could hardly hold up a pencil! Glad I didn't get my own bike that dirty! HA!
Also thanks to TLGreen for clearing out the water from the mud puddles :p, and Pete for showing the way.
 
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Oh man awesome video!!! :clap: :clap: :clap: Even got to see myself crossing the ditch at 3:54 -- thanks!
 

Rib Eye

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You rock Al.

But I gotta ask - was that mostly A route or B route stuff? Some of it looked real gnarly! :shock:
 

sueandal

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Rib Eye wrote:
You rock Al.
But I gotta ask - was that mostly A route or B route stuff? Some of it looked real gnarly! :shock:
thanks folks-and hey... I'm just the messenger
ribeye that was the A route - i made all but one hill first try( new tire :) )
6fiddy's mud puddle is the B route-look on the right as he goes up and see the BMW.
I missed the BIG BIKE but am pretty sure he may be turning up in someone else's pic or video.';)
newbie(spring) to
newbie(fall)
i finally did this summer what i have wanted to 4 twenty years, dualsport BC!
al:hb:
 
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Pee Wee

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Awesome Video's Al.....I must have wasted about 2 hours on Youtube today. Thank you.

Glenn
 

ktmken

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:tup:

Was this the Newbie ride or Erzberg that you guys are taking videos of?

Looks like a great ride. I am really sorry I missed it.

KTMKen
 

North

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I would like to thank Mark and every-one else who helped out with the ride. :clap:It was great time.

I rode with a group that did Church and Thurston Mountains.

It was a bit of a surpise to find a bridge being out that was there two weeks ago. :shock: But being Dualsport Riders we worked together and over-came it.:tup:
 

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chico

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I also would like to thank the organizers Tom and Mark and all the other people who made this ride possible GREAT JOB it was a very fun day.
Great video's Al and Kerry thanks:clap:
 

Hamon

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Thanks for the ride everyone. I'm always impressed by how well-organized these functions are. A lot of work goes in behind the scenes and a big thanks goes out to those who make the effort to put together a fantastic day (not to mention the editing work to put together some of the post-ride vids!).

Small herd taking in the views,



Of what?

Oh.



Oops.

After meeting back up in Cultus, I dragged a couple other KLRs with me over Vedder Mountain to connect up with Majuba Hill Rd by Yarrow. They were good sports, even though all the puddle jumping washedmost ofthe bragging-rights mud off.



A couple new faces, more friendships made.



These Newbie Rides are fantastic for giving options to challenge riders of any bike or skill level. The social aspect of it sure helps too.

See you folks on the trails.

Travis
 
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loveeagle

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was that you guys who were riding up between cultus and tamhi if so i was up there today and i found a bike plkate i was woundering if any one lost one.
 

tomcycle

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loveeagle wrote:
was that you guys who were riding up between cultus and tamhi if so i was up there today and i found a bike plkate i was woundering if any one lost one.

I loaned my klx out to mr xrmike and it was returned without a plate

I will have to find the insurance and let you know what the number was

Tom
 

JavaJude

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loveeagle wrote:
was that you guys who were riding up between cultus and tamhi if so i was up there today and i found a bike plkate i was woundering if any one lost one.

One of our sponsors lost their Dealer plate. Can you please PM me the plate number, if it isa "D" plate, and i'll check with our sponsor

-Judy-
 
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