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Old 09-25-2011, 08:39 PM   #41
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Had a blast ready for the next ride steve and I are talking about going agin and camping n a few weeks. Who else is down to go?

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Old 09-25-2011, 08:43 PM   #42
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Had a blast ready for the next ride steve and I are talking about going agin and camping n a few weeks. Who else is down to go?

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Old 09-25-2011, 09:04 PM   #43
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I am down for another ride. I got to get some new tires for the bike. Somewhere along the trail either myself or my friend Robert sliced the sidewall on something. They are the original tires from 1982 lol.

We would have ridden with y'all some but we would have not been able to keep up with y'all. We had one guy in our group who we had to stop and wait for every few minutes or split in the trail. I swear he just let the bike idle him through the trails.

So Sneaky, Chris told me he has two jolly ranchers, a bent clutch lever, and a dollar for his stuff back. You can keep the cooler he said... that isn't his. lol Oh and one of the jolly ranchers is half eaten. He also said thanks for lending him your screwdriver.
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Old 09-26-2011, 07:59 AM   #44
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So Sneaky, Chris told me he has two jolly ranchers, a bent clutch lever, and a dollar for his stuff back. You can keep the cooler he said... that isn't his. lol Oh and one of the jolly ranchers is half eaten. He also said thanks for lending him your screwdriver.
Well my dog likes jolly ranchers, so he will get the half eaten one. If yall get up to around the lewisville area(I am north I Denton) lmk.

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Well my dog likes jolly ranchers, so he will get the half eaten one. If yall get up to around the lewisville area(I am north I Denton) lmk.

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He does not live far from there. If you don't mind PM your phone number and I will let him get with you and take care of it.
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Old 09-26-2011, 03:45 PM   #46
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We would have ridden with y'all some but we would have not been able to keep up with y'all. We had one guy in our group who we had to stop and wait for every few minutes or split in the trail. I swear he just let the bike idle him through the trails.
I didn't have any problem keepin up on the big DRZ...although the thick sand down in the river was not my preferred place to be. I need a new set of knobbies (especially the rear).
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I didn't have any problem keepin up on the big DRZ...although the thick sand down in the river was not my preferred place to be. I need a new set of knobbies (especially the rear).
Myself, my wife and two others in the group would have been able to keep up most likely. There was one guy that was in our group that could not keep up and since he was with us he is kind of our responsibility.

I am looking for new tires for mine as well.
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Old 09-26-2011, 07:11 PM   #48
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did anyone get a picture of the big ass ford with 60" tires?
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did anyone get a picture of the big ass ford with 60" tires?
None of us had a camera.
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Old 09-26-2011, 07:41 PM   #50
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None of us had a camera.

i think somebody pulled out their phone when he left
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:06 PM   #51
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With all the times you have ridden out there.... have you ever topped a hill at the same time someone else topped it from the other direction?
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:49 PM   #52
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With all the times you have ridden out there.... have you ever topped a hill at the same time someone else topped it from the other direction?
I have come across people coming down a hill that I'm trying to go up, or vice versa.


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With all the times you have ridden out there.... have you ever topped a hill at the same time someone else topped it from the other direction?
x2 I was kinda wondering the same thing as the trails there don't seem to be marked very well. It did happen to me a couple times but luckily neither of us were going very fast so it was no problem.
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Wish I could have made it out. A buddy is planning on going in a couple weeks the 14-16 I think, gonna try to make it out then if anyone else wants to join in..
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x2 I was kinda wondering the same thing as the trails there don't seem to be marked very well. It did happen to me a couple times but luckily neither of us were going very fast so it was no problem.
The unmarked trails kind of makes it fun though. The challenge of trying to find your way out or taking a trail and not knowing how hard it will be is what makes this enjoyable.

It would suck to have a serious break down out there somewhere. Some of the trails we found would be almost impossible to pull someone out of and back to camp. If you ever had to leave your bike on a trail and come back for it... good luck finding it haha.

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There are very few places that will mark the trails and maintain them. Trophy club, dust 2 dust and crossbar are the public ones that I know of. And then stone creek in bells,tx. Almost every other place is wide open.


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There are very few places that will mark the trails and maintain them. Trophy club, dust 2 dust and crossbar are the public ones that I know of. And then stone creek in bells,tx. Almost every other place is wide open.


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I would imagine those places get boring pretty quick.
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Old 09-27-2011, 10:28 AM   #58
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I would imagine those places get boring pretty quick.
Trophy club=sucks balls
Dust2dust=not too bad
Stone creek=I hear pretty cool, bikes only . But you have to be a member.


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Dust2dust=not too bad
Stone creek=I hear pretty cool, bikes only . But you have to be a member.


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Oh , and crossbar is cool, but very rocky.


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did anyone get a picture of the big ass ford with 60" tires?
found it online...
http://www.southernairboat.com/phpBB...ic.php?t=36274
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