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Old 06-06-2012, 01:20 AM   #21
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Since when did we become a bunch of bitches?
I ride in the desert quite often. Do I sweat my dick off? Ya, but I hardly notice it once I get going. It's not too much "padding" for the torso, just a thin jersey and a chest protector. I would certainly have to take more showers though. I would get as nasty from one day as I did all week riding in the comforts of the truck. It would be awesome to see the terrain from another perspective. You weren't on hells, but a guy on a bike did hells gate and made it almost to the top when the bike flipped out and landed sideways...i would have tried that without hesitation haha.



lol, i dont need no viagra!
tell ya what..you ride your bike on the Kokopelli..and Mike and I will follow you to make sure you don't die haha

Ill sag wagon for ya on that shit lol its impressive no doubt. I owned a motor bike briefly for a while. A Honda 500 Deluxe loved it! But idk if id like the offroading like that..maybe like normal dirt biking..but not like trail riding.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:26 AM   #22
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Ill sag wagon for ya on that shit lol its impressive no doubt. I owned a motor bike briefly for a while. A Honda 500 Deluxe loved it! But idk if id like the offroading like that..maybe like normal dirt biking..but not like trail riding.
whats your definition of each? Because all I ride is "trails" granted a lot are motorcycle trails so narrow, technical, steep...My only problem would be getting bored waiting for the trucks!

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tell ya what..you ride your bike on the Kokopelli..and Mike and I will follow you to make sure you don't die haha

Ill sag wagon for ya on that shit lol its impressive no doubt.
DEAL! DONE! How far is it and when are you going. I would have quite a lot of shit haha, seeing how its really hard to bring anything with on my trail bike. It would be just like the X Overland guys, except I wouldn't eat shit and struggle all the time because my bike isn't over powered and i have off road tires

don't get me wrong I love the taco, but doing it on a bike...now THAT would be a fun challenge.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:28 AM   #23
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whats your definition of each? Because all I ride is "trails" granted a lot are motorcycle trails so narrow, technical, steep...My only problem would be getting bored waiting for the trucks!



DEAL! DONE! How far is it and when are you going. I would have quite a lot of shit haha, seeing how its really hard to bring anything with on my trail bike. It would be just like the X Overland guys, except I wouldn't eat shit and struggle all the time because my bike isn't over powered and i have off road tires

Sweet!

Not date set yet..something that will happen tho in the next few years im sure. Its 140 miles of offroad..so..i hope your ready..some of that shit was hard in our trucks.

And i guess "normal" dirt biking would be like bike trails..

What we saw was bike trying to do big rocky sections that to me just seemed stupid to even try to do on a bike lol and big ledges. Stuff like that i guess. Idk..not a big bike guy
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Trials bike would OWN out there. just need a chase truck to carry the fuel
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:34 AM   #25
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Sweet!

Not date set yet..something that will happen tho in the next few years im sure. Its 140 miles of offroad..so..i hope your ready..some of that shit was hard in our trucks.
holy cow, 140 miles, over how many days? I would possibly have to do an oil change mid ride haha! Never even considered doing anything like that and have no clue how to, but if you are able to graciously haul my shit then i'm really digging the idea!
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Old 06-06-2012, 10:40 AM   #28
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holy cow, 140 miles, over how many days? I would possibly have to do an oil change mid ride haha! Never even considered doing anything like that and have no clue how to, but if you are able to graciously haul my shit then i'm really digging the idea!
yep, and idk now long. I think it would take like 4-5 days to run.

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bullshit, your not dead so you have time, you have the truck, and sell aleks' kidney on the black market and boom, all your problems are solved!
nah the magruder would be super boring for him. Its just essentially forest service roads.
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Thanks Man. Except for a couple of groups of mtn bikers, we pretty much had the place to ourselves. Only ranger I saw was manning the entrance booth near schafer switchbacks. That was as we were leaving.

booth on the paved road right? i don't recall seeing any station below the switchbacks..

i know the road/trail from potash into canyonlands which last time i took it had no booths. i was contemplating taking the dogs in that way to run that when i get a chance to ride the rim
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You and trying to sneak your dogs everywhere Bob lol


damn national parks have too many cool sights to see and don't allow my dogs...but they allow horses to shit all over the place!

fuck the man! free the dogs!
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lets start a movement! haha

and i think its cause horses don't chase after wildlife..
but they shit all over the hiking trails and i guess that's ok


not worth the argument right now...alls i gotta say is shenanigans
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booth on the paved road right? i don't recall seeing any station below the switchbacks..

i know the road/trail from potash into canyonlands which last time i took it had no booths. i was contemplating taking the dogs in that way to run that when i get a chance to ride the rim
Yeah, the booth was up on top, at the entrance to the park, not below the switchbacks.
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that would be boring in a truck...i can drive on those for ever just in my back yard...
If you are looking for obstacles around every bend, the magruder and lolo motorway are not for you.

However, if you are looking for adventure, beautiful vistas, and remote wilderness with a significant history, the magruder corridor road and the Nez Perce/Corp of Discovery-Lewis and Clark trail though the high Bitterroot mountains of north central Idaho just might be something that would be of interest to you.
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