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    Senior Member RisingSun's Avatar
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    Well there seems to be a big increase in activity on this site now that the weather is getting hotter. I have alot of other forums for other hobbies,but this forum is great. Welcome new riders and thank you veteran riders for all your help. Now lets get some riding in and some good stories. Bring your problems with your bike. We want to help you.

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    Amen! I'm sure I will have my share of problems

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    I just need a new rear tire and I am ready ! Its about time the weather turns "gooooooooood".







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    Quote Originally Posted by MBGraphix View Post
    I just need a new rear tire and I am ready ! Its about time the weather turns "gooooooooood".







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    My bike is loaded up and I'm headed for the Buffalo river tomorrow, time for an overnighter. 110 miles away and I can get there on 90% unpaved backroads
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by r80rt View Post
    My bike is loaded up and I'm headed for the Buffalo river tomorrow, time for an overnighter. 110 miles away and I can get there on 90% unpaved backroads


    Sounds FUN!
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    Yeah ,the bugs are really waking up here in SW Ohio...smack,splat....YUK!.Beats the @#$%^& ice though!.

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    145miles yesterday and you still can't pry the smile off my face. First 120 miles was solo, with about 45-50 miles of mixed dirt roads and gnarly ass logging trails.



    Got home and the wife wanted to go for a ride! Did about 20miles of difficult 2up woods riding (tons of rocks and steep hills) with 5 miles of pavement connections.



    Glad to see the forum is picking up speed as well
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    mid 80's predicted here for weekend. Gonna go ride to Walker ridge/Indian valley reservoir again.
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