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Mostly a lurker but member for a year and a half. I have a 91 Tw200 that I got to get back into motorcycling. I got an invite for a ride to Crown King this past Saturday. We met at the Boulders OHV area and left around 10 on Saturday. 3 motorcycles and a Honda 1000 UTV.
It took about 4 hours to get to Crown King.
After a beer and a burger. It was back down towards Lake Pleasant.
The road went along and through the stream several times. One section was about a quarter mile long. Anywhere from a couple to 12 inches of water. Amazed that I did not go down. It was easier coming down from CK as opposed to the climb up.
We got back to the staging are a little after dark.
Sorry I don't have more photos, but I had a blast. A bit sore here on Sunday as I have not done a long ride like that for a while. But went out today and got some more gear so I don't have to borrow next time.
I did ride my buddies Husaberg for about a half hour, but it was a tad tall for me. I think the TW's suspension was a little soft for the trip, but it handled it like a champ. I do plan to put some 2 inch risers on it soon.
I need to work on the formatting of the pics. Two display instream and two do not.
Welcome to the Forum!!
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Nice! welcome to the forum!
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Looks like a fun ride.
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Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?
I think you'll be riding more after a fun day like that.
Was watching the newest Dirt Every Day video yesterday when at 8:52 I noticed something familiar.
Boy, and I thought some of US were nuts!! I'll never complain about the TW suspension again!
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