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    Senior Member ZXtasy's Avatar
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    Just spent a week in Ocean Park, had fantastic weather and had a good time teaching the wife and her twin how to beach/sand ride.


















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    Awesome pictures and thank you for teaching your wife and her twin on how to ride. I would love to see more woman rider on this site.
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    CT's go nice with TW's don't they?
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    Looks like a fun time! Good pictures. Love the one with the tire tracks in the sand.
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    Great pics! I especially like the one with the lighthouse, and the one with the footprint. Looks like fun! Thanks for posting up.
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    Indeed...wish most riders were women, then when I crash I have something nice to look up into! My old CT-110 is getting good use by the bro & sis in law, I should make a new machine, a CTW-250; more power, all the do it all abilities of the TW but an automatic for the clutch challenged!



    Thanks Rainman, and the footprint was made in the morning frost on the deck...Brrrr, but had to get a shot of the herd of deer that came out daily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieStomper View Post
    Indeed...wish most riders were women, then when I crash I have something nice to look up into! My old CT-110 is getting good use by the bro & sis in law, I should make a new machine, a CTW-250; more power, all the do it all abilities of the TW but an automatic for the clutch challenged!



    Thanks Rainman, and the footprint was made in the morning frost on the deck...Brrrr, but had to get a shot of the herd of deer that came out daily.




    Looks like you changed your tail pipe in some of the pics?



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    Fun! I'm glad you got to see some sun. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks for all the nice comments. Kwizard, if you ever dig up the old build thread on the ZombieStomper you find most of my stuff is one off, homemade shit. I have parts from a Z1000 Kawi, discarded automy lights making up the fairing. Hand bent 1/2 SS tubing for the case gurds integreated into a beefed up stock skid plate. The pipe has been gutted a bit and repacked and capped with an aluminum insualation port for inspection purposes. It is fairly loud but with bigger jet makes nice power. The tank has been cut apart, enlarged, and reshaped for an extra .75 gallon load.

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    Really like the look of your olive drab bike and its farkles.



    I also like all your photos; especially this one:


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