Michigan roll call


I just joined the site, was wondering who was all around the area, Im from the west side. Holland to be exact. 


Lets hear it. 


Traverse City

Novi! Have a buddy I ride with who lives in Grand Haven.


The Thumb

Novi! Have a buddy I ride with who lives in Grand Haven.

Right around the block. New Hudson.

Right around the block. New Hudson.

Ah, im originally from Milford...looong ways away, haha.


Novi! Have a buddy I ride with who lives in Grand Haven.

 Whos your buddy in Grand Haven? 


Doesnt use the forum!

Grand Rapids


Doesnt use the forum!

that sucks, tell them to get on here and meet people to ride with

LOL....he should! Because I can't get over there as much as id like and end up hittin tracks closer to home on Sundays....keep having to work Saturdays. He did just buy his wife a quad though...which is cool, cuz he can speed up a lil if he wants, then wait for her...and if he cracks himself up A) he isnt alone, and B ) She is a RN haha.


He heads out this way once in a while too.

Edited by J_WR2fitty


I'm in northern Oakland county... but I work in Farmington and the girlie lives in St. Clair Shores.




Hey, that's where my bike lives! Lol...jk, but I do keep it at my bro-in-laws.

Fraser. Like to ride tight single track on the drz400s.



No shit! Same here!

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