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Today stayed at sea level and did a tour in the salt fields maze. You have to be careful not ride into that salt water. One of the things I like on this bike is how easy you can make a u turn in a tight space

 

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21 hours ago, xpantz said:

I almost asked for the "after ride" pics when I saw the mud flying in your post.  🙂

 

The pic doesn't show the dried mud but my daughter snapped this pic when I got home because she was surprised how dirty I was.

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On 5/27/2020 at 12:25 PM, Dads Domain said:

Love how she looks sitting there. Need a new pic as the tail is now cleaned up

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Where are people getting their number graphics kits from? Rocky Mountain?

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NW Arkansas was a good time. We covered 320 miles over two days, 80-90% of it was off-road. We hit the infamous Oark Cafe, crossed multiple slippery creeks and streams and ran alongside of the King's and Buffalo Rivers. We had three 450L's in the group and a 250L to close it out for an all Honda group. Overall we lost a muffler mount bolt on one of the 450's and a signal screw on the 250 most likely from all of the vibes on the dirt and gravel roads, but other than that the bikes ran well and without issue. My buddy dumped his 450L in one of the creek crossings but luckily he got it back up before the air box was swamped. Eureka Springs is a really neat town that you could easily loose yourself in for a weekend, I am definitely looking forward to returning in the fall. 

 

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8 days riding the NMBDR, about 200 miles a day average.

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Famous Chloride Canyon !

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TWO WHEELED TEXANS Group

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WHITE SANDS Missile Range border...

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Time for some new Size 14 boots.  Both soles fell off, 4 year old boots.

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3 hours ago, MVI said:

8 days riding the NMBDR, about 200 miles a day average.

I was going to ask where the f*** is my sprocket cover, but seeing how big you are nevermind I´ll wait for as long as it takes ✌️

I see an AJP among the other bikes in that parking lot 👍   They are made here by a family owned business. Good to see one in the US 

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2 minutes ago, jdwhite said:

I was going to ask where the f*** is my sprocket cover, but seeing how big you are nevermind I´ll wait for as long as it takes ✌️

I see an AJP among the other bikes in that parking lot 👍   They are made here by a family owned business. Good to see one in the US 

It was shipped for sure 👍

Greg sent me some stuff from AUSTRALIA on a row boat, and it took 7 or 8 weeks to arrive. 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, MVI said:

It was shipped for sure 👍

Greg sent me some stuff from AUSTRALIA on a row boat, and it took 7 or 8 weeks to arrive. 

 

 

No worries it´ll get here. I have an ebay order coming from US posted 2 weeks before and I´m still waiting 

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On 6/11/2020 at 6:54 AM, MVI said:

8 days riding the NMBDR, about 200 miles a day average.

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Famous Chloride Canyon !

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TWO WHEELED TEXANS Group

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WHITE SANDS Missile Range border...

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Time for some new Size 14 boots.  Both soles fell off, 4 year old boots.

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I live in NM and my dad and I always talk about doing the NMBDR. Are you going to do an oil change on the trail or just do the whole thing then knock one out?

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Did some trail riding this weekend in NH. Had a blast, wish I took more photos though. Explored a ton of trails that weren't even on the map. Found a couple different towers.

 

Arrived at trail landing. Windmills in the background.

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Trail map

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Nice views

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Stopped for a break

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Some kind of a tower. Any idea what its for?

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All in all it was a great day, great weather, great views. We will definitely be going back. In the 4 hours we were there we only explored a fraction of the trails. Some of the trails are pretty gnarly, CANNOT wait for my seat concepts seat to get here and this is with 65-75% standing while riding. I will be feeling it tomorrow lol, worth it...

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2,000 miles of combined single track & dualsport riding, bike is breaking in nicely!

Using Motul 300V 10w-40 synthetic for oil changes every 600 miles now.

Pere Marquette State Forest near Evart, Michigan:

 

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2 hours ago, djv5 said:

2,000 miles of combined single track & dualsport riding, bike is breaking in nicely!

Using Motul 300V 10w-40 synthetic for oil changes every 600 miles now.

Pere Marquette State Forest near Evart, Michigan:

 

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Is that the Garmin Overland? 

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Garmin 64st for following tracks, ORV routes, single track routes & snowmobile trails.  Also good for exploring National Forest & State Forest public lands that have seasonal roads & forestry roads which don't typically show up on regular GPS.

Garmin Drivesmart 61 for road riding, favorites, navigation to gas stops, turn by turn, shortest distance, etc.

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From our Arkansas Ozark's trip. Three Elle's, kinda rare. 

 

(Left to right) Mine-too many mods, JD's-slightly modded, Cory's-mostly stock

 

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