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Where did your DR-Z400 take you today?

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The DR-Z is a great "do everything and go anywhere" bike. As such, Im sure a lot of you have some great pictures of your DR-Z travels.

Here is a pic I took today while exploring in Northern California. Not a bad spot to rest and relax before heading back to the wife and two young kids waiting at home.

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Well my DRZ took me to work. It's a tragedy. She keeps on doing it. Sometimes she takes the long route, sometimes the short one....the destination stays the same. :ride:

I will not share pics.:thumbsup:

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I went for a dual sport ride today. About 150 miles of state highway, county roads and forest roads. Quilcene to Hoodsport on the east side of the Olympic Peninsula. A patch of snow one place, clouds, mist, trees down and had to backtrack, scary washouts and a little chilly but no real rain.

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To ****en hell and back, just like on every ride.

150km/h on the SH's to mud bogs and river Xings on the peripherals. I could root my DR-Z she's so f*cking good at everything.

But that's just me. :thumbsup:

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My DRZ made me go to work so I could buy her new shoes and all the other stuff she wants. :thumbsup: After a long hard week I just know she is going to want to go out tonight too... the things I do to keep her happy :ride:

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Mine took me to Washington DC this morning the traffic was light cuz government workers are all off today for the big memorial day weekend.

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I'm headed out of town in about 1 hour....100 miles north and back again this evening. Family stuff going on and I don't want to burn the gas in my pickup for a quick one day journey. (plus it's a lot more fun). Holiday traffic will probably be nasty, chance of rain along the way plus a high of 62 degrees today, my 07 S is not the best for cruising the freeway, but sometimes a guy just has to "man up" and do whats right..... you know what I mean.DSCN2756.jpg

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Casper Mountain road Tuesday. 2000ft climb in 4 miles, 5 hair pins and lots of twisties- had a blast.

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Awesome picture and sounds like a great ride! Thanks to you, I know where my next ride will take me. There is a similar steep incline near me that dumps me up at a little known lake after a set of sharp hairpins and twisties.

See, this is what I love about the DRZ.. Point and go.. No questions asked.. :thumbsup:

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Indianhead lookout, about 45 minutes out of town. IMG_2733.jpg

Beautiful country Teneighty23. Your DRZ looks right at home.

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To work and it is taking me camping all weekend!

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unfortunately nowhere...it's currently up on a lift, rear swingarm hanging, with no handlbars or turn signals. :thumbsup:

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Just to work today, and home in a couple hours. I just bought the DRZ-SM last night for a 'commuter', at least that's what I told Mrs. frogpirate. :thumbsup: A buddy (who has a -S) gave me a ride to pick it up on his Wee-Strom, and we managed to make the 45 mile ride home a 65 mile ride home, after having dinner with friends and showing off my new toy...er, commuter.

TT-store got a bunch of my money today! farkles coming.

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(with my other commuter in the background)

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Had a blast for 70 miles on the schaefer trail in Moab,UT. This particular pic is overlooking the Colorado river where Thelma & Louise drove of their car in the movie.

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Enjoy

Erling

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