sgautschi

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About sgautschi

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  1. What is the phone number for info? Thanks
  2. Sorry, don't know of any swimming holes in that area. If you don't mind me asking though, what software do you use to get that map? Can it be used with a GPS receiver? Thanks Steve
  3. Have you looked at the new Husqvarna, 250 and 450 versions are both street legal in 50 states, and a REAL offroad bike. Although the DRZ is a good bike it is a bit dated and heavy compared to the husqvarnas. Just my 2 cents. Good luck with your search.
  4. I live in Kelsey, believe me I know plenty about getting poison oak. This is the only stuff I've found that works as advertised. It is expensive, but well worth it IMHO. www.zanfel.com I believe you can order it online, or if you are anywhere near Pollock Pines you can get it at that Rite Aid. Good luck
  5. Just bought a new '05 WR 450, paint is worn pretty good on frame after only 60 miles, thought that was kinda soon, but its just paint. With that said, however I would go with the 06'. I've never been a big fan of buying used, a little over a grand difference isn't much when it comes to peace of mind. Just my 2 cents.
  6. PM'd you about the forks last night. Are they stock? modified? How much?
  7. I would say move to sac or better yet depending on your agency Placerville or Cameron Park. I'm a nurse up here at Marshall Hospital in Placerville. Marshall is a community hospital, 100 beds. Although small I think it is a great place to work. The best part about Placerville is that you are right in the middle of some of the best riding in Cal. IMHO. I'll be out of town for the next week, but if you want PM me and I'll send you some info about the hospital and riding area when I get back. -Steve
  8. Anyone know of a web site that people post there saved trails that could be downloaded and placed on a gps. I save all my trail rides from my Garmen E trex Legend to my computer. It would be kinda cool to trade trails with people. Sorry, didn't mean to hijack this post with my question, just seemed like an appropriate time
  9. The kx is a red sticker bike, which means trail riding only during certain times of the year. I ride a klx 300, it can't be beat for tight tech. trails in my opinion (with all the mods of course). It has good low end torque and is pretty compact. The suspensions a little soft though. Also, the klx is a great first bike, very easy to ride and is green sticker legal. If you need a bike that will be used for big air as well as trail, check out the WR450, it is a green sticker bike. It would be nice if kaw. would come out with something comparable in the 450cc range, but they don't.
  10. I've got shrouds for a 2000 klx 300 laying around my garage. The graphics aren't in the greatest shape, but structurally there is nothing wrong with them. PM me if you are interested, I could send you a picture of them if that helps.
  11. Hey cali, Was good riding, One of the reasons I moved back to the area. Let me know when you are in the area again. Steve