jcozine

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  1. I tore a fork seal so I'm replacing them and the bushings in my '16 350xcf and was just wondering, do you guys normally take the cartridge all the way apart too? My bike has 65 hrs. Can't tell from the manual if there's anything worth looking at or cleaning in there.
  2. I'm a big fan of these chinese ones, been using them for a few years now: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JXXFCY4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Somewhat waterproof, gives a little padding for the phone, and cheap enough to not be a big deal if you break it in a crash.
  3. California

    Yea I'd be interested for this sunday too. Haven't been up to Los Padres yet, been wanting to check it out.
  4. Man, I woke up feeling like I just spent the day lifting weights. I oughta cancel my gym membership and just ride with you guys every week. I knew it was going to be tough when the hillclimbs started before we even unloaded. Then before it was even 7am we were already in deep: Here's the other one I had to take a few shots at. You guys were right, this looked a lot faster when I went back and watched the video. Pin it to win it. Likewise to you, can't wait for round 2. You gotta show me some of your stuff down around us.
  5. California

    I'm down for a Saturday ride! PM me with when and where
  6. dang, I can't either. Tell us how it goes
  7. Yea, read up on the whole green sticker/red sticker thing. Cost isn't bad, you pay like $52 to register and most all these areas are free to ride. Most bikes are red sticker however which in your area means you won't be riding half the year. You can bypass all that by getting a sketch out-of-state plate and light kit for your bike, or buy a factory street legal dual sport, or a few people have their ways of getting a CA plate for green sticker bikes if you connect with them. All three approaches have their advantages and disadvantages. If you stay away from the popular areas or ride during the week it's all a moot point. Haven't been to Ortega yet so I'm not sure about enforcement, but it looks pretty isolated.
  8. Right on, we probably raced together at some point - I ran the B250 class for a long time. Never met your dad. Holler if you ever want to attempt the Ortega trail out by you... I've been wanting an excuse to try it ever since I heard about it.
  9. California

    That suuuucks, going all the way out there just to get turned around. How about this plate? At least it's current:
  10. California

    Yea red sticker season ended. I'm on a non-resident permit though, I'll risk it. PM me with where you want to stage.
  11. California

    I'll come for LPNF if you're only hitting OHV-ok trails... If you gotta do any street-legal only roads to put a loop together though I should probably stay out. Sorry for being a PITA.
  12. I just moved here to Orange from FL and used to race FTR too... my first impressions were: there a lot more sandbaggers here, and the ground is harder. And there are 10x as many places to ride. What class did you run?
  13. haha thanks man. I'll find somewhere to party Sunday, don't worry about that. Hopefully somewhere up towards you so the drive doesn't seem so bad.
  14. California

    I'd be down for LPNF Sunday. Haven't been out there yet. Plate required for any of the stuff you like to do?