carnage411

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  1. Yeah and if you go riding in the adobe's, avoid the large white spots of alkali it kinda looks like sand and feels like it at first, but you will usually end up out in the middle of it and be pretty well screwed if you ride a smoker like me. It looks dry, but under neath there is anywhere from 3 to 9 inches of some of the worst smelling and stickiest mud ever.
  2. A better question would be, Where can I not ride? Grand Junction is surrounded in abobe hills, and you can ride through those all day. There is a trail that starts down in the hills and takes you all the way to Delta ( like 10 miles ) and from there You can take a trail up Grand Mesa and get a cabin so you can ride those excellent trails there. that'd be my idea of an ideal weekend. But seriously, you can ride pretty much every where so I hope you have tons of fun
  3. Walking in the middle of the track = bad idea Looks like a nice place to ride though
  4. What a coincidence lol
  5. Looks like you might be running rich there.
  6. I would guess the fuel petcock was clogged up. I met a guy with a similar problem, but his was a two stroke. I pulled the fuel line off the carb with the gas off, and oil slowly trickled out. He poured his oil into the gas tank then sat with it idling, not even bothering to mix the oil and fuel around, so it all sank to the fuel filter in the petcock.
  7. You know what, Your right he isn't riding the quad. Now let's think about it; do you buy a cape and some stupid ass goggles to take a picture for craigslist? Call the number in the ad, ask him if it comes with protective equipment, and very few of us will be suprised by the answer. And also to all of you that say all quad riders aren't bad, I agree. My original statement was to broad. quad riders aren't that bad, It's the sport quad riders that give me problems, both on the trail and on the track. But sport quadders seem to be the most common in my area and many of them are like this guy, so I still believe this is a common everyday quadder
  8. No, the fact that he rides in that is funny yes, but is wearing no helmet, chest protector or boots a good idea? Is it funny to you? And is it not a perfect example of a quad rider? I've been riding every weekend for a year and I just had my first expirience with a quad rider wearing a helmet, but still no boots or chest protector
  9. Yep thats one of the first things that came to my mind, That is what he rides in everyday. Goggles and and a cape
  10. http://denver.craigslist.org/mcy/205063635.html Fat, stupid, and probably drunk.
  11. Um if you are going backwards the wrong way then technically, you're going the right way.
  12. I would suggest putting some like model glue or epoxy i think it is on it. I cant remember which but I know it comes in a red tube and can be found next to all the model cars at walmart. it actually fuses the plastic together and has held very well on my bike.
  13. What exactly makes you think that? It appears to be an '03 to me because '02 was the last year of the 80's and then they started making the 85's which had dual radiator shrouds, like the one in the pic
  14. I don't think thats a 2001 cause im pretty sure any 80 '96 and up has inverted forks I'm not positive about that though
  15. Clutch levers are the only things i brake on a regular basis. Usually just hitting a rut a sandy or muddy corner and sliding the bike except this weekend my brother pulled out in front of me as i was passing him and i layed the bike down trying to avoid hittin him but my rear tire took him out anyway In my worst crash i bent the forks on my old ttr 125 back 3 inches flattened the rear rim and dented the exhaust pipe not to mention that i no longer had plastics i can post pics if anybody wants to see. I mean of the parts not the crash lol