GlobalWarmer

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About GlobalWarmer

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  1. CC was the wild west of dirtbiking. There's nothing else like it.
  2. There's more going on then just what's happening near the road. In the back country they're shutting down trails with dozers. I'm talking pristine singletrack being erased and replaced by highway sized destruction. Somebody needs to file suit to have them shutdown these activities until the retarded closure process is completed.
  3. The XRR will go anywhere the CRF will go. It just takes more work sometimes.
  4. I had a conversation with someone who lives on land he owns near Carnegie. Your sarcastic comment is actually pretty much on the money.
  5. I heard there was a nude beach at a pond up there too. Might have to check it out someday.
  6. Motion Pro Seal Mate. Mine usually last longer than the bushings now. http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/product/MOTION-PRO-SEAL-MATE/?catalogId=104331
  7. Do you think she'll sign my ass while I tell her to kiss it?
  8. Did you see my rope I left at the top of the hill?
  9. I commute Highway 17 down into San Jose. 20 years ago the smog was a blackish brown that you could cut with a knife. Today the smog is still there but the color is green. Don't know what to make of that. In general I would have to agree that the air is better. Especially on the freeway.
  10. Green sticker money spent on a useless new fence to keep the kiddies from riding 10ft of bumps.
  11. Best time of the weekend to ride. http://www.vimeo.com/5179441
  12. Puttin on the XR650R http://www.vimeo.com/5142180
  13. That's the rub isn't it? Those trails are the states vision of black diamond trails of the future. I like flowing singletrack but there's no challenge in what they want for us. I've seen little tykes on 50's who can barely ride navigate them. http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=25081 "The development of a trail system on the Renz Property of Hollister Hills SVRA represents a new way of approaching trail design for off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation in California’s State Vehicular Recreation Areas. The trail system was designed in collaboration with the OHV community, resource specialists, our neighbors, the environmental community, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Fish and Game, Army Corp. of Engineers, and many others to provide a quality recreational opportunity."
  14. Get there early. It's supposed to get HOT. Worse on Sunday.
  15. Google Hollister and Renz.