James, I am green with envy every time I see your pictures in the dirt.
I would LOVE to have a dirt bike and learn properly what do with it. I had heaps of fun during the MSF dirt bike class I took last year and am hooked. But as so often in life, you can't have everything. Right.
One day I will make it up into your area and you will have to hook me up with a bike.
yea it was some real fun i crashed hard 1 time, and bent my sub frame down and to the left, thus kinking my Ti prociruit pipe. i am hoping like hell i can fix all of it. i was able to finish the ride just like nothing had happend, and i didnt even realize it till the next days ride when i went to unload my bike, from the truck at the second trail head.
my buddy there said he though the pipe would be an easy fix, due to he fixed one way worse than mine, but the sub frame might not be fixable. i was realy hauling butt when i went down, i myself just have a little soreness in my shoulder, and i still cant figure out what the bike hit to make all this happen. hehe ohh well thats what dirt bikes are for is being thrown to the ground isnt it.
I just moved to South Bend and there aren't really any good curvy backroads to ride on, is there anything in southern Michigan that you might know about? I am completely new to the area so I appreciate the help.
Looks like a bunch of guys from some of the local sportbike clubs are getting together for a shred out on the westside loop. If you know how to handle your macchinery, you are more then welcome. Meeting at the sunoco at US-23 and north territorial @ 11am saturday. Dsb, redline and WOS should all...
any body here going. i group of those regularly ride with are heading up for this-this sunday we will be meeting at the mcdonalds in allendale and heading up via back roads, and parking just south of the air port where the blessing is held at and we will sit and whatch the parade of bikes go by...