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  1. Thread: Pix of your rig

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    Sticky: Still riding in December!

    It was up to 47 deg. F in Spokane today. So SWMBO and I went out for a nice drive.
  2. Thread: Pix of your rig

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    Sticky: Mid-June in eastern WA

    My wonderful wife Nanc loves riding in the chair. The best monkey ever!
  3. Thread: Pix of your rig

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    Sticky: Update

    This is close to what she looks like now. I've added a windscreen to the bike. The Missuz loves riding monkey! She even asks me if we can go out for a drive.
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    That rear fender is the schnitz! Wish I had your...

    That rear fender is the schnitz! Wish I had your skill level. Keep up the outstanding volunteer work.
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    Burning Man is on my bucket list. Better hurry...

    Burning Man is on my bucket list. Better hurry up and go! :bolt
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    Clay, I agree with you 100%. I read a post on...

    Clay,

    I agree with you 100%. I read a post on another site that stated most sidecar accidents occur within the first several thousand miles of ownership. Riding a bike and driving a hack require...
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    S/TEP class = license endorsement

    I dropped by my WA state license office yesterday and upgraded my sidecar permit to a permanent license. I brought in my Evergreen Safety Council S/TEP card, signed by one of my instructors, and...
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    Say what? I'm not 'literite" enough to write

    Thanks for the offer, but I am one of the world's worst writers. Do you have a ghost writer in the wings to buff it up? :violin
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    Adventure Sidecar S/TEP training

    I just spent one of the most fun weekends of the year down in Hood River, OR. I attended the Adventure Sidecar S/TEP training course. This is an Evergreen Safety Council sanctioned event. There...
  10. Thread: Camping photos

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    The Expo Rally in July

    For the first two days, I was the only one on two wheels there. Had a great time. Next year, I'll be going on three wheels.
  11. Thread: Pix of your rig

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    Sticky: My new toy

    Just bought this '82 R100RS with a EML frame and Squire chair. Will be spending the next couple of months getting it ready for next summer! Oh, just got the WA state permit, and am signed up for the...
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    Thanks for the pics

    I went through there back in the mid-80's. Now that I'm retired, should think about doing it again. So many, many places to go, so little time!
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    650 Dakar

    I've done a very small amount of 2UPping with my wife on my Dakar. I've only been riding for 2 years, and at 63, don't have all the muscles and coordination I used to. Having said that, I get in...
  14. Thread: WetFest 9-2011

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    Doesn't get any better!

    Being monkey is fun! I am the old fart on the left. Mr. Cob, the guy in the center, owns the 1150 GS with a DMC sidecar. Ace Ralph owns the 1200GS with a Ural sidecar. He is standing on the far...
  15. Thread: WetFest 9-2011

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    Another hack

    At 63, I am beginning to find that holding the 650 Dakar up while off-roading is getting to be a handful. That third wheel is certainly starting to look good for the type of riding I love to do.
  16. Thread: WetFest 9-2011

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    The Ural

    Talk about fun! Kinda like a WWII retro BMW.
  17. Thread: WetFest 9-2011

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    WetFest 9-2011

    I attended WetFest, an annual dualsport riders event, near Bend, OR, last week. Because of a bad shoulder, I wasn't able to ride my Dakar down. But I did get to beg onto several hacks while there! ...
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    wish that I could make it.

    But Nanc may not understand. Hope you get the chance to take some pics and video! See you Saturday!

    Dale
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    Hell's Canyon weekend

    A group of ADVers met up in Enterprise, OR, over the past weekend and had a great time. Lots of BEEMERS in attendance. I rode down on Thursday with two others. One was on a KTM 990, one on a 800GS...
  20. Thread: Back to one bike

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    Thanks for the info, Randy

    I'm really looking forward to this trip. The bike is running great, the camping gear is pretty much in order, and the cooking equipment is all set. I'm really hoping for superb weather!

    Looks...
  21. Thread: Back to one bike

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    It's getting closer, Ian!

    I'm leaving for Hell's canyon early the morning of Thursday, June 16th. That's 11 days from now. Hope to post some pics and a very short RR about the trip. :clap
  22. Thread: Back to one bike

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    It just keeps getting better!

    Had the Dakar out for a 100+ mile ride yesterday. Mostly to check out the spring maintenance work, and heck, just because I could get out then. :dance

    I've ordered progressive springs and...
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    Rebuilding the front forks

    Sent for a set of progressive springs and emulators for my '02 Dakar. The rear shock will be rebuilt next winter. Love my bike!
  24. Thread: Back to one bike

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    Think you mean Hell's Canyon

    The one Ian and I are talking about is located on the juncture of ID/WA/OR. Beautiful, rugged country.
  25. Thread: Back to one bike

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    The 1100 and 1150-1200 GS's

    are all really sweet bikes. But I found out with my 1150RT that they are a bit too big for my very new at riding, but very Old Fart body. At 63, I like the size and power of the Dakar. I'll be...
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