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    MearthA rdalland's Avatar
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    You know you're spending too much time at ADVrider when...

    Seeing this makes you feel excited...



    ...and you start doing river crossings on your K75RT...



    ...when there is a perfectly good road with a bridge a quarter of a mile away.
    ride what you've got; enjoy the road you're on!

    Reid - Stone Ridge, NY - MOA #69187 - Turbo Fluffy Motoclub - IBA #50182

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    Happy to be here! :) The_Veg's Avatar
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    Nice

    I would give you a two thumbs up but that would relax my grip on my handlebars. Instead, you provided a big smile. Thanks for showing.

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    univers zero tessler's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    But they all know each other, and are credible riders doing incredible things. Even if it was on a sick day from work.
    They work?

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    BUBBAZANETTI
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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    They work?
    only the guys in ride reports, the jo mommaites are all lazy bums

    (ask kbasa )


    i love riding a street bike off-road, it's just so much more.......challenging!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    Where is the plate full of unhealthy food picture, empty bottles of booze garbage shot at the camp site, and the rider face down in the soil without wearing any gear passed out the night before ? Don't forget the classic dumped bike and you are saluting us portrait.

    Yes, they are some great reports of riders going beyond the horizon but most of them are new, live in foreign countries, and found the place by accident surfing from Horizons Unlimited.

    But they all know each other, and are credible riders doing incredible things. Even if it was on a sick day from work.
    Aww, buzzkill.

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    Alps Adventurer GlobalRider's Avatar
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    when....

    you have incredibly high post counts and your Joined: date shows something in the recent past.

    Some signature lines even state..."Less talk, more riding", and that with high post counts. I often wondered about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaZanetti View Post
    i love riding a street bike off-road, it's just so much more.......challenging!

    Yeah, me too, Derek... that's why I bought a GS!

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    Advrider

    I look in there from time to time, but there's too much energy.........

    Rinty

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdalland View Post
    ...and you start doing river crossings on your K75RT...
    yeah i know how you feel dude.

    i once accidently (i blame MS streets & trips) rode up a snowmobile trail on my 1955 R50.

    but i know i'm reading advrider too much because i'm thinking about riding it again just to get better pictures.

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    Some of us have to live out a lot of our fantasies of riding on the internet...cause we have JOBS that keep us close to home.
    That reminds me...Fl lotto 15million.

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    Happy to be here! :) The_Veg's Avatar
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    I already spend way too much time between here and the Boxerworks forum, so I only read ADVR when somebody posts a link. Good stuff though.
    Bikeless for now...but not forever!

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