New Jersey on the road

Discussion in 'Rides, Swap Meets & Other Events' started by Deoodles, Aug 17, 2019.

  1. OLD CT

    OLD CT Well-Known Member

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    I had a great time and I am looking forward to more riding down there in the future :) :red70: !!!

    IMG_0356.jpg Picture of Ray waiting for me to finish my coffee.
     
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  2. DAX-IT!!!

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    If I had spent all that time and money rebuilding my bike to such a nice standard, I'd consider myself pretty crazy going out riding on dirt trails and getting all the paint chipped from stones and the like :eek: :cry:. Is it me, or are you guys just crazy ;) :ROFLMAO:
     
  3. kirrbby

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    That's Pat's beater. :)
     
  4. DAX-IT!!!

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    ..............................Some beater !!!!! What would his minter bike be like ???? :LOL:
     
  5. Deoodles

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    I see your point but what fun would it be to build if it was just sitting around so it doesn’t get a scratch. I’m not so ocd that some road blemish is going to keep me from having fun. I’ve had mine on technical dirt bike trails and mud up to the axels before. I won’t do that again but that’s about it.
     
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    We're all different and each to their own but, I just couldn't do it after doing all the graft to make it nice - seems kinda contrary t me !!! :confused: I guess if that's what floats ya boat.................. :confused:
     
  7. cjpayne

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    IMO, getting a bike dirty is perfectly okay, but leaving it hung up wet and dirty is a good way to screw it up and cause alot of problems. Leaving them outside in the elements is bad news too.
     
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