Newbie Ride 5/15

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Brent Borgaard » Mon May 17, 2010 12:00 am

And how was your weekend?
How did i spend four grand on parts in one month?

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Boodyrider » Mon May 17, 2010 12:08 am

ButtRyder wrote:guess we need more veterans to show up for newbie rides to help spot so we dont end up with so many flops
"We" meaning those who actually went wheeling this past weekend seemed to do fine and had a great time without "you" meaning whoever the hell is hiding behind your idiotic, worthless interjections.

AFIK, there was exactly ONE newbie who showed up... yet all had a good time and no one had damage they couldn't live with.
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Boodyrider » Mon May 17, 2010 12:16 am

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fdkss03 wrote:regardless the flop made up for the buggyy not being able to get up the hill...
was a good trip.
Got it on video. Watched him for awhile. He should have nutted up on the first try, rather then grease up he`s approach with the water off his tires.

Wasn't the water, had to be his tires. I watched another guy (silver Suzuki buggy) on the steeper, taller near vertical do an admirable job of driving straight up out of a 2 foot deep pool of water; he just kept having the nose want to come back over his head. I wish I'd found out what he was using for tires, because he still had grip even soaking wet.
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Brent Borgaard » Mon May 17, 2010 12:18 am

I think i drove to Harrisburg sideways.
How did i spend four grand on parts in one month?

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by john3676 » Mon May 17, 2010 12:42 am

Brent Borgaard wrote:And how was your weekend?
My weekend? Well me and Jonny went to the beach. Here's a pic I took of him with some hot chicks.
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Brent Borgaard » Mon May 17, 2010 12:44 am

I`m scarred for life.
How did i spend four grand on parts in one month?

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Brent Borgaard » Mon May 17, 2010 1:08 am

And I think blue is more his color.
How did i spend four grand on parts in one month?

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Cowboy » Mon May 17, 2010 2:17 am

Is there a video of the RTI flop? It must be posted on youtube so we can all enjoy it. :badgrin:
Boodyrider wrote:
ButtRyder wrote:guess we need more veterans to show up for newbie rides to help spot so we dont end up with so many flops
"We" meaning those who actually went wheeling this past weekend seemed to do fine and had a great time without "you" meaning whoever the hell is hiding behind your idiotic, worthless interjections.
Are you butthurt not knowing who it is? I know who it is, I guess that just makes it funnier.

Glad to see some of you getting out on the trails, keep it up. :wink:
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Brent Borgaard » Mon May 17, 2010 2:21 am

I`ve got video of the recovery.
How did i spend four grand on parts in one month?

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Cowboy » Mon May 17, 2010 2:35 am

Brent Borgaard wrote:I`ve got video of the recovery.
But that's not the same. :lol:
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by frosty » Mon May 17, 2010 7:21 am

What exactly is going on here? From where I am sitting I dont see an exit where this jeep is going. If I am wrong so be it but if you are just up there posing save it for the ramp. If you are trying to climb out there thats just retarded. Again educate me if I am wrong.
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Cowboy » Mon May 17, 2010 7:34 am

frosty wrote:What exactly is going on here? From where I am sitting I dont see an exit where this jeep is going. If I am wrong so be it but if you are just up there posing save it for the ramp. If you are trying to climb out there thats just retarded. Again educate me if I am wrong.
No idea, maybe it's just a poseur pic? I wasn't there, but have taken some poseur pics myself. :lol: Although I actually though I could get over that rock, but the belly hit and stopped me. :oops:

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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by frosty » Mon May 17, 2010 7:40 am

I've taken poseur pics as well but I try not to do it on stuff that doesnt appear to be part of the trail.

Again I could be wrong but it doesnt appear the trail runs the way that jeep is headed. But I wasnt there so I am just calling it as I see it from my chair this morning.
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Re: Newbie Ride 5/15

Post by Cowboy » Mon May 17, 2010 8:10 am

I'm with ya Frosty. Still don't understand the fasinacion with getting the Jeep dirty so it "looks like you played with it". It didn't take me long to get away from slop holes and onto rocks. :wink:
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