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Photo & Video / Re: Show us your bike related pics..One pic per day!
« Last post by klaviator on Today at 10:20:01 PM »
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It was a great day to ride.  Sweeper got me hooked on that CB500.  Man that thing was smooth with just the right amount of power.
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Photo & Video / Re: Show us your bike related pics..One pic per day!
« Last post by TN_twowheeladdict on July 26, 2021, 10:04:58 AM »
This time of year only riding from 0500 - 0900. 
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Swap Meet / Re: 2018 Kawasaki KLR650 $5500
« Last post by merc16 on July 26, 2021, 09:55:04 AM »
Added Krono Parts rear brake master cylinder and reservoir covers.

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Street Rides / Re: Street ride - starting in Gurley AL - Saturday July 24th
« Last post by Guidedawg on July 26, 2021, 09:08:25 AM »
Looks like y'all had a great time.  I had never heard of High Falls when I read your original post and since I attended a family reunion for my wife and MIL's family on Sand Mountain Sunday, we made a detour (I was caging it) to check it out.  It looks like a very popular swimming hole and I did see a handful of bikes there.

The things you learn here!  I'm glad you mentioned it; it was definitely worth seeing.
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Street Rides / Re: Street ride - starting in Gurley AL - Saturday July 24th
« Last post by Nice Goat on July 25, 2021, 08:05:48 PM »
Looks like a good time was had!
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Street Rides / Re: Street ride - starting in Gurley AL - Saturday July 24th
« Last post by SoloRider73 on July 25, 2021, 03:37:12 PM »
I had a good time even if I found out how bad out of shape I really am.   :'(

I would be interested in exploring some of the gravel roads.  Let me know if you want to go out exploring some time.
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We had a great ride. Left with a crew of 6 from Gurley.

The roads started out great but I ended up first hitting a road that didn't exist, but then also finding my route included dirt roads. I was able to navigate around the 2 or 3 dirt roads, but I wouldn't mind doing it again WITH the dirt roads. Turns out that when I build a route using Locus Maps and tell it I'm on a mountain bike, it maps dirt roads too. This will take some experimentation.

On our way to Altamont, I saw a lemonade stand on the side of the road. They were raising money for a children's ministry, had lemonade, and had a super cure little doggo. I didn't have to think twice.

Shortly before making it to Altamont, TWJohn broke off and headed back home for a birthday party.

We made it to Altamont and hiked a half mile to the waterfall. There were a lot of people who decided to go swimming at the waterfall. We thought about it, and Frank even took his pants off, but instead we hiked back up and left to find food.

We rode back to Monteagle, got gas at the busiest gas station, and then ate at Up In Snoke BBQ. Was a great lunch with great people. Ronnie broke off here and rode his Moto Guzzi the fast route back home.

After leaving Monteagle we stopped at the natural Bridge in Sewanee.

From there we rode back down at Alabama and stopped at a gas station in Hollywood. This is where we had our last conversations before splitting off. Greg started back towards Birmingham, Randy to Hartselle, and Frank and I rode together back to New Market.

Overall, it was a full day of riding with great people on great roads. Appreciate yall not getting frustrated on my detours due to route issues.

Also, these old guys might complain about the walking we did, but let's be honest, it was good for all of us! It's healthy to stretch our legs.

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Street Rides / Re: Street ride - starting in Gurley AL - Saturday July 24th
« Last post by Sweeper on July 25, 2021, 10:44:40 AM »
Figured out why my helmet got so loud yesterday. The pinloc tab fell out of the shield. I could be deaf from the noise!


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Photo & Video / Re: Show us your bike related pics..One pic per day!
« Last post by thinwater on July 25, 2021, 08:11:02 AM »
Nice Tiger!  I'd suggest getting a soft side bag option for trying out rougher trails.  Those hard boxes are great for street travel, rough on ankles offroad.
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