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I loved mud when I raced MX. Mud seemed to fit my style of riding or something, but I would usually place well when it was muddy or pouring rain, sometimes even bring home the gold.

So did you fall down and go boom? :p
 

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Bacchus said:
I loved mud when I raced MX. Mud seemed to fit my style of riding or something, but I would usually place well when it was muddy or pouring rain, sometimes even bring home the gold.

So did you fall down and go boom? :p
Nope. Never fell. But muddy trail riding on a dirt bike is more trouble than it's worth. If I had a 4 wheeler..... :hmm:
 
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I know of one that will be available any time right here in Omaha. I'll make you a smokin' deal on it so long as you don't mind a little blood and brain matter to clean up before you ride it...
 
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ConqSoft said:
Nope. Never fell. But muddy trail riding on a dirt bike is more trouble than it's worth. If I had a 4 wheeler..... :hmm:
When I was riding dirt bikes, the guys I rode with often told me I should get a 4-wheeler. I tended to ride through stuff they went around. Maybe they got tired of helping me get un-stuck...
 

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:rotfl: I knew there was something yet to come when I saw your 'more protection' thread when you mentioned you hadnt really washed it yet...and it looked like mine does AFTER I wash it ;)

Did you not fall down because it was a physical impossibility (ie: mud appearing out of your triple clamp and suspending the bike :) ), thats the stuff I love, but yeah..it's an acquired taste. Wouldn't be much riding up here until about Oct. if I didn't like mud and rocks;)
 

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Figured I'd attach some recent images to make you feel better ;)

The foot shot was in ~40 deg. water. I had already 'swam around' enough to get the chunks off, but for some reason felt like taking a pic?

The tailshot of the bike is about a 2-3 in the scale of mud grandeur for this area, it was just silty river mud. Typically its 2000 year old animal dung mixed in with topsoil, and that crap (even with 2300 psi) needs a danged air hammer to remove.

edit: realized you could indentify the swingarm and tire still, downgraded to a 2-3.
 
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Chain said:
I know of one that will be available any time right here in Omaha. I'll make you a smokin' deal on it so long as you don't mind a little blood and brain matter to clean up before you ride it...
:lol:

:guns:

...and as long as it gets picked up quickly, before the aforementioned blood and brain matter have had a chance to dry :smilebig:
 

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johnnycrash said:
Mud seperates the men from the boys.
That is all.
:rotfl:

I HATE dust.
 

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luvtolean said:
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I HATE dust.
I learned that one finally :D When I call my friend "hows the weather out there this week?" and he says "good, it shouldn't be too dusty this weekend" :evilaugh: .

Just sounds a helluvalot better then "we'll be parking at the park entrance and we can throw the YZ in the back of the truck, unless you think the civic is ok for 10" of draft on the fireroads heading in?".
 
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ConqSoft said:
Nope. Never fell. But muddy trail riding on a dirt bike is more trouble than it's worth. If I had a 4 wheeler..... :hmm:

Oh boy. Here it comes boys.....

I give it a week and a half. :deal:

HD
 
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For off roading 4 wheeling is the only way to go.

My old Banshee was great in just about anything you put it into even mud :smilebig:
 
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