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Old November 17th, 2010, 10:02 PM
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I need a new 990 and head up and ride VT with you. This city shit blows.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 10:39 PM
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Is insurance paying for it or what? It's pretty much the worst feeling to have something stolen and admit defeat so soon, as it's such a personal purchase, but at least insurance should cover it. Honestly I couldn't imagine if my truck was stolen. My Bianchi was stolen last year, but at least it was recovered.

I wanted to just knock-out the dude who even attempted to steal it. What a low-life.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 09:21 AM
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Have you done that Trans-Mass or PDR route through Vermont? Last month I linked the two together. Awesome stuff.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 09:25 AM
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Have you done that Trans-Mass or PDR route through Vermont? Last month I linked the two together. Awesome stuff.
I've done lots of sections of the PDR.

Haven't done the trans-mass trail yet. I missed that ride last year.

Usually we head to northern Maine or Canada, but VT is awesome.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:07 PM
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Are rides you do up North Dual Sport of highway and back road? Care to share some routes??! Couple of us are doing Baja in March. You ever ridden down there before?
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Are rides you do up North Dual Sport of highway and back road? Care to share some routes??! Couple of us are doing Baja in March. You ever ridden down there before?
We mainly do back roads to get to an area, then explore the 2 track in that area. Lots of riding around Flagstaff Lake in Maine and such. You can basically go from northern NH to the middle of Maine all on dirt or 2 track.
VT has more dirt roads and some great views though.
I don't have many routes, but can give you some good start/ end points.

Are you on ADV rider?

Hit up the Cromag event in VT next year. Its great.

Never ridden a bike in Mexico, sounds fun, but I'd need some sand skills first. Not much sand up this way.

BTW, that is not my bike that is taking a nap. Mine is the one still vertical in front.
These shots were around Lower Shaw Pond in Northern ME.
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Old April 26th, 2011, 04:36 PM
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I picked up a 2011 KTM Enduro R a couple of weekends ago. Such a nice ride. New counterbalance eliminates the vibration of the old LC4. 50lbs lighter and 10hp more than my 640 Adventure. Its a rocker for a single!

Mike & Stephan, what is your Advrider names? I want to do a long trip this summer up to VT, NH, MA.
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