Well, I'll try to describe my trip here for everyone and post up a few pics. first toll booths are a trip, and sometimes you can just go right on through and not pay !! :Stupid:We Got up friday and started Helping assemble Adams bike. It wasn't too bad. Brakes, headlight, tail lights, foot controlls, bleed brakes, stickered. We kinda just wrenched and hovered over Adam, to assure he would be on the road on sat. Grilled out, Drank beer and got a little smokey. I ended up buying a ttr125 from Adam's room mate while i was there so, we rode that a little. I think cliff and Mel liked it, they had never riden a dirt bike before. We dodged some small short rain showers over the week end , but nothing realy worth talking about. Got up Sat. morning and was sooooooooo ready to ride,:letsride::letsride: i had to do a big burnout to wake everyone up = great alarm clock, Sorry guys........................NOT !! We went down to a local coffee shop run by some realy outgoing Cambodians, Hello, Hello, Hello. We went and got Adams inspection sticker. The Guy at he shop said " I'll give you a sticker, but you go somewhere else and put it on. A few of Adams crew and friends showed up for the ride into Wooosta, There I'll spell it like these fuckers say it ..hahaha It was a " WICKED " cool ride into town a few wheelies and a huge turn out. We rode right to the tunell and parked right next to a bunch of chrome
arty-smiley: Yes Cliff, CRF3 did ride and we didn't get a pic of his SWEET full faired 600rr. I did by chance get a pic of him and his girl Mel. We watched the stunt show ate some grub and i had to see just how many times they could kick me out of the stunt pit for watching and talking to the stunna's. I wanted to ride somethin, but I wasn't gonna pay 45 dollars, then another 5 dollars to some guy named Ray Ray <<<< :nuts: Bwahahahahahahah, fucker.. All the pro's in the tunnel were amazing to watch. There was several honeys around at the show to look at. We walked around pretending to look at CARS ,,haha. There was a Hells Angels booth there. They didn't want any of our Custom fighters fliers though ?? :knucks:< go figure ??? :nuts: We stayed at the show till it started getting dark at jetted back to Adams for to eat and party some more. We couldn't stay for the burnouts, cuz Adam's headlight was pointing at his fender. SO I did some in his Driveway :rock: We got up Sunday and went for a few rides again. We did dodge some rain showers, but like i said, not mutch of anything. Adam had an issue on sunday with his bike that just was kinda classic, but I'll let someone else tell the story
I had a good time riding with everyone, a Bunch of great riders and fun times. We all kept it slow and safe as to not have any problems on this great event.
I can't say enough about Adam and the core group of friends he has around him. Your friends and the people you surround yourself with. Speeks volumes about a person. People are nice up here !! That was the biggest thing i noticed all weekend. ALOT ALOT more confrontaional attitudes where I'm from and it was verry refreshing. I wanna move to Mass.