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Old 03-13-2017, 01:56 PM
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Nice to hear you are in for sure!
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:19 PM
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JAT for those attending the Kremmling rally, elevation is some 7,300ft. Makes evenings on the cool side and afternoon spotty rain showers are not uncommon this time of year. Outdoor evenings are cool enough that light wind-breaker style jackets may be of preference for many. Be safe riding to and from, and ATGATT!
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Old 03-20-2017, 09:14 PM
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Hey Bonz,

Is Joe going to transport firewood again this year? If so, I'll start cutting it up.

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Old 03-20-2017, 09:34 PM
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Good reminder, Brant. Rain gear is a great thing to have but never need... And layers of clothing to add or take off is always the way to go under riding gear. Better to have stuff and not need it...

CZ, haven't asked Joe on the firewood. The campground manager did say we could bring our own but they sell it as well.

Joe, how are you doing? Hope all is well. You able to pick up the wood from CZ? If not, I can trailer my bike(s) and bring wood from CZ with me. Or I could trailer my bike and yours too if you don't wanna mess with that. You have gone above and beyond with helping out the past two Rally's. But I know you like to bring multiple bikes for variety and spares.
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'80SG, Showa shocks, 750 FD, 24,449 miles as of 3/16-/17, 7,200' elev, 107.5 mains, 2.25 turns, K&N air filter, stainless front lines, 39 mpg all around, auto CCT, Plexifairing III.

'01 Kawasaki ZRX 1200. Rifle Superbike Fairing, Muzzy 4-2-1, ZX11D ECU, +4 adv, pods, stick coils, CVK40 carbs, cams & pistons from ZZR 1200.

1982 Yamaha Vision 550 project. It runs, 3-20-17! Fun and quick, a bike with "soul".

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