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About JOF062

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  1. Just a heads up a guy on facebook has posted he found barbwire across a track at Tallarook on Saturday.
  2. Top day early start and finish love it, Home and cleaned up before dinner. Covered 50 odd km. All the whoops had water in the bottom so the deep ones made for some interesting moments and wet feet. No big offs but everyone had a drop or two. Expecting to see the boys on more rides in the futuređź‘Ť Thanks Fellas
  3. Awesome mate well done..... Local knowledge got it done.
  4. Have been running SSB lithium since (Walks) offered me one to be a tester for my 12 350 back in the day. Have never needed to charge one despite some lengthy spells of more than 3 months after injury's, Wouldn't bother with lead anymore.
  5. Got a Airoh Aviator 2.2 The Good..Super Light,Great Air flow,Pads have kept their shape(200hrs) The Bad...Very Expensive (When its in bits for cleaning its seems way way over priced) Goggle fitment. Would i buy another one.....Yep it fits my head.
  6. Check the ride site mate... Rider has given you his spot.:D

  7. Toby has finished the stage... Some others stopped as well
  8. Everyone on time is always good thing on a 13c summer morning, A few tech issues with gear got sorted and we where away. Started as a free ride no real loop set till some old 2016 data popped up on screen that looked ok unfortunately the east/west data was out by 30 plus metres so we missed a few turns and where found bush bashing looking for tracks that where not there. Finished up at about 80km for late lunch beer to wash dust down (Thanks Macca) Good crew good time no damage!
  9. Some vids from today.
  10. Thanks Ian,Riles and Mike for running a very smooth ride. Offered Mike some relief from sweep duties about the half way point but he declined, But added... "Its keeping me check from doing stupid things and hurting myself". 10 mins later a frisky Geoff side swipes a stump and makes a mess of his toe. #$%& and that hurt,Thanks Riles for the drugs. Gee there was was very tired blokes in the car park at the end but all had big smiles and thats a sign of a good ride.
  11. Garmin Montana is what you need but more than your budget. The 610 would be the go. Has been around since 2011 and gets updated every 2 years or so but hasn't really changed spec wise, And for good reason coz it works. Spares can be found cheap on line if you smash it. Allow for the garmin rugged mount in your budget as well. FAQ...https://advrider.com/f/threads/garmin-montana-collected-wisdom-and-faqs.790308/ Forum...https://advrider.com/f/threads/garmin-montana.688775/
  12. JOF062

    WOMBAT 2+

    Oh i see what you did there.....
  13. JOF062

    WOMBAT 2+

    Just knew today was going to be great day when i made it 14km into the city without one red light. And then the car and bike fill coincided in perfect timing "Freaky". Unfortunately that didnt transform into any outstanding riding skills on my part. Really light misty rain on and off all day had most with googles off after the wipers ran out. Hit the deck 4 times in 20 mins trying to get out of one the of sisters and crashed on the chicken as well. "Sigh" Good news is i think i rode better after that. Thanks Andy for organising and the sweeps too... Good Stuff!
  14. No level 2 riders here today fellas! Thanks Habs for organising. Very nice swoopy loop mate with some tech stuff to it spice it up. Good Stuff! Trails were wet but traction was good. Just a perfect ride for me after 4 months off, I jumped ship at the end of the first loop.
  15. That's one very very comfortable shed.... One more please Harry.
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