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About kbuxx

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  • Birthday 09/11/1965

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    Meadow Heights
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    Motor bikes (dirt & road), remote control helicopters, electronics, squash, golf, camping, you know ... cool stuff.

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  1. I'll take a grey one please.
  2. Oh I wish this competition was still going! Maybe we could have an ongoing one but just for fun (with no prizes). Just for the ongoing interesting places that the stickers would end up.
  3. That was an awesome days riding. Thanks Roland for the lead around some very nice tracks. Yes the rain added some grease factor early on which just kept our reflexes on full alert. I think I seen most get caught in a greasy situation (including me several times). The day started with some early challenges which warmed us up and the later trackes had a bit more pace. Excelent bunch of DirtriderZ to spend the day with. After Rolands ride ended, Dann and Eric decided to show a few of us that I was not as energetic as I had been making out. The rocky creek was a workout and the hills to follow just deflated me even more. I enjoyed the "extra" ride but could have done without that deflating feeling. Thanks to leads, sweeps, and all for a top day on the bikes. Good to catch up with some ol' faces and see some new. Cheers n beers, Brian.
  4. Woke up 20 minutes late and started watching the clock as I prepared. Rushing around is never good as you no doubt forget something. Left 10 minutes later than I would have liked but shouldn't be too late. The usual stop at the servo for last minute drinks, food and a chance for the last "comfy" toilet break. Headed down the Calder and set my cruise at max to keep good time. Watching the clock instead of other usefull displays, I missed my turn (&#$*....*^%$#). the next turn felt like 50 km away, probably 8. My GPS went into "we'll get you there another way" mode. Still watching the clock instead of other useful gauges (like the speedo) I got a done for 17km over (&%$#....*#&%$). First speeding fine in 15+ years, that will teach me, It's just not worth stressing and rushing.......... Get to the ride even later bacause I sat with the police pondering life's interesting quirky random events! Now that I have the days problems out of the way, lets ride. What a great day, and in my favourite forest. Riles loop was mint with plenty of challenges along the way. As stated, a log here and there (and every where), a rock or two and plenty of hills. This was the ride with the lot! Great bunch of guys, ride flowed really well with only a few minor issues. Thanks Riles for showing some awesome tracks, thanks sweeps for watching our backs, and thanks to all that provided the gormet indulgence to follow the ride. Till next time, love you long time! Cheers n beers, Brian.
  5. Hi Geoffro, where do I get the payment details. Not sure if I missed something....... Cheers.
  6. Lol, ok then. Good luck ha ha.
  7. Thanks mate, yeah doin ok thanks. Hope I'm not too late for a shirt!
  8. Hi Geoffro, I'd like to order a men's XL in black please.
  9. kbuxx

    FABulous Dissa

    2011 ktm 300 exc and loving it ..... A bit of a learning curve after riding a 450 for 8 years but starting to really gell with it.
  10. Well Dissa is a bit of a favorite for me as it is the closest to home. I do it a lot and know my way around. Thought I would get no surprises today but was pleasantly surprised (may be it should be called Mt pleasant). Fab's ride today bought a smile to my dial in so many ways. Lots of nice tracks and plenty of hills. Really beginning to gel with the new stead and finding it a pleasure to muster around the tight stuff and up the hills. A couple of minor mishaps today, one loss of front brakes (followed by loss of rear!). Good job by the way getting through that trail with no front brakes. One flat tyre that was quickly fixed with cable ties (hope there is a pic of that!) Must pay a big thanks to Fab for the lead around my home stomping ground, to the three sweeps and to the crew for being an awesome gang to hang out with for the day. Good to see some new faces (4 in fact) and catch up with the familiar faces. Till next time, love you long time. Cheer n beers, Brian.
  11. Thanks for the lead around CV, and thanks to sweep for sweeping all day! I have never seen so many blue bikes on one ride! 5 yamahas out of 9 bikes. Although the 3 bike with slight issues were also blue. Small text cos I said it under my breath as one was mine. Never been up that way and have for a long time wanting to jump on one of your rides. Glad I did, there were some very nice tracks covered. Nice cruizy ride that flowed pretty well. Not too dusty, only on the fire trails but not bad. Some of those tracks made you work for it which mad it a bit of fun. That middle bit through the creek was a lot of fun, I could do that again and again. Will definitely be back. Great to catch up with some old faces and also meet some new. Till next time, love you long time, Cheers n beers Brian.
  12. Maybe you could sell your house. Homeless people still need their eyes protected when they ride. Seriously Daz, they are yours! My missus bought me some not long ago so these would be spares. Better off protecting some homeless families father so he can keep his eyes in good condition! Maybe best not to sell the house just yet and use these for now..... Merry Christmas mate. P.S. I just noticed that was your 666 message. Hope that was really you talking.......
  13. Daz. just noticed. The goggles are yours mate. Next ride I see you on, Ill bring em along.
  14. Jeepers Daniel, you did hold that pain back very well. When we caught up with you, you were getting up and back into it without showing any sign of pain.... That's a riding trophy if I ever sore one (did you see what I done there?). Probably best you don't show the missus as she will say sell the stupid bike.....
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