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Bicey

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  1. Bloke says he’s never over heated a carb 250 without a fan even in extreme stuff. Then says the oil injection line is pre mix. Dribble
  2. Just popping out to get some more beer, will be back for a laugh in about 20.
  3. This thread has some comedy gold. Keep goin please.
  4. Yeah I was surprised it looked as good as it did, didn’t really hold back on it either. Mousse was a fairly hard one too and grip was awesome everywhere.
  5. Have used them a bit, good all round tyre. Nice flat mousse and they’re primo in the slippery stuff.
  6. I’m pretty sure they are, but wider spacing between knobs so better in the looser stuff than the shinko
  7. Used one up at tenterfield hard enduro, it was near on perfect for that, pretty good wear too for 6 hours ride time. I think it’s only downfall would maybe be wet red clay but I haven’t tried it in that yet. Will be my go to tyre for the extreme stuff, if we get to ride again.
  8. They are a good thing when used in the right terrain. Minimum wheel spin, low speed extreme type terrain though, definitely not a dargo tyre as shown
  9. Great ride out there yesterday, thanks to everyone that came along. “The new buzz track” had me in all sorts up at the top last little bit, just turned into soft mud. Might be a rut or two there now. Sorry buzz. Was very slick in some spots but a great ride even with the hail coming down at stages. Will definitely be heading back there soon for another squirt. After a month off the bike I’m pretty sore now, especially after petev basically dared me to jump off the ledge. Landed it fine but tweaked the knee a bit.lol Great photos too guys those creek beds are top notch. Lot of potential out in that bush.
  10. Thanks for the ride fellas. Was a good flowing day and glad no holds ups cos that heat was pretty brutal towards the end of the day, The pot and Parma is definitely a must at the pub. No worries at all ktm-Sean, was happy to help, we’ve all done the walk of shame at some point. Had never ridden out that way but will definitely be back at some stage. Cheers lads
  11. Thanks for the ride today guys, and thanks for leading Pete. Good area you’ve got sorted out there, lots of different stuff. Had plenty of fun and those Hill climbs at the end just topped it off. Hands are shagged tho. Who knew 5 rides in a week would do that to em... Started spitting toward the end of the ride. Packed up and as we were driving out is when it pissed down. Good timing
  12. And I'm also running the high seat aswell, mainly just helps to reduce the stress on the knees over the day.
  13. I'm 6'5" aswell mate, use to run bar risers but as a few have said the pros say it's a big no no, so I just run the pastrana fmx bend bars, steg pegz help me a lot with gripping the bike, also have run the pivot pegz in the lowered stance, which I could sell u a lot cheaper than retail, I've just gone to a different set of lowered.
  14. Strong word has it that they are shutting the place down. Apparently Yamaha has pulled the pin on them aswell. Closing by October so I've heard
  15. Thanks cluffie for organizing the day. Was a well thought out loop and good pace all day. The weather really wasn't as bad as predicted until the hail storm at the end of the day although I was pretty happy to get into a nice warm car for the trip home. Plenty of tracks that I had never been on so plenty of fun. Cheers Chris for sweeping the whole day!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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