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  1. kmatts55

    Rockin and rootin at Chewton...

    The Kamarooka Lord thanks you for an excellent ride Steve. I thoroughly enjoyed every thing we got... and I think you took us to the cleaners down washing machine among so many other great tracks. There was one down hill that had you tighten the sphincter. As others have already said, you have an excellent loop CV with many challenges. I hadn't ridden for nearly 7 weeks and found a bit of arm pump on a few rocky uphill adventures, but thoroughly enjoyed the day in the golden triangle. The highlight for me, was watching Nasty (and Bicey, Petev, Brownballs, Sabo, Hoff) smash a hill on the pegs to perfection, that had some dire consequences if not delivered correctly! Thanks again for a top crew and the master sweep Cujo,
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    Dissa in winter

    The main thing is not to get your gloves dirty Mr B
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    Murrindindi with BenG = magic

    Some very nice pics by all, I liked the look of that rocky creek drop off. Looks like you boys were treated to some nice trails....If only Dindi was a bit closer ! Excellent stuff and love to read and see a good ride report.
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    Cobaw in search for Dakota`s tracks

    Many thanks Marko for leading a fantastic Cobaw ride. Loved every minute of it. It was another long day in the saddle, back at the cars near on 5pm. The conditions were a little wet and chilly in the morning, but still good grip. What I love about this ride, is that over the course of the day, there is just so much variation in terrain. From tight technical stuff, to rocky stuff, to hills, to flow'y stuff, it has it all. I can't decide if I like the second half better than the first half of the ride, as they both have so much good bits, but the second half I haven't ridden much before so will go with that as my favorite bits. We had a very capable crew which all flowed very well and was great to meet a few new dirtriderz that ate up everything Marko through at us and more. No pic's as to wet to carry the phone. Thanks Gypsy and Sabo (and BenG) for sweep duties. and big thanks for Bruce in transporting me.
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    Yes indeed what am awesome effort to make this happen, all the best Mev and Buzz on your adventure, love the work you have both put into this and can't wait to hear the epic stories. I think we need to plan for a welcome back ride/bbq, but at a level us gummies can ride. Safe travels and riding.
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    Dustys Dissa what a Pissa

    Haha..... nah it was that white cream Jason Bayer gave me to put on it ....I thought it smelt a bit funny
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    Dustys Dissa what a Pissa

    Bee sting the day before ride
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    Dustys Dissa what a Pissa

    I must have upset some dirtriderz yesterday and woke up right completely closed
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    Queen`s birthday with King leader 99percent at Dissa

    All I can say is thanks for 99% for stepping up and taking charge with the lead to make the day go ahead. Excellent job. Marko's first post with great photos says it all..... goodtimes And just for every single rider on the day for bringing the right attitude, banter, skills, help, jokes and good times........and of course it was all that bit better riding with ol mate the Hoff on his come back ride, he certainty hasn't forgotten how to ride, not sure if it was his new bike, but I know I was holding him up whenever I was in front. I tweaked by back on a down hill into the creek just before lunch, so a special thanks to Jason Bayer for the Viagra he gave me to get me through the rest of the day. I haven't been to dissa to many times, so happy to make it up swamp hill for the first time, first attempt......but it was ugly. up is up. Yes that was a very nice welcome cold beer pudmud and co at the end of the ride. Thanks
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    BearMX and the Big Desert Adventure

    Nice work Bruce, Looks the goods and I suspect more suited to big bore 4-stroke territory. I will have to get on one of these desert rides, as never been in that neck of of the sands before. Great pics
  11. Hah! I think we all add that Gypsy fleetwood Mac song running through our heads on Sat. Highlight was while we were having a quick break, we just so happen to be near the hill called the wall, of which no one was going to attempted except yeah.......... you know who, and watch Gypsy go up and down 10 times. Very nice work. ok a few picks of one of the many hill climbs. Will be back again.
  12. Just a very quick note, Excellent ride today, Gypsy did an exemplary lead ride, will post more details with pics.......but gotta run as have to go out for a dinner date so more to come.......
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    chewton chewed us up

    I've only been there once and need to go again, so keep your good work up Kamarooka kid (CV)........ but a very important note, is the outstanding comradeship to the crew ( I suspect Tiny et'al) in getting everyone out safe and home.
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    Wombat pub run 2+ May19

    Oh CV you need to lift your game to support the "Kamarooka Lords" !!! LOL
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    Wombat pub run 2+ May19

    It was very nice to join your ride and have a nice feed at the Pig n Whistle. Prime conditions , albeit slick here and there. Had a ball. and is all about what drz is. Excellent stuff fellas. Love hour work. Great stuff