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About Tripitaka

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    Near Fawkner cemetery.. shhhhh
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    Eating and not getting fatter.

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  1. That is frustrating. Good news, but frustrating.
  2. This ride was my second Tallarook ride in a month. I had grand plans to arrive at about 8:30 but it's definitely getting harder to get up in the mornings.... It was a relaxed start and everybody showing up around same time. this 4wd showed up towing a very wobbly strapped in husky. It was Don doing laps of the flat Rock camp ground. I tell you what with all of the bikes there I wouldn't really want to call it a campground. there was however a great looking caravan with a KTM hanging out the front and two kids. there was a pretty looking beta with the sun shining up on it up on th
  3. Thanks so much @Andy350 for creating a fantastic event for such a good cause and thanks @Murdoch because you guys really got this off the ground. Thanks@Bad Badger for the DJ set which had me laughing and groaning and dancing. Oh, and to those with especially terrible vocals later in the night. It was great. Ahhhh the serenity was missing until a Genny conked it but the laughter was not. Again thanks to @splints for level1+ ride. Nicely done mate! Bravo. It was made all the more special by a really enjoyable collective of riders. @TooTimid you have the best one liners! I ha
  4. I totally agree! Now I'm sitting on my couch dreading going upstairs because well .... It's up stairs.. .."oh my quad"
  5. Hi there, Im thinking of buying a Beta 300 , would you recomend them?

    1. Tripitaka


      They're much beta (sic) than you'd think. 

  6. Well twas a dark n stormy night..... 5 chicks and a ring in bloke arrive and professionally and quickly get hauling. Yeah Ok it was actually a cold n clammy undies day, those days where goggles became a hindrance. Hands numb. Even with all my gear on I didn't sweat, I mean 'glow' (ladies ride Afterall hehehehe) Kelly was blinded by rain but was a trooper using faith as her navigation, might of been secretly using tail lights too. We spent most of our explore ride having no idea at all where we were going, except blind @Kelly85M84 who regained sight after the rai
  7. You going no matter the weather?
  8. Marysville is fine with me. I find when i have to lead, all of a sudden i learn the tracks. Lol. You'd be great at leading.
  9. Now Deb, if it's friends it's no pressure. I can catch my breath. Pick dirt out of my teeth.... All good. It be good for you to lead. Cap it at 5 or something.
  10. @TooTimid when will you lead a ride? Level 1 looks like it's calling.
  11. I recently rampaged. Fox 180 womens jerseys not stretchy, too short. Thor phase had good fit. Fox 360 men's jersey. Super stretchy and long to cover ass. Yay. I'm tall. Potential exposed butt syndrome. Alpinestars techstar. Stretchy men's pants. Cinch in waist option. Yay. I've wondered how crap MX racewear would be really.... I looked at it because it's super stretchy.. might tear too quick. Dunno Gaerne usually make wide fitting calf. Pretty sure only big foot sizing .I found AStar narrow calf. The Fox comp 5 ladies I found fit low wide calves. I wou
  12. Lvl 1-2 at cruisy pace. I mainly ride cobaw forest ...also happy to travel. Can lead at Cobaw. I have ridden Kinglake, dissa, Ballan, wombat, lake cobbler, Whitfield.