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About Greasa15

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  • Birthday 04/21/1974

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  1. 100% behind you in spirit. Been smoking for 28 years now (I can't believe it myself). I know I should give up as my cough is giving me the s....s. I've tried patches, cold turkey, champs & hypnosis before and still couldn't break it. I'm now going for reducing at the moment. Starting with leaving smokes at work. Its working during the week but will get their for weekends.
  2. Feel your pain mate. I too can not wait to ride, dirt or road. I've got 2 dirt bikes and 2 roadbikes plus cars(work) so reg for all of those could or technically(opinion) be reimbursed for money spent. But, as a few have said Victorians in general "have bigger fish to fry" so the effort involved of recouping any funds due to lockdown would be to risky for a meagre outcome. Whilst it is frustrating during lockdown I think the (silent) majority agree with the 'basic principle of protecting the vulnerable people. Just so happens some clowns in office must have smoked some "funny cigarettes
  3. How many years have you been riding for ? 5yrs for Dirt Riding, 20yrs for Road What was your very first bike ? Dirt Bike: XL500 Bought it to ride behind factory. Only rode it 6 times before selling it some 15yrs ago. 5yrs ago bought a DT200 for Dirt riding. 1st Road bike was a Kawa GPZ 250. What is your current bike ? Husky 350 18' Do you have a childhood bike you would like to buy and restore ? ( if yes, what is it ? ) KX80 Big Wheel. Mate had one and rode it a few times, scary fun at the time Are you a 2 stroke or 4 stroke person ? 4 Stroke, test ridden 2 stroke and no
  4. Hey mate, Just paid. XL size for me. Thanks again for this and hope the moths don't chew into this one
  5. Hey Geoffro 1 JB's Wear Black/Red Hoodie. Will confirm size and pay tonight. Cheers
  6. Hi Pepperjack. How is your BV6000 going now after a year of use? I'm looking at getting a new phone and something this sturdy seams like a good option. Do you use this as a phone or just for GPS? I've had a look on ebay for them and the 16gb go for around $230 and 32gb go for $300 now. My current phone is a Sam gal S4 mini thats out of date a while now. It doesn't like to connect to Dirtriderz site or let me write a post, so will upgrade phone real soon. With the locus maps as a GPS, does it have the ability to show you directions from previous tracked maps(like Google maps from poin
  7. Hey noodles, please can i have 2 jersey's Member: Greasa15 Name on Jersey: GREASA No: 15 Size: 2XL Will pay Geoffro today ($112) by direct deposit Cheers UPDATE PAID TO GEOFFRO
  8. Great report guys. Would have loved to join you but was enjoying the warm tropical weather of Fiji!!!! Did have some fun on a Jetski safari that made me wish I was back home enjoying the bush. Was raining on the day so getting stung in the face flat out on the ski kinda made up for it. Hope to be out in the bush soon
  9. Hoodie and beanies for me thanks Geoffro. Moths liked my last hoodie and not the 5 other hoodie in wardrobe.
  10. I can log in via computer but phone won't log in saying "Sites security certificate is not trusted". I've used phone for years and never had a problem except this past week or so. Any solution?
  11. The trail that the video shows is a straight Level 2, in the dry. With a bit of water it quickly became Level 3, as seen in the first video highlighting my complete lack of skill and/or commitment. lol. I've never had trouble in the dry going up this part so will put it down to experience for future rides plus grading. There was another slight hill around the corner that I managed to get up but some struggled but got up on the 2nd go. Thanks to all of the ride reports, and snowman's video was certainly entertaining. Cheers
  12. Bigger shout out to Andy350 for kick starting this years RCHGFA fund. Also for the inspiration to me for getting off my a... and having a crack to raise as much as we have. Also a big thumbs up and shout out to Dakota for starting all of this some years ago. Without these blokes and many others the wider community might think we're a bunch that likes to get our and create some noise and on some fossil fuel burning machines with no heart, but this is not what the high percentage of riders are like at all in my few years on this forum. Thanks Geoffro for the platform for us to show we are a
  13. Also thanks to whoever it was(I'm also cap with names) that supplied a frothy at the end. I normally do but had only two in the fridge back home. Plus I'm trying again to give up the darts so no more beers for at least a week.
  14. Driving down today, thinking it'll be perfect conditions to ride, in the light rain that started and stopped until reaching the unload spot. Arrived 10 mins earlier than listed and all but 1 are already suiting up. Once again I forgot my lead and sweep vests so went fishing for some. Luckily frank (rwcfrank ) had a piece of fluro material more in tune with a late night bucks party destination. Bigpete had something more suitable for our volunteer sweep, Phil aka katman. Normally I'd head north for a 20km loop but this usually wears me out to quick so I took the 10 of us thinking I'd leav