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  1. Thank you Dusty for posting up this ride, it was good to catch up with you and everyone else and I had a really good time! The conditions were absolutely primo making for a great day out on the trail with a solid crew enjoying some of Dissa's finest. After having a bit of time off the bike it was important for me to get up all the hills on the first go and keep the man handling down to a minimum. I managed to achieve this except for the first decent climb where I made a road block for Natan, sorry mate... Gotta give a shout out to Noodle who swept for at least 75% of the ride and Ben for showing us all how it's done.
  2. WHAT HE SAID!!!!!!!!
  3. Had a bit of a rough start to the day with my float needle being stuck open, had to dismantle half the bike to fix it and started to worry I wouldn't be ready on time. After fixing the carb the bike wouldn't start, I tipped it upside down with the plug out and a coffee cup worth of petrol came out! It started 1st kick after that and ran like a charm all day. I really enjoyed the ride, it was great to get out and hit some trails with a good group. I managed to bin it twice and hit my head on a low branch pretty hard. Seeing as how I haven't been riding much at all lately I was feeling it the next day, I love it and I want more. Just like to thank CV for putting the ride on and beeaye for patiently sweeping all day. I'm definitely keen to come back to Chewton soon.
  4. Yeah totally agree with you about the bolt hoff. If that's their opinion then for one they're admitting that their product is sub par and secondly where does it say in the workshop manual that the motor requires a full dismantle/reassemble after the warranty period is over?
  5. Big thanks to Coggs, 2t4me amd Buzz for for leading the rides and thank you to everyone else who chipped in with the cooking and stuff, these rides are great and wouldn't happen without you. I had some good fun on Coggs's lvl2 ride, good tracks, good crew and the ride was flowing well. Dazzas battery was a bit of a fizzer, very lucky we got that thing out asap with no damage done to the new steed and good to see a modern dirt bike that will still run without a battery. After having a long break from riding it was great to get out and catch up with everyone and enjoy a few beers after the ride.
  6. Gun rider wants a 2 stroke? Get a YZ250, it may not look exotic but "he" will spend more time riding it with a big grin than looking at it. Dirt cheap in the second hand market too.
  7. Congratulations guys and well done! With all the effort and training you've had to put in which always comes with increased risk, you've done really well making it over there and such an awesome experience that will be hard to top, I can't wait to hear all about it out on the trail. Well done!
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