One had best BE a Schwarzenegger, to try this, with a fully-loaded (as in, over-loaded) bike!For those who want to use the Schwarzenegger maneuver, one can simply tip the bike over on its side.
Hey, and what if the pump fails? Only means, you've got some fuel in there requiring some creativity to use!Not quite sure why so many people (usually ones that don't own the thing) think the thing is going to fail. In reading and researching my conclusion is that failures are quite rare. A simple rebuild kit seems like pretty reasonable insurance.
Lol, or just do like I did with my WR last weekend, dump it in a high banked sand corner with the wheels at the top. All the gas runs down but it's a bugger to pick up!I think I'd just do a huge sustained wheelie and if that didn't work simply launch the bike into an end over end jump. That should take care of the problem.
I might be interested in the eastern portion form St. John NFL to Baie-Comeau, QC...........By the way, I'm looking for fellow adventure seekers interested in the trip. (date isn't cast in stone yet, but probably July 2016) Info on the route can be found at graveltravel.ca