I don't know about that but teh Midnight Warrior is one of the bikes I would like to have in my stable (if I had a stable). Good looking bike with almost no chrome.larryboy said:
i agree,cool looking bikes.tomatocity said:I don't know about that but teh Midnight Warrior is one of the bikes I would like to have in my stable (if I had a stable). Good looking bike with almost no chrome.larryboy said:
Find 'OldSixFifty' from .net. He is supposed to be a great guy.djen223 said:how about nevada? we need some people with klrs and computers? holy hell batman im all alone. but I do like to travel so north south ill come see all of ya :mrgreen:
Many times I wish I was living where you are. This morning a Deputy Sherriff was KIA. The car that just went down my street with 100db stereo. Traffic backed up for three miles on Stockton Blvd. All these make me want to have an alternative to where I live. Maybe a place I could ride my KLR WFO as I am leaving the backyard. :mrgreen:djen223 said:I felt a burn :lol:
Great photo. Definitely not to many living or asphalt things in the way of your front wheel. Do I hear a future Tech Day! All we need is a motel or camping area and a couple of places to eat. 400 miles via I-80 concrete. No you don't have to meet Cam's standards.djen223 said:
there is the town of carlin. pop. 2000 great place to raise kids imho. now shopping is another story.
we do have a meth problem around these parts, but I think alot of areas do now.
I can ride out my back yard and do dirt roads and trails all the way to vegas 420miles . or all the way north into idaho.via dirt roads. it really is a dual sport meca.
we also have the million watt stereos .