Yeah it was great time. It felt a little chilly in the morning because of the wind but once we go on the bikes it was warm. The rain missed us and we had perfect weather. I got there before the gates opened at 8:50 and I think Jeremy was to trucks behind me. Signed up pulled in and Brian showed up as we unpacked. We rode the dirt track most of the time. Me and Jeremy ventured out and rode some trails and a couple of steep hills. I died the bike out and went to roll down a hill to get it jump started well at least Jeremy went first and was able to witness this
I rolled down the hill and popped the clutch, well the bike turned over and started to take off. Right when it did I realized I was pointed right for a tree
well I decided to go left which was no problem but the issue was there was a trench/big rut that was all mud the real deep sticky shit. I rolled right through it and got stuck. I tried to power through it but with slicks all I did was spin. I got off the bike and the bike was standing up and down all by itself as it was stuck in the mud. Me and Jeremy sat there and laughed just staring at it wishing we had a camera. Well after his help we were able to pull it out and get back to riding.
One think is for sure my bone stock YZ 450 dirt bike is a bit of a handful but the built YZ motard of mine take that a step further when trying to ride it with slicks
It was good practice and I am looking forward to more of it. Only complaint I have was the dirt track was a little sandy which made it a bitch to turn with slicks. I basically had to ride it like I was on ice since the front would wash out.
Me tossing the fresh rebuilt Ohlins forks on Friday night
Stopping at the atm before while headed to the track. Minty clean and fresh
After the day of riding. You can see the front tire was buried in the mud I hit
Elroy ur ass should have showed up earlier so we could al ride together.
Hey Jack what happened too many beers Friday night???