Do you see the world in WR?

Yes I do

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I had WR-Vision all day today!

Just admiring the new TT fender stickers at 55mph...on one wheel... :cry:

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that's a kick ass wheelie ddialogue :cry:

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Thats what I call nailing a mono

Love how you can corner like that too

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F1180022.jpg 10,000 feet up in the Canadian Rockies--WR Dave. :cry:

I see ICY

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Insane!! (Again!) Is the sled dragging the bike, or the bike pushing the sled!? :cry:

That just looks like an amazing place. Are there more dogs than people there!!?

do you have to kick hard in the morning when the bike cools down ?

otherwise pics worth keeping on the HDD :cry:

Here's one from this last Saturday. You gotta love Canada! :cry:

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GREAT thread, guys!! :cry:

do you have to kick hard in the morning when the bike cools down ?

otherwise pics worth keeping on the HDD :cry:

It takes a little effort to get the bike running during the winter. Down to about -30 I start by turning the idle screw up a turn, lotsa acc pump squirts, kick 2ce, usually fires on the 2nd kick and runs for 2 or 3 seconds. It seems like it just burns up the acc squirt. I repeat the squirts and kicks and gradually the engine runs longer and longer each time until it'll finally stay running. It doesn't usually take more than 10 cycles. Any colder than -30 and I usually pre-heat the rads with a heat gun for 5 minutes or so.

Simch, yes there are more dogs than people and unfortunately the sled is towing the bike in that pic. I got caught in a light blizzard and spent the night about 20 miles outta town. S&R found me the next morning and dragged me back to town but wouldn't rescue the bike. They gave me the GPS co-ordinates and I went out on my sled a week later and towed it back to town and that's when I took the pic. Here's the cozy spot where I spent the night.

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do you have to kick hard in the morning when the bike cools down ?

I think he probably sleeps with it to keep it warm. :cry:

do you have to kick hard in the morning when the bike cools down ?

I think he probably sleeps with it to keep it warm. :cry:

Actually, I have slept with it 2ce, but it was the other way around. :cry:

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yes, yes I do.

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Man, that 55 mph video is saawwwwweeeet! :cry: :cry:

I used to live in Olympia before I started riding, man I wish I was back over there now! Great pics gentlemen, keep them coming.

Saddleback, Beverly WA. 09/25/04

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