Discussion in 'West - USA' started by Kevin_TE250, Aug 1, 2015.
Headed out after work today. I get off at 5 should be there by 5:30 Bahahahaha
My self image was just starting to recover! lol. My memory has gotten a lot worse. This year will be 5 and 40
I made this a couple years ago....its still mostly accurate. All the dirt on location, central Oregon, etc.
And Im headed that way Saturday morning with the FE350s !
We're getting ready to load up BMP Team 2...We should be there by dark, anything last minute to bring out from the shop, the time to speak up is RIGHT MEOW
I was going to stay the weekend. That fell through. Now I'm day tripping it tomorrow. See you guys out there.
LOOKS LIKE JonXX is there ,its perfect out!
Trees man, where are the trees?
THER LOTS OF THEM OUT THERE BEHIND THOSE ROCKS TRUST ME, THEY ARE JUST FARTHER APART THAN YOUR USED TO
Great event as always! Thanks to Bill and his support staff for putting on one of the funnest ride events of the year. All the demo bikes were great. My two favorites were the FC 450 and the TE 250 next was the FE 450. I also got a chance to ride a dialed in FS 350 with the PC tuner and pro c exhaust. Very nice ride.
Was out there yesterday. Did about 90 miles for the day. Saw Coffee, Wallybean, the BMP crew and rode all the bike. Will do a full report on the bikes but the 125 is amazing. WOW. The new motor defies logic. The FE450- was also a fantastic bike.
Even saw coffee?!?! That's like finding a unicorn lol
I know, he was right there in the open.
This bike is amazing. Several of us thought it was faster than the 250. Its a rocket. Fastest 125 I have ever ridden hands down and has power everywhere. Makes good bottom (for a 125), real strong mid and then the afterburners kick in and its gone. Usually a 125 making this kind of power needs to be shifted like crazy to keep it singing. I found I did not need to shift much at all as a flick of the clutch and its in full power mode. Stunning bike. Wicked fun to ride. Bike feels like it weighs 60 pounds. I want one bad.
Coffee's new ride?
Saturday I went by the sacred site of the Pool Noodle Incident. There was a sign saying do not remove pine cones under penally of law.
Dangit.... now you got me thinking about one....
I'm hoping everyone will call Bills to get one because of this post and he will give me one after so many sold ha ha ha.
Paul from BC here. Back home now. I had an awesome time riding and met many good folks at your husky gathering!
Saturday and Sunday was spent ripping around trying to keep up (unsuccessfully) with young Benny from Salem. Sunday after the rain was a particular treat! I didn't get a chance to chat with everyone attending, but all I spoke to were excellent folks.
Fantastic trails, so different from what we have here on the wet coast. Very impressed with the level of organization/marking and maintenance effort put into the trail system at "China Hat". I imagine this prevails at other OHV sites in the USA as well. Far beyond what we have here....mostly DIY efforts by bike clubs.
I'll try and upgrade my camp set up so next time I can hang around for the nighttime festivities.... 1/2 the fun I'm sure.
Thanks to all for making this a very entertaining event!
They really are very limited production most people will be lucky to get one if they wait too long.