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joet82

Labor Day Weekend Ride

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Hey, inviting all who can come, me and a few other friends will be meeting up at El Mirage, CA. Let me know and I will gladly let you know where our group will be staying. sadly I won't be able to make it out there till mid saturday, but I will definitly be staying till monday.

Take care and have a safe weekend wherever you ride.

Location changed. anyone up for joining us?

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El Mirage is about an hour north of LA on I-15. Just the north side of the San Bernadinos.

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Welcome to the site, Feel free to ask any question you may have.

btw bot, I think you're a lucky guy....finding a woman that beautiful AND her being interested in riding....luck catch. Hope I'm that lucky some time soon. haha:laugh: mainly so she doesn't make me sell mine. :no:

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HAHA, Thanks she is the greatest chick ever. Another cool thing about her is she doesn't like her ride stock, so I get to add the after market stuff to 2 machines. I love suping up the machines.

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HAHA, Thanks she is the greatest chick ever. Another cool thing about her is she doesn't like her ride stock, so I get to add the after market stuff to 2 machines. I love suping up the machines.

Does she have a twin? or a sister? haha:wink::laugh:

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Good place to ride, its in ST. Clairsville ,Ohio its called Powerline Park its $30 for the weekend free camping over 1000 acres of riding area, they have mud bogs for truck and quads, hill climbs and you can also try out theere GNCC course Gates open fri. Aug. 29th at 2pm and you have to be off the grounds on sun. Aug. 31st so its a pretty good deal $30 for 3 days of fun

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Does she have a twin? or a sister? haha:wink::laugh:

I don't know how open minded you are but she has a brother!!!!:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Hey, YFZ that sounds like a great place to ride. Is this someones private land and they just open it up?

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I don't know how open minded you are but she has a brother!!!!:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Hey, YFZ that sounds like a great place to ride. Is this someones private land and they just open it up?

Yeah, I don't swing that way. sry to disapoint.

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Just messing, he doesn't either. Go out to Glamis when it gets cooler. There are plenty of chicks out there, they all like riding. Go take your pick!

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yeah, sadly glamis is a 6 hour drive from me.:aargh: Pismo is about 3 and gorman is about 2.5. there is one female on here in the same town as me, but she's 10 years younger and hardly online. haha:laugh:

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:aargh::aargh::aargh:well, socal f-ing sucks....I have officially been flaked on....AGAIN by people down here, who say "ya, just let me know when you go riding, and i'll let you know the same, and we'll go." but no. nobody passes me any information on when they are heading out or when I can meet up with them.....GD LA Fags.:aargh::aargh::aargh:

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Dude, Your'e welcome to come join us up at Black Springs.

I'd love to, but Norcal is too far for me.

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My weekend has gotten worse....I still haven't gotten my riding fix yet....the place I was going today is CLOSED cause of a fire. damn socal.

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