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KnightHawk

Bad trail riding day?

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First let's start with it being cold out. Took the hour to an hour and half drive to the trails. Got there and me and my friend were the only ones. A few kids and their parents showed up about an hour later. Riding was fun till my friend went down the wrong side of the creek. He started to sink and gave it more gas. Was still moving till he started coming up out of the hole then a complete stop. Front end was in the shallow part of water but the rear end was in the water all the way up to the seat almost. High enough that he couldn't let the motor die cause he has his muffler under water. I back up in the water and yanked him out. His feet were soaked and it's cold so we ended the day.

On the way home though we had a tire go flat on the trailer. Let's not mention we have no spare and if we did we couldn't change it. The trailer is built wrong and the tire cant have air in it to get it in place to be bolted back on. Mobile trailer axle and the trailer frame was built around it. The wheel won't slide past the outer part of the frame and the axle.

Well friend took my truck and I stayed with the trailer while he went home to get his truck and car hauler, which my trailer barely fit on. He got a speeding ticket going home and a warning for loud exhaust on my truck. I had to wait almost two hours for him. Took another hour to get my trailer on his trailer.

I don't need any more bad luck for today.

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A bad day at riding is better than a day at the office.

Most of the time ! I`ve had rides:laugh: where i wished I`d stayed home shootin pool

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A bad day at riding is better than a day at the office.

my thoughts exactly....keep ur chin up, fix it, and ride it again!

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i hate days like that .. i rolled my big quad a couple weeks ago and it was a bad day ... didnt hurt much but broke my kolpin hand gards/mirrors and now i gott take a couple hours to get the broken bolts out of them ...

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