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Hey MWKE. We shipped out the quads last Thursday. We are flying to San Fran Wednesday 6/20 and driving to Pismo Thursday midday. Hope to see someone from this site there.

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DAMMIT!!!!!!!!!!!! I am Picking up my NEW TRAILER TODAY!!!!!!!!!!! Today is the 22nd.....

You by now have Pitched a tent, Fueled up the Bikes....Hit some Dunes and are Drinking and throwing wood on the Fire:mad:

I have a 9am Walk Through on the Trailer my youngest will be with me and my wife is working:mask: I dont think she will miss us:laugh:

What Mile Marker are you going to be camped at....WTF am I asking questions for???? You wont be able to answer them!!!!!!!!!!

Anyone have his Phone number???/

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No knock off for me. I sell enough knock offs to own 4 name brand atvs. The 416ex was really fun in the dunes, but the 265r was kicked a$$.

There was a group there that was not with us, and they had 4 Jetmotos. They had 2 250 trail bikes, and 2 250 sport atvs.

None of the non-riders from this site were there.

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:eek: I tried my ASS OFF to go!!!! I didnt get out of the Dealership When I picked up my Trailer till Friday around 2pm.....:aargh: Hell,,,,I even Left a Message with your Answering Service for you to call me Friday Morning......You Never Friggen Did....I was BUMMED:cry: My Son Really wanted to go and Try out his new Tires too....Im SOOOO Sorry that I didnt make this....I really wanted to meet ya and Shred some Sand with you...Next Trip..(But not around Fathers day) I will Plan a HUGE GROUP ride with my Cronies while you are there....

BTW....How was the Crowd??? Was the Sand all F'ed up:unsure: Where were you camped????

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None of the non-riders from this site were there.

Bring that 265 Back next yr....I'll have a little something for it.....:wink:

BTW.....did you make it out to the Drag Strip???? If so,,,,,How did you do???

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Crap I got a message from the answering service. It said Craig called about the trio. We called but we didn't leave a message. I didn't know what a trio was. Now I know they typed trip wrong.

The 265 stayed in San Fran for the next trip.

We camped right on the beach, so the sand was ok. It was so windy when we got there we had to wear our goggles walking around. It calmed down, and the rest of the weakend was great. We had 8 32 foot campers, and went through 400 cans of beer, Jim and I went through a bottle of Jag Sat. night. We both went through 5 gallons of 110 oct. that stuff is $66 for 5 gallons! ouch! We made it back to the drags a couple of times. Didn't do to bad. Shifting is way different in the sand then on hard pack, so once we figured that out we did pretty good.

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