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Old 06-02-2018, 09:58 AM   #61
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I rode Ortega with my brother this morning 7am to 9am. We have a 5 mile section that we session over and over. We got 50 miles in with minimal traffic. Tons of fun.


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Old 06-02-2018, 11:01 AM   #62
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Old 06-10-2018, 06:27 PM   #63
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Actually, not my bike but someone else's. Spent the past 2 days at American Supercamp and had a of a lot of fun learning to ride something else and in a different way.

Guy in the picture is Josh Hayes and I'm pretty sure he saved that.
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Old 06-11-2018, 08:19 PM   #64
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i28, I was there too. Didnít know anyone from this board was there !!! Probably talked to you and didnít even mentally register you were on this board 🧐. I rode in group 2 and had an amazing time. Being rooster tailed by Josh Hayes was an epic experience !!! And watching his wife Melissa Paris give him the bird 🖕🏽 for pole putting her put me in stitches 🤣. Great weekend, learned a ton of stuff, what to do under low grip conditions (in the muddy dirt that was drenched with tons of water), doing extreme point & shoot riding,
MotoAmerica riders Bobby Fong & Cameron Petersen rode with us as well, and it was the best way to honor Nicky Hayden (flat tracking) on his day 6/9 (June 9th- the day his memorial statue was unveiled in Owensboro, KY). Just donít tell anybody that I looped a wheelie on a TTR125 twice 🤫🤭 !!!!

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Not us in Cali but this video gives a good taste of what Supercamp is all about.
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i28, I was there too. Didn’t know anyone from this board was there !!! Probably talked to you and didn’t even mentally register you were on this board ��. I rode in group 2 and had an amazing time. Being rooster tailed by Josh Hayes was an epic experience !!! And watching his wife Melissa Paris give him the bird ���� for pole putting her put me in stitches ��. Great weekend, learned a ton of stuff, what to do under low grip conditions (in the muddy dirt that was drenched with tons of water), doing extreme point & shoot riding,
MotoAmerica riders Bobby Fong & Cameron Petersen rode with us as well, and it was the best way to honor Nicky Hayden (flat tracking) on his day 6/9 (June 9th- the day his memorial statue was unveiled in Owensboro, KY). Just don’t tell anybody that I looped a wheelie on a TTR125 twice ���� !!!!
Wow. Small world!
The amount of talent in that room was amazing. Even those young guys teaching us, man... wow! they could ride.
I learned so much about sliding and how body positioning affects traction in those conditions (especially after a few falls and small highsides from testing the limits on the first day. )
and those little bikes would naturally wheelie when shooting off from a stop and it surprised me too (probably cause there's so little weight up front).
I was in the newb group so maybe we crossed paths and chatted. I'll shoot you a PM.

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Those young guys were in the Red Bull Rookies Cup and Spanish cev moto2 championship and all are sponsored professional racers. Those kids were amazingly talented, had zero ego, and taught all of us lots of things. The fact that there was so much talent in that room testified to the fact that having these skills in your tool box is mandatory if you want to be fast on asphalt. With all of his vast wealth, why would Rossi build a low grip flat track in his backyard rather than some badass personal asphalt road race track ?? Because this stuff matters when the grip is marginal or the pace is lap record breaking fast !!!

I know who i28 is 😉. Letís see some others from this board sign up for Supercamp this fall when they return to Cali.
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Wow, that looks like a ton of fun.
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I did rode to Monterey Bay and back over the weekend.

This was my longest trip on my supersport. I am surprised that my back held up so well.

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I like riding them when they donít mind getting dirty 😁🤣🤗
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Rode from Lakeside to Ramona, Warner Springs, Idyllwild to Banning. Then hopped on the freeway to Palm desert then back to Warner Spring and back...around 296 miles. hurt but satisfied.
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Rode from Lakeside to Ramona, Warner Springs, Idyllwild to Banning. Then hopped on the freeway to Palm desert then back to Warner Spring and back...around 296 miles. hurt but satisfied.


That is a good mix of bikes. Sounds like a fun loop.


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That’s an awesome loop! Done it many times and each time was awesome.

Glad you were able to enjoy it.

That said.... Warner Springs has a great glider port with talented folks that run the business. If you ever want to be up in the air for relatively low-cost, think about those people!
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Loved it...well not so much the freeway part going to Palm Desert...too hot at 1 in the afternoon. Opened my visor just to get an even hotter blast of air...lol. Overall it was an awesome loop.
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Rode.............................................. .................................................. .... hurt but satisfied.

That's what she said........


I couldn't resist, monkeyfist, so much that I went back there. (old)

I'll be good now.
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