Things I learned in Reno this year

zio

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I'm not nearly as slow as I thought I was. I can mostly keep up with mid-fast guys like Eddie, Tony Da Rat, etc., as long as I'm not tired.

The Canadians are crazier than Mick, but he's still #1 in the boyish good looks category. And I thought I was gay-bait.

Lou looks much faster on trails than he does on a track. But then he looks "slow" again as soon as his helmet comes off. Poor fella.

Kav is not anorexic, he just has tapeworms. Somebody feed that skinny dude!

I am a hero. I saved the day when GSR's throttle cable broke 13 miles away from camp and I rode her bike back like Shane Watts, uphill all the way, through the jaws of alligators, over pungee sticks, blindfolded. She and Bratt are my witnesses. And I did not have the menage a trois they begged me for afterward. Aimee still tried to seduce me with "Hey zio, help me with my zipper". Deny that one, lady.

I can also make it up hills that other DRN'ers can't. Nevermind who.

Jake, a.k.a. Mellow Yellow (formerly ggoja), always manages to be hiding on some part of the trail taking pictures when you're looking your worst. He's evil.

Don't take the drink VD offers you right before bedtime. Much like eating his salsa, your butt will be hurting the next day.

Moonrocks in February is THE best place on earth.
 

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I learned:

Be alert when following Zio on the trail, he likes to try and roost you with poop.

I need a 450

Some of the waitresses at Fireside should NOT wear their "uniform", better yet, they should just get jobs as truck mechanics

Iowa really sucks, big time, worse now, than ever before. This state should be turned into a tree hugger resort, with razor wire all the way around it. It's not good for anything dirt bike related.

Whoops make me hurt in places I didn't know I could hurt.

Sand isn't all that bad of a thing to ride on, it hurts less when you decide to lay down for a nap.
 

Farmer John

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Rooster said:
Some of the waitresses at Fireside should NOT wear their "uniform", better yet, they should just get jobs as truck mechanics.
The patch is what made the ensemble for me :eek:
 

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That is a picture of the best traction material on earth. Who's the SPODE?
 

zio

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Hey everybody, Strick's bald. And for Pete's sake.... I'm telling you- at times when you're not really supposed to be going fast, you round a blind corner and there he is, snapping photos, and you have to do something like stick your leg out & try & lean over to look fast. But roost doesn't lie.
 
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zio

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zio said:
I can also make it up hills that other DRN'ers can't. Nevermind who.

Jake, a.k.a. Mellow Yellow (formerly ggoja), always manages to be hiding on some part of the trail taking pictures when you're looking your worst. He's evil.
The gloves are off, dude!
:p
 
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I learned that Zio is not as weird as he would have everyone believe, he's my Hero! He won't even bat an eye if you need help being stuffed into your riding pants! :)

If you're crazy enough, you really don't need a throttle to ride a dirtbike.

That Mellow Yellow is really cool and can take whatever the Canadians can dish out.

That our mentally unstable DRN Canucks are not representative of all Canadians. They are, shall we say, "special". :)

Strick and Mimi haven't changed one bit and are still awesome hosts!

and that I miss the desert!!!
 

Rooster

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Farmer John said:
The patch is what made the ensemble for me :eek:
FJ, we did some speculation and couldn't decide if that patch she was wearing was one of those patches they are always spamming us with to enlarge your, uhh, errrr, well, you know?

:think:

scary
 

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I learned how to play hockey, in the dirt, with beverage impaired Canadians.
I learned that even the smallest of females can hip check beverage impaired Canadians, while playing sand hockey, and manage to knock them over!

I REALLY REALLY need a WR250!!!!!!

Strick is the awesomest for letting me borrow the 200 for the day and it even had brakes!

Old cab drivers that don't know where they're going make for a very, shall we say, interesting ride...

AND The #1 thing I learned in Reno this year...among the DRN'ers that were there, it's a bad idea to walk around saying "My butt hurts..." :laugh:
 

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i have learned that even old people can ride! I learned that jake is the most resourseful person i saw there! mean toast dude! I have learned that folk from canada are a blast! and a BW can jump!