PDA

View Full Version : Me @ Galveston - Crystal Beach Take II



BlackWidow
March 24th, 2007, 12:33 PM
Let's hope it works this time..

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ311x3ZxqwBm-dX3-w465bM-X-eh_GDCYd00ZynBkTPY0bPJSCM25mxovxypDastpB7CdiKaiRom q1djLuCG5WE5frXPD2kFfOEtA

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3113aGW476mFK03QVxQHakg6mWLXf I1Hk-wAAPQjLx8KQnEornCV7Hjutj0Lf6uvrdpd8eMgMiwV-KofL321zIL79plKWD8RnmVQ

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3114OaHHR8zkett7odtJDWTOljKE-arroDLxtmkxnawZEVS7BQRgBEBo9YT-QpWWBIwkZp_dsszBKQgYXorPh2SGRUY4xrJpgf4g

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3115KNE3BmI1VOcL6H9bpV1S-TruooSW2nQjT6bFjDa6-5EysZouliHYHlNwXD_nQsDfoq9uIZQdVbSK5Msr5mkVVS6OGbO bxxAg

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31165BhJgyBcmTYZcTU3wgOGNjws0 FkmeuepBbJxtrlFDPJEr84psR3aJYOcF3vLPuFKdglvLTGsJ1Z FOrDUUUgnEOBOKeBofHOg

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3110Gu__OlkHV9xx7twkCUCqNJVuA h60h1EFxsJM3k0-SCSyMC4aQmbpLzB1zYWT-qOMVeIsebsnY_Zb_h_DqDTIXAn3l2NJiMkA

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31137FYj8lM4B9HMrCZAK_Thcwd6k serHit7xMAkncRfT5EvPS9Wy_4RdCgfSRYH5cITy5JtrYLvufB myyT4ubhS6c4ap8LHdvww

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3113sUGREsDc6rFrf_r2tZ_W4Smag JLE4K6syseGHetCTjII9JJA3fNq9XJMJcqUbob3SWu7xe_ERVe npsbxdeGTx8cghfTLbjZQ

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3113hhnoXwoILMPHthm5ijo2278uy J0T3zUHgDA6pw6ST7UE8ostZIGHe33rUZgmkBjqJWWD3bGlGtw eEai3VsHf7qx5OCZm-lvQ

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ311_UToLG3pKcMA7qnsfu1oQkKST_ tX4W8BgPXypPQe9la5d-IKz34iAXlshpPW-msbj1cFlpaKFCYQQTptKkwvVdDqeuOFNT9uQ

BlackWidow
March 24th, 2007, 12:33 PM
somebody please confirm if the pictures are "easily" visible this time..;)

BlackWidow
March 24th, 2007, 12:41 PM
Some More Pictures..

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3111omRaAYU3RRqjXAjxOojCJsGHV r_9c7ONhHTOGIhr4W6IVuGofsIs8hHRUDUEA3Q93py__d_ABUG wtF_SY86F-VU9RoWRP9-Q

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31142aMADpmO9p9xeIc7UWi-wm6tUQC-m6fDE_0gSvz1nrUZRx7SVOnXHMNzn-auzbO5ahx0siNAUsc22GIIJrZ9X_OtsXEQnWLw

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3112br8Gwpr0BuFak44Qx9p-dUNRFFQb3uC6lwqpIpQcRNuczSRVNfGyZ5s6BnnvtFpGIYxLiC MedV_1wBxPZeG4pdUvIAhS3h8Q

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3112uDBC4zOO0JFvdN6NRIUeAJXOB vzN3Zh8tObuDEl04VliqbwUr0BjPcO76Dusg72_MKRo5pr0nHY PG810OZle3ou2ibbI1pcw

http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3110-KBO0DkG1NCJQyvAGX0TlsrXdWCwqFSyvWtLL85Eot7t53VecOJ LurKRj1EYI27qWRVDMUtzdpBmZ4ExLiDfasZLCB8Nox0Q

Inlaw1
March 24th, 2007, 02:00 PM
somebody please confirm if the pictures are "easily" visible this time..;)

Yep, they are visible this time. Looks like a good time. :)

Charlie
March 24th, 2007, 02:00 PM
Affirmative.....:thumbsup:

-=sean)=-
March 24th, 2007, 04:45 PM
That's a lot of sand. :eek: You might as well order chain, sprockets, pads, rotors, and every kind of bearing now, since they're all going to wear out real quick now. :p

Looks fun though. :D

O-NEG
March 24th, 2007, 06:28 PM
pics ok, but too much yellow.
Do you have pictures of the t-i-t-s?

BlackWidow
March 24th, 2007, 10:11 PM
pics ok, but too much yellow.
Do you have pictures of the t-i-t-s?

Heck yea, and of under er.. :p

But i can't post stuff like that here dude..i mean this is the "TSBA" and not the "Squids Galore of TX.." :lmao:

But you won't get to see any of that till i get my DVD back - oh and i'm not "coming to your apartment one quite evening" just like you requested. I'm afraid...

ZedX
March 25th, 2007, 12:04 AM
http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3113hhnoXwoILMPHthm5ijo2278uy J0T3zUHgDA6pw6ST7UE8ostZIGHe33rUZgmkBjqJWWD3bGlGtw eEai3VsHf7qx5OCZm-lvQ



That sign being down already sure came in handy. :paranoid:

ZedX
March 25th, 2007, 12:06 AM
That sign being down already sure came in handy. :paranoid:

And for the record if you should ever back your dad's van into a steep 6' ditch after leaving a bon fire, road signs will NOT help provide traction to get out......:o

Faylaricia
March 26th, 2007, 11:19 AM
http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31165BhJgyBcmTYZcTU3wgOGNjws0 FkmeuepBbJxtrlFDPJEr84psR3aJYOcF3vLPuFKdglvLTGsJ1Z FOrDUUUgnEOBOKeBofHOg



Okay, (1) How did you get the bikes to not fall over on their kickstands? and (2) How in all the world did you get the bikes back out?

I could never push the VFR out of a mess like that. :wtf:

Inlaw1
March 26th, 2007, 12:00 PM
http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31165BhJgyBcmTYZcTU3wgOGNjws0 FkmeuepBbJxtrlFDPJEr84psR3aJYOcF3vLPuFKdglvLTGsJ1Z FOrDUUUgnEOBOKeBofHOg



Okay, (1) How did you get the bikes to not fall over on their kickstands? and (2) How in all the world did you get the bikes back out?


Like this:
http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ3112uDBC4zOO0JFvdN6NRIUeAJXOB vzN3Zh8tObuDEl04VliqbwUr0BjPcO76Dusg72_MKRo5pr0nHY PG810OZle3ou2ibbI1pcw

Of course, you will ruin your chain / sprockets / wheel bearings / brake pads / rotors / swing arm bushings, etc by doing so. Not to mention the salt will help corrode all the cheap *** pot metal nuts and bolts the Japanese put on their bikes a lot faster.

Ahhhh.. to be young and inexperienced again. :)

Jim P.
March 26th, 2007, 12:16 PM
You'll never catch my Busa down in that sand... I guess I worked too hard for my money to buy a bike to have it down there.. nope.. catch me on the sea wall...

later...

Inlaw1
March 26th, 2007, 12:46 PM
catch me on the sea wall...

Sure, I used to go to the Seawall, but I'd be removing the bodywork and washing the heck out of the bike when I got home to get that salt spray off.

No beach though.

BlackWidow
March 26th, 2007, 12:48 PM
http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31165BhJgyBcmTYZcTU3wgOGNjws0 FkmeuepBbJxtrlFDPJEr84psR3aJYOcF3vLPuFKdglvLTGsJ1Z FOrDUUUgnEOBOKeBofHOg



Okay, (1) How did you get the bikes to not fall over on their kickstands? and (2) How in all the world did you get the bikes back out?

I could never push the VFR out of a mess like that. :wtf:

A little sand never hurt anybody.

Its funny when an "old and mature" rider goes riding in the dirt, sand or mountains with his Sport Bike or Dual Sport Bike. They all call him adventureous and experienced.

But when "us" young guys do it - we're always going to be bashed and known as "Young & Stupid" or inexperienced. But its fine, some 20 odd years down the road we'll be saying it to the then "young guns".

Way of life.

But to answer your question :

1) Some of us had metal kickstand plates, some used crushed cans. Some just did a burn out to get the rear in the sand deep enough to where the bike won't fall. Its fun & harmless. Its sand - that's all.

The sand never really gets into the sprockets & chains or any of that while burning out in the sand. Its just Chris (IPK460) decided he wanted to go "deeper" then every body else so he did - i usually do it enough to where it'll stay firm but won't get bury my chain or parts in the sand.

2) Getting the bikes out is easy. We all rock em back and forth while gasing it to get it out. If that does'nt work - & if your on a "Honda" :lmao: then someone will come and help you push it out. We all are in it for the fun and always make sure we don't leave a rider buried in the sand. :p

KevLar
March 26th, 2007, 01:53 PM
You need some dirt/sand tires for that beach!

Jim P.
March 26th, 2007, 02:01 PM
http://byfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pPHu2K6HCG6oUd0QJjZ31165BhJgyBcmTYZcTU3wgOGNjws0 FkmeuepBbJxtrlFDPJEr84psR3aJYOcF3vLPuFKdglvLTGsJ1Z FOrDUUUgnEOBOKeBofHOg



Okay, (1) How did you get the bikes to not fall over on their kickstands? and (2) How in all the world did you get the bikes back out?

I could never push the VFR out of a mess like that. :wtf:

A little sand never hurt anybody.

Its funny when an "old and mature" rider goes riding in the dirt, sand or mountains with his Sport Bike or Dual Sport Bike. They all call him adventureous and experienced.

But when "us" young guys do it - we're always going to be bashed and known as "Young & Stupid" or inexperienced. But its fine, some 20 odd years down the road we'll be saying it to the then "young guns".

Way of life.

But to answer your question :

1) Some of us had metal kickstand plates, some used crushed cans. Some just did a burn out to get the rear in the sand deep enough to where the bike won't fall. Its fun & harmless. Its sand - that's all.

The sand never really gets into the sprockets & chains or any of that while burning out in the sand. Its just Chris (IPK460) decided he wanted to go "deeper" then every body else so he did - i usually do it enough to where it'll stay firm but won't get bury my chain or parts in the sand.

2) Getting the bikes out is easy. We all rock em back and forth while gasing it to get it out. If that does'nt work - & if your on a "Honda" :lmao: then someone will come and help you push it out. We all are in it for the fun and always make sure we don't leave a rider buried in the sand. :p


I dont think anyone said you were young and stupid. especially me.. I just perfer not to expose my bike to those elements.. like sand and salt and wear and tear on parts such as chains, sprockets, not to mention places you cant even see or barely wash. Oh yea thats right.. your bikes get stolen way before they get a chance to rust.. thats cool.

Scotty
March 26th, 2007, 08:05 PM
It's a Camel it doesn't hurt ,andthats not the kind Rossi had on his decals last year!.

-=sean)=-
March 26th, 2007, 08:13 PM
cheap *** pot metal nuts and bolts the Japanese put on their bikes
Hey, those are race-spec, lightweight parts. :D

BlackWidow
March 27th, 2007, 12:38 PM
It's a Camel it doesn't hurt ,andthats not the kind Rossi had on his decals last year!.

:p

scout
March 28th, 2007, 01:16 AM
That sign being down already sure came in handy. :paranoid:

And for the record if you should ever back your dad's van into a steep 6' ditch after leaving a bon fire, road signs will NOT help provide traction to get out......:o

they dont help as an anchor point when you back your dad's car down and off the boat ramp either....:o

Whitelightning
March 28th, 2007, 09:07 AM
While I am sure you young guns had a great time,:thumbsup:

No complaints here, I remember the days :cool:

But I just cant bring myself to put the "Whitelightning" through such conditions. (sand):naughty:
Now the others bikes shown looked like all kinds of funhttp://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/7/7_14_5.gif (http://www.smileycentral.com/?partner=ZSzeb001_ZSYYYYYYCSUS)


;)










http://www.smileycentral.com/sig.jsp?pc=ZSzeb097&pp=ZSYYYYYYCSUS (http://smiley.smileycentral.com/download/index.jhtml?partner=ZSzeb097_ZSYYYYYYCSUS&utm_id=7925)