Yes mook, start a new thread for the report. Once you do that the powers that be can lock up this thread.
Another thing I forgot about. Little dave(or at least that's who I think it was?) wouldn't stop talking about waiting for "Mud's little friend" and how he couldn't wait to see it later that night? Seemed kind of odd to me but I wasn't staying there that night so I wasn't worried.
Last edited by Powersledder : 02-01-2010 at 07:45 PM.
They helped, but a majority of sledding is entirely backwards from dirtbiking. At least, as far as the concepts that I understand go...
So...he had the advantage of being a new blank slate getting trained in properly instead of having backwards dirtbiking habits??
I would definitely disagree... Dirt bike riding gives you a decided advantage. You have learned the symbiotic relationship of rider and machine. That understanding and mastery is the difference between successfully negotiating an obstacle or not. Sleds like bikes weight distribution is the most important key to sled agility and maneuverability.
Your also younger.... Us older bigger guys take longer to learn how to have the grace of a swan instead of a bull.
^^You didn't have an exhausting weekend, Mud? The only rest I got was when my sled was broken. Otherwise, I was hitting it pretty hard. I didn't really have my usual mojo riding though. I think it was because I was coming down with some illness. No wonder my neck was so sore after riding the punishing trails, my neck always gets sore if I get the sore throat/cold virus thing.