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    Back in the saddle Array canuckerstone's Avatar
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    Burning Man 2011

    Anyone been? Anyone going? Info/experiences appreciated.
    '02 Kawasaki Ninja ZX7R

    They're professionals when it comes to emptying a pocket book so if you decide to go that route remember that you are not paying them to be with you.

    You're paying them to leave.

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    WMRC Past Prez three time Array NFG's Avatar
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    I have been intrested in attending for many years. Work and other issues have stopped me. Looks like an awesome event well worth attending. Maybe some day.....
    Stefan Medlicott
    NFG Racing

    "I guarantee that it will start, and I guarantee that it
    will blow up. I cannot guarantee the time between those two events."

    "....those who go for broke often get there...."

    "Buy in Haste, Repent at Leisure."

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    Ridin Dirty Array vstromgreg's Avatar
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    I prefer burning Chevron 94..... but I would like a grant please....
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    Peewee and Kevin from Bayside should get together and start a bike shop called, Fuck you and the bike you rode in on.

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    Moderator Array CHIA's Avatar
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    I have not been , but read enough that I feel like I was there, minus the hot desert temps and dirt everywhere....haha

    Couple good reads:


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    A sore ass is better than a shredded back!

    ** BIKE NIGHTS 2013 **

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    backslider Array K-rod's Avatar
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    at a critical lean angle
    2006 K1200S
    was there in 2001.

    A truly amazing experience - a MUST DO at least once in a lifetime, if you have any adventurous or 'out of the box' spirit in you (what motorcyclist doesn't).

    Only thing is ... do NOT take your own vehicle onto the dry lake bed there (Black Rock desert is a very, very fine alkaline dust that destroys every and anything mechanical). Rent a motorhome somewhere and take that in, as you can use it as your home for the week.

    Awesome, awesome, awesome experience!!!

    Oh - there are, I had been told but never witnessed anything, a fair bit of illicit stimulants floating around in there (shocking!).

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    farmer Array zamaris's Avatar
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    mini bike
    2001 was old times
    it gets bigger and kinda plastic now but still worth while going
    In the quiet words of the Virgin Mary... come again?


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    Registered User Array 5thgear's Avatar
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    Don't you have to trade stuff. no money allowed. Pretty sure I can pimp out zamaris

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    ...... Array Team Green 9R's Avatar
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    Bring a bicycle......huge area. Cost is like $300.

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