Adirondacks Trip 2014
Last weekend Tom, Jake, Dan, Andrew, Apor, Justin, Kevin, Kevin and myself all met up in Watkins Glen, NY for a weekend of riding. After a couple of wet hours on 476 the weather cleared and was perfect for the rest of the trip. Big thanks to Tom for organizing this one.
Thanks to Lanes for setting up Tom with a new cable!
Loudest vehicle in the Adirondacks
I won’t single out anyone specific but we had a few impromptu roadside repair sessions…
Everyone should own a bivy sack
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Published - Mar 14, 2018
IT250 trans fixed
There is a blog post I meant to make showing the engine cases split and trans all disassembled. Showing the new crank installed and me confused about what was wrong with the trans because everything looked perfect. I forgot to make that post oops. So… Turns out the it250 has a spring loaded pin inside […]
Bivy sack looks pretty cool.
Tom, are you on a silver 919 now?
I gave my FZ6 a face lift this summer by grinding the paint off the tank and swapping out the headlight for a round one.
Nice photos. Trip looks like it was a good time.
What bivy sac is that? I’m not familiar with them. Any info?
A Bivvy Bag is a breathable, waterproof bag that goes over your sleeping bag. It’s used in place of a tent. That one is the Army issue Modular Sleep System: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modular_Sleep_System.
When the Army switched to the pixellated camouflage pattern all the older style ones became surplus. It’s bulky and heavy by backpacking standards, but pretty cheap considering it replaces a tent and sleeping bag. I leave my air mattress in between the sleeping bag and bivvy sack, then roll it all up together. I got mine used but basically new a couple years ago for about $75 I think.