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Thread: TF08 Picture Thread

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    TF08 Picture Thread

    OK guys - since I didn't get to make it and some of you are starting to get back home - I decided I would start this thread - post up Trikefest 2008 pictures in here!!!!!!!!!!!!
    RIP - Yamahondaman!! You will never be forgotten!
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    RIP - Sandpuppi101 - You will live on in my mind - I miss you friend!

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    250rulzes is offline At The Back Of The Pack Arm chair racerFirst time rider
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    lets see some pics...hell!

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    We just rolled in, let me get some stuff into photobucket and I'll post it up. All in all it was wet wild and and a little crazy. Go figure.
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    just ran into the freaks in ohio...heading home with a lot of pics.....
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    Okay Tim here you go. The first one is 1upfront getting a drink of water in the middle of a flash flood?

    Tim this 125m is for sale. It is as close to brand new as it was in 85.

    Basement races? Crazy things happen I guess. I have a video of the 110 guys from Ohio I'll have to post it up later I need to get a shower and eat before i drop.


    I'll do some more later.
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    wow does that look like a damn blast....

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    Quote Originally Posted by honda250sx View Post
    wow does that look like a damn blast....
    you haven't seen nothing yet!

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    Here are a few more then I have to try to get some video uploaded so I can post it up. Here is the machine that won the mod class. It's Kevins 310r. Hagan was at the finish line with a radar gun and clocked it at 54 mph at the 300 foot mark. He also clocked 1upfront on his 300r at 54 mph during the drags.


    Here is freaks rigid 250r drag bike. This thing was a riot to see flying down the strip. It ran in the open class and he should have gotten an award for having the biggest balls. You had to see it to understand.


    Hadar was parked next to us, here are his two Tecates.
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    Twilight is offline Check my feedback before buying from me Roostin Away
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    aww the Tecate's look so cute...

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    A few more then I'll up load the the 110 basement race to photobucket. The lighting was dim so I don't know how it will look on photobucket but it was an awesome thing to see in person. Actually the lighting was perfect for the event. It was a sort of underground, non mainstream, unorthodox maybe even primitive sort of thing. Pics now.



    on this for a while.




    The view from our campsite after the rainy day.

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    Whoa! Whose tecate is that?

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    Is that the JW replica i am hearing so much about???

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    I'm sorry but I can't remember his name . There is a thread on here somewhere from last week where the guy said that he was bringing it to TF. I think it's for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda250sx View Post
    Is that the JW replica i am hearing so much about???
    I'm pretty sure it is.
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    Keep them coming...


    Yamaha is the way to go
    Quite a few Trimotos....

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