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Put rego on the TTR today & took it out for a spin, found a couple of dirt roads I've never been on...bonus, saw a couple of baby Roo's very cute

Stopped for a coffee mid ride, overcast & 20c so ok, I did around 150kms

My normal parking spot

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This tree was around 200yrs old before the fire got to it last year....don't understand why the photos are on their side, I even rotated them & they are still sideways

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-- Edited by TerryK on Thursday 6th of May 2021 10:31:36 AM

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Did a little check over, clean & lube chains & remove the chain slider on the WRR & check for wear on the underside.  All ok & back together

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The roos arent so cute when they jump in front of you though. I was sweep riding today on the TTR at the Aus 3 day Vintage enduro. Dirt road doing about 90 kph. Crested a hill and a big grey roo jumped right into the rider just right front of me. Roo was buggered had to be dispatched, luckily rider sore but ok. Just missed two others in the cruiser this morning on the way to the event.

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Kaos wrote:

The roos arent so cute when they jump in front of you though. I was sweep riding today on the TTR at the Aus 3 day Vintage enduro. Dirt road doing about 90 kph. Crested a hill and a big grey roo jumped right into the rider just right front of me. Roo was buggered had to be dispatched, luckily rider sore but ok. Just missed two others in the cruiser this morning on the way to the event.


 Have had plenty of scary roo moments myself & hit a few, the baby roos were about .5mtr & playing like a couple of kids

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Deer are getting to be a problem in the woods here.They storm across the road in little herds and frighten the life out of ye.Nice place you ride in.That tree is so big someone could be living in it.

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comeragh wrote:

Deer are getting to be a problem in the woods here.They storm across the road in little herds and frighten the life out of ye.Nice place you ride in.That tree is so big someone could be living in it.


 Wild deer are here as well, I've had several run in front of me & saw a dead one a few months back.

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