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SWMBO spent today driving Ptarmigan pass/McAlister gulch and LOVED it. By the time we were headed back into town she was asking me how much it would cost to make her DII look like the "cool ones" we saw in the staging area, bumpers/sliders/33" tires/roof-rack etc... her first time offroading and she only scared me once ( I did have to change my shorts, but it was only once...)

She also asked what other LR events are happening that we can go to :D
 

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Well done! Mine will not even consider going even as a passenger.

But she went out riding a motorbike for the first time in years last Saturday (on her new Honda CB400)
 

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What wonderful names we bestow on those magnificent women we love dearly and who exercised such great taste when they agreed to team up with us, full well knowing our obsession with matters mechanical :p

e.g. "Handbrake" , "SWMBO" etc and now with Ron's disclosure of Mrs Ron's motorcycle endeavours I guess we need another ... how about "Sidecar"? :shock: :lol: :oops:
Hope to see you up North soon Mate!
 

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Hoges said:
Hope to see you up North soon Mate!
I'll be there Wednesday.
 

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When I used to go on group motorbike rides with my wife as pillion, she used to be referred to as my BPP which stood for Buxom Back Pack :D
 

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Cant get my wife into bikes,she will do the LR thing - which I lost interest in ages ago..... But my 10yr old son and 8yr old daughter both have "things" with Yamaha on the tank.Mind you she used to ride on the back of my Moto Guzzi,till I sold it - but soon refused to go on the 1940 Matchless ex-army 350 that I enjoyed so much.(Being a rigid frame - the bike that is,and her being very well endowed,she said it hurt too much)
All good fun and one of the many advantages of living in the countryside......
 
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