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Texas Chainlube Massaacre

Joined
Jun 1, 2006
Messages
257
Location
Austin, TX
First Name
Brian
Last Name
Haslinger
This weekend I took the Ural on the first ever Texas Chainlube Massacre. Two days, 500 miles in the Texas Hill Country. We drove every dirt road, one lane county road, scenic loop in between Austin, Llano and Burnet. I hope to get a copy of the route so I can post if for some of our Texas Foil Heads. We started with eight bikes: three ducaties, 80's model Suzuki GS1000, 78 R75/5, 77 Harley Sportster (stock), 56 Harley Pan head rigid, and the Ural rounding out the group. We camped in Llano at the Dabb's Hotel. Here are a couple of pictures from the adventure. I'll post a proper ride report later in the week.

The Bikes Assemble
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Sandy Creek Crossing
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scratch

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Joined
Mar 6, 2003
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4,676
Location
Houston
First Name
Paul
Last Name
Massie
Not the usual sort of dual-sport bikes, but what the heck! That's how real men used to do it. ;-) Looks like ya'll had fun. :thumb:
 
Joined
Dec 16, 2005
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Location
Sherman, TX
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Chris
Last Name
Jennings
Ohh man...I'm in on this next year. I've got a 78 R100 that likes dirt roads.
 
Joined
Jan 25, 2005
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Location
Cypress Tx
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David
Last Name
Hutchinson
Sandy creek can be a handfull on a real dirt bike at times . I like it , The No Wuss Ride , I have seen people that were afraid to ride Altaus Davis on a street bike . Post up on here next time you might run in to a bunch of us playing in the dirt . SEYA
 
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Sugar Land, Texas
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Lee
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King
roundblack said:
This weekend I took the Ural on the first ever Texas Chainlube Massacre. Two days, 500 miles in the Texas Hill Country. We drove every dirt road, one lane county road, scenic loop in between Austin, Llano and Burnet. I hope to get a copy of the route so I can post if for some of our Texas Foil Heads. We started with eight bikes: three ducaties, 80's model Suzuki GS1000, 78 R75/5, 77 Harley Sportster (stock), 56 Harley Pan head rigid, and the Ural rounding out the group.

That is an interesting group of Adventure Bikes!


Lee

(The difference between an ordeal and an Adventure is your viewpoint)
 
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