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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby akuser47 » 12 Jan 2016 22

I understand that I live solitary wilderness riding
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby Bibletotingunslinger » 05 Mar 2016 15

An Update. The bike just butted in line in front of the Jeep, in fact, when I am free and have the cash, no Jeep,,,just the bike.
I showed my wife a pic of the 800 lb machine I want, she had a fit. she points at the guy across the street that went from a bike to a wheel chair.
So I wait until she ain't lookin. Thats another story.
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby Missionary » 08 Mar 2016 08

Greetings Bibletoter
Smile and say" I know a missionary that lives in Peru who is daily on a 2 wheeler in some of the worse disorganized traffic imaginable. God has Graciously protected him and family on those 2 wheelers for over 30 years."
That is the only sane way to ride a 2 wheeler whether here or there. I am over 65. Bought my first 2 wheeler ( a moped) when I was 13. Thanks to God I can walk, talk and function just fine. Have a 1987 Suzuki Sammy that sits and collects dust. Eating bugs in the sunshine and wind is how man should travel.
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby Bibletotingunslinger » 08 Mar 2016 22

Thanks Missionary. There is more political reasons, Laundry,,,,,
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby f100cleveland » 10 Mar 2016 23

Missionary wrote:Greetings Bibletoter
Smile and say" I know a missionary that lives in Peru who is daily on a 2 wheeler in some of the worse disorganized traffic imaginable. God has Graciously protected him and family on those 2 wheelers for over 30 years."
That is the only sane way to ride a 2 wheeler whether here or there. I am over 65. Bought my first 2 wheeler ( a moped) when I was 13. Thanks to God I can walk, talk and function just fine. Have a 1987 Suzuki Sammy that sits and collects dust. Eating bugs in the sunshine and wind is how man should travel.
Mike in Peru

Drive that little Sammy. I have had one for about 15 yrs and it has cost me next to nothing in repairs. Tough little rigs. It would fit in the back of my Super Duty if it would ever break down. Need the Super Duty if I want to haul anything or tow cuz that Sammy doesn't even like a headwind.
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby Bibletotingunslinger » 30 Jul 2016 08

I'd have a Sammy,,,but my real desire is a brand new machine.
I know this is not the cup of tea for the "Go Fast" crowd.
But after months of reading about these, I want one. The ones sold here are made in Washington
Parts come form all over the world. Spare tire fits all wheels. Jury still out on a couple issues,
I know, I lost it.. :mrgreen:
http://www.imz-ural.com/
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby akuser47 » 30 Jul 2016 17

I love those 3 wheel drive urals. I think they are sweet just not the cost there is clubs that ride them through winter and all kind of stuff here in Ohio. Like jeep jamborees.
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 01 Aug 2016 16

We had one of the single wheel drive, a Tourist model. It was Linda's machine, but she gave it up after a second accident concluding she lacked the upper body strength to handle it safely. It was a fun machine. We were at the local dealer's open house this past Saturday. I still get the itch to have one.

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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby GasGuzzler » 01 Aug 2016 17

Never heard of those. Interesting to say the least.
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Re: "Rossi Rifleman Riders"

Postby Bibletotingunslinger » 01 Aug 2016 20

Im torn between the Patrol and the Sahara (lots more $).
I just love the idea of cargo spare tire.
Thanks yall for sharing interest.
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