Cruizin Posted June 17, 2020 Share Posted June 17, 2020 I went charging thru the muddy trails in the foothills above Boise on Sunday. Got my bike absolutely filthy caked in mud. I was blasting thru large mud puddles , streams had broke out on many hillsides from all the sudden rain lately and I blasted right thru those bastards too. This damn bike dares you to ride like nutcase off road, it's always telling me "woo hoo! phuck ya Rob, faster faster, I can do it!" . Well, yeah this bike can do a lot more off road than I imagined. But damn is there a lot of nooks and crannies for mud to hide in. My bike looked clean after I scrubbed and rinsed and rescrubbed and re rinsed it, while it was still wet. Took it for a ride to dry it off, put it back in the garage and then I found all the mud spots I missed. And a bunch of em are a pain in the ass to get to. I had to remove the side clear plastics next to the screen to get the mud out of the inside. I had to remove and get creative with wet wipes to get the nooks and crannies all over this bike. I rode it like a dirt bike, but it's alot harder to wash than a dirt bike is. Im gonna have to get creative and make some funny shaped cleaning devices. My bike is a crazy bitch off road. And I love crazy bitches. Ride em hard, put em away wet. 4 1 The MT-07 forum The Tracer 900 Forum The MT-10 Forum Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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