There’s no shame in riding an ATV or side-by-side, in fact it’s a great way to get the whole crew out into the dunes for the first time, or just yourself if you don’t enjoy falling off motorcycles. Rent one at Glamis, on vendor row.
Burns, did you really just say, “Baby wipes”? Baby wipes, John? What would Steve McQueen do?
is moistened towelettes more manly Oslo? Does that ease your pain? Anyway like I told you, McQueen had people to wipe his babies.
Oh my…Towelettes, John? Really? You’re killing me slowly here…What in God’s name are those things? Named for the Towelette region in Southern France or something?
You need to blow the sand out of your nose on your hand or something…Wipe it on your bitching MX pants, they’re impervious to most stuff, have somebody turn a garden hose on ya when you get home.
It’s the 21st Century, Os, and it’s California. Being macho and observing minimal personal hygiene standards are not mutually exclusive. Gritty cheeks are no good. You’re a veteran and telling me you’ve never used one of Colonel Sanders’ moistened towelettes?
That’s different, John, when you are counting mileage by chicken bones you don’t want to grease up the steering wheel for the next guy. Road Atlanta was a bucket…
#7 = The best sporting cruiser burnout and brody guy Yamaha EVER had. B-Rad the kite crasher.
keeps flying too close to the sun.
John, is that you? You’ve gone PC? Say it ain’t so. Where’s the JB of old? Where’s the helmet commentary? Where’s the Jack Lewis before there was a Jack Lewis? I demand a re-write!
what PC?! we’re talking baby wipes in here!
My Glamis tip – do not, under any circumstances, go over Thanksgiving weekend unless you enjoy reenacting Mad Max, beyond Thunderdome – LOL
Went there years ago on my 500 2 stroker with a paddle tire. Not much could come close to a 500 with a paddle back then. A modern 450 has got to rock it though.
The sand will embed itself in your foam air filter. Pretty much have to throw them away after riding there if you care about your engine.
Have not seen much John Burns lately. Always enjoyed reading his irreverent fun take on motorcycling in all it’s forms.
thankis Craig. irreverent or irrelevant?
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