- Dec 30, 2015
- Chiang Mai / Cali
- Ducati Multistrada, FE450, CRF300
Endojim: great report and thanka for posting. It looks like you enjoy doing a lot of the same stuff my friends and I do. Camping out in the bush and exploring in four-wheel drives and dirt bikes. Contact me if you're looking for other people to do these adventures with. All the best.
Yes, great pictures and report EndoJim! I noticed your car tires are not the typical offroad profile, is it a mud profile?
Thanks bigntall, Decided rather than bitching about the lack of ride reports to do some of my own. Definitely would love to meet some others to ride and camp with. I'll be back from work next week and will Pm you. Are you in Chiang Mai?
And the Suzi license plate I guess ??The only thing left Suzuki is the steering wheel and what remain of the shell.
They used to be a bunch of us posting ride reports and information but unfortunately due to some disagreements with a prior owner we all went missing. Let's hope it's once again fertile grounds for posting going forward.Thanks bigntall, Decided rather than bitching about the lack of ride reports to do some of my own. Definitely would love to meet some others to ride and camp with. I'll be back from work next week and will Pm you. Are you in Chiang Mai?
Absolutely beautiful views
Wow... Love the new software on the site now.
This was the last day of the trip. On the way out I came across this turn off not on the gps or map and decided to check it out. The road took us across a large river crossing and then into a nice old growth jungle forest.
We arrived into a small village about 10km later. It was very strange to see so many kid out seemingly waiting for us.
About 15minutes after arriving in the village a truck pull up and asked me to help pull someone out down the road we just drove up. So I disconnected the trailer and went to see if I could help. Drove down about 2km and found a stock 2wheel drive pickup truck loaded to the hilt stuck in a tight muddy turn. I could not believe they made it in that far. Would have loved to see them crossing the river . Come find out they group had driven in all the way from Chomburi to donate school books and general supplies. Really nice people
This guy here had already started the new years celebration quite tuned up. He spent a good 5 minutes trying to talk me into staying the night to celebrate with them.
The wife love to pick up every mutt she finds
Drove out of the park at night and the new light were awesome... You should have seen the villagers eye when we went by. I think they thought a space ship was landing
Made it home without any major issues. Broke a rear shock bracket on the truck and the bike got a little chaffed by the tarp. Super impressed with the independent air bag suspension setup on the trailer.
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