Video Collection from Rudi's Off-road trips

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Haven't posted in a while, anyway here's the last one we did a couple of days ago, hope you enjoy



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Haven't ridden in this area for quiet some time good to be back, Mae Malai and Mae Taeng still has some very good tracks:dirtbike:
 

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Awesome trails at the beginning, welcome back Rudi, missed the music albeit brief :DD
 
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It’s been a long time since I posted last, so here’s the latest episode, featuring Schrauberklaus and many others in action…have fun

 

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I don't speak German, but at 0:06 in the video, I hear "Oh, Shizer"... I know what THAT means!

Those were some amazing trails! The dropoff on the left at 7:30... oh shit....err.... Shizer...

Nice and quiet out there. Nary an oxcart, bicycle or pedestrian to be seen!
 
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What happened to Klaus? Havnt had a chance to talk to him yet.
On the backflip from the try to get up that little hill out of the mudhole nothing except a broken windshield and mirrow.
But the second crash bruise some rips and i guess bend the shifting claw inside the engine , making downshifts very difficult .
Had to bail out from that reason early .
 
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On the backflip from the try to get up that little hill out of the mudhole nothing except a broken windshield and mirrow.
But the second crash bruise some rips and i guess bend the shifting claw inside the engine , making downshifts very difficult .
Had to bail out from that reason early .
Good to ride with you, even it was just a short time, shame you missed Buddha footprint, some stunning views there:ride:
 
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So this time back with music. Great ride lead by 58 year old Erich, who rides like hell and knows a bunch of cool tracks. This one is Mae Rim area and a good fun single track with some technical sections. After the heavy rain on friday and saturday, we had a very cool und cloudy day with a lot of slippery terrain. Burin came from Phayao. He's a serious rider now, after practicing a lot and knows all the tricks. I for myself had to struggle a little riding the 250, but having that magic buttom is also an aspect. Getting older, don't want to kick no more...555, so far so good, the rest of the guys are local riders with some cool stories

 

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Haven't posted in a while, here's the latest offroad craze. An amazing loop, with very technical sections. Not more than 40 km but, Boy was I knackered after this trip. The two riders on KTM and Husqvarna super fit and fun to ride with. My old buddy Erich lacking a little bit of stamina this year, but still doing very ok for his age. Still trying to make cool music to fit into the Video, a very hard task, hope you like it anyway. Cheers and have a great day all of you out there. Be cool :-)

 

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Nice to have you back Rudi, thanks for posting your videos
 

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Always great to watch & listen to your videos Rudi, another brilliant watch :)
 

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a pretty gnarly ride today, after the first section two riders quit due to exhaustion, we continued until about 4pm until we ran out of stamina, this was for sure a very hard and long trip, not so many Kilometers but intense
 

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Gnarly, yep i think you got that right. Especially like the heavy breathing Rudi :D
 

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Vertical parking!

The motto seems to be "If it ain't going, give it some horn!"

Steamin' Rudi, thanks for sharing ;)
 

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Vertical parking!

The motto seems to be "If it ain't going, give it some horn!"

Steamin' Rudi, thanks for sharing ;)
Yeah Ally right on, what a day, Erich just jumped the small gap, I was too late and couldn't brake, so tried to jump but didn't have the momentum anymore, but at least some great footage...555
 
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Tried out some other camera angles, the boot camera worked surprisingly good in not so technical terrain, after that it became a little shaky, the rear fender view is ok too, as long as the follower is close enough (maybe I should ride slower next time...hehe), as for the music I decided some steady beat to keep things going with the footage, great days out riding, the 277 kit on my XR250 is a great improvement over stock, hope it will last
 

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Keep me posted how the 277 goes Rudi, thinking about the same sort of thing
for my Baja
 

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Keep me posted how the 277 goes Rudi, thinking about the same sort of thing
for my Baja
Hey Bob, so far very pleased with it, the Mikuni Pumper is a disappointment, it all comes down to jetting, and the XR250L is a bitch to work on, you can hardly reach the air mixture screw, to adjust the idle circuit, but that's another story. I managed to dial in the PD carburetor from the XR250R with 45/132, the bike runs like a beast, next time I will take the temperature dip stick with me, for the kind of riding I do, an oil cooler would probably be a good thing. Just be aware that with 77mm kit the barrel becomes very thin and only allows for one more overbore after that you might need to install a new sleeve. The good thing is there is plenty of XR250 cylinder jugs on ebay for little money if you want to keep the original untouched. I didn't want to wait so I went straight ahead and bored mine to spec. Hope this helps :-)









 

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