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Well i've been kinda busy with all the stuff i had to do
before sturgis but i got it all done and made out to sturgis
...it was my first time and man all i can say is awesome meet
alot of kool new people and old friends it was a blast
and to top it off i almost ate some pavement in the hills
"sorry ryan glad your ok and i'm very sorry to candyman "
aka titties and beer .... titties and beer was the trailer
i hit doing about 55mph coming down a 9 degree slope
my break linkage broke and i had no brakes so i held on
and enjoyed the ride some say someone was watching over me
some say it was luck well whatever or whoever it was thanks
a million cuz doo doo brown ain't ready to leave this wonderful place yet
plus i haven't owned a knuck yet ... but all in all it was definitely an experience
it was one of the best times in my life and i will be there next year so
thanks to everyone for the good times and i'll be looking forward
to see everyone soon.....



thanks fred for the pics...


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