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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #20 on: October 09, 2007, 04:07:49 pm »
Has anyone got pics of the red routes which I may work into the story with their permission??
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #21 on: October 09, 2007, 04:23:40 pm »

As I wait for Shane them to fit my Maxxis IT Desserts another 12GS comes in on a trailer , sump smashed on a rock, Challenge over before it started, bad roads 2 GAGSC 0.












The 12GS on the trailer was me. Hit a rock 80km's from Calvinia and was towed all the way there where a gentleman from Umhlanga BMW lent me his BMW cage with a trailer to take my bike through to the GSC. Herman (one of the recce crew) and myself fixed it with Q-Bond and pratley steele. Yip so I did the challenge (orange) and made it back to George without any problems. Only shite was that u become paranoid and see every stone and or rock, not pleasant riding but at least the beers were cold all the time
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #22 on: October 09, 2007, 04:46:04 pm »
Well done bru!!

That sump was a mess.
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #23 on: October 09, 2007, 07:32:17 pm »
GAGSC Red Day 2

It felt as if I had just gotten in my bag and the sun was starting to come up again, cold but not freezing like Moolmanshoek the previous year.

Creak, pop move, move, move when the body warms up it will all be good.Cleanup, food down neck ,now the dillema starts, my group from the previous day is no more.

Flipper takes photos and does awesome paintings going Orange route. I dont mind winging it alone, there are benefits, but my fuel carrier didnt survive the previous day, the bolts have sheared completely.

Enter RaKaD (Dakar in reverse) George Scola, Grant Hendriks, Russel Rathbone on Adventures, I know these guys , good people.
They offer to carry my fuelcan and pick me up if I ragdoll on the route.
At the workshop area we also team up with Steady, Mikedabike and Eddie all on X Challenges, Mr Lachlan Harris is there to on an HP2.

Shane and Obed are frantically busy helping guys get out on the routes, Wayne digs in to help sacrificing his days ride.
We leave for Neuwoudtville to fill up and then head for the first special stage outside of town.

Of the road along singletrack shale and rock, nice riding along the plateu, suddenly a sharp descent to the valley floor with a river at the bottom, the fun begins.

Eddie and I hare ahead and scout the route, I am watching him closely, he is damn fast through the tight stuff and rides the unknown as if he owns it.
I decide to watch wait and learn, last year I had to deal with a lot of unexpected obstacles, big logs, closed gates, a big bull with massive horns standing accross the way and more.

On the first big descent we watch the rest of the group, it takes balls to muscle the big Adventures around but the guys are doing great.
Mike and Steady riding great looking good allround and suddenly an 1150GS with pillion, rock on, no hesitation no mess no fuss, they ride the red.
Never saw the pillion lift her feet of the pegs once, wicked riding skill.

As we move on Steady waves me past, him and Mike did it all the time as we moved along ,thnx guys I tried to keep the backwheel shrapnel down to a minimum.

Eddie and me are running hot now, chasing tail, he pulls me slightly on the tight bits but I appear faster out the turns and tend to jump accross a lot of stuff which keeps us in close to each other. This is awesome riding.

Every so often we pull up and wait for the rest of the group, hats off to the whole bunch.Then we cross the river for the first time, Eddie and I hare through and wait to help, I cannot go in the water ,if my left boot fills with water I will have serious problems by the end of the day.

We crossed the river six times by the end of the morning, rocks on the bottom make it an unpredictable affair.
On the fourth crossing I hit a big rock under the water which throws me towards a thorn bush on the bank, pick quick Freak!! Thorns or water, water wins every time!

I am still sorta on the bike and haul it upright, as I look up go figure a TV camera, hilarious, nearly fell over again.

See pic at bottom of post.



We try and help/guide the group as we can and eventually start climbing the plateu again, the terrain holding the pace down, well sorta.

Eddie and I make turns to open gates and then chasing each other and the group, during these times whe push serious speeds, nothing to hold you back.
As we approach the guys signal us past, I get creative and start jumping accross certain turns as you can see whats ahead.

Out the stage some gravel road onto the next special stage, farmtrack , floaded road and then the river bed!

+/- 6ks of powdery sand, as Eddie and I pull up we grin like maniacs. Then we go in 1st ,2nd, 3rd and leave it pinned, skipping between 3rd and 4th running way hot but the sand will drag the pace down into the turns. everywhere there are 12GSs, 650GSs and even HP2s stuck, paddling battling the sand and the hounds of hell blow by at Freakspeed.
Eddie and I constantly swop position the riverbed being a mix of sand, powder, rocks and a little mud to boot.
We rail the edges to bounce us back into centreline at times and at times as I am approaching exposed rockbed pick the biggest flattest rock I can see to air me clear over the next bit.

We make it through climb out the riverbed and wait for the group to catch up and wait, we know the Adventures are proving to be a handfull. Mike and Steady come out we are rested and go in again to look help and of course play.

We decide to run again from the start.

Whats the worst thing that could happen?







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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #24 on: October 10, 2007, 07:04:16 am »
The pic above, I see you went to Sexpo.


Help me with this one pls Shark

The first pick, the swing.
They sold shit like that at Sexpo.


Keep up the report. Waiting....


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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #25 on: October 10, 2007, 09:34:19 am »
Just reading your report scares the living crap out of me. Wonder what pictures will do  ??? >:D

Note to self - stay well clear of this chappie  >:D >:D >:D
 

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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #26 on: October 10, 2007, 09:48:49 am »
Yeeeeahah Freak....man the way you tell it makes me remember it all the more clearly....
Eiiish that Eddie...(or UnSteadyEddie as I playfully nicknamed him) is so smooth and awesomely quick..both of you true gentleman rider's to us lesser mortals as well...
More please!!!!!
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #27 on: October 11, 2007, 09:45:11 am »
Sorry all

Yesterday was just a mare, no time.

I better get my finger out b4 this is ancient history.

For the rest of this you had better (sry couldnt resist)
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2007, 08:40:59 am »
River blast

Second time in is wilder , we know where we are going we know what is coming (sorta), whe have a good idea where stranded bikes are ,yes they could have moved, but the pipe on Freakonaleash is so loud you could dig a foxhole from the time you hear me till the time I arrive.

As we are entering the last section we are flat hauling and I decide to clip and jump a section as it narrows, as I air of a nice big flat rock keeping the tracetory low to turn in on landing I notice a rock standing upright neatly where I am about to land and the speed and terrain aint gonna cut me any slack to avoid this sucker.

Whats follows is a massive clang as the bashplate impacts and catapults the backwheel up between my ears. Also the shock goes through my whole body but mostly on the left where the energy got centralised, unbeknown to me the gearshaft has bent and the shifter is standing up at a wonky angle forced up against the engine casing.

My left foot and leg takes a wicked bang at the same time and a I barely manage to hold it together nearly doing a cartoon tattoo on the right side wall.
As we climb out the riverbed I cant seem to get gears and now realize how hard the hit was ,my foot and leg is throbbing.

I have given this some thought and hope not to upset anyone but here is some pics of my leg and foot on a good day.

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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #29 on: October 13, 2007, 09:15:47 am »
Eeeish Freak glad you kept that leg under wraps.....it's just plain NASTY man.... >:D

Now more stories pleeeeez.....  ???  ???
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #30 on: October 13, 2007, 12:10:11 pm »
So thats me GAGSC over!

I can only gear down ,1st gear only.
We have a closer look ,trying to bend/straighten the shiftlever will most probably result in it snapping of,force could also cause the seal on the gearshaft to go spilling out vital fluids, faaark, I feel a freaksize depro on the horizon.

Had you there didnt I !!

You cant keep a good Freak down.
I have a look at the coming terrain, not to rough, mildly undulating.As we ride of I transfer my weight onto the shift lever (yes I stand on it).
At first not much happens but as we go over dips & bumps the downwards force of my bodyweight starts to bend the shifter down bit by bit, after a while I kick up under the shifter 2nd3rd4th5th YEEEHAAA!!!! Back in action, the pain in my leg is forgotten ,the ride is on.

At one farm gate I notice a needle fine spray of coolant jetting out of the left lower hose of Eddies bike, duct tape and cableties to the rescue.
We empty the water from our camelbacks into the radiator topping it up and press on ,two track farm road lotsa forward vision ,speed up ,we ride hard.

We exit the farm onto open dirt road and hone along a nice pace, lots of nice corners to surf through as we are about 50ks out of town the fuel light comes on, Eddie indicates his is the same, down to crawlspeed all the way to town, the only problem is staying awake the road seems to go on forever.

Finally civilisation, top up bikes and bodies, go go go, the nexy stage awaits. Onto another farm with stunning farm road and singletrack, you should have seen the scenery cause I didnt, Eddie and I are riding fully in the zone ,its a blast.

We exit the farm onto open dirt road and hone along a nice pace, lots of nice corners to surf through as we are about 50ks out of town the fuel light comes on, Eddie indicates his is the same, down to crawlspeed all the way to town, the only problem is staying awake the road seems to go on forever.

Finally civilisation, top up bikes and bodies, go go go, the nexy stage awaits. Onto another farm with stunning farm road and singletrack, you should have seen the scenery cause I didnt, Eddie and I are riding fully in the zone ,its a blast.

Suddenly towards the end of the stage we reach the entrance to another riverbed section. I think all the guys on the big bikes where dreading a repeat of our early morning encounter with the powdery sand, and the map boldly states "12km riverbed section"

This one is different, the sand is black coarse, the riverbed is wide with less rockbed the only downside as I would find out shortly is the powdery dust which picks up and hangs lifeless in the still air cutting vision to nothing.

As Eddie and I go in we crank the two Challenges up to the max, only dropping a gear in or out turns for control or when the rev limiter kicks in. I run wide avoiding a rogue rock, no more damage please! As I cut back in I run into Eddies powder trail, I am running completely blind at full tilt, backing of is not an option, it would cause a massive dig and cartwheel body and bike breaker, darwin awards here I come!

Suddenly out the dust I see the wall aproaching way to fast, theres no power to kick me away, I am already flat out, gearing down would just put me in the limiter.
Roadbike mode activated, countersteer and drop into a lean, for an instant it feels as if my knee and elbow actually touches the ground, but its probably just sandspray and then I am running towards the centre again and hauling Eddie in rapidly as he had to steer around an obstacle.

We slow as we see some riders in the riverbed, a farm fence runs diagonally accross the riverbed, hitting this at speed would be messy. Lift the fence go under bike and all one at a time, we wait for the rest of the group and get them all through.
The whole group comes through one at a time and then the chase is on again, Eddie and I swop position in nearly every sweeper ,the secret is not to back of the throttle unless you have no choice,the exhaust note from Freakonaleash is somewhere between a bellow and a sonic boom, all to soon the run is over. Eddie nearly doesnt see the next fence accross the way and brakes so hard he actually does a 3meter stoppie in the sand.
"Hey Eddie do that again bru"
"F@*#$^f Freak"

Out the riverbed its time to run in to the camp about 50ks dirt freeway so we play all the way in, wheelies and slides.
I sit on the tail of Georges Adventure for a good long stretch, when its flat and straight the big bike has higher top end, s okay, in the turns I slide by and let them chase me down again.

Freakonaleash feels sluggish ,bad fuel maybe?










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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #31 on: October 14, 2007, 12:38:30 pm »
Wow! Nice write-up! :thumleft:
 

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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #32 on: October 15, 2007, 08:07:12 am »
Second time in is wilder , we know where we are going we know what is coming (sorta), whe have a good idea where stranded bikes are ,yes they could have moved, but the pipe on Freakonaleash is so loud you could dig a foxhole from the time you hear me till the time I arrive.

Even at the speed you travel? Then it must be really load  >:D

Keep it coming and good luck with that leg of yours - looks eina
 

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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #33 on: October 23, 2007, 07:16:10 pm »
As the sun rises

I cannot describe how my body feels, I am not stiff and sore, that was the night before, after getting back from day two everything is kinda hazy, park,eat,shower, spent some time greeting talking having a few drinks, back to my tent,but its all kinda fuzzy.

There is only one solution!!
GOTTA RIDE GOTTA RIDE GOTTA RIDE

(I do this from work its now 19:16 I started the above piece over an hour ago and ended up talking to people who walked in, I dont mind, I love my job , but I do really have to go.
My girl says she remembers me from photos.
I will finish, I promise.)

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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #34 on: October 23, 2007, 07:18:22 pm »
Day 3 we roll out the camp, regroup at the gate and turn right towards the first special stage, the first stretch till we get there is way fun , lightly winding switchbacks with mild sandpatches and nice smooth turns.

But something isnt right, Freakonaleash is still asleep, as I speed up and slide into the first turn suddenly on exit theres no power to propel me out the turn "you wanna what??" I am sure I heard the words.

It makes the riding more difficult and severely milks the fun factor. Gearing down has no real effect, I know the cause, sitting in the Adv dust trail on the way in had been the cherry on the cake, shes not breathing properly, theres no time to stop yet , we have to make time into the route.

We turn of the trail into the sand that Deon said is gonna make grown men cry, "and just when youve had enough there will be more and more and more."
Fine with me Mr Meyer ,I like sand.

Now I need to gain ground so I can pull the filter and clean it as best I can, its a BMC so its pretty robust and wont mind being slapped around a little.

I attack the sand like a crazed squirrel looking for his nuts, bombing past everybody and leaving even Eddie and Wayne(who had joined up again) to try chase me down.
Somewhere on he way down one of the handgaurds dissapears as I go through a large bush instead of around it (there was a 1200 stuck on its side in the turn)and also collect several other assorted branches and foliage and the way down.

At the bottom the path opens onto a dam wall and I stop in order get the filter out. Freakonaleash resembles a military vehicle, a camouflaged one with all kindsa flora protruding out of her at strange angles.
I rip it all off and start getting the filter out (there is a special place in heaven for the man who invented the leatherman).

The filter is completely clogged and I set about beating it clean on the front tyre, I am amazed at the amount of crud that falls out, no wonder she wouldnt go properly.

As the group catches up and gets their breath back I look around at them, this is a great bunch of guys ,its gonna be a good day!

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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #35 on: October 23, 2007, 09:41:13 pm »
You have a unique writing (and riding, by the sounds of it) style.  ;D I think I like, keep it coming.
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #36 on: October 24, 2007, 08:51:18 am »
eeeisssh Freak.....I dig yr style my bro...YYYYEEEEHHHHAAA
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #37 on: November 02, 2007, 06:37:22 pm »
Bike on fire


As the big Adventures pull in with Grant, George and Russel on board it is evident how hard the sandsection has been.
You can hear the motors pinging as they start to cool , not the gentle happy sound that one sometimes hears after a good ride ,this is harsh! the heat makes it uncomfortable to stand near the bikes , Grants bike looks like its on fire with smoke bellowing out of the bike, the acrid smell of burnt clutch emanating from the bike stings my nose.

A headcount brings us up one short, Lachlan Harris has gone down in the sand about halfway down the run.
The HP2 had decided it had had enough and was down for the count ( a control unit on the fueling sytem had been damaged in the fall).

So of we go again, we are only halfway through the sand and I am loving every moment.

We turn right on a gravel road and enter a checkpoint Eddie is through first and blows down the road, this looks way cool, like a canyon with twisty gravel road, lots of turns ,the turns run semi blind but what the hell, whats the worst thing that could happen?

I wait for a while and then give chase, if any of you have ever seen a movie where terrain goes into colour mode, its not unlike that when the speed comes up, Im not kidding.
Zone in and focus ,I had spent a lot of time watching the previous day and I am now ready to go big.

I get my head down and ride/jump/fly the road running into the turns over the limit backing the bike in to scrub of speed and the burning white lines in the gravel roadsurface on the way out, closing on Eddie fast ,he knows Im coming and there isnt a thing in this world that he can do about it.

Cleaning the filter has breathed new life into Freakonaleash and she has chewed through the restraints ,we haul Eddie in on a long fast turn and go by hard, this is not a pass,its a statement!

The road end in a T-junction and I stop and wait for the group, as we move on its farm road and track ,sandy but not to loose and I keep haring away on my own and then waiting to make sure everybody is still in the ride.

The next how many kms prove uneventfull and then the fuel light comes on,we have used the fuel in the containers and keep going until Freakonaleash coughs ,farts and dies. Russel pulls up and tosses the loose end of a tow strap to me, hookup bitch were in a hurry!

The problem is that the strap is a little short and if I cross over his backwheel rear and front will touch putting me down hard, so off we go anyway.
On the dirt its not to bad ,eventually I am fooling around using the strap to sling me like skier behind a boat would, wheeeeee!

I realize that I must be making life difficult for Rusty but hey its fun, Eddie and Wayne still have a little fuel and can crawl along to the refuel.
As we hit the tar I notice a gleam in Russels eye, it says "payback time".
On tar the speed increases eventually to 140 and I look down at the speedo I decide there is only one thing to do ,turn the ignition of so the numbers on the screen go away.








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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #38 on: November 02, 2007, 06:47:29 pm »
Enjoying your write up :thumright:

That foot and leg - OUCH :confused4: :confused2: :confused3:
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Re: Freakreport 2007 GAGSC
« Reply #39 on: November 09, 2007, 03:54:58 pm »
Homerun on the horizon.

About 15 ks downrange we pull into a onestop to refuel, lotsa BMs here ,it appears a lot of the routes congregated on this spot, we hook up with Mikedabike and Steady who had srarted late ,having had to go into town for fuel.

You can distinguish the red riders easily, there is a sense of urgency, Red Bull, choclate, fill Camelbacks, quick rest and go. A short blast north on tar then back on open dirt road and into one of the most amazing passes I have ever ridden up to Gifberg resort, on the way up the pace is medium as there are slower riders with many a blind turn and a long drop ( not the loo thing, but a moeroffa way down). Have to play nice you know.

Over the back of Gifberg the descent starts and George on the Adv quickly decides that the two terriers snapping at his heals are sick puppies and lets us through, Eddie and I hare down sharp drops with hairpin turns every so often.

I realize there are some nice flat rocks to get air of so I delight in freefalling past Eddie on the downs but having to reign in hard in the turns because the brakes are less effective when the wheels are not in contact with terra firma. Boiing, wheee oshitoshitoshit all the way down.

After another gate we hit graded sand road with good forward vision and its bussiness as usuall, pin it .rail it, point and shoot.We run well ahead of the rest of the group after about 10ks we stop and decide to pull out Eddies filter, clean it and get it back in record time.

We descend to the bottom of the valley and turn into a special stage, more soft sand, get through quick, Wayne ,Eddie and me pass several downed riders on the way, the sand is no harder than before but fatigue us wearing people down.

It takes a while for the bigger bikes to make it through and when we move of we enter a farm of some oke who must drive some monstrous bakkie.
The road is neat flat and incredibly wide and completely silly to ride, even through some turns I am running top gear in the limiter.Slowing down we begin a technical climb on sharp slaterock and I wind down in fear of shredding the rear tyre, its a great ride to the crest with wide open country stretching away below us.

Down the back end the terrain softens to less viscious rock and gravel and its back to play mode. I stop at a gate let everybody through doing a headcount , give a little gap and let loose.
Undulating winding crest along a little river creates airtime. Hard on the gas tip it in , jump,whip the back up and get airborne as low as possible with the bike angled in a flat trajectory, the secret is to get the bike as horizontal as possible to the ground from takeoff.

And then the back tyre blows on a landing and it all goes very very pearshaped. I just recover running on the edge of the river for a good stretch ,its not a big drop but it doesnt have to be, I fight/ride Freakonaleash away from the edge and come to a stop. Not good!!

The backtyre has had it, the tube inside ripped to shreds, I wait for a while and decide to ride on.
Start, get on ,pull away then quickly shift arse onto the airbox cover just behind the handlebars, legs dangling down by the front forks.

Only 60ks back to camp through rough mountain terrain, how hard could it be?

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