Stopped and got the geocache, only the fourth person in 15 years to complete all three stages.
Yeah, only 87 at Stovepipe. Fortunately for high compresion folk and diesel jockeys, 91 and stinky are available not too far away at Furnace Creek and Panamint. Speaking of Panamint, no pie for you? You guys must have been naughty!
No rock tracks !?! They supposedly last for years. We saw several within a five minute stroll from the pull out at the south end of the playa just a few weeks ago.
I can`t lean forward while standing with tank bag mounted either. It sucks, but so convenient! Trying to find a work around to let me keep at least camaera and map reachable without dismounting- maybe a number plate bag? I like my little front screen too, but would rather ditch that than lose camera and map access.
Front brakes are useless? You mean you don`t like to use them or yours specifically do not work? When functioning correctly, they can do a lot more stopping than rear brakes. If yours have problems, you really need to get them going! And if it`s a case of not liking the feel (front wanting to wash out or slide), definitely to your advantage to practice with them and get the feel for just how much pressure they can take in order to modulate and keep them right on the edge. It`s a lot better than sliding out of control like a bobsled when it gets really steep, rocky or loose.
Watched bits of your video, very nice! Looking forward to the pictures