Where our Tires Roll

Centennial Cone always provides when one is seeking a short ride. You can make the climbs just as as tough or easy as you want and I think this weekends intervals could be set to the tougher side as PBR pushed and pulled me up the switchbacks.



On to another wheeled note. The Explorer is now more of an explorer.

The before...with smallish tires,tuperware, and low ground clearance

Just below Independence Pass

The after....what was just another grocery getting wannabe 4x4 is now more capable of being offroad. 2inch lift, tuperware removed, 31x10.50 tires, and Rockcrawler rims.


That may be just the beginning...for now though...just a safari rack, new shocks and bushings in the works.

Guacamole it also seems gets a new hand...

what was this

Sean's Broken Hand

has become Bionic..some guys get all the cool toys

Guacamole likes it

He says its better to crush cans of Dr. Pepper spiked with Vodka and to rip his carbon bars apart.


  the original big ring

September 15, 2010 at 9:52 AM

Dude is in the hospital...in a gown....with an IV for a broken hand!?! Sissy. Up here they give you a stick to bite on while they push the bones back in - no pain relief - pffft....sissy.

Oh, wait.....that's why we have a free medical system.

Explorer looks bitchin'

  The Evil MGE!

September 15, 2010 at 10:21 AM

We could of set it ourselves but when the doc told Guac titanium and carbon bits along with a digital processor were to be part of his skeleton, he adamantly refused to let me.

The Explorer does look badass and the test runs I've take on the decorative lava rocks at the local stadium makes me think it will handle its own on 4x4 trails.