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    Night out with Scouts, CT90 and new diy tarp

    [ATTACH]23624, Feel free to laugh at the fat guy on the ct90, I know my wifew did as did the neighbors and all those that saw me on the rode.. I got a way late and wanted the scouts to think I hiked the as they did. I really rode further and hid the bike. [/ATTACH]IMG_0370.jpg The last two are of the DIY tarp I made with my mom. The part she did was great. My part shows the lack of thread injecting skills. All 12 people slept in DIY hammocks and had a great time.
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    on the ct90
    I want one



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    I want one



    +1

    CT90s (and 110s and...) are cool little bikes.

    That's a good-lookin' tarp, too.

    Chris

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    The tail 90 and 110 are fun to ride and tinker with. I have a few other trips planned on it this year with the hammocks however i will not have the pack.

    Thanks on the tarp. I like it much better than the blue ww tarp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TVS View Post
    The tail 90 and 110 are fun to ride and tinker with. I have a few other trips planned on it this year with the hammocks however i will not have the pack.

    Thanks on the tarp. I like it much better than the blue ww tarp.
    I'm going to take the awesomeness that is my Yamaha TW200 on a hammock-camping ride-n-hang soon.

    Chris

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    Land the tw200 is a bike I would like. Post some pictures when you go

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