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Re: Is anybody still buggying

Postby Bille » Wed Jan 19, 2022 1:07 pm

RedSky wrote:
Tue Jan 18, 2022 8:43 am

Here's my video ( shamless 8) ) of that weekend. ...
I really Liked that video !!! :thumb:

Hoping we can camp out and ride the playa with kites
together some day !!

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Re: Is anybody still buggying

Postby bragnouff » Thu Jan 20, 2022 12:57 am

Still buggying here, but nowhere near as much as I was a few years ago, in my pre-foiling days. But still sometimes, when conditions are not suitable for water use, or when Govt decides that going in the water is a big no-no that will spread covid19, buggy does get some use. I also like to use it for night riding / full moon sessions.

The links in previous posts for buggy fabricators are great, but I'm lucky to live in the land where old Peter Lynn buggies can be found for very cheap, so here's my latest addition, buggy #2. Wider wheels, short carbon rear axle, which means it can fit in the van without removing anything, without any hassle, in case I want to take it somewhere else... Which I haven't done yet, to be honest... I tend to always ride at the end of the street, but it's good to have the option. And good to have two buggies because it's better to share session with buddies!
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Re: Is anybody still buggying

Postby Anthonyshopguy » Wed Feb 16, 2022 5:38 am

:bye: Ivanpaugh IBX coming to a playa near me. Looking forward to 2022. Hope to see everyone soon.
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Re: Is anybody still buggying

Postby RedSky » Wed Feb 16, 2022 2:41 pm

Anthonyshopguy wrote:
Wed Feb 16, 2022 5:38 am
:bye: Ivanpaugh IBX coming to a playa near me. Looking forward to 2022. Hope to see everyone soon.
I wish I could join you all out there. Post up some pictures or video if you can and have a great time. :thumb:

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