Want to go for a DAMN Ride? So do we!
Ha! Yeah, I had to use a screwdriver to pry it off the bottom of the fenders. It turns into cement! My bike has got to be 50# lighter now!thetable wrote:Holy crap, that sand does NOT wash off.
Yeah, I thought I was too tired to push my bikes up the ramp on Sunday, turns out, my bike was just too heavy to be pushed. I spent an hour with the pressure washer and made a dent in it, but it's still gonna need a second round of cleaning, especially now that I've found the skid plate screws underneath two inches of concrete. I think there's at least another 5lbs of sand between the engine and the skid plate. Who knew that Ricochet makes a quality, frame mounted, aluminum shovel...
Just hose it down and give everything nice and wet, then spray preferably S100 Cycle cleaner all over it, or at least strong simple green and then pressure wash it after it sets for a few minutes pretty much falls off if you do that.
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