50's real name is Richie.
Here's what his mug looks like!!
Here's what he is currently driving in the sand!
and on the street.........
Richie's first trip to Dumont and why he started this site!!
Hmmmm I want to say I was about 18, had a cr250 and hated Dumont after the 1st trip. I couldnt ride the sand for nothing. I didnt give up that easy though. Went back 2 more times and decided I liked the sand alittle. Me and my roomate at the time really enjoyed the sand after 4-5 trips and started going to dumont almost every saturday for a year or so. I am now hooked to the sand like flys on sh!t. The paddle never comes off my bike. And when I say never its been 2 years since its seen a dirt tire.
I started going up on the big weekends about 8-9 years ago, we camped ganster style in tents and froze our asses off. I eventually moved up to a box trailer and slept in that, this is no upgrade from a tent let me tell you. I think it was colder than a da!@ tent. Then I got stuck sleeping in the back of my truck one time for one reason or another, it was great, so warm and quite, I loved it. I stayed in the truck for quite a few trips after that. Now finally after about 6 years of Dumont trips I got a fU(K^%$ toy hauler, I love that son of a bit%$.
The sand thickens,
I got a ride in a vw 1776 turbo buggy one night at comp hill and never had so much fun. We raced up the hill faster than sh!t about 3 times and I decided it was time for a rail. Before that ride I never even looked twice at rails, I thought they were alot of money and couldnt be that cool. I got home from that weekend and bought a long travel that week. Im on my 2nd long travel now and barely ride my bike anymore. Its backup I guess.
Now Im just hooked, I go almost every big weekdn and do a few coral pink trips every summer. I enjoy the sh!t so much I bought the Domain name DUMONTDUNES.COM and now spill out my life story to total strangers just because they like the dunes to
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