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Found this video on youtube, this guy seems to know what hes talking about...
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Too bad he drives a Ford Courier.

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When I was down the West coast (a month or so after Roothy and that were down there) , some locals (bogans) said the "4wd action crew are a bunch of pussies as they didn't do any of they harder tracks". And that roothy cooked a meal down there, (roast lamb i think.) it was only just cooked, once the camera was off they threw it away, so much for good cooking... :eek:

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He is a knob. End of story. And I think we would get over that guy in the video pretty quickly as well. Unless he actually knows how to cook.
 

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Around 7 minutes he is a ****....He is reversing back into soft sand and doesn't have the front wheels straight. Credibility = lost.
 

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Around 7 minutes he is a ****....He is reversing back into soft sand and doesn't have the front wheels straight. Credibility = lost.
What, you want him to reverse up that dand hill behind him?

I thought it was a good vid, particularly those who are new to bbbbing.
 

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haha.
I've always wondered how his cooking is, cause 9/10 his recipe's look chithouse!

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Haha all ways healthy stuff. jokes. :cool:



He is a knob. End of story. And I think we would get over that guy in the video pretty quickly as well. Unless he actually knows how to cook.
Yeap, that was the joke.:wink:
I just found it funny to be told that the 4wd action crew took the easier tracks when they were recommended to take the hard ones, even when there always going on about the harder ones. :rolleyes:
 

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What, you want him to reverse up that dand hill behind him?

I thought it was a good vid, particularly those who are new to bbbbing.
hahah bbbbing took me a sec to get. lol very good
 

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Having meet Roothy personally he is a pretty good bloke but most of it is put on for the camera. And of coarse they took the easy tracks. Would hate to damage all them relatively standard unprotected vehicles. And yeah as for his cooking the time I met him his wife done most of the cooking.
 

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Having meet Roothy personally he is a pretty good bloke but most of it is put on for the camera. And of coarse they took the easy tracks. Would hate to damage all them relatively standard unprotected vehicles. And yeah as for his cooking the time I met him his wife done most of the cooking.
He seems like a good bloke,
it was just funny to hear these kids swearing and carrying on about it.
Every sentence seem to have a "f or c" word in it.. making us Tasmanian's look even worse... lol :wink:
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if roothy was a real man he d have a nissan BUT he s only a boy in he s tojo
as with there mag if they were fair. wouldent roothy have a nissan even for one year too be fair..
 

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Love the idea of using levelling chocks (if you can't find bread crates lol) - they would pack nicely and are cheap (compared to maxtrax etc)
 

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Having meet Roothy personally he is a pretty good bloke but most of it is put on for the camera. And of coarse they took the easy tracks. Would hate to damage all them relatively standard unprotected vehicles. And yeah as for his cooking the time I met him his wife done most of the cooking.
Yep anyone who's been around bikes for any length of time knows Rooth as a pretty switched on guy who has a lot of insight into the ups and downs of life in general (he's been writing a column in Two Wheels for eons). The real Rooth is quite different to his 'Roothy' persona. Rooth and Groff are the two columns I always go straight to in a new TW.

I skip the cooking bits on the DVDs, that's the missus's job ;)
 

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Love the idea of using levelling chocks (if you can't find bread crates lol) - they would pack nicely and are cheap (compared to maxtrax etc)
Yeah thats what i thought, seemed to work alright :)

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I skip the cooking bits on the DVDs, that's the missus's job :wink:
hahaha sounds like a plan lol
I would love to meet roothy one day :wink:
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I would rather watch roothy than any of the other knobs from that mag.
I think he has to put in on pretty thick as that's his job, he is just like any other tv presenter.
 

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I would rather watch roothy than any of the other knobs from that mag.
I think he has to put in on pretty thick as that's his job, he is just like any other tv presenter.
This is True. Some of them are tools...
I still think hes a good bloke. :cool:
 

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I would rather watch roothy than any of the other knobs from that mag.
I'd rather watch home and away than *burp* drinky drinky... errr Roothy.
 
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