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Been a lot of people killed when the top came out a snag, but not normally on a bike. Your buddy was lucky it fell behind him. And if I rode in doghair like that, the old SL100 would get resurrected fast.

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...2 stroke Kaw guy(me) rides a Husaberg 450 (lol)...

 

It sounded like it was farting every time you gave it some throttle. :D

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Thanks!

We cut that trail ourselves. Its part of anothe section that we turned into a 2 mile loop. Thats so the kid doesnt get lost and everyone can ride at their own pace. The vid is only a fraction of the trails there. Alot of them are still fubar from Sandy.

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Rocks go in my glass. :cheers:

 

After seeing case carnage photos, there's no way I letting my bike near any rocks.  Some friends of mine ride rocky, mountainous stuff out in PA.  Screw that.

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NO NO you NEED rocks to make it interesting. You come out here and I will show you and you can even use my bike :thumbsup:

 

Ed

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Oh, yeah, doesn't NJ have whoops instead of rocks? That's like a loophole in the rules or something.

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Oh, yeah, doesn't NJ have whoops instead of rocks? That's like a loophole in the rules or something.

 

lol, yeah.  There's miles and miles of whooped trails.  I rode so much of that crap I'd rather stay home than spend a day riding it.  Whoop "sections" are another story.  This area in the vid is sort of a swampy area.  Lots of loam, especially if you cut your own trails like we did.

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lol, yeah. There's miles and miles of whooped trails. I rode so much of that crap I'd rather stay home than spend a day riding it. Whoop "sections" are another story. This area in the vid is sort of a swampy area. Lots of loam, especially if you cut your own trails like we did.

Yeah deep 3-4 ft whoops. So used to riding them I could probably be an instructor for it. Give ya hell of a work-out.

Did you like riding the berg?

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Did you like riding the berg?

 

It was ok.  The chassis was alot nicer than a 08 YZ450 and 07 KX450 I've ridden.  But it still feels big and fat.  That bike is setup strictly for woods so the suspension was a little too soft for my tastes.  My 125 is so tiny compared to those bikes, I love it!

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