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Do you see the world in WR? (Part 2)

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Ah, what am I doing here in this square brick building with dim lighting.

That's a really sweet shot. Is that a golf course down there. Suckers. :cry:

They don't know what they're missing.

Great shot 'bones

- Ryan

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Nope but I saw that exact same shot in TE (450) Friday and it was NICE! We did 85 miles Friday at GP.

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I really need to get a hold of you guys when I get my WR to find out where your riding! I love the views! :cry:

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It was by far some of the best riding I've done. 75, fall colors, amazing views, no dust but no mud. :cry:

It's a long ways there, but GP rules. :cry:

DieselsRcool, how's come there's no tire marks behind your bike? :cry:

Cool looking sand dunes

- Ryan

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DieselsRcool, how's come there's no tire marks behind your bike? :cry:

Cool looking sand dunes

- Ryan

That sand was so steep and soft I thought I would start an avalanch(sand-a-lanch?), it would drift into the tracks right away. Also I rode straight up to where the bike sits, stopped and then wiggled the front wheel around to the left 90% so the missing track should be going down to the left. Lots of fun. Like riding a rocket up those dunes. WR power is a good thing. :cry:

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Diesel, I think I know right where that pic was taken from. Isn't that the Vantage bridge in the back ground? Where this pic was taken you can see it from the highway, right? If I remember right if you keep climbing it you will run out of dune, right? How did that WR do climbing in the sand? :cry:

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