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Someone was telling me that Toes has a GP course now? Anyone been over there this year and checked out the long course?

I'm thinking about heading to Mattawa this weekend, until I heard about the GP course at Toes.

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Yeah their National track. It's fun even thou its REALLY sandy on like half of it. I improved alot just in that day that i rode there. Was there 2 weeks ago. Even thou it was sandy and in my opinion in need of grooming, it rutted up nice in places. I'd go back even thou it was sandy :thumbsup:, got to hit 4th and 5th gear, been a long time since i've done that, been doing the AX series all winter lol

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