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yea thats exactly what i want. I absolutely love when my sack lunch and all my stuff is covered in roost, mud and all sorts of sh*t. Some people think of everything :applause:

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yea thats exactly what i want. I absolutely love when my sack lunch and all my stuff is covered in roost, mud and all sorts of sh*t. Some people think of everything :applause:

No...you get the enclosed trailer.

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I actually don't think it's that stupid of an idea. If you don't travel off the beaten path too much but want to trek up into the mountains and camp...it looks like it would be perfect.

No, it's not for technical single track. But cruising hundreds of miles of logging roads through the mountains wouldn't be bad on it. I would never have such a need but I imagine there are quite a few people who could use such a thing.

I wonder if it needs plated :applause:

I can't view the movie (dam codec's) but these are the types of terrain they show it on too.

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It's not for me, but if you like to ride away and stay gone for a day or so, that might be just the thing.

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It says it will go anywhere you dare to go. I want to see RC or Bubba take it on a couple of laps and see what happens to it.

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so what happens when you come up alittle short on a jump?

lol, the music is so fittng for the ridding...redneck.

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will a baby fit in there comfortably? :applause:

comfortable is such a relative term that a baby may not know what comfortable is. keep the babys playpen and crib made of plywood and put a pillow on the bike trailer, then the baby will love the trailer. Just try not to roost too hard. :applause:

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