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Took a few pictures on my way home before the rains came... ended with a few lightning strike pictures...5b197f5760f86_Screenshot_20180607-133310_Video20Player.jpg.4345c9187cfe85f78955bda39e8a8940.jpg5b197f5faeb75_Screenshot_20180607-133442_Video20Player.jpg.09e3b3dff4f883ff90288bc9eabcf92d.jpg20180607_122444.jpg.142560c554f7418dfa6bdfe173e79164.jpg20180607_122712.jpg.3ac4a552ec9e908b72407dbff867a48d.jpg
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YEHAWWWWWWWWWWW. Yeh, probably why he bought it Randy. Wants to be able to keep up with you...........hahahahahaha
LoL!!
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That looks like It's part of the WBDR. I'm hoping/planning to come down and do that whole route this Sept.
It's a forest road that splits off the wabdr just before chumstick summit. The water pipe coming off the hill is on the wabdr route though, it's worth a stop for a drink!
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Today I rode from the ardenvoir to Chelan section of the wabdr. Beautiful area and the trail was mostly sandy and rutted, very fun. "The jungle" was in decent condition relatively I suppose, great ride.IMG_20180615_142825240.jpegIMG_20180615_140111295.jpeg

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I did Banks Peninsula (New Zealand) with a few others.  Mine was the second smallest CC bike in the lineup (Smallest was a Yamaha 250)  No disadvantage though.

We started off at Birdlings Flat a pebble beach - lol lots of fun watching fat KTM and Beamers sink.  The chap on the DR650 was doing alright though

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20180617_013329065_iOS.jpg.5b470380b990e3f1c69ee89a6bf3e9a2.jpgHeaded down for a pint and pie at the local.

20180617_003831194_iOS.jpg.0105521ad4226f695836c16ba8d3145e.jpgDRZ content my bike is 2nd from the right.

Over the back of the peninsular looking towards Littleton harbour.  

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20180617_024743127_iOS.jpg.24d5992730be85f195a48c93cedd74ab.jpgMore DRZ content (and DR650). I had a great day.  The bike ran flawlessly, we did 192kms all up (119 miles) on 8.91 litres (2.35 US gallons) I averaged 50.6 MPG or 21.5 KMPL which is less than when I'm riding sedately but still good never the less.

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Started the weekend and ended the weekend in the rain...but all in all ended with about 650 miles from southern nh to northern nh...the two dirt pics are from the end of each of the logging roads that go to the very top of NH to just about the canadian border on each side of the main rd that splits the top of pittsburg

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The SHRINE, the meeting place for the club that maintains this place and a testimate to nastyness of it, a real bike breaker.
View from the bottom of the shrine and the top.
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Not the best background by far, but my first trip to the Hatfield McCoy trails.

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Not the best background by far, but my first trip to the Hatfield McCoy trails.
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Hey! We love it there!.. Which section did you all ride?
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Stayed at the buffalo mountain lodge. Rode buffalo and devillages anse.  
Ahh..thats 2 we have not rode yet. By the time we make it farther north from where we stay at its getting late on us. Those two pretty decent?
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Both were awesome. Stayed on the greens mostly.  The trails were all well maintained.  Stopped at the cemeteries. Very cool history there. 

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