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Just a little hit in my woods

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Built a small double/hip in my woods today. only took a few minutes in the bobcat, and was hella fun. WHY do gopro vids downsize everything lol.

I took a long break from riding around last july or august when I sold my rm250 to my buddy, and just picked the ktm up about 4 weeks or so ago. Feels good to be back, still really really rusty, but thats alright. Dirt is so much more fun than street riding, for any of you who consider SWITCHING from dirt to get a street bike like I did, DO NOT DO IT. Either do both, or stay on the dirt. Dont get me wrong, I love street riding, but dirt is just one hell of a lot more fun. Thanks for watching, comment please =) and if you live in new york, come ride! 18 acres here, and a lot more trails in the area with some jumps built randomly around the area

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Here is the helmet cam of the loop we kept doing in my trails

riding starts around 1 minute

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Good stuff! Looks fun! I also hate how my GoPro vids make jumps look small, hills look tame, rocks look smaller, etc.

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Good stuff! Looks fun! I also hate how my GoPro vids make jumps look small, hills look tame, rocks look smaller, etc.

Exactly! The braking bumps , which you can hear in the second vid, dont even look like they're there. and i groomed them in the morning with the bobcat. my property is rougher than the local track on practice days

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Looks really fun, wish I lived near a place like that ): But it is strange how the gopro does that o_o

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Very cool , Nice to have woods on your property to ride in !

The jump looks looks fun and the dirt looks great .

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