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  1. I recently saw someone mention that we do way too much talking on this forum and not enough riding. Well, it warmed up a little bit yesterday, so I decided to get off my butt and do something about it...
  2. To those of you who ride both during summer and winter, how often and which jets do you have to adjust? Let's say you get the jetting bang on during the summer at 30 degrees. How much of a temperature difference is enough to make you re-jet? And if there's a big change in temperature (let's say you want to ride at 0 degrees during the winter, same altitude), which jets do you change? Is it enough to just change the main jet and adjust the air screw, or do you change the main jet, pilot jet and the needle (or the position)? I want to hear from those who have personal experience, concrete examples with jet sizes would be nice. I've read many tutorials on jetting, but most of them just tell you how to adjust the jetting right now, not the things I mentioned.
  3. I‘am lithuanian adventure rider Karolis Mieliauskas, I spent seven days riding on frozen Lake Baikal, the largest freshwater lake by volume and the deepest in the world. It was a solo travel, I had no support truck behind me, no people waiting for my emergency call, no satellite phone and no experience in riding on ice, not even a tent. It was me, my motorcycle, water, hot tea, snacks, extra fuel, basic tools and some clothes. At the first day of my journey I faced a lot of difficulties at once. The visibilty was extremely low, the snow cover was very thick and a snow storm was raging. In the snow storm I lost all signs of track. I tried not to stop, as restarting became very difficult due to the deep snow (the amount of snow was so large, it sometimes nearly reached my knees). I was approaching the outfall of Angara (330 rivers inflow to Baikal, while Angara is the only outflowing river), which was waiting for me, such a huge body of unfrozen water in front. Suddenly, I noticed a human trace and saw two silhouettes in the distance. Approaching them, they were on foot with backpacks, moving slowly and looking at me. I stopped, started to speak, and guess what: they were Lithuanians, just like me. The World has become very small. During the entire journey I had to cope with extreme cold - sometimes it reached -30̊C - as well as ice cracks – passing/jumping/over them was the biggest challenge. It required a lot of physical energy. Other thing is constantly changing ice and snow condition. In the evening you think you know ice already and may imagine tomorrows ride. But once you start in the morning, you see that ice is different again. It's like this every single day. Snow became harder, ice rougher and vice versa. Regardless of all the strugles I had to survive. I will not stop. I will continue my adventure with my loyal friend - motorcycle. Next stop - Oymyakon, the coldest inhabited place in the world.  Follow my next adventure on facebook https://www.facebook.com/thecoldestride/ Cheers!
  4. Winter is starting to arrive here in Finland, so why not to make a topic out of winter riding videos! To start of Here's my video of the first snowy rides of this year. We didn't have studded tyres yet so it was super slippery!
  5. Apache Backcountry Track System VALCOURT, QUEBEC / CANADA – February 16, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Largest contact patch Infused snowmobile technology / efficient design High ground clearance in deep snow Enhanced handling properties https://videopress.com/v/00yQyhBB (video) Deep backcountry snow and challenging winter conditions have sometimes lead to more cumbersome results with tracked ATV. The all-new Apache Backcountry Track System, from Can-Am accessories, has forever transformed ATV operation in harsh winter environments and deep snow. With its unprecedented, unparalleled and unbelievable engineering and performance, the new track kit offers a fresh approach to winter exploration, allowing Can-Am ATV owners to answer the call of the wild. The Apache Backcountry Track System combines snowmobile technology with the Apache 360 Track System’s trademark execution, delivering the highest ground clearance, most floatation and best deep-snow performance of any track kit. Unprecedented Innovation The aggressive track includes 2-inch lugs for superior traction. When combined with the industry’s largest contact patch, create by a 13.5-inch front track and 14-inch rear track, the Apache Backcountry Track System supplies maximum floatation and nearly continuous pull in deep snow. Unparalleled Performance The lightweight, efficient and highly durable frame and rail configuration ensures the weight is spread evenly on snow for enhanced traction, remarkable acceleration and perfected handling. Superior control when turning, braking and side-hilling means Can-Am ATV owners can confidently climb higher, get deeper and even go off the beaten path during their winter off-road adventures. Unbelievable Experience The Apache Backcountry Track System’s has the ability to turn ordinary into incredible. Its innovative design and proven performance enhance an off-road experience. Also, easy installation and a quick-conversion setup lets owners conveniently decide upon their next wild adventure without long delays for tires-to-tracks conversions. That means there’s more time for riding in the rough country and less time wrenching prior to taking the journey. The track system requires the Apache 360 Backcountry Mounting Kit (sold separately), and is winter use only. MSRP: Apache Backcountry Track System: $5,349.99 US Apache Backcountry Mounting Kit: $649.99 US For more information, visit a local Can-Am dealer. Source: Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.
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