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newbbewb
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tis the season...

Post by newbbewb » 02:00 pm Oct 12 2014

for MUD.

spent the day at Jones Creek OHV yesterday doing muddy hillclimbs. Had the rear tire at 8psi swinging side to side 3 feet either way trying desperately to stay on the bike, which I did for the most part. Couple of parts there where I lost peg footing but no way was I backing off the throttle, pushing sucks.

Anyways, just thought I'd publicly welcome the mud back into town, I missed you.

Bike when clean, full gas, tools - 218lbs

Bike when full of mud and near empty gas, with tools - 225lbs
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tis the season...

Post by dualscotty » 02:31 pm Oct 12 2014

Sounds like you had a good day

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Post by ICRage42 » 06:20 pm Oct 12 2014

Ha indeed. Spent most of the day cleaning mine up from the last run.
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Post by newbbewb » 06:49 pm Oct 12 2014

Yea, always a good day when on the bike. The transition is rude, last week I was blowing dust snot rockets out and switching air filters every day. I don't even need to check my air filter after yesterday :cool:
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