ice breaker dual sport 2/10/19

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bevans
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Re: ice breaker dual sport 2/10/19

Post by bevans » Wed Feb 13, 2019 5:56 pm

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"Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." -RWE :map1
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Re: ice breaker dual sport 2/10/19

Post by SnoDawg » Sat Mar 02, 2019 12:27 am

This ride was a great way to start of the off-road riding season this year. Even though it took about 15 hours to regain full feeling and movement in my hands, I would do it again in a second - especially if the same group of guys were riding it. Tom, Steve, and Brian are a great group to go off-road with, and we all took turns leading through the trails and through the ice. :cold1

NSBMW OFF-ROAD TEAM - similar to the BMW Dakar Winning team!!!! :rider
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Re: ice breaker dual sport 2/10/19

Post by bevans » Sat Mar 02, 2019 9:22 am

SnoDawg wrote:This ride was a great way to start of the off-road riding season this year. Even though it took about 15 hours to regain full feeling and movement in my hands, I would do it again in a second - especially if the same group of guys were riding it. Tom, Steve, and Brian are a great group to go off-road with, and we all took turns leading through the trails and through the ice. :cold1

NSBMW OFF-ROAD TEAM - similar to the BMW Dakar Winning team!!!! :rider
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Seems legit.

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"Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." -RWE :map1
Current Bikes: 2016 R1200GS Triple Black, 1995 R100GSPD, R1100GS Sidecar, 2-R65LS's, and a KTM 400 Exc :rider
I need more bikes.

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