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Old 01-23-2005, 03:12 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Arch
FWIW, I think I'd prefer the 200 over all of 'em for tight woods, just 'cause I'm least likely to get maimed with 100 less cc.
Agree. If I wasn't a fatass (195 lbs) and didn't live at elevation, I'd be on a 200. Shoot, I'd be on a 200 if I just lived down lower- they have all the power anyone needs at reasonable elevations. My riding is mostly between 9 and 12k feet, though, and they are short of breath up there. So is the 300, but less so.

I'm sure I'd enjoy a garage session down there as well. You guys ever come to the TESCEC Enduros? I hit some of the North Texas ones...
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