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Old 02-24-2010, 11:11 AM   #109
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Originally Posted by Bluebull2007
I dont have half the experience you do! I started out in 2004, but most of my experience is on dirt roads & tracks.

Only recently have I been doing my best slide down a
piece of asphalt!

I still prefer dirt and off piste.

That description of your un-intended jump scares the crap out of me! Ive had similars experiences and come off. I need to learn how to jump and control those jumps.
I do as well! Someday Id like to find a jump somewhere so I can practice under controlled circumstances.

either that or I should just take some lessons from my cousin, "Monty"



One thing unique about racing in the desert is if it has been raining, conditions can change by the minute so even if a course has been marked or even if there was a road there - it might not be there after a little rain.
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