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Old 10-30-2012, 08:17 PM   #29
Cpt. Ron
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Location: Sacramento, CA
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The trick is momentum, leaning back, and steering with your feet. Ruts can unravel your nerves at first, but you figure it pretty quick. The hardest part is starting and stopping. So you learn to just not stop, and if you really have to, try a straight firm spot.

In all honesty, there isn't THAT much sand to deal with.
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