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Old 04-21-2008, 08:05 PM   #13
rforsythe
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Location: Physically, Denver. Mentally, NO IDEA.
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Originally Posted by Rincewind
It's good to see someone actually trying the Scrambler offroad. Most people seem to dismiss it as a styling exercise, without much real offroad ability. Your pics are pretty much the only ones I've seen of a Scrambler in the rough. Thanks for that, and nice review.
Really? I saw one at a dealership this weekend and instantly started thinking of all sorts of motorcycle abuse I could put that thing through. I wouldn't be surprised to see a decent DS/off-road cult following build up around that bike. They aren't that expensive to begin with, and a couple-years-old model should have some downright tasty prices..
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Originally Posted by neduro
...There's a general risk of racing that can be managed, and then there's being stalled in a silt bed, in the middle of the night, zero visibility, with a bunch of San Bernadino tweakers bearing down in their 5000 lb chevy...
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