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Old 10-17-2010, 12:45 PM   #1
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Another great saturday in oregon! I've been trying to challenge myself to ride more steep and tight singletrack on my trusty KLR. The bike does fairly well considering its size, its me that needs work! keep in mind my last bike was a Beta zero, 260 trials. I actually found it much easier to hit the steep and tight climbs with more speed and momentum to reach the top. On a Trials bike you can pick your way up a little slower. Any
advice out there for riding a large bike on single track would be great!



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