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Old 08-09-2012, 07:06 AM   #11
DAKEZ
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Originally Posted by 2handedSpey View Post
I have a guess that you are a fairly younger rider? You sound like an awesome, omnipotent rider on top of your game. Great for you. But, here's the deal.... Many of us don't ride around housing developments and familiar fields close to home. Many of us do overland, multiday, adventure trips going into locations unknown.
When you're traversing a deep rut and need a dab of speed to loft a heavy KLR up and over but, since you've never been in N.E. California before on this particular forest road (for example) you shoot right over an embankment, plop on your side and shatter your tibia... Uhhhh yeah, it happens like that. It's a big world my friend and I have seen bigger men than you eat shit from time to time.


If you break that easy don't ride with Road Rash or Hells Alien.
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