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Old 02-20-2010, 12:18 PM   #5
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Location: Portland, OR
Oddometer: 140
Originally Posted by The Toad
"real dirt" is good... but on a LARGER bikes... best to know what your getting yourself into....(sand ) and since we dont have Ohio OHV tags..and never can tell when a trail might end up @ some farmers doorstep ... figured it best we sticked to the marked roads....

All the farmers were pleasent and waving and smiling from there tractors as we passed by.... but probably wouldnt be so if we ran across them while making our way thru there field

Again.. thanks for the help and hope I didnt damage your rep too much
Sorry to be a bit off topic, but are those the stock tires on the 650? I'd be more willing to hit gravel and dirt if I had something other than the stock tires on my G650....
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