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Old 02-21-2012, 06:24 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by lethe View Post
no just missed a step coming down some stairs and folded my foot over
ironically I did drop the bike on some ice just a week or two before and was unhurt

most of what I've been doing so far is within Wayne County and nearby. Mush Paw Road, River Road, Upper Woods Road etc etc

been recording them on my GoPro that my wife got me for xmas.
I posted them in other threads but I don't think you'd mind them here too. I'll just do the links

This is the one I fell at the end of
Great vids. The GoPro takes great vids. There are great roads close by and it all starts to look the same between here and there. I swear, every time I go out I can't find my way back to the same place again. That's quite alright by me. I welcome anyone that's from the area to post pics and vids here of their local terrain. That's the stuff I'm looking for.

Originally Posted by Pabigwoods View Post
Just stumbled across your thread. Nice!!! I,m near Tunkhannock, PA and just started dual sporting last spring. Tons of dirt around here. So many places to explore. Give a shout when the weather gets better. I will try and expand your knowledge down in this area. Need to get up your way more too.
I think there's good stuff towards Cayuga Lake but I haven't explored it yet on the bike. I lived up there before I got started riding. Time to check it out now with the DR. Tunkhannock isn't far from here and I love that area. I hate what the gasholes have done to the roads getting there though but I'm often down that way once the weather is nicer. I'm all in if you want to show me the local roads. I stop and get distracted though when I find old houses

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