Enduro Alaska at the B-29 Trail - A short video

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Mr. BigWheel, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Mr. BigWheel

    Mr. BigWheel b00b

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  2. DeadRun

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    Awesome video, good naration too. Ever think about zip tieing that camera to your roost deflector?
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  3. 400psi

    400psi Cropdusting

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    Love your videos. This is another great one
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  4. Mr. BigWheel

    Mr. BigWheel b00b

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    Thanks for the kind words, compadres.

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  5. BusyWeb

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    :clap :clap :clap
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  6. RideFreak

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    Nice video :thumb

    That vid could be a TW200 commercial :D It looks like a good choice of machine for that terrain.
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  7. locorider

    locorider Loco, pero no estúpido!

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    You guys are crazy....but your videos are cool...well, too cool for me, or should I say cold! :jose Great narrative!!!:clap
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  8. GB

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    Looks like a crazy fun!! Thanks for the link :thumb
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  9. Mr. BigWheel

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    Thanks for the kind words guys.

    "That vid could be a TW200 commercial It looks like a good choice of machine for that terrain."

    The BigWheel has the atv tires for the flotation. The Trailwheel has slightly narrower tires but has a license plate attached to it. I choose the flotation, hoping to avoid going over the bars and hoping that the local constabulary will be looking the other way at the appropriate time.

    The TW200 has an ardent following and a number of folks doing some outlandish modifications. I'm so close to almost being sold on the idea.

    Regards,

    Mr. BigWheel
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