In the high plains and in even as far west as Oregon, the Pronghorn handles the tarmac differently than the east coast Deer. A deer will move across the road and leap over a fence. The Pronghorns have no ups, so they no sh^t run back on the tar in a zig zag manner until they find a way back in the vedge. So really slow up if no one crosses your path, he might turn around and come back at you. I never saw this, but an inmate in Sioux City Falls, Iowa told me this. There are lots of cattle on National Forest land, big time in Oregon. When they are a few feet away: Ride slow, no horns, just keep her moving. If you are a littles ways off and come over a rise, do not stop when you see them. Their insticts tell them them are being stalked by a Pred and they may start circling the wagons if calfs are around. The Bulls are kept away from the Cows and typically not on forest roads/fire roads, so that there are a couple of calfing seasons a year. I would give them more elbow room. Turn around if un comfortable. You have the range with the big gas tank. I road by a huge bull once that was a few feet away and he turned his head toward me as I Passed. Just one of the reasons why the stock pipe is good to go on the DR. Never been a fan of loud pipes.