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    Senior Member Stromper's Avatar
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    3rd time on the Pachuag State Forest Eastern CT and RI



    Some bolder fields and ledges.



    I am sure that is only true for play bike riders but

    the TW has no problem keeping up.



    I am very happy with its ability to be positioned (thrown) into

    the best track. I am using 15 PSI because these are real rocks

    and do not want to ding the rims



    Also floating over the deeper sand

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    I run 8 psi in the back in the az rocks...and 4 up front in my agressive knobbie tire. Try it
    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    i'm dying to check this place out...if you want some company sometime let me know

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    Go to ADVRIDER and search



    Big Bike Droporama



    This is where these rides are organized.



    I am not the navigator but you will be able to discern when it is not a high speed ride

    but they will wait for all



    I make about 1 a month

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    Typical dualsport tire sizes are stolen from motocross bikes and and have less aggressive treads than motocross bikes. Pretty much the only ways to corner quickly are berms and powerslides. TW tire sizes with a relatively more aggressive tread corner much faster when no berm is available and powersliding is not practical. Tdub has kept up with a Husky 510 on a twisty dirt 2-track in Big Bend National Park, at least until the road straightened out. The rider has much more to do with performance than the bikes.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Stromper View Post
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    Big Bike Droporama



    This is where these rides are organized.



    I am not the navigator but you will be able to discern when it is not a high speed ride

    but they will wait for all



    I make about 1 a month


    That is a cool site.



    Happy Trails All



    Ron in Boise

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