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    TW tackles the Toilet Boulders, and willow creek riding

    Last nites ride up the upper willow creek area, and playing around on a set of steps and the toilet Boulders. Good times!

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    Still uploading? Says unavailable... Can't wait for it.

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    Another interesting and enjoyable video, thanks!! Conquering the toilet boulders - I bet there's not many KTM's that can lay claim to that! Seriously, you handle the TW very well - sometimes one handed! I envy the front suspension travel you have, and I can see how that big, soft front tire helps you to get up & over some gnarly obstacles. Thanks again, I enjoyed it. You've probably mentioned it before, but I'm curious what gearing your running.
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    As usual, great vid! Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-dub View Post
    Another interesting and enjoyable video, thanks!! Conquering the toilet boulders - I bet there's not many KTM's that can lay claim to that! Seriously, you handle the TW very well - sometimes one handed! I envy the front suspension travel you have, and I can see how that big, soft front tire helps you to get up & over some gnarly obstacles. Thanks again, I enjoyed it. You've probably mentioned it before, but I'm curious what gearing your running.

    Glad you all liked the video. A few things you guys noticed that make it handle way better are the 12-55 gearing(im goint to go to 12 70 soon, plus the z front end makes it way kinder. The low gearing makes you feel way more confident on obstacles. However I have a cruising speed of like 30mph now too.

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    I like exploring old buildings. Good job.
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