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    Powerlines can be fun

    Hi All;
    Here's some pics for you of a ride on a powerline road, it was a lot of fun and in good shape for riding. It's also winter range for mule deer and tried to get a pic of a nice buck. It was standing right in front of me and took off before I could get my camera out and only got a pic of his butt leaving out of there. The off road riding was good but that big graveled road in the bottom was like riding on marbles. Hope you enjoy!
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    r80rt and admiral like this.

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    Looks like a fun ride! I've had a few good rides following power lines myself.
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    looks like a blast
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    Great views from the powerline road for sure!
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    Nice!

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    I grew up riding power line right of ways. The ones in Southern Maryland where nice but they sure did not look like yours!

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    Looks like good times for sure. I've been on several powerline trails and it seems the only time it isn't fun is when there isn't enough trail/road.

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    nice pix!!! whats that rear tire?

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    not to thread jack, but what are laws regarding riding power lines. I've read conflicting information.

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