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    More Pro TW200 Riding

    I posted this a couple years ago but I can't find it...easily so I'll repost it. If you haven't seen it before it should get a couple good chuckles out of it.

    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Classic! "I think I got sand in my butt!" has always been one of my favorites. I also love how your dear, sweet wife tells you that you roll good.
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    Yup, more than a couple good chuckles there Thanks for re-posting - it never gets old!
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    The funniest part is on gopro everything looks easy.

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    Good stuff
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    Maybe if you used George's weight upfront you'd make the hill climb...or send him flying. Do they make helmets for dogs?

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    Yeah, the sonar pings in the river crossing is still my favorite. Love that video!
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    Another great classic video! Always good for a smile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Woman View Post
    Do they make helmets for dogs?
    Maybe! Riding pard on this ride actually photoshopped this helmet on Georgie from a ride in 2010 to Packer John Lookout so it's not real...here. I have seen photo's of dogs wearing helmets on the www but I don't know if they're real either. Probably. I do know they make Doggles (Goggles for dogs).

    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    Maybe! Riding pard on this ride actually photoshopped this helmet on Georgie from a ride in 2010 to Packer John Lookout so it's not real...here. I have seen photo's of dogs wearing helmets on the www but I don't know if they're real either. Probably. I do know they make Doggles (Goggles for dogs).

    Great videos, admiral!

    Can you give a noob a brief description of what types/brands of gear you wear? Because I like how you get up, every time, seemingly none the worse for wear!

    And I see, based on the dog pic, why those wide, rear racks would come in handy. We want to get another Golden Retriever, but are considering downsizing to a Welsh Corgie or Border Collie. (A friend of mine's Border Collie would ride on the back of cycles, trikes, and even jump ONTO the rear axle of a MOVING, large farm tractor. This was all on dirt roads, but he claimed the dog would ride around in town, on the back of his roadbike, "all the time.")

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