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    Senior Member Fred's Avatar
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    That's right, you jumped the bridge! You Ladies rock!

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    So how much would this be in Canadian dollars?
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    $132 Cad

    Seeing the arcing lines on the town emblem seems to indicate jumping is welcome....perhaps the town is funded by such jumping fines. lol

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    Hell, that's a bargain!
    I'd pay a hundred bucks to jump my TeeDubbie from their bridge.
    In Texas it would be twice that...
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    Cool vid and what looks like an awesome place to ride. My girlfriend and I mostly ride the mountains of Colorado as well as some of the desert areas on our 2019 TW's. We have even done two black diamond trails on them.

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    Trail Women, you should check out the Scorpa T-Ride or Sherco X-Ride (same bike).
    If you can find a dealer who will throw in the lights and not put a RUM sticker on it you could get it licensed for the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Woman View Post
    Thanks. No camera trickery. With the modest abilities of the TW, I wonder what I could get out of a lighter more powerful bike....like a trials bike. lol
    There is a fellow that post on the adv. trials forum from NS ( MT007 ) that's part of a small group of Trials riders over there . Might want to try contacting him. Trials riders are always a good group .
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejfranz View Post
    Trail Women, you should check out the Scorpa T-Ride or Sherco X-Ride (same bike).
    If you can find a dealer who will throw in the lights and not put a RUM sticker on it you could get it licensed for the road.
    I looked at it before...REALLY nice bike. The only downside is the tighter tolerances of a liquid cooled engine require more maintenance. If I could afford to buy one and pay to have it maintained I would surely get one....if I ever luck into some big cash.

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    What extra maintenance?
    Change oil as with any other bike and change the coolant every couple of years. The oil capacity may be a bit smaller so it may require more frequent changes, but I doubt you or I would stress the motor to its full potential.
    I may pick one up this month; I have been debating getting one for about a year. A buddy of mine wants me to drink the koolaid and get a 300 xcw (not my riding style).
    I have had the DT for a few years now and have maybe put 10 000 km on it and the coolant still looks good so I will wait until next spring to change it.
    I have had the VStrom for 3 years and just over 33 000 km and will wait until next spring to change its coolant.
    The WR250r I got in 2010 and I have changed the coolant once. It is due for another change.
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    Great video and riding. Thanks for sharing as always Trail Woman. Cheers.
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