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I felt so bad for all the riders who had to push me and the TW up the alley. I'll post that video. I had fun helping others. I also met some hot chicks who can ride offroad. Such a perfect combo for a wife.
 

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Funny thing, when I watched it in reverse you waxed everyone's fanny!
 
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This reminds me of when forum member (former forum member?) Rainman did some races in Washington State. I give all you guys/gals so much credit for even attempting a race such as this.

I might be good for an "old folks" poker ride, but not anything with the words "race", "enduro", or "hare scramble"! Cudos to you! I'm guessing you learned a lot.

Recover well from you injury. You may not be thinking about it now, but I hope to see more video's like this of you out on the course, though it makes me feel old!:D
 

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The TW would probably do pretty well in 'classic' style enduro's. I remember reading in the 1965 Motorcycle Magazine about the ISDT enduro.

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This reminds me of when forum member (former forum member?) Rainman did some races in Washington State. I give all you guys/gals so much credit for even attempting a race such as this.

I might be good for an "old folks" poker ride, but not anything with the words "race", "enduro", or "hare scramble"! Cudos to you! I'm guessing you learned a lot.

Recover well from you injury. You may not be thinking about it now, but I hope to see more video's like this of you out on the course, though it makes me feel old!:D
 

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While some roosted docjekell I was pleased to see the one fellow stop and help. Very easy to see how the goop before the log can trip a guy up, the stock tire just isn't knobby enough to churn through, up and over.
 
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