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Too much talk about hot dogs, aliens, and politics. Let's have a "timeout" for some TW time.

This is one of 6 or 7 trails I rode on the day. This was the only "motorcycle only" of those trails. It appears ATV's try to ride this trail only to come to the narrow single track part and having to turn around. Probably lured in as the start of this trail is an old logging road which is off another old logging road converted to an ATV trail. They probably still should know better right?
 

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Nice side hill trail, know how you like "exposure". Fortunately this late in the season chance of having to deal with a cross trail fallen log is minimal.
 
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Another cool video. You could tell at 2:19 from the way the handlebars jolted that the body's shoulder momentarily got snagged on the log you just passed.

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Another cool video. You could tell at 2:19 from the way the handlebars jolted that the body's shoulder momentarily got snagged on the log you just passed.

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I guess it may show it in the video but I don't remember it happening as I was riding. Usually, the spooky brush try's to grab at my handlebars and knock me down. :giggle:
 
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I'm stuck at work on a 12hr night shift, it's dark and cold outside 5C/40F. That's properly cheered me up!

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Watching videos on shift is the best isn't it? Bwahaha. I used to do it...a lot!
 
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Nice side hill trail, know how you like "exposure". Fortunately this late in the season chance of having to deal with a cross trail fallen log is minimal.
I was actually carrying a chainsaw which is something I started doing much more this year. Of course, I've been riding more single track as well and don't want to turn around because of a danged old tree.
I had a less "white-knuckled grip" on the handlebar on this exposure than on recent rides with exposure but I won't say I'm getting used to it...or like it...ever!
 
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