I watched some of the enduro tricks and tips on YouTube. So what's your techniques, pop the wheelie, hop the log, go around? I practiced popping the front end up yesterday for this. It is all technique, the front end comes up easier than you think when you get it right. The TW won't hop a log but you may be at least able to slide over. Are there any more controllable clutches than stock? From what I was reading, slipping and feathering the clutch to keep rpms up at the top of steep grade gets you up without stalling at times. My stock clutches are still in. I doubt anything else will last nearly as well, since 1993. Any better off-road tested clutches for a harsh environment?