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Pushing the BRP w/pictures...

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Every major holiday I take mf GF and daughter riding in the mountains near my house on my XR650L. Everything was beautiful and mellow till we came to a fallen tree and I had to bust my a$$ to get over, under and thru the thing. :awww: To close to home to turn around so I just went for it while my family hung out and enjoyed the good weather... :thumbsup: It was a nice relaxing day...

My GF and daughter looking into the green beauty of Hawaii's deep mountains...

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Already thru most of the tree. 6 overs and 2 unders... :lol:Good thing the XR650L is light!!

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No real boots or knee protection makes me real cautious...

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Only 2 more to go... :lol:

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A nice little Husky 334T chain saw (7.5 lbs) should be mounted on your front fender. :thumbsup:

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A nice little Husky 334T chain saw (7.5 lbs) should be mounted on your front fender. :thumbsup:

7.5 lbs.???? Heck no. The last thing I'd wanna do is throw off the ultra light handling of this bike... :awww:

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