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Moab video

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I just wathed Mitch's copy of the Moab ride that T.T. put on. It certainly looked like you guys had a ball, the scenery was fantastic, in some places I was expecting to see a silver Delorean being chased by a tribe of Indians. As far as the terrain went I'd thought I'd seen it all before but I couldn't get over the amount of rock slab you guys rode on I think I'd be better off on a trials bike with long range tanks! It was the next best thing to being there. Thanks guys you've inspired me to make my own video to perhaps show you blokes where and how we ride down-under.

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Splint,

Go for it. I have seen some riding videos recorded in Oz. Looks like you guys have lots of sand and Eucalyptis trees. The vid also showed a 4-stroke race and guys were riding XR's and KLX's against the blue beast.

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Hey Bill,

That must have been an old video... Now-a-days, we are surrounded by a sea of Orange. Those darn slow orange things just get in the way all the time. We have started using them are ramps or berms, but are getting blood and oil all over our bike... :)

Mitch

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