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New wildlife clearing. Old Still Trail.Sleep Creek near Shanghai, West Virginia

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New wildlife clearing. Old Still Trail.Sleep Creek near Shanghai, West Virginia

Looks like it was a fun place to ride!!
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New rox risers (2")and rental fatbar Rc high bend.

new front and rear sprocket 15f. 47r 

new o ring chain

im 6'0 and this bar setup is perfect for standing 

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New rox risers (2")and rental fatbar Rc high bend.
new front and rear sprocket 15f. 47r 
new o ring chain
im 6'0 and this bar setup is perfect for standing 
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I've got the stock bars with these risers. But I'm 6'4 and its still a bit short. How much more rise do those bars give and do the cables and everything reach fine?

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IMG_3232.JPGI figure I've gained about 4" from stock setup.

i had to reroute the throttle cable as you can see in the photo

the clutch and front brake line is at the max . Any higher and I would need longer lines

i also changed the location of the ignition

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IMG_3232.JPGI figure I've gained about 4" from stock setup.
i had to reroute the throttle cable as you can see in the photo
the clutch and front brake line is at the max . Any higher and I would need longer lines
i also changed the location of the ignition

I think I might have to go for those!
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IMG_2645.JPGSouthern gulf islands , British Columbia 

 

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Sup  guys!

Cleaning out some stuff from last year, and came across these from my last good ride of 2016 at Wellsville Ohio - hope ya enjoy!

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Snow storm in eastern panhadle of West Virginia dumped 8" Tuesday. Thursday thawing fast.

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Nice. Reminds me of a visit to a friend's house in Westfir a while back. Beautiful area. We ate a lot of berries and filberts.

your bike always looks to me like it has two rocket boosters back there :-)

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Was visiting central FL during bike week so I brought my drz:)

Here's a picture from Flagler beach.

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Nice. Reminds me of a visit to a friend's house in Westfir a while back. Beautiful area. We ate a lot of berries and filberts.
your bike always looks to me like it has two rocket boosters back there :-)

The roads out of Westfir are amazing. I've ridden the Aufderheide hundreds of times on my sportbikes. Up the other way past Hills Creek Reservoir are great DS rides over the mountains 3 directions.

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