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Nice, I sold a TTR 225 about 2 years ago and want another Dirt Bike. That will be my next big purchase again. But it looks good, get some paddles and make it out to Glamis.





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I've ridden dirt since I was a kid and street most of my adult life off and on.


The nice part about dirt is that you are limited only by your skills and bike. There are no speed limits and getting both wheels good and properly airborne is a thrill that only jumping out of airplanes can beat (at least for me).
 

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I'm a semi fast rider and really dont care much for Apex. I've broken a wrist and severely dislocated a shoulder the last 2 times I went out there. Those rocks right in the middle of the trail that sneak up on you at 40mph are a real ***.


I like Jean for just puttering around and Gold Butte has incredible trail rides, literally hundreds of miles with hill climbs old gold mines and a big jump area hidden in one spot for when I went to get some real air going on.


Another favorite is Logandale...great riding out there also but most of my trips are weekenders with the camper in tow.
 
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