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    Looks like those tires hook up pretty well...

    This bike would be much better suited to Whipsaw, maybe we can get a few guys and a chase truck out this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-Roc View Post
    Looks like those tires hook up pretty well...

    This bike would be much better suited to Whipsaw, maybe we can get a few guys and a chase truck out this year.
    good call...lol. That vid was awesome. He was cleaning muck out of his phone a day later still. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-Roc View Post
    Looks like those tires hook up pretty well...

    This bike would be much better suited to Whipsaw, maybe we can get a few guys and a chase truck out this year.
    I've wanted to run the whipsaw on a bike but mine isn't ready for that but I do also want to run the whipsaw this year with my 2011 f350. Prob make for a solid chase truck.

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    you guys and your "chase trucks" a real man would do it un aided

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    Totally, whipsaw would be about a 2-3 hour trip on a bike. :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody1771 View Post
    you guys and your "chase trucks" a real man would do it un aided
    I'm lazy (see signature) and don't like packing gear on the bike. But i guess we could make a day trip out of it... I feel that it would be more fun to poke along and camp out though, and ya, having someone to carry my bag and food would be swell!

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    I know a great base camp near the whipsaw
    i usally leave my camping gear at a certain place then run the trail
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poopy View Post
    Haha sweet, where is that trail? Looks kinda like vedder, but not really, and it looks fairly fresh.
    this trail is Boyds Pit In Sooke. it's an old trail. just that one part that is mucky, the rest is a fun trail.

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    Been looking for a cheap and easy (and waterproof) to mount my phone to my bars. found this and ordered it, $28 to my door. good and cheap. will update photos of the actuall bike when I get the mount.


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    got my fuel can securly mounted

    Untitled by Cody Mac, on Flickr

    also got my phone case mounted. pretty nice unit for $18

    Untitled by Cody Mac, on Flickr

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