Thanks for the replies, Mike and I had a lot of fun and about an hour of serious work getting my rig turned around before the sun went down. The danger of doing things like this ride is that they can go wrong in a heart beat, no cell service, a serious break down, getting dark, injured or working up a sweat and then getting cold, can really mess up your day. So having simple tools, spares like a clutch cable, a FULL set of throttle cables, spark plugs and something like a Massdam Rope Puller are a MUST when your pushing the envelope.
No matter where you live there are fun things to do, I too have gotten stuck in mud, sand, rocks, hung up on logs or simply caught in traffic, well getting caught in traffic ain't that much fun its better then just sitting on the couch listening to the clock tick you life away. So get out there and DO IT and then share it with the rest of the Uralista family.
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