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Its a GREAT place to ride. Its in Boulder City NV. Just outside of Las Vegas. Thanks Monica!

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We have mountains all around us. Not real sure which ones you can ride in. Alot of area around Las Vegas is not open to riding.

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Hey! I have those gloves too! But, I wore them like two races and they ripped already!!!!!!

We might race supercross this weekend :) I'm so psyched to be out there jumping again!!! There's nothing like catching air!

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Hey! I have those gloves too! But, I wore them like two races and they ripped already!!!!!!

We might race supercross this weekend :) I'm so psyched to be out there jumping again!!! There's nothing like catching air!

I like catching air too, although it's just a teeny tiny bit in the Rhino! Doesn't jump very well! Need a long arm travel kit! Anyone wanna buy me a set? They're only like a few grand! :biggrin:

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yes I now own 5 pairs of gloves, but, I have a hard time finding ones that really fit me good, cause I'm a bigger boned girl...my hands fit into like a man's medium glove, which compared to womens is like an xlarge, which no company makes.

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