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I ride Oregon Several Time a Yr....However,,,,its only in the sand......Im not much on Dirt Riding....:laugh:

Maybe one of these Trips up we can all hook up in the Dunes???? Im headed to Spinreel in Aug. and Sept.....

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Try to set a dune trip for the 3rd week in Sept. Me and my girl will be up there.

I will be there Sept. 18-20th...........I HOPE that is the Weekend you Are talking about!!!!

I will be at the Spinreel Campground(Well,,,,,Our SWR property next to it..)

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I am right in the middle of the state in the mountains, east side so all set up for high altitudes and rocky terrain. the dunes are a long way away for me....But if you ever get to the dry side of the state, look me up! raptor is ready, 1 atc110 is ready, the atc90 we are working on still.

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I am right in the middle of the state in the mountains, east side so all set up for high altitudes and rocky terrain. the dunes are a long way away for me....But if you ever get to the dry side of the state, look me up! raptor is ready, 1 atc110 is ready, the atc90 we are working on still.

We'll make a day for your area!

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