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Lildaisygrl18

pics from 8-16-08 ridin

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Yeah since its illegal to ride ne where around here we have a very limited area to ride, we have an old railrod bed, some snowmobile trails and a small sandpit. Also have a few wooded trails. But its still plenty enough to tear it up and have a blast. :yes:

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sweet pics!! looks like a blast... how are you liking your razr's... im running them on my warrior and banshee and i love them...

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