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Heres some pic's of out in the desert where i go riding here in Grand Junction, Co. Theres miles and miles of riding out there. Its pretty fun, other then being hot as hell lol

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Yea its tons of fun.. Its all BLM property so you can prety much do what ever you want. Sad thing is the stupid airport is slowly taking it over

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At least its not like the track in Berthoud where people are moving into new houses that were just built right next to the track, and then filing complaints about the dust and noise even though the track has been there for years before them. Stuff like that really burns me up

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thats B.S. people just seem to get more and more arrogant these days. I dont know what the airports deal is here, they just closed off alot of the desert because of them, it stinks, but i guess theres still alot more of it that isnt closed, yet! lol

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Definitely, i wish there was a law against complaining about something that was there before you or something.

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heres for those of you that havent heard of skinny ridge, i know im not trying it anytime soon lol

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2RWU2KN8wE&feature=related]YouTube - ‪SKINNY RIDGE HILL CLIMB (VERT)‬‏[/ame]

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also found a couple videos of the desert here crazy dirtbikers haha

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqC7yDvz4jU]YouTube - ‪Junktown‬‏[/ame]

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8qZsZ_ZMG0&feature=related]YouTube - ‪Junktown 2‬‏[/ame]

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Looks intense.. I dont think i want to try it anytime soon ether lol

how bout you come down here to Junction, and we both show em how its done on a quad! hahaha

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how bout you come down here to Junction, and we both show em how its done on a quad! hahaha

Heck yeah! Only problem is i cant do jumps and stuff like those guys are doing.. yet!

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Maybe.. I would be worried about flipping or something and my 450 coming down like a cannon ball though!

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haha yea, my buddy rolled his 450R down a hill not quite that steep a few weeks ago, didnt do to much damage though just bent the steering stem a bit haha

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