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Game changer for Honda lmao. They need to fire their entire r&d dept

It's not their R&D, it is their corporate leadership that is too conservative to push the limits on dual sport street legality or even offer a 2-stroke.  But it makes you wonder how KTM and Husqvarna can get by with plastic tanks, whereas Honda needs a heavy and expensive metal unit .... and a muffler off of Brodozer.

At least it is a step in the right direction for Honda ... but it needs to lose another 40 lbs of heft to make consumers jump ship back to Honda.
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It's great for Honda.  HAHAHA. 

You can thank Kalifornia for all this shit.  Charcoal canister, air injection, catalytic convertor.  LOL.  Garbage.
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Rides and Where To Ride / Re: 2018 Monkey Butt 100 Thread
« Last post by Trail Ryder on September 19, 2018, 08:01:08 am »
The 2nd hero section on the first loop was not marked well. I saw 1 blue/white arrow and it led out to the road and that was it.

Snitch rode it and had no issues.  With that 500, you were probably travelling at hyper-speed and missed an arrow.
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Game changer for Honda lmao. They need to fire their entire r&d dept
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Rides and Where To Ride / Re: 2018 Monkey Butt 100 Thread
« Last post by redrider911 on September 19, 2018, 07:58:17 am »
The 2nd hero section on the first loop was not marked well. I saw 1 blue/white arrow and it led out to the road and that was it.
The 1st loop was perfect for the Sallys. Long and easy so people felt satisfied just doing that section. The 2nd loop for the real riders had more difficult trails with less road breaks to make those riders happy. Good balance
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Rides and Where To Ride / Re: 2018 Monkey Butt 100 Thread
« Last post by Trail Ryder on September 18, 2018, 09:22:14 pm »
OK, here is some of the details:

Loop 1
- 66 miles total without the 2 hero sections
- 14 trail sections (not including the 2 hero sections)
- Optional road ride to the gas station
- Snack Stop at Swift's Landing Park
- I did one of the hero sections and finished with 69.7 miles on my odometer

Loop 2
- 34 miles total without the 4 hero sections
- 7 trail sections (not including the 4 hero sections)
- One trail section was over 12 miles long

- Plenty of Resets
- Well arrowed
- Fairly accurate route sheet
- Chicken BBQ the night before
- $8 food credit with entry, good with the fire department
- Plenty of door prizes

Did I miss anything?

- Some guys finished with over 109 miles on their odometer
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Pictures and Video / Re: New trails
« Last post by Brenden on September 18, 2018, 05:05:04 pm »
35 acres I think.  Maybe half of it I use.
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Pictures and Video / Re: New trails
« Last post by Rumble on September 17, 2018, 11:15:45 pm »
Trails look great!  How much land does your Dad have?
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Pictures and Video / New trails
« Last post by Brenden on September 17, 2018, 07:47:44 pm »
As most of you probably know, "The Farm" is no longer in the family.  So, for the past 2 years I have been working on building up some trails at my dads property.  Its smaller, flatter, and has lousy dirt, but i have been having an absolute blast making the trails there.  Lack of terrain has forced me to be more creative. Also, my dad has a good sized 4wd tractor with a bucket and backhoe, which enables me to make things that I couldn't before.  This video is of the sweetest trail section I've made.  Its on the lone hillside, which was pure rose bushes prior to me attacking it with the tractor.  As you can see, I have moved alot of other materials there as well. ;D  There is also a flat woods section that I have some single track in, and a more open "turns track", but they aren't particularly exciting on video.

https://youtu.be/OMSXHFbYh7o
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