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A little early for me to commit for sure but I'm pretty sure I'll be there. It's at the end of June.

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I guess my 3.5 hr drive seems pretty minor?

 

Drive or ride? :ride:

 

So, that begs the question: in ADVdom, at what distance is trailering acceptable, where you man-card remains intact? :D

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Drive or ride? :ride:

 

So, that begs the question: in ADVdom, at what distance is trailering acceptable, where you man-card remains intact? :D

Isnt the standard excuse is "Don't want to wear out my TKC80 before I got here"?

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I have no problem with riding, I just don't have my luggage sorted out yet. If I ride, I will stay in a nearby hotel. But I don't want to miss any of the action. If I bring this

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Then I have a place to sleep then I can also bring the Bellini machine.

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But if you see me in the highway, try to keep up

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We have been camped and riding for almost a week now for spring break!

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Less than 2 hrs from Vancouver is the start of an abandon railroad the only the trails still exist called the Kettle valley railway. We often camp along this route and ATV or dirt bike from one area to another. Yesterday we explored a close copper mine that you can ride into. I took the new Ktm 2 km into the mine and came out another entrance.

We spend a lot of time in the area as it is close to home. We are really fortunate to have lots of old forest service roads leading to great places to explore so close to home.

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Less than 2 hrs from Vancouver is the start of an abandon railroad the only the trails still exist called the Kettle valley railway. We often camp along this route and ATV or dirt bike from one area to another. Yesterday we explored a close copper mine that you can ride into. I took the new Ktm 2 km into the mine and came out another entrance.

We spend a lot of time in the area as it is close to home. We are really fortunate to have lots of old forest service roads leading to great places to explore so close to home.

 

GoPro? :)

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Sorry I dropped off, back to work. I went home Saturday and did a local riding club ride on Sunday in the pouring rain. I don't have a go pro. I have no problem bringing some tires down to the ride,mx1 is close to my office.

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