Post your XL offroad photos

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Okay, I submitted my first photo to the wrong thread. Yeah I'm a newbie.
Post photos of your XL dual-sports getting down and dirty...
Woods ride last Sunday in Tennessee.

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Hmmm,completly useless offroad but that never stopped me :rolleyes:


My local lane.Used to do it ok but now the 4x4 boys dug a few holes which are too deep for my GSA :huh:








bit overgrown :D





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Strata Florida,Wales,UK








My mate helping me to pick up my bike and checking out the next "puddle" :rolleyes:










5 min detour he said :rolleyes: took us 3hours of pain












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Tauerntreffen,Austria,Jan 2014











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I ripped a bicep tendon off the bone on Nov 1st, playing superman at a local mud run. So, I've been off the bike for 10 weeks healing from surgery. Today I got a short run in for lunch. Baby steps! I can't ride any real off-road yet, but man, it felt good just being on the bike. My pic isn't anything special, but it sure feels special to me! I've been dying to ride for months. 4-6 more weeks and the training wheels are off!




Look, I found a free Touratech kickstand foot, right where I parked! :P





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