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post #1 of 9 Old 07-01-2016, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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Little Mountain, Sheep Wallow and Forks 4 Wheel Drive trails

Finally able to get out on the KLR today after a few weeks hiatus. Rode Sheep Wallow Mountain, Little Mountain and Forks 4 wheel drive trails.











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Awesome... What type of GPS planner or system is that that leaves tracks?? thanks.. Great area....

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It's called Rever Moto. It's available on Iphone and Android. Also you can log in from a computer. You can track, or go to the website and plan a route to follow before riding.

https://rever.co It's designed by the people from Butler Maps.

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It's called Rever Moto. It's available on Iphone and Android. Also you can log in from a computer. You can track, or go to the website and plan a route to follow before riding.

www.a.rever.co It's designed by the people from Butler Maps.
awesome.. I got it.. Thanks....

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That's got to be the reddest mud I've ever seen. That will be fun to wash off.

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luckily we had 3 river and creek crossings before we finished riding, so it pretty much washed itself off. But it was some thick red muck
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luckily we had 3 river and creek crossings before we finished riding, so it pretty much washed itself off. But it was some thick red muck
And I understand that red Georgia Clay is very abrasive on your bike too...

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It will definitely destroy a chain and sprockets really fast, not to mention it can help brake rotors and pads wore out pretty quick.
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