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hillclimb highlights & reverse bike chase (crash) - May 10, 2014, 01:51 PM

I figured there was a 50/50 chance of this happening once I climbed down for a better shot.



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Lol its not that dangerous.


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May 12, 2014, 08:23 AM

Is everyone on big bores? I probably ask the same stupid questions whenever you post these things up. Weird that Adam of all people thinks these look crazy...

I wish I could remember where all the difficult hill climbs I've been on were located. I know there were some much closer (including a decent one at taskers, but it was not an official trail) but I have the worst memory. I remember one in particular that was all rocks and really required smart line choices but didn't require a buttload of torque, more of a finesse hill. I just can't remember where it was.
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Only two of us were on open bikes. The other bikes were 250 / 300 2t and 450 4t. My buddy on the 300sx made all the climbs the open bikes did, it just took more trys on some hills (and him wringing it's neck)

If you run a knobby you need to be on a big bore to make a lot of the hills. Paddles equalize the power gap somewhat.


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Weird that Adam of all people thinks these look crazy...
LOL yeah my pride says "let's do this!" my shoulder says otherwise. I know what can happen on one at the very top when your bike says GET THE FUCK OFF ME! and flings your ass to the bottom then lands on you. All I kept saying the whole video was wow, nope, nope, nope, wow, nope nope nope!
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I want to do this. Maybe next year when I retire the 300 from racing. I loved hill climbs in my Ramcharger. Its all about HP and putting it down. Such a rush!


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