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    Highline Trail - 4th of July 2015

    We had a great ride, putting 170 miles on the clock, with 110 of that on the highline trail. My Dad (67) rode his KTM 625 with almost a full 7 gallon tank. He's an Iron Man. If you haven't done the ride you have no idea how challenging it can be, especially on a big bike like that. It's really rough in places.

    We started in Fish Haven and rode to Soda Springs, then took the slab back. I ran out of gas at 100 miles and had to fill some water bottles from my Dad's tank. We ran out of water at that point too. Epic ride!





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    That's the way to do it!
    KTM 625 SXC

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    One more from the ride. @fortycal and I will be riding this area tomorrow.



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    Awesome acca.
    I rode with you and your father once down at nelson hills right after you got your 390 I believe. That was a pretty tough trail as well.
    Your lucky you can do this with pops.
    If you want to ride let's ride and if you want an attitude well we just need to do some more ridding.
    Life is good and life is fare.

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