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Rob
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Vaughan
No clue, only comment I saw was that it was on display at Moto GP in Yamaha tent,
 

jqueen

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Denton, TX
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Justin
Regarding dirt worthiness it looks like another poser bike to me. Just say no.
I think maybe we have the terminology backwards for this kind of stuff. We all know somebody like David Knight or Jeff Emig could ride a bike like this in much more serious terrain than we could right?

Doesn't that make the latest high-tech, lightweight dirt bike the poser bike, and bikes like this are for the hardcore guys?


Just thinking out loud..
 
Joined
Feb 26, 2007
Messages
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Location
New Braunfels
If I was trail riding I would prefer something more like my Avatar, yet I think a heavy solid, lower seat height scrambler, like the Yamaha has it's place. Jeep trails call for something more like a scrambler rather than a trail bike, IMHO.

Phil
 
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