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Old 06-21-2010, 06:29 PM   #1
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The first time I have boondocked and took the motorcycle. Felt like a spoiled brat. Very comfy!

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Old 06-21-2010, 06:35 PM   #2
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And now you are spoiled and can never go back to the way it was!

Welcome to the club.

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Old 06-21-2010, 06:36 PM   #3
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Looks like fun! Can't wait to do the same.
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I'll be doin the same

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Yep, SMBs and dirtbikes are a great combination.

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Nice! You even have an ice chest for your firewood too!
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Yep, SMBs and dirtbikes are a great combination.

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Ditto.

For the combo, we really enjoy the following trails in the winters: Anza Borrego, and ocotillo area. And in the summers, Big Bear/ Arrowhead area, Piute Mountains near Lake Isabella and various trails along the 395 near mammoth lakes, Mono lake area..

Nothing better then being able to ride the trails around and rest up at secluded Camp Sporto and then do it all again the next day.

Having a dualsport(street legal and not just green stickered) lets you also scope out more awesome camp sites too.
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Nice! You even have an ice chest for your firewood too!

Old cooler makes for a good multipurpose tool. Motorcycle stand, step, seat, firewood box, the list goes on and on.
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Yep, SMBs and dirtbikes are a great combination.

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Ditto.

For the combo, we really enjoy the following trails in the winters: Anza Borrego, and ocotillo area. And in the summers, Big Bear/ Arrowhead area, Piute Mountains near Lake Isabella and various trails along the 395 near mammoth lakes, Mono lake area..

Sounds likes you live close. I am seeing a SMB dualsporting weekend in the future.
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