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As the bike is all serviced and new tires and gloves .

A Sunday lap of the forest was on the cards the bike is the best it's ever been and the forest Is in good shape with a mild day temp of 27deg

Took on all the old harder tracks ending up with s few hours of ecxelent riding here are a few pics 

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looks like agood place to ride... no mud....



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27 degrees sounds good to me!

I see you are rocking the desert MotoZ tyre, any good?

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peteBLUEttr wrote:

27 degrees sounds good to me!

I see you are rocking the desert MotoZ tyre, any good?


 Very happy with it  so far its lookig like it may be the best tire ive tried  only neg is its built so tough its difficult  to fit and very loud on sealed roads 

I will be buying another one for sure 



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Just run 4mm UHD tubes and have the shop fit it

you'll never get a flat with a little luck

never had a flat on my 606's with UHD's

 

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I use hd tubes and fit my tires myself . It would be easier to have them fitted but in my 250000 ks of riding ive had two flats and one was a pinched tude straight after i had the shop fit the tire . I like to know its done my way and if it goes wrong its only me to blame .

But the motoz may just change my mind biggrin



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