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Went for a winter burn out to some tracks in Neerim South Vic the other day with a mate on his TTR600. 

Not too wet, but a few puddles lying around, but the soil is more Sandy and not as much clay as our usual haunt at Bunyip.

A couple of tracks closed for winter, but many still open and very rideable. Many of the tracks at Bunyip have been closed for winter and quite a few still closed from the fires.

All in all a good day with about 5hrs riding and 95km over varying tracks from gravel roads to single track and everything in between.

Very short vid. Disregard the date and time, forgot to set it on the camera.



-- Edited by Base on Friday 9th of August 2019 10:35:52 AM



-- Edited by Base on Friday 9th of August 2019 10:36:24 AM

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Looks like a good ride not much dust and green good ttr stuff 

I'm waiting on my son to drive home after work today (2 hour drive)  and I'm  taking him out tomorrow. 

It's been a mild winter up my way mid to high 20deg and a lot of dust.  Looks like its a bit cool and damp down your way at the moment 

 



-- Edited by ttboof on Friday 9th of August 2019 10:25:22 PM

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Nope, little  to no dust down our way, plenty of rain in the last few weeks. Although it was  a mostly fine day, with even a bit of sun, it was pretty cold.

Think it got to warm top of 12 that day. Got warm enough doing the tigher stuff.

Longer video, final track of the day.



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Nice! The TTR does make you sweat in the tight stuff.



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