Old 10-10-07, 06:55 AM
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Jamshedk
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Ahh I have seen people pick up the rear end going over obstacles, Im learning to do that on level or downhill trails but I have a REALLY tough time when Im climbing and I have to roll over a 8-10 inch log, I just can not pull up the rear end properly, thx though!
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