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There are a few riders here out West. I am usually ridding in the Sierra Nevada region of California. Steep rocky terrain in the summer/fall and good snow in the spring at the higher elevations.
 

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I ride all over south central and interior Alaska, desn't seem to be to many on this forum from my neck of the woods.
 

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hey poker flat rider. do you do most of your riding in one general area or do you travel around. i also hail from the big tomato. just finished a ride up off iron mt road. it got cold quick up there. a question posted elsewhere asked about first mods and all the mudders said tires first. i mentioned the skid plates. the sierra nevada is an unforgiving place and plastic doesn't cut it up here. interested to see where you ride.
 

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i got to go to sedona. looks like a cool place to ride. except in the summer!! LOL
Sedona is Great in the Summer

It's the Valley that gets warm it not as bad as you might
think plus most of the trails you have to yourself.
 

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i got to go to sedona. looks like a cool place to ride. except in the summer!! LOL
Sedona is Great in the Summer

It's the Valley that gets warm it not as bad as you might
think plus most of the trails you have to yourself.[/quote]

Could not have said it better myself.
 

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to be honest, every one of you guys from AZ. that i have met think that 110 is mild. got a friend in yuma and he doesn't break a sweat until it's over a hundred.
 

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to be honest, every one of you guys from AZ. that i have met think that 110 is mild. got a friend in yuma and he doesn't break a sweat until it's over a hundred.
It did not happen overnight I grew up in Minnesota and after
the fourth year out here when it hits 60° I'm looking for A
sweatshirt
 

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to be honest, every one of you guys from AZ. that i have met think that 110 is mild. got a friend in yuma and he doesn't break a sweat until it's over a hundred.
It did not happen overnight I grew up in Minnesota and after
the fourth year out here when it hits 60° I'm looking for A
sweatshirt [/quote] The heat is something you don't get use
to, you just adapt. When out here for a while you will lose a layer
of fat, right under the skin.
 
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