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    Moab fun isn't just for bikes

    Those of you who are familiar with Genshammer knows he likes fun on four wheels just as much as being on two wheels. Earlier this month Kurt hooked up with a group of dedicated off-roadies and attended the annual Cruise Moab event. Blend in a little dirt, a little sand, and lots of happy 4-wheelin' people from all over the country congregating in one of the most scenic places in the U.S. and the recipe turns out some great stories.

    Click on the link to read about Kurt's experience at Cruise Moab this year. Enjoy!

    Cruise Moab 2008 - The Premier Land Cruiser Event




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    Holy crap!

    Quote Originally Posted by bustamove
    That last shot is nuts! Did he get out of it on his own, or did he need some winch action?

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    I've always been quite impressed with the skills of the Red Rock 4-Wheelers. I've seen some of them do some scaaaary maneuvers!

    Re: same thread elsewhere. Bike recreation in Moab really has to thank motorized recreation for their historical contributions. Jeeps and motos paved the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot
    That last shot is nuts! Did he get out of it on his own, or did he need some winch action?
    looks like he's going downhill in that pic, and the guys holding the strap are providing just the needed weight on the rear end to prevent him from flipping over the front end. Been in a spot like that, that's all.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by djspookman
    looks like he's going downhill in that pic, and the guys holding the strap are providing just the needed weight on the rear end to prevent him from flipping over the front end. Been in a spot like that, that's all.

    Dave
    They should name that the trebuchet maneuver. I want to see the next pic in the sequence where those suckers are airborne.
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