The big jump track looked closed and overgrown, but the regular ds track looked in great condition. Caution, mojo classic content! I found rolling everything to be faster, maybe I just needed to go bigger.
A little stoke from my day off today at Reveille Peak Ranch in Burnet, TX; such a fun local destination. Think of Gooseberry Mesa, but with much more climbing, mix in some shaded technical singletrack with intermixed granite features and a little bit of Super D action. Great fun!
I was out on a solo ride today, and another rider snapped a photo for me after fixing his flat tire.
Finally browsed through this thread. Man, you guys sure aren't taken it easy on those HDs.... which confirms what I suspected: This is a great all-around bike that can sprint with much smaller bikes and huck with much bigger ones. Glad to see it gettin' put through its paces and (apparently) holding up.
The fact that there's so many pics/vids from Super D and Enduro events also confirms what I suspected: This is the ultimate weapon for that kind of racing.