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    A Reven caught in the wilds of SW utah

    Good times in SW utah with 3 colorado made bikes and 2 fantastically fun front rangers...
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    nice pics. I'll bet it's nice there this time of year.
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    Damn that looks fun! Great pics!

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    I was supposed to be there this past Wednesday til today. Broke my clavicle Sunday in the springs. Looks like fun might have to get there this fall!

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    Looks lie rev is loving' the new Walt!
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    Right on!

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    That looked like good pics of a good time, STS! Love the craftsmanship on those bikes.

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    I have some business there in the fall. Might have to bring my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenbikesnob View Post
    I have some business there in the fall. Might have to bring my bike.
    Its stellar riding dare i say better then moab
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monolith77 View Post
    Broke my clavicle Sunday in the springs
    Palmer Park?? Lots of blood has been shed there.

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    Cheyenne mt state park. Victim of the springs pea gravel

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    Yea, that pea gravel can be killer.

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    The Walt Works rocks!

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    Great pictures! Looks like a lot of fun.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerThenSnot View Post
    Its stellar riding dare i say better then moab
    Currently in moab- yes it looks better!

    Reven- nice bike color looks to be close to my blue bike




    great pics Dave!
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