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Ontario lakeside
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# Posted: 15 Aug 2018 23:49
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Hey all. I thought I would share our summer project, we are working at improving access to the back of our property and have made a video about creating new trail. My son had a lot of fun working on the trail and the video. Please have a look and let him know what you think in the comments.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE0hpYEpQZY&t=2s

creeky
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# Posted: 16 Aug 2018 14:31
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Looks good Ontario. I had a buddy who built mountain biking trails in B.C.

With slopes and erosion: He was a big fan of zig zagging. Your washboard road to manage erosion looks good. Spring will tell.

When are you getting an electric trail bike? smile.

LoonWhisperer
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# Posted: 16 Aug 2018 20:38
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Nice job! Very similar to the terrain here in Haliburton. Once I can find someone to locate our rear survey bars I plan to do the same for walking and the SxS. Thanks for sharing.

Ontario lakeside
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# Posted: 16 Aug 2018 23:27
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Thanks

I would LOVE a electric bike!

DaveBell
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# Posted: 17 Aug 2018 06:47
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I used to ride moto-cross in high school.
1. The engine on that Honda 80R doesn't look original. Check out the 80R pictures on the internet.
2. Looking at the video, the boy's butt is touching the rear fender. And look at his leg position. That bike is too small for his size and appears under-powered.
3. I think he is past ready for a 250.

Ontario lakeside
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# Posted: 17 Aug 2018 09:07
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Good eye Dave

It is a beater that we built when he was small. He has a 250 that he rides but we thought it would be fun to bring this one across to hack around with. The idea was to let him ride the new trails to establish them as walking trails. A fun tool for the purpose.

bobrok
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# Posted: 17 Aug 2018 12:23
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Super cool editing on this vid! 👍

Ontario lakeside
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# Posted: 18 Aug 2018 17:59
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Thanks bobrok

My son did most of the work on this one. He will be happy that you enjoyed it.

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