To pick on you for a moment, and to create a spark or two, am I to assume that you are willing to follow me at, let's say, *1/2 the speed you'd like to be running, through the twisties all day till you find "wie open straight trails or lakes" to pass on? Will you describe a wide open trail? The groomed trails in our neck of the woods are only about 8' - 10' wide in a lot of areas. Even if they were straight and flat, would you feel safe passing me, a person you've never met? What would you do if you went to pass me and I sped up? Would you have the same standards for passing at night that you would during the day? How about the situation where I *let you pass fine, but you can't get around the guy I'm running with because he thinks you're me, and he's used to messing with me? (Happened to me this weekend. He finally pulled over for a break after about 15 minutes of hard running, our partners pulled over a second later as I was introducing myself. His driving standards, and mine, were never compromised. He thought I was going to be mad. I was having too much fun just following. What a blast! 2 new friends, finished our day out with them.) *
AL, 350 miles this weekend, 270 of them Sat. - all trail
'07 Apex RTX w/Pro X suspension conversion, Fox Floats w/resi's, Doo extro drivers, Cobra track, Dual Ryde FX rear clickers, .375 Edge torsion springs, HyGear Dual rate front skid springs, SLP anti-stab kit, Powermadd handguards/mirrors, 2" Rox riser, shimmed Poo skis w/custom (homemade) ski savers, Black chrome W/S, Graphics by Arctic FX, and a grin every time I think about it! New Project: 600HO Fusion bump sled, Air 2.0 w/hi/low valves, HRM spindles, Retro graphics, .359 torsion springs.