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New T7 owner in southeast Wyoming.


Once break-in ride is done (medicine bow area), I'll be planning to ride the WY and CO BDRs.

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@MISFIT-WYO Welcome and color me envious.  I watched the launch video of the WYBDR, which is now on my list.  I can't recall if that route touches the Big Horns, but that's another place on my must ride list. Be sure to post lots of pics in Ride Reports, so the rest of us can live vicariously through your travels.


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Welcome @MISFIT-WYO.  I was just in Laramie for a couple weeks on a work trip - unfortunately without my T7.  I did get to fly low-level over the Snowy Range a couple times... and of course I had to pull up the WYBDR tracks on my iPad to see how they looked.  I hope to get up there soon on the T7.  Enjoy!

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Welcome! Wyoming is a great place to ride.


I was raised in Casper and Rawlins and graduated from the University of Wyoming in Laramie a long time ago.


I cut my motorcycle teeth on the Red Desert, Seminoe Reservoir area and the Medicine Bow Mountains. 



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Welcome!  I was in Baggs Wyoming recently and got to ride the Red Desert trail.  You are lucky to be in the vicinity of some awesome riding!

With great horsepower, comes great responsibility .... loss of traction!

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