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Anyone here actually plan on taking your T7 offroad?

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CGras
6 hours ago, qInvention said:

let's say "we officially can't" 😇

 

Yes, something like this would be unthinkable. 😇

 

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T7-Dave

I got mine knowing that my days of real off-road are gone. I only planned on doing light trails and logging roads with some stairs and pathways for extra fun. It handles basic off roading really well but for an average rider, it's a little tall and heavy. This is a shot from my last ride up in the mountains. This is about half way up, before we got to the muddy potholes.

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Rider 101

No more single track or hard core for me. There are plenty of forest and national park tracks here in Oz to keep me amused. I don't mind slabbing on tar to get home after two days.

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Fulvio

Ciao io portata e si comporta bene se vuoi vedere il video vai su YouTube e scrivi buzzo70 e sono i miei video ciao

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Stephen H

We did and great fun was had.

 

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TennesseeTenere
On 6/19/2020 at 1:01 AM, Subsea said:

Going to run the Trans America Trail on mine.

My plan as well.  

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gtimko1012
On 6/18/2020 at 9:21 PM, whisperquiet said:

I am going to ride the really tough trails to

 

 

 

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I don't know if a T700 is cut out for this type of Adventure!

 

I would "play it safe" and go with a proven commodity like a BMW GSA!!     I've seen plenty make it back and forth from the hinterlands known as Starbucks!!

 

 

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