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    Default CDA's Wheeling Adventure

    I put together a small wheeling trip last weekend for a few ENH members. We drove a class VI road by my house and then headed out caught brunch in keene then we went to LMFT and 2 trails there. We finished everything off with dinner at Koto in Keene. It was a full day of wheeling and everyone had a great time!

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    Great pics. Thanks for sharing.
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    Wow, those trails look amazing too! Thanks for posting those up!
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    So this road has finally been run! Wish I was there but I had to work. Can't wait to hear more details and see more pics of this trip.
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    Looks like a great trip.I would love to go out with you guys next time!

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    Nice job navigating the Class VI and great pictures. Hope to hook up with someone to run that road. Looks like fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Racer38 View Post
    Nice job navigating the Class VI and great pictures. Hope to hook up with someone to run that road. Looks like fun.
    I look forward to running this again, hope to see you there to!

    Here are some screenshots from my windshield mounted camera. Video is in the process of uploading, will post it shortly. Photos are in order as we drive up the road.



















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    Quote Originally Posted by mb523 View Post
    I look forward to running this again, hope to see you there to!

    Here are some screenshots from my windshield mounted camera. Video is in the process of uploading, will post it shortly. Photos are in order as we drive up the road.



    When I first discovered this road, that large rock on the right wasn't there. It was just a giant hole. I figured that and the undercut ledge would be the most difficult parts of the road.

    Is the bridge still out at the top of the hill?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bigshot View Post
    When I first discovered this road, that large rock on the right wasn't there. It was just a giant hole. I figured that and the undercut ledge would be the most difficult parts of the road.

    Is the bridge still out at the top of the hill?

    We didn't check the bridge, turned around and went back down to do some recovery. Turned around as soon as the road turned smooth.

    video, bottom to top (from right after the logs after the stream) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYrR...ature=youtu.be

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb523 View Post
    We didn't check the bridge, turned around and went back down to do some recovery. Turned around as soon as the road turned smooth.

    video, bottom to top (from right after the logs after the stream) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYrR...ature=youtu.be

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    That was very impressive! Doing it with minimal spotting, no carnage and hardly a scrape or bang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bigshot View Post
    When I first discovered this road, that large rock on the right wasn't there. It was just a giant hole. I figured that and the undercut ledge would be the most difficult parts of the road.

    Is the bridge still out at the top of the hill?
    Nice video and that road looks like a good time. I'd like to get out there sometime and and give it a run
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    Great video and pictures, looks like an awesome day to be out.

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    Looks like a good day out!
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    Very nice. Looks like that trail has changed a good bit. It was a YJ only trail before and i wouldn't of taken the XJ on it. But now it looks promising.
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