don't like winny flat landers Love the mountains/beach being out side.

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May 4, 2018 at 8:03
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@nikoniko: lol Yeah and I Live with Family my One Bike and My Girlfriends bike Take up some space lol but we got a vertical wall stand works well..

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May 3, 2018 at 17:23
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@nikoniko: Yes and Only Having One Bike Riding all aspects of Mountain biking could Have Been Giving Her a Much Needed Rest If I had a Back Up Bike.. I Plan to Have at Least 2 In the future, a full sus and Hardtail would be awesome..

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May 2, 2018 at 8:23
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lol yeah a Bit over kill for normal rides but it did help me climb a ridge I Normal would have my bike on my back..

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May 2, 2018 at 7:44
May 2, 2018
Yeah I was thinking the Same it weird Place to crack and Possibly lots of steep High speed fire roads her In socal Iv Slamed on my Brakes a few times to avoid supersizes. but I Really do not Know there are also Smaller cracks in the droop outs... Iv been hitting jumps but nothing huge also there is a Trail you can air out of Berms that and Hopping around on the rear wheel Learning Pedal kicks..

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Apr 27, 2018 at 13:38
Apr 27, 2018
10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
@kickstand1: Thank you some good Tips and Yes he can be a Bugger his Main distraction is squirrels lol I will Defiantly look into a GPS Collar thank you I did not even think of that and Yes even if they Respond well most of the time Never let your Guard down with any Dog But for sure with Huskies lol very Independent and smart Breed..
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Nov 29, 2017 at 11:32
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10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
@kickstand1: I Know this is an Old Post. but I recently adopted a Siberian Husky, Iv been working with Him Basic stuff on walks and Hikes mostly I'm establishing a Bond as I Know that is the Foundation of Companionship with a dog. but On the Obedience side of things Iv been working on a good call back with a Long Training Leash I can Get him to sit and stay until I say Come, he is getting good at that. I also Take Him on Long Hikes some times having him Heal beside me then I will Put his Training Leash on and tell Him to go ahead, I will let Him walk ahead and then Randomly call Him back and Reward Him when he dose so. iv taken him on some short Rides with my Hands Free Leash so he has gotten used to the Bike and I have Just started to take Him bikejoring I got one of toughs bike antennas so he can run out front on single Track and It is Funn for the Both of us for now But i would Like to Eventually Trust Him off Lead on some Trails.. so do you have any further advice/tips? that would be Nice thank you.
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