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Yesterday 06:06 AM
Brent701 Few pics from my first ride on my raptor. Also was my first time ever on sand.
12-08-2019 06:29 PM
savage24x AOAA



12-06-2019 01:01 PM
TorchTarga94
10-05-2019 01:08 PM
Jodiesel Other pics
10-05-2019 01:01 PM
Jodiesel We went to Dumont Dunes outside of Baker, California for the first time last weekend. It was still pretty warm (mid 90's) in the desert, so we pretty much had the entire dunes to ourselves. It was awesome. Took the first day to train up the kids on how to safely climb the dunes and the 2nd day it was full throttle all day. The pics don't do justice on the size or steepness of the dunes. The one pic is of the family at the bottom of the dune where my tire is on the tip. I would not come here on a holiday weekend though, the pics I saw were slammed with people. The parking/camping area is huge, looks like a dry lakebed. It's also soft, so if pulling an RV 4wd is highly recommended.
10-02-2019 02:38 AM
BlackSupra Yeah. If you think of fuel consumption then you end up burning calories and building muscle mass
10-01-2019 09:11 PM
morphrider Supra, that type of conditions shows momentum is your friend, lol. Perfect way to end the video.
10-01-2019 01:23 PM
Yamil Xiscatti [quote=BlackSupra;3453659]
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Tilt your camera up a bit.
Yes, you are right I didnt realize the camera was was a little downloking until I arrive home.
10-01-2019 12:27 PM
BlackSupra [QUOTE=Yamil Xiscatti;3453631]

Tilt your camera up a bit.
10-01-2019 12:24 PM
BlackSupra And the video. Its short but interesting

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