Too few pix of a fabulous ride.
This looked like a firm bottom, like several prior muddy spots - so a Trained Circus Bear can go faster.
Fishtailing can be used by a Trained Circus Bear to perform precise acrobatics - observe the talented placement of his bike during it's first woods ride...
It takes years of practice to do this. He's so confident that he'll miss large boulders that there really is no need for case savers, skid plates, etc. The front wheel was still spining after he got up from a somersault a few feet to the right.
The landing was about where he's standing. Amazing what happens when the bike twists itself to add more throttle after you've added more throttle to keep the front up over a soft bottom.
Perspective & scale. Again, talent stops him before another obsticle - wire mattress frame in front of the bike.
Yup, there's a radiator that didn't get hit behind that peeled back fairing. Thankful we could ride out & plastic was the only sacrifice this ride.
Spinning wheel added for effect. What a way to introduce the city bike to the forest. It was fun reviewing the track that led to this parking spot.
Maybe the bike just wanted to wheelie?
Good times - on 50/50 tires for both of us. We're in dry conditions so it works ok. Note to self - restock trunk w/depends.
Noting a little chinese can't fix. Thanks for the trunk Canuman! Actually it was a bit more than a little - them's the leftovers. My only casualty was a bent footpeg & barkbuster. Let's do this again (bring duct tape)!