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In Re ADV Bikes Being Too Heavy for Real Off-Roading…

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It’s a poor workman who blames his tools, and similarly it’s a poor motorcyclist who blames his adventure bike for not getting through the tough terrain.

For every reader that’s shown up in our comments section, sullying the good name of ADV bikes around the globe…we’ll just leave this here for you.

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Source: Motorcycle Adventure Dirtbike TV

Jensen Beeler

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