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Fulton County, Illinois Woods riding

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I just returned from West/Central Illinois where I went to do some suspension testing with the Walker Brothers Racing and Bentz Racing RZR's. We changed a lot of different setups around and got all 4 working pretty well. I also learned a lot first hand about Mid-West Woods riding. It is a blast!!!!! It is tight, greasy slick and demands great car control to be able to manuver the tight trail with any kind of speed. The first time up in the woods as a passenger made me a bit anxious because Josh Walker was ripping it up through trails that were made by/for quads and we were in a +4 at about 61". Plus we didn't have the car quite dialed in right and it was my first time in the woods ever.:scared2::scared2::scared2:

Once we finallly finished dialing in the cars we did some play riding. What a blast. I took some video with my phone that I will try to figure out how to get on the site. Not a great video but a taste of what it is about, especially for the us Western Boys. I finally got some wheeltime in the woods at speed. Took to it like a duck to water. I can't wait to get back there and do it again. So now when you Eastern guys tell me you woods ride, I know just what your talking about.:)
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wiling to donate signs if you get that big or need them now.
you know, directional signs, dont be stupid signs, any signs.

keeping to the thread, sorry
send a list. i have state graded reflective if you want that effect. (same stuff as interstate signs) grn/wht, blu/wht,
even have some brown color. stuff is nasty good.

Badlands has a bit of an issue. they use flourescent spray paint. pretty hack. The arrow slats shape looks ok (call that the substrate) but they didnt apply any vinyls on top. 1000 or more? directional arrows to repaint constantly. Most are always color losed or color faded. Fine for an 8 year girl old going 10mph but try 30+ in a RZR, cant see em.
You are always looking over your shoulder wondering if you are going the correct direction and by the time you look back you either hit a tree or Mr seatbelt from the bad crash video and his a-1 video team.

making great trail signs can be easy.
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