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Very cool Julio, love your vids, thanks for sharing.
 
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Yes, great job on the videos! Looks like a ton of fun!
 
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Yes, great job on the videos! Looks like a ton of fun!
Thank you Sir, I like to share the videos with my buddies . This place is incredible, you can ride over sand and also do technical driving , and you will be very far from people.
 

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Great stuff! The more I see your videos the more I see opportunities! You could set up guided tours with a local B&B and make tons of money, while doing what you love.. Something to think about...
 

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Great stuff! The more I see your videos the more I see opportunities! You could set up guided tours with a local B&B and make tons of money, while doing what you love.. Something to think about...
Thank you Sir, yes its a great idea, first I will need to guest friends to have the opinion about the trails.
 

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Thank you Sir, yes its a great idea, first I will need to guest friends to have the opinion about the trails.

Sandy and I would go , so long as the accommodations were "top shelf" with gormet meals, views, etc...
 

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Sandy and I would go , so long as the accommodations were "top shelf" with gormet meals, views, etc...
Mr fancy pants over here... ill stay in a creepy motel and eat Ramen if it means getting to ride 😅
 
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hahahah.. I've paid my dues, from here on out it's "top shelf"
 

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Mr fancy pants over here... ill stay in a creepy motel and eat Ramen if it means getting to ride 😅
Believe me, food is the best part of the journeys, in some lakes we fish trouts and when we return to the base camp , there are barbacues.

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looks like major FUN! You do it right... Sandy don't camp, eating in the garden at the B&B is her idea of "roughing it". hahahah.. Cheers
 

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looks like major FUN! You do it right... Sandy don't camp, eating in the garden at the B&B is her idea of "roughing it". hahahah.. Cheers
Sandy can find her way around here if you trailer to the trail head and back each day.
 

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Another Great video from Julio Productions, lol. Great choice of music with all of your filming and editing. Love it. Just out of curiosity how many kilometers/miles do you ride on your normal days that you do the video's on. From the vids the speed looks like you are going at a very good pace, however Videos are deceiving. Thanks for posting. Always like your Vid's and Photo's.
 
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Another Great video from Julio Productions, lol. Great choice of music with all of your filming and editing. Love it. Just out of curiosity how many kilometers/miles do you ride on your normal days that you do the video's on. From the vids the speed looks like you are going at a very good pace, however Videos are deceiving. Thanks for posting. Always like your Vid's and Photo's.
Thank you Sir, you are welcome..

Our ideal day is 8hs riding , sometimes we have 10/15 miles to arrive to the trail and later depending how rough is the terrain we can do from 50 to 100 miles.
In some places the journey start at 9:30am and finish at 10/11 pm because some machines broke or we found a difficult in the terrain ( rivers , landslides or hills very sloping )

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