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Hi everybody

Last weekend I went to ride with friends in a old trail near to abandoned mine.

Is winter here and everything looks sad, but it was a nice time to share.

The previous night we had a barbacue and after riding we drinking some beers.




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I enjoy looking across your high country!
And I'm going to get one more lottery ticket to get the money to travel there and ride :) Come on numbers 81432-7 with the power-play....
There is nothing like riding a long time to look ahead, to the side and then back at nothing but open range!
You riding old wagon roads that have eroded to expose the rocks?
 

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I enjoy looking across your high country!

And I'm going to get one more lottery ticket to get the money to travel there and ride :) Come on numbers 81432-7 with the power-play....

There is nothing like riding a long time to look ahead, to the side and then back at nothing but open range!

You riding old wagon roads that have eroded to expose the rocks?
Thank you Sir, you are welcome .

We have many types of trails , from old wagon roads , dunes , rivers inside of cannons and in some cases we open new trails to go over mountains .

Far , far in the south in our last state , Tierra del fuego ( Land of fires ) each year our friends from Usuahia city do the trail to Policarpo island , is the more difficult trail to ride , you need to cross rivers that enter to the sea and must be done at low tide, you have just less than two hours , in some cases you need to use chainsaws to open a path .
Below some photos of our typical trails and failed trip to Policarpo .







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That's cool....
Now show us the good pictures in the tough stuff :)
 

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Excelente Julio, I even put pause a movie I was watching to view that video, prefer real life and your group is hard core and competent. Your group could handle what we have here in Colorado easy enough :)
 

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Excelente Julio, I even put pause a movie I was watching to view that video, prefer real life and your group is hard core and competent. Your group could handle what we have here in Colorado easy enough :)
Thank you Sir. We will love to ride in such beautiful landscapes.

Our undeveloped country let us sometimes to be more free to ride in place where in other places will be impossible.

Anyway there or here , we love to enjoy the nature riding our quads .





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