Yeah, LOL...I know about the fines. Never had one but know people around here who have. Not cheap being caught on crown land here, "destroying the forest" All the good trails are closed until up around Mid..or..North Island here.Duck, I see those around here. Huge swampers just ate up from pavement because no one told the tool they don't last with real world driving. I was into mudding for awhile. Still miss it, but around here there's no good places without heavy fines.
Stock is ok too....the A/T tires sure do what they are supposed too......I sen a guy here running A/T's and he was going everywhere in the snow and mud.Only took my truck to some mud pits once, probably the most fun I've ever had going 20 mph. Of course, it's stock with just some A/T tires, but it was still fun.
As far as that tire being a waste of time, I imagine it's in some artist's portfolio. It's sad to say, but trailer queens/dyno queens/show bikes/bike night bikes are big money.
Or if you could keep the throttle open the whole way you could probably cross the water on a snowmobile.It's funny though, the folks on the island are almost a 2 hour ferry ride away (depending on where you go) but if you could actually drive the distance it would be considerably less...and the way I ride it wouldn't take long at all...
Have you seen our license plates here ? " The most beautiful place on earth " LOLI've travelled throughout the world & B.C. is one of the most beautiful places I've been to. You're both very fortunate to live there.
I would actually pay to see that, Nobody.....your up first I'll follow if you do not sink.....LOLOr if you could keep the throttle open the whole way you could probably cross the water on a snowmobile.
Yes we are blessed...not too many places where you could ski/snowboard, go boating, get in a round of golf and riding all in the same day. I know I've done it...I've travelled throughout the world & B.C. is one of the most beautiful places I've been to. You're both very fortunate to live there.