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As I approach a long pull and rather steep hill (can't tell by video) watch my female passenger as we approach a layer of saplings across the trail - she motions with her finger telling me "you can't do this!"... but immediately starts cracking up as soon as we cleared the saplings.

 

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As I approach a long pull and rather steep hill (can't tell by video) watch my female passenger as we approach a layer of saplings across the trail - she motions with her finger telling me "you can't do this!"... but immediately starts cracking up as soon as we cleared the saplings.

Thats AWSOME !!!! i call mine the goat cause it can pretty much go any where
 

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Rhinos climb hills you wouldn’t try on foot. Looks like it was a fun day!!


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It was one, if not the, best trip to TN yet. We always end up enjoying it whether it's an hour ride or several hours ride - but this trip was many hours of great weather and awesome trails. Best thing, no one got hurt and no machines broke! Can't ask for much more than that...
 

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As I approach a long pull and rather steep hill (can't tell by video) watch my female passenger as we approach a layer of saplings across the trail - she motions with her finger telling me "you can't do this!"... but immediately starts cracking up as soon as we cleared the saplings.

Looks like fun. Passenger should not use the roll bar as a grab handle. Speaking from experience here, I got lucky when we rolled and didn't break any bones in my hand.
 
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