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Hellís Revenge Trail Restoration Project 2014

Before kicking off the 2014 Discount Tire Rally On The Rocks we teamed up with Tread Lightly!, KYMCO and the Moab Utah Bureau of Land Management for a Hellís Revenge Trail Restoration Project.

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Looks like a great time. I've never rode in anything but mud and dirt. Some time in my life I'd like to hit up some desert for a riding adventure!

Do you guys do anything special to keep your machines cooler in the desert temps? If so what are they?

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Looks like a lot of fun...have you rode a kymco machine before.Our kmyco dealer told me that there is almost some kind of a Kymco part on every brand machine made.

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Looks like a great time. I've never rode in anything but mud and dirt. Some time in my life I'd like to hit up some desert for a riding adventure!

Do you guys do anything special to keep your machines cooler in the desert temps? If so what are they?
I am from Phoenix AZ. We ride year around but try to stay in the mountains when it is 110+ in the desert. Sometimes we sneak out for an early morning ride when it is hot. Nothing needs to be done to the machine just the rider. Lots of water or Gatorade type drinks.

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Looks like a lot of fun...have you rode a kymco machine before.Our kmyco dealer told me that there is almost some kind of a Kymco part on every brand machine made.
I was at a KYMCO new model introduction in Sept 2009 when they introduced their 2010 500 MXU machine in North Carolina.

We had a blast on the Land Rover Proving grounds.



I even found some mud.


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I am from Phoenix AZ. We ride year around but try to stay in the mountains when it is 110+ in the desert. Sometimes we sneak out for an early morning ride when it is hot. Nothing needs to be done to the machine just the rider. Lots of water or Gatorade type drinks.



I was at a KYMCO new model introduction in Sept 2009 when they introduced their 2010 500 MXU machine in North Carolina.

We had a blast on the Land Rover Proving grounds.



I even found some mud.

Great pictures............the 700 KYMCO motor is what they use on the wildcat trail.60+ HP very impressive for a 700 the RZR 800-S only has in the 50 HP range.

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KYMCO has made good strides in the past. They make a very durable product.

I remember talking to the head guy at the intro and he said they would only allow their machines to be made in one factory because they knew they were the best. Good for them.

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KYMCO has made good strides in the past. They make a very durable product.

I remember talking to the head guy at the intro and he said they would only allow their machines to be made in one factory because they knew they were the best. Good for them.
Sounds like he is very proud of his product.................

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