By Adam Booth
Boothy taking a moment to enjoy the scenery.
My trusty stead for the day was a Rekluse owned KTM350SXF with over a hundred hard test hours. Al warned me of some start issues, told me he was testing some different clutch parts but wouldn’t give me details, then told me to hammer on it. I grinned as we headed out for a five-hour adventure. I also brought our Fastway system 5 stabilizer to get more test time one it. I spent about fifty percent of the ride blown away by the scenery, sometimes wandering dangerously of the trail, taking it all in. I’d probably move to Idaho if it weren’t for the whole snow thing for half the year.
Boothy fell more than once in the woodpile.
Dirt Bikes 2011 YZ250F shows the results of my struggles in the rocks. The swingarm is blasted with dents and scratches, the GYTR chain guide looks likes it’s two years old and the brand new Scotts disc guard did it’s job, giving some of its aluminum up in the process.
Justin from Fastway Pro Moto Billet rocked his super clean KX500 on the industry ride.
Toilet paper and a leaky water pump seal.
Here is Taddy blasting the double water hole jump during practice at EnduroCross.
The good life!
Here is the well-used test platform Boothy popped wheelies on for hours.
Boothy on the right was stoked to finish second.