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View Poll Results: Which is better ?
Single trail and overgrown/rutted 4wd tracks (i.e 4wd's with winches! ) 139 87.97%
Flowing 4wd tracks.. hilly, scenic and tourist roads 19 12.03%
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Old 24-04-2007
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Which is better ? Single tracks or 4wd tracks ?

What do you like best ? eh ?
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Single track hands down, the tighter the better.
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Without doubt tight single trail or virgin bush is the best. I only look forward to 4wd tracks when Im knackered at the end of the day.
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single trail - with some 4WD transport sections in between to catch your breath - and trying to chase disco up a cliff ...
ok, i need more practice ...and possibly some fitness .... and stay off the p!ss sometimes ... but other than that !!
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I like it nice and tight, got me buggered why I'm on a 450!
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Definitely single track as it is a lot harder to get any real speed up, I'm scared of speed
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Definitely single track as it is a lot harder to get any real speed up, I'm scared of speed
Ditto to that! i think i should just go a trials bike ... I treat even tight 4wd tracks as transport sections half the time now and back right off.

I don't like hurting myself

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Single track by far and overgrown fast 4wd tracks that are now sort of single track
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Single track for me
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