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Grit dog

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But ultimately I’m with Dedmiston on this one. Unless a person is planning on being places that don’t allow street legal UTVs, a UTV/SXS is one of the most fun things one can do while keeping their pants on!
Combined with the fact that if they are basically just being “driven” around on roads and trails, the quality of them is such that they’ll last a LONG time. I’d hazard to guess the engines could easily be good for 30k or more “easy” miles. No different than a street bike.


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the Roxor appears to be out of business.


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Honda recently came out with theseTrail 125s. Small, good ground clearance and street legal.
Many used to haul the Trail 90's around on the back bumpers of trailers in the 70's.


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I take 3 different toys. A 570 RZR, 2 e-mountain bikes and a powered kayak. They all fit in my 28IKS Genesis toy hauler.

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Honda Cubs....scooters


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schlep1967 wrote:

Honda recently came out with theseTrail 125s. Small, good ground clearance and street legal.
Many used to haul the Trail 90's around on the back bumpers of trailers in the 70's.


That's the ticket for the best put put, on/off road, run to the store or run to the fishin hole machine right there!
If both folks are comfortable on bikes and talking fair weather only.

Wonder how popular those will become? Trail 90s still fetch a pretty penny as it is.

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