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DIRT WHEELS (ISSN 1060-4804; Canada GST 12500#9266RT;
CPC INT’L. PUB MAIL #40612608), OCTOBER 2017, Volume 37,
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It was the middle of May when Tim Leinart and his family went for a
ride in the Nebraska National Forest. To their surprise, it began snowing.
However, he says the wet snow made the ride even more fun.
YEAH, WE BAD
The Badlands riding park in Attica, Indiana, is a popular destination for
riders in the area. Here is Rocky Solano and his crew enjoying another fun
day of life on the Badland trails. ❏
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