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The Isle of man footage is pretty crazy but the trials bike takes the cake. I owned an R-1, a couple cr500's and there's nothing that compares to a trials bike. It takes more skill than I will ever have to ride one properly. The balance and control you learn makes you a pretty awesome rider in other areas too. I was always getting smoked during ice racing season by trials guys looking for something to do in the off season.



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