Takes me back to my childhood where I spent most days ripping through tight wooded trails like that. FYI, regular prescription eyeglasses don't offer nearly the same level of safety as protective goggles. Definitely worth investing in Rx goggles or contact lenses.
if you don't mind me asking, how big of a guy are you and how does the bike do?
I have been torn between getting and older 250, or a 125 like this for a woods/ trail/ play bike.
I have to laugh when someone calls me an a*****e. I've been called far worse than that.
- Gordon Ramsay
I got to the point where the 125 just didn't scare me anymore and i could pretty much crack it open in any situation and not fear it. While it was nice to be able to do that, i missed the oh **** moments and chose for a bigger harder hitting motor.