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post #1 of 14 Old 11-17-2009, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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Good goggle tip to ride in dusty conditions

Hi guys, have not seen this posted in this forum but itīs awesome to do:
Get baby oil and a cuetip, put some oil on the cuetip and use it to oil the foam vents all around the goggle (foam air filter principle). Works like a charm! Specially if you are riding in dusty conditions and the goggle vents get saturated with dust, some of it will begin getting in your eyes.

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Thats some of the best advise ive ever heard about goggels thanks for that cause every where i ride is extreamly dusty
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Can't always do it since the order of enduro races here is: Superexperts, experts, pre-experts, ATVs, Rookies, UTVs.... but good one!

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"Ride in front."

2nd that motion lol, We went ride a few months ago and they had burned the place. Everyone was fighting to ride 1rst, We actually had to split in two groups because the ash was so bad.

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Go to an Army surplus store and buy the Desert goggles that the armed forces use. Used to have a set of those and they were great in the desert riding behing someone.

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Can't always do it since the order of enduro races here is: Superexperts, experts, pre-experts, ATVs, Rookies, UTVs.... but good one!
Simple answer to your problem. Enter the Superexpert division, get to the first turn in front and hold the lead for the duration of the race. Simple!!
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I try to just ride with my eyes closed...wait maybe thats why I hit that tree stump...nevermind your idea is better...

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Simple answer to your problem. Enter the Superexpert division, get to the first turn in front and hold the lead for the duration of the race. Simple!!

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Yeah! I have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to ATV's. Just look at all my posts..... nothing but smart ass comments!!
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