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Re: TSAT (Trans South Africa Trail)
« Reply #380 on: August 13, 2021, 09:56:59 am »
And this is why recci's have to be done. This used to be a normal little gravel track. Found this on my route yesterday kinda in the middle of Standerton, Villiers and Vrede. Needless to say I did not attempt the jump.
This was not on the TSAT ?
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Re: TSAT (Trans South Africa Trail)
« Reply #381 on: August 13, 2021, 10:08:43 am »
And this is why recci's have to be done. This used to be a normal little gravel track. Found this on my route yesterday kinda in the middle of Standerton, Villiers and Vrede. Needless to say I did not attempt the jump.
This was not on the TSAT ?

You are right, was merely referring to gravel tracks in general. They all look drivable on basecamp.
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Re: TSAT (Trans South Africa Trail)
« Reply #382 on: August 13, 2021, 06:37:13 pm »
And this is why recci's have to be done. This used to be a normal little gravel track. Found this on my route yesterday kinda in the middle of Standerton, Villiers and Vrede. Needless to say I did not attempt the jump.
I think we have been there at least twice on Bash and other runs.  :biggrin:
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