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RELIVE THAT ULTIMATE RIDING EXPERIENCE WITH DIGITAL AUDIO AND VIDEO

By Jeff Henson

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How many times have you kicked yourself for not bringing a camera along on one of your favorite trail rides? How many times have you been at a loss for words when describing one of your epic trail adventures, or that perfect day at the track, to your friends? If those kinds of things happen to you a lot, then listen up--we’ve found the perfect product that will allow you to capture those moments as they happen and enable you to go back and relive them for years to come.

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