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Welcome again to a great forum and I really appreciate these beautiful pictures of your country and your riding area:grin:

Your bikes are perfect for that environment and I've had MANY, dualsport/ enduro/ adventure and desert, motocross bikes and raced them all over Southern California, Arizona, Nevada and Old Mexico! I miss riding the dirt:crying:

I just have to ask this question though: When riding down those fantastic trails, roads and scenic valley's, do you have to worry about being attacked and eaten alive by Lion's or any other carnivore ?:surprise:

If you break down in the middle of nowhere, are you concerned?

Can you legally carry a BIG sidearm, just in case? (Please let's not start a debate on firearms again Folks):smile_big:

When I traveled on my Motorcycle through the mountains of Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Colorado and even areas of California, in the back of my mind I always was concerned about breaking down in those area, like in the middle of Yellowstone, with Bears everywhere:surprise:

I was always armed but a sidearm is of little effect on a hungry Grizzly, Black Bear or a MEAN African Lion:surprise:

So, I'd like an answer to my question about safety where you ride please.

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Yes, He and Jane, Boy and Cheeto his Pal :)

"The vine Jane the vine---ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh":smile_big:

Critter, I was serious about the wild animals:surprise:

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In what direction and how far would you have to ride to actually become concerned about wild animal attacks?

Believe me, I know about the criminal element ordeal prevalent all over the world and National politics that turn people and ethnic groups against each other but my narrow view of Africa has been conditioned by "Mutual of Omaha," and National Geographic magazines showing wild animals eating every target of opportunity:surprise:

Obviously, I know very little about Africa but those trails and riding areas look like Heaven to me, with the ground giving excellent traction as my past KTM and I haul along, wide open, throwing a furrow as we do so:grin:

More pictures please!

Sam:nerd:
 
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