Took my wife out for her first BRAAP adventure

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So this Saturday I took my wife out to try ATV’n. We took my good old trusty Foreman 400 and borrowed [MENTION=3559]School Boy[/MENTION]’s Rubicon and headed up to Monroe Wi to ride the Tri County Cheese Trail. At only about an hour and half drive from Huntley it was super convenient. I rode the Foreman and my wife rode the Rubicon. We put on about 65 miles total on the day riding from Monroe to Darlington and back, stopping for lunch in Darlington. Trails we very well groomed and simple. Great place for a new rider. My wife had a blast but my plan kinda back fired. She thinks a Rzr would be more fun for us. Other than the trails getting pretty dusty towards the end of our day, everything was perfect.
Anyways here are some pics my wife took, I need to get better at taking my own.
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How were the trails? You've talked about them a few times, seems nice and convenient...
 

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How were the trails? You've talked about them a few times, seems nice and convenient...
Not bad. I wouldn't mind going back and to ride the rest of the trail. It's close, which is great but not challenging at all. Definitely nice for getting miles in but scenery is pretty much non existent. It runs along a 2 lane highway so it's a lot more urban than Heyward trails.
 

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You should feel lucky that you have a wife who can share in your Braaptivities.

Nice.
 

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You should feel lucky that you have a wife who can share in your Braaptivities.

Nice.
It wasn't always the case, she just started stepping out of her comfort zone. I am thankful though.
 

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You should feel lucky that you have a wife who can share in your Braaptivities.

Nice.
I feel it could be a double edge sword, at least in my case.

Braap sessions are usually stress relief sessions as well. Lol
 

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I feel it could be a double edge sword, at least in my case.

Braap sessions are usually stress relief sessions as well. Lol
She won't want to go all the time. However Braap purchases become easier since she is able to use them too.
 

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You did it right man. She rode a nice machine on an easy trail and enjoyed herself. Glad you guys had fun!
 

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You did it right man. She rode a nice machine on an easy trail and enjoyed herself. Glad you guys had fun!
Not enough fun to push up the timeline for a new quad, but fun none the less.
 

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