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Hayabusa Off-Roading in Brazil (Pics & Vids!)


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Some cool pictures of a Suzuki Hayabusa going off-road in Brazil. Check out those rear car tyres with snow chain on them. Maybe one of our Hayabusa brothers should try this in a JB trail soon?

YouTube video here:

 

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