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of mine from the good old days of professional motocross rac- ing.” said Danny with a sly grin crossing his face. “What’s really fun is that people ride around on the streets here, street legal bikes of course, but its really ca- sual and people ride down the streets and everybody is okay with it. It’s like you’re on an- other planet, the town and peo- ple are very bike friendly and it shows. This is a great place to do a dual sport ride out of, there are all sorts of rides you can put together and see a lot of terrain, and do it all on your street legal dual sport bike.” Dual Sport bikes should be street legal, if you want to run them on the local roads in Randsburg but the locals will guide you to nearby trails and spectator sites through- out town. It helps to have a friendly ex-factory Kawasaki rider tell you the best places to ride. Goat Breker (in golf cart) gives Danny LaPorte and Dave Simon the inside line for exploring the trails around Randsburg. DIRT ILLustrated \\\\\\ Vol. 1 + Issue 2 + Page 98 Goat’s Town First of all, Goat Breker has been a fixture on the motocross scene during a career that spanned Kawasaki and Honda factory rides during the 80’s. Then a career as a race track owner/promoter ensued. Goat ran the Perris raceway moto track for several years and was the promoter responsible for bringing back the Elsinore GP. These days, Goat has taken to his new career as a resort owner with a passion to try and give back to the sport that gave him so much.