OTE=Madhouse;19713292]No,,,,,,,,,,,, orange really won't work for me.
And yea,,,its early all right.
Maybe we'll be in
famous on the Bamarides website when he gets back from the Talladega Forrest weekend campout/ride.
You can check it out the Bamarides website here:
He and his buds were camping out and he was on his way back to the campsite. We talked a bit and he invited us (YOU) to drop by and visit their booth at the Barber Vintage Days event. Look for their place in the flea market section.
Link to the ride/campout they were on:
weather up there saturday!
Ride a dim,dim trail that use to be a CCC road built to reach Mt. Cheaha back in the 1930's.
A beautifully crafted stone bridge is on this route:
Primarily this trip was to explore 4 possibilities of adding some new stuff.
Was successful in 2 areas.
Gates and dead ends (lying GPS topo software) put a end to the other 2 places.
Over all, we had a great day of riding with only one hickup.
Many of you remember this place. Glad its reopened.
Mentioned to Mulley I enjoyed reading the report where he and Swamp rode the back country of Cambodia.
Amazing journey/report,,,check it out here:
Back to the trailblazing,, as mentioned, it was a successful day.
,( we must have some rain for the dust before this ride,,,,,and I don't want to go if its storming
) its a "go" for the last weekend in october.
Just pm me for details if you want to go.
OH YEA! Bob Riker@ R&R Suspension fixed the DRZ quirkiness!
First opportunity to try it out.
Hurray for that![/QUOTE]
Great post Tony!!!
ReidinItaly, Rotorhead and I had good session out at Mossy this morning. Very little rain fell on us, but we still had the benefit of some firm sand and really enjoyed the outing. Wet roots and downed trees were a little interesting for those of us with limited coordination skills but everybody survived intact.
I am definitely interested in the Cheaha Run...