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Old 05-27-2012, 05:01 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by RobStar View Post
Great ride report and photos! Subscribed!

My wife is from the Cable / Drummond area and it looks like the trail comes pretty close their property near Lake Owen. Might be a nice ride for us when we visit this summer.

She's fairly new on a 650GS and I'm on a 1200GSA. Any tips on which sections we should bypass on bigger bikes and a newish rider?



Well Rob, I wouldn't recommend the NWAT tracks in that area for those bikes or for a new rider. They get kind of sandy and rugged.

But, my friend rokklym has a road ride that passes through that area that will easily handle those bikes. Since that part of his track is in the national forest and heads to the lake it will be pretty scenic. It eventually leads up to Lake Superior. I think most of the roads on his track up around there will be good gravel. Take a look for yourself as you may enjoy taking a ride on it! Hope this helps.

Red track is NWAT for smaller dual sports that can run rugged trails and sand in the area.
Green track is my friends's adventure bike track that you might enjoy instead.

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