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Old 10-18-2010, 08:19 PM   #31606
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Swing is more than 99% sure, a trail permit for Wayne will not work in any other National Forest. I tried to see if an WNF permit would work at ANF (Allegheny). Unless you are talking about something other than trail access.

Depending on the time, I could be in for Halloween. I think Miguez is looking to ride that day also.
I've seen several AMA articles about the possibility of Michigan allowing state ORV passes to be accepted in both states but never Federal. So have you tried to do ANF with a WNF permit? Let us know what they say.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:57 PM   #31607
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I went to Federal Regulation Pass program on the Wayne NF and I read it as they want one to be a Park Pass and one is a Trail Permit, It's mo money, mo money.

This pass does not cover nor provide a discount for any other fees charged on the WNF.



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When I researched that question I came to a firm "no" since the NP pass is for entry to certain west coast parks, not east coast. The permit is not good for all parks out west either, like crazy horse monument. Plus it is an entry pass not a permit like the WNF trail sticker. Now what is stupid is that a year long pass for WNF does not allow you to also ride national ORV parks in surrounding states.
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I've seen several AMA articles about the possibility of Michigan allowing state ORV passes to be accepted in both states but never Federal. So have you tried to do ANF with a WNF permit? Let us know what they say.
A good number of national forests are free. All of those in Michigan are free, no trail fees to the feds, only the $16.25 / yr Michigan ORV. I thought Allegeheny was free, too, but I never have ridden there so I can't say for sure. The National Parks pass covers entry to 4 federal agencies' lands including Forest Service lands, and it does cover east coast national parks - Skyline Drive, as an example, is free with the pass.

Crazy Horse is privately owned, not a national monument.
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Old 10-18-2010, 09:41 PM   #31608
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Crazy Horse is privately owned, not a national monument.
But the pass doesn't get you into Rushmore either. If I remember $8 parking fee. Was it still $8/bike when you visited?

As for Wayne, I've ridden it and no I didn't get a pass. I'm a bad, bad man.
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Old 10-18-2010, 09:57 PM   #31609
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rasthomas good meeting you today thank you for your support.

Meef i will be procuring 2002-fz1 i hear you have experience.
I will be looking for the proper after market mod advise from my local interwebs and trying like hell to just get it stored for the winter. Getting to be that there time Cant do too much playing this year. Almost got all my klx parts sold, that is helping fund this machine.
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Old 10-19-2010, 03:34 AM   #31610
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rasthomas good meeting you today thank you for your support.
Nice meeting you too, hope we can ride someday.
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Old 10-19-2010, 04:45 AM   #31611
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Meef i will be procuring 2002-fz1 i hear you have experience.
I will be looking for the proper after market mod advise from my local interwebs and trying like hell to just get it stored for the winter.
I put 50,000 miles on a 2002. I hate "aftermarket" mods, so I'm not the guy to go to for information on that stuff. I did put a Corbin seat on, since I like my nuts the way they are. It's a good, fun, solidly built bike. Put some money aside to pay for speeding tickets.

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But the pass doesn't get you into Rushmore either. If I remember $8 parking fee. Was it still $8/bike when you visited?
Rushmore's parking is done by a private contractor, so the site is free, but parking costs.
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Old 10-19-2010, 04:51 AM   #31612
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I hate "aftermarket" mods,
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There goes my wedding gift idea. I found a sweet set of upsweep chrome dual pipes for the Strom.

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Old 10-19-2010, 05:01 AM   #31613
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So have you tried to do ANF with a WNF permit? Let us know what they say.

I called ANF and asked if the WNF permit was good up there. She told me that money from the permits stays with that forest. The Wayne money stays in Wayne and the Allegheny Money stays up there.

The one thing I do like about ANF, the Rocky Gap and the Marionville Trails are ONE way. There is no fear of getting biffed head on by a 'tard. However, every now and then some one will ride backwards.

Also, the quads very rarely if ever, ride the bike loops (as of 5 years ago). The bike loops used to be very quad unfriendly with lots of big rocks and tight areas.

I'm going to be forced off the bike for 1 or 2 months in Dec and Jan so I may try to do an over nighter up there in November if the trails are still open. (close during the fall and spring wet seasons and re-open during the freeze)
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:03 AM   #31614
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There goes my wedding gift idea. I found a sweet set of upsweep chrome dual pipes for the Strom.

What about a chromed milk crate for the rear? That's not a hop-up, just a little bling
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:04 AM   #31615
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What about a chromed milk crate for the rear? That's not a hop-up, just a little bling


Winner. Im calling my chromer now. (walmart and Krylon)

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Old 10-19-2010, 06:15 AM   #31616
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Hey I saw you guys ride by near hocking hills. I was working a road crossing for the Enduro on Chestnut Grove Rd. I was the one wearing the orange vest. I gotta ask, did you take the Goldwing acrossed any gravel roads?

That poor wing lives on gravel roads, just like I do!
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:23 AM   #31617
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That poor wing lives on gravel roads, just like I do!

Hey they make a nice set of 50/50 tires to fit that wing! May wanna look into it!
About 3 years ago I rode the Flint Ridge Adventure ride with some friends. I thought I was all that and a slice of cheese on my KLR. Then a guy(can't remember his name) Rides up on a Honda Pacific Coast 800 and rides with us!! It was a great ride and we had a good time, but that PC800 was right on my tail the whole time.
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:52 AM   #31618
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rasthomas good meeting you today thank you for your support.

Meef i will be procuring 2002-fz1 i hear you have experience.
I will be looking for the proper after market mod advise from my local interwebs and trying like hell to just get it stored for the winter. Getting to be that there time Cant do too much playing this year. Almost got all my klx parts sold, that is helping fund this machine.
Everyone that owns one seems to like it, they are solid bikes.

The only aftermarket I'd suggest are fitment ones, you're tall you might want risers and a set of heated grips will give you some more riding time.

The best accessory is gas.



Talking of WNF and the two-way traffic I was quite surprised last ride (on a Sunday no less) how few quads we saw on the trail, very little traffic period. That's why I'm running Monday creek, I think the vast majority of traffic hovers around the Dorr Run area and all the soup holes down there....I'd just as soon miss that. It would be nice if the trails ran one-way but with a few exceptions (high banked turns) I had plenty of visibility on the main corridor to get out of most anyone's way. Even ran into a couple RZR's, but they were stopped to rest....apparently driving a truck through the trails is exhausting. Your right foot probably cramps or something.
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:03 AM   #31619
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Then a guy(can't remember his name) Rides up on a Honda Pacific Coast 800 and rides with us!! It was a great ride and we had a good time, but that PC800 was right on my tail the whole time.
Some guy did the gravel road enduro on a cruiser. Talked to him for a while and even though he never factored in the scoring, he had a blast. He did mention some of the turns causing a slight pucker or two.
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:09 AM   #31620
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just in case anyone needs a reminder that the limiting factor of where a bike will go is most often the rider and not the bike...

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29723

and I have limited every bike I have ever been on
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