All righty you FFF dirt bike riding types, it's time to put together an epic ride

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by guns_equal_freedom, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. guns_equal_freedom

    guns_equal_freedom Long timer

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  2. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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    FFF?
    who you callin' a Fat Fuggin Fugg?
    and no,,winter will not "be here soon",,we ain't had a summer yet,,look for harvesting tomatoes on Thanksgiving Day, we got lots of good weather to come,,C'mon, man,,think positive!
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  3. Enduroguy

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    :lurkIll sure try and make this one.
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  4. kwisn

    kwisn One Happy Dog

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    I was thinking Devil's Gulch this Saturday. :D
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  5. sirloynz

    sirloynz Puny Human

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    There's some cool basalt & sedimentary rock in that area, Keith.

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  6. HH

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    was your father inlaw riding the gasgas on smithbrook friday?
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  7. guns_equal_freedom

    guns_equal_freedom Long timer

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    n16ht5 ride the night

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  10. chris91182

    chris91182 Bike whore

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    Possible in
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  11. WetSideRider

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    I'd like to tag along. Road 7100 is closed, but both Sand Hill and Beehive Reservoir TH access is open. I verified this morning.

    Chris, these dudes all are working stiffs of the Monday to Friday sort.
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  12. guns_equal_freedom

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    I usally hit up Walker when I take a weekday off.
    I would like to go to Walker today or tomorrow, the rain is going to make the riding conditions interesting. :evil
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  13. Enduroguy

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    Ill have to ask him, blue GG300 and a guy with a silver open face helmet? Maybe a light blue jacket? I sent him your Nason ridge post. He enjoyed the RR and pics.
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  14. boduke

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    Hey Guys, For what it's worth. I rode 7100 on the mountain bike a few weeks ago. Totally rideable on a peddle bike, I'm new to dirt bikes but would think it doable for a semi skilled rider...Not sure I could clear it all thou?
    The first wash out you get to from the Cashmere side is the trickiest part.
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  15. Granparacer

    Granparacer Old but not dead

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    We rode the Devils Gulch area a few weeks ago and it was all good. We staged at Sand Creek as it's the closest but Tronsen Meadows (off Blewet Pass) is up higher and a more pleasant place. It's pretty easy to get a 50 mile ride in there and there's more if you head into the Table Mountain side. We had to clear an old car off the road just pass the junk yard guy's place; don't let him fool you into thinking the road is closed!
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  16. WetSideRider

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    Getting caught on 7100 on a powered bike by the authorities would be the issue. I rode 7100 last year on the MTB too, and I guess there is no plan to fix the damage on it for motorized use. It's pretty tame compared to when you get onto the Gulch or Mission Ridge trails ;-)
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    sirloynz Puny Human

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    That guy is always doing stuff like that. What an ass!
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    I am sure it was him. We passed each other on a corner, but he took one look at me and got the heck out of there:rofl
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    Is 7100 closed from the mission side?, we went down it from there on GSA's and made it fine except the last mile or so witht he washout and lugging 700lb bikes around the gate.
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  20. WetSideRider

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    I didn't ask that specifically. I asked if 7100 was closed and the answer was yes. I assumed it was from both ends, but I have only seen the gate on the Cashmere end.
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