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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by NSFW, Jul 24, 2012.
Very nice... Dang... Wish I went. I gotsta stop working.
I'm trying to remember where Burro Road is.
Cal ADV Rider!
looks like fun ride...
love the pics
thanks rich. hope to see you on the trail.
going north, it's past gorda, there's a road on the right with splits into 2. it's the left one and little steep.
that dirt road is like gem hidden in the pacific coast (one of the best riding places in the nation).
nice pic aaron. you have vids? .....you know what i mean....
first day qualifiers of the hardest easiest ride......
thanks danny, and it was gsa friendly.
lots of easy hill climbs
the barbie is having a good run
isaac and sluggy\
after 20 miles or so
After looking at all the pics, I am ready to do it again. It's already been said a bunch, but Joel, those tracks were awesome.
Next time though on the end of the ride we should all gather up and route through State St. in SB instead of Montecito. We could make it a an ADV Rider parade.
we made it inside the base without any issue
small and big toys alike use this bridge
yes we are crazy riding on this hot day
we were lucky found this site with water (spigot) and shade, and quite big enough for all of us + bikes
time to relax
overall, it's not a bad place to camp, especially after the guys rode to king city and brought back refreshment and lots of ice.
the night was uneventful and many of us rested well. unlike kcl, there's no owl overhead serenading us.
btw, camping is $12 for 1 vehicle, and $6 for each additional vehicle. yes, a motorcycle is = 1 vehicle.
todd, yes we can plan another ride in october perhaps.
parts of the routes are from r3r3r (randall).
next morning, we got up early to beat the heat.
riding out back to nascimiento fergusson rd
as we get near the coast, not much to see
isaac may have gotten the last good pic here
for now, you have to be contended with this one
you'll be fine, just take it easy
regrouping at the bottom of the rd and watching harleys pass by
blake on the gsa, led the ride back to cambria. my 640 had to work hard to keep up
still really pretty even with the fog; that's just part of the equation
hahaha, it's on the list but I'm riding more than anything lately. go figure.
aaron???????? :huh has it been that long H8Chains??????????
oooops. aram it is. i let the spelling checker took over. hahaha. sorry.
next stop was to get gas in cambria; obligatory gas prices pic
stopping for brunch
hmmm....too early for this one
i love pancakes, eggs and bacons
duy enjoying his too
south cambria, the coast highway is pretty much a straight away
approaching morro bag
we got off the highway into this canyon
took the easiest dirt road along the way
by taking the detour, we avoided san luis obispo
taking a break before getting on hw154 (cachuma highway)
Just picked up a KLR a couple days ago and wouldn't mind tagging along. I'm a Californian as well. Ontario.
hi andy, we may soon have a ride up in your neck of the woods. once we get something going, i'll let you know. feel free to PM me in a week or 2.
congrats on the klr.
as promised, i need to wrap this report considering i have another 30 minutes before i leave for RMAR (silverton co) today.
it's strange, everytime i turn around, i see this guy. gotta be my guardian angel who went rogue....
refugio road will take you to w.camino cielo; there's a road closed sign (cars will have a tough time going up)
finding dirt above santa barbara is like winning a lottery
that posture looks familiar
jg was the 3rd and last rider in our group; the rest pussied out.....
even though we can see the coast and get the ocean breeze, it was still hot
the fun part......splitting lanes
duy and i took turns doing our death wish ritual.....
the v sign for this trip
watch out for this PP...
well folks, thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed it.
tune in for the next one.
Hey Guys, I was wondering if the Coast Ridge Road is n00b friendly?
I have a freind who will be here from CO in Oct for the Horizons Unlimited meeting and was thinking of taking her off the beaten path this time. She's on a Tiger 800 "roadie", and has been riding a year and 10-12,000 miles, but only 20 mi of dirt roads.
And as long as we're selling CA, here's what Carrizo Plains looks like in the spring time.
Thanks Joel for RR and the great tracks once again. This is a must do noob ride for Southern & Central California Riders.
JustKip, yes it is noob friendly other than couple sections. But you can always help him out when he needs it.
have fun in colorado joel.
Sorry I missed this one, you guy's know some of the best roads on the Central Coast.
That looks like a good one wish I was there... Maybe the next one.