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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by Mike Mike Motorbike, Aug 19, 2007.
I still got the 19 tire if you want it.
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CNF always good for a laugh.
Does this help
19 tire for ?
lets ride tonight?
19 for motocross bike.
Can't ride tonight. Heading to Idaho to ride tomorrow. I got an extra seat in the truck and space on the trailer for your bike. Let's roll. Coming back on Wednesday.
This is where we are staying.....
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BTW Tony, I am still loving the Seat Concepts seats on my Beta. I'm not sure if it's your brother or cousin that makes these. I'm good for 200 mile rides before my butt really starts to hurt. Have fun in Idaho.
coming from ny with a few buddies for a weekend of riding (trade show first in san diego).
renting GS big bikes and looking for dirt and camping friday and saturday night.
i was thinking cleveland and Mt San Jacinto.
a few questions.
1. how do i know what roads are closed in these areas before i go?
2. any recommendations of routes and camp sites?
im coming from san diego friday around 4-5pm and looking for a little dirt before finding a nice camp site.
then either camping two nights in a row or finding a different camp site for saturday night.
riding dirt all day saturday and half of sunday.
any advice would be appreciated.
I would skip CNF and head up to the higher elevations like Big Bear. Not sure what weekend you are arriving. You may be ok if the weather cools down.
yah? how come? i know notning about big bear. i did a lot of research so far on the cleveland area.
big bear doesnt seem to be that much further away. any recommendations?
we are going next weekend.
I just think CNF may be too hot. I don't know too much about southern CNF but the northern half isn't great for GS riding. Maybe Cleghorn Road near Crestline.
im gonna have street tires on. big bear seems to be worse for that compared to what im seeing in cleveland from the youtube videos ive seen.
big bear - more things to see and explore. gas and food are just a few miles away. for instance, google skyline drive, green valley and 3N16. plenty of camping at high elevation = cooler weather. i had seen descent riders on a heavy bike with street tires on those roads. no knobs, that's pretty much your limitation where you can ride.
regardless, have fun wherever you decide to go.
Lots of great riding in San Diego County. If you are limited to hard-pack or gravel. Boulder Creek Road out of Descanso - Pine Mountain Road- in the Lagunas - Four Corners\Lake Morena in the Southern section of the CNF ( which is the better of the two ), or North SD County Nate Harrison Grade and Palomar Divide trails. Or into Riverside County where you have Thomas Mountain and the Santa Rosa Mountains. You could do a loop down into Anza Borrego State Park and back on some fun twisties.....All within 1-2 hours of downtown.
Love it when you can see the military guys blowing up stuff from the peak big flashes and the deep booms from big guns on Camp Pendleton
Not 1 bike between Ortega and the top.
How many near miss Jeeps?
Was very tame. There was a hiking running event up Horsetheif and then South to Main Dived. The I was extremely respectful to the walkers/hikers/runners. But the entitled asshole at one of the watering stations almost assaulted me as I was creeping through the water station.
We only got a handful of roads left to ride on and these kooks gotta have a contest on one. Most of the folks respected that I slowed down for them but a few entitled "runners" still gave plenty of stink-eye.
Anyways, it was fun. Great riding weather.
was stuck working...now stuck taking a girl on a date (alternatively: hey baby, want to nearly fall off the back of a bike not designed to off-road, and ride dangerously up a 45 minute trip up a mountain?)...maybe tomorrow after work!
well...at least I'm riding (both! ha)
Ya but the bike ride will last longer
Was up there Friday afternoon. Clouds right to the ground at the peak, Cool. Saw no one. Roads (rode most of them) dug up, rocky and slick, perfect training! Tried to remember CNF Sucks but, just enjoyed riding my Motorcycle anyway.