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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by ThumperDRZ, Jun 7, 2007.
Don't post in this section much, from Winfield, MO but the military has taken me away. I know the weather is great there today but it is also very sad for me and for a few people. Along with the great weather many of you got to ride and enjoy your day but today my cousin and another died in a horrible accident when a bus pulled out in front of their group, they weren't advriders, but they were motorcyclists. Two have perished and another is in critical condition. Be safe!
I am sorry for your loss. Take comfort in the fact they went out doing something they loved.
Sorry for your loss
I heard about the accident this morning going to work, I'm not to far from where this happened.
I'm about ready to give up street riding after over 30 years of 2 wheeled travel.
Be safe out there!
I hadn't heard about this one, but I've had similar thoughts. Lost a very good friend and riding buddy last week.
John Sour (SourJohn on AdvRider) was hit by a car while riding, and passed a few days later.
He and I had ridden together many many times weekends and week long rides, camped, laughed, and told stories together for several years.
Sure makes you think. I spend a lot of time on the roads. Shoot, to go out and ride the "creek roads" I've got to ride 100+ miles of blacktop.
Jeff, this is sad news about your friend.
I had a close call on Saturday, out for a ride and some dumb ass texting pulls out in front of me!
Could have been ugly!
I listened to the report about the two fatalities on the radio and started thinking maybe I should get out while the gettins good.
Like you, I have been on many long distance trips to some beautiful places, only to have the near misses happen 5 miles from the house.
I too think about this often . . . it is a life style choice we have all made, and hopefully all have thought about this risk . . . I am always saddened to hear of the death of cyclists. You see them just about weekly on STLToday.com Acknowledging this risk is important. Expect the un-expected. anticipate other drivers, stay focused while riding, wear the proper gear. If you have made 30 years of riding, you already know and do these things. Just keep them in the forefront, and be safe out there
Its always good to here great attitudes about riding from some one you have ridden with and respect Bill
Even though you think these things for yourself, it good to have them reiterated!
It looks like Friday will be a good day to get the 690 out and hit some dirt roads. Anybody interested in showing me a few of the good ones around Troy, Washington, Hermann, Wentzville area?
I ride from Warrenton to Hermann frequently during the week. I took a gravel road this week, you see some interesting things out there in them woods! Planning on a different route each ride until I get them all covered. I'll give a shout if I find any great rides.
went for a ride this weekend with udhawg, Jeffrho & Dustcloud9 and had a blast. we went down to Freemann's Saturday stayed the night then came back Sunday. here's a little video and a couple of pics.
were is that place with the caboos in the photo? I have been there on a swinging bridges ride but i had no idea where i was. were headed down to sutton bluff this weekend. If its not to far away it would be cool to do lunch there. Three of us coming down trying to escape the wisconsin cold. thanks
Bixby General Store, I used to get there in 36 (or more) trail miles from Sutton's Bluff Campground. Is the campground open for the year yet?
Status: Closed through Tue Mar 25 2014 as per this web site, don't know for sure
You going to take us for a ride on those trails?
Hey sieg----------I forget---seems I remember someone saying they don't allow any motorcycles in Sutton's Bluff the campground---licensed or not---what do you know ?????
Can't see how they could do that with licensed vehicles---but just didn't know for sure.
the way i understood it no moto bikes were alowed on the forest or county roads we will be on dualsport bikes with trail permits. we were going to unload in sutton bluff campground unless there is another option. we are going to st. joes park first and hotel in potosi I see doniton2 is from imperial is the imperial club worth checking out?
Do you have the forest service brochure for Suttons Bluff? It shows a scenic overlook (bino symbol) and folks camp there.
Almost a straight shot from 21 and I seen a 30ft toy hauler up there so access is piece of cake. At work so don't have any better details.
Little trip my buddy and I did last night, SE MO!
Found this. Campgrounds open Friday (3/28/14).
Sutton Bluff ATV and Motorcycle Trail System
Sutton Bluff Recreation Area
Topo/Aerial Maps of Campground and Rec Area
This is dated 2012