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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by AZ Mark, Oct 29, 2013.
Glad to hear your moooov'n about.
Did your wife know you were on the bike again? :eek1
Shhhh she's right next to me...
Which road are you taking to CK, front (I-17) or back (Pleasant)? I'm in either way but I would like to know to decide on what bike to bring.
There's also a ride on Sunday in the vicinity of Cave Creek area. Pm me for whoever is interested.
My wife wants to do a monday/tuesday trip. Weve been to prescott plenty. Ive been to a few areas that were kinda neat (flag,sedona, oak creek, tuscon, havasu, parker, etc) but Im no expert. Any suggestions?
Could it be a guy named jay? Hangs out at the Legion on occasion?
two up on the klr and camping or what? gimme some details i'll give ya some suggestions.
We can go one of 4 different routes. What ever you feel like.
since your quoting yourself, i have to ask,,, go whatever route WHO feels like??
You simply trying to make a point?
trying to find out if he has voices,,,,,,
The one way I was thinking about is up I-17 to cordes junction then turn at poland junction up to breezy pines. Then decide at 5-corners which way we want to go to Crown King. Then back senator hwy. to Minnie haha thru Walnut Grove to hwy then down yarnell to Wickenburg. The key is to be flexible or lost. I'm ok with either.
that pretty much guarantees a good time,,,, nice.
Come to think of it Ive seen that one too. But I think his was different. Could b wrong.
Two up a possibility more likely drive. Camping not an option. Just looking to stay at a nice hotel/cabin and see some sights. Weve ruled out sedona,oak creek, jerome due to likelihood of seasonal closings. Last I heard montezumas castle is closed. Crown king is a possibility but I dont think theres much of an attraction. Winslow? Flag? Oatman? Cave creek?
The guy (Jay) who rides the one I know, is a small dude and usually wears AGATT and looks like he spent some money on it.
Not the same guy!
I've only seen one in town...
Along with two friends, got in about 85 miles of dirt 'n sand yesterday, east of Lake Havasu, south of Yucca, AZ. All two-track but ruff enuff for me. My thighs 'n knees are paying the price today.
Others were on a DR-650 (AdventureBound on this site) and an XR-400. The XR only made it about 40 miles on a full tank, had to front him a gallon and a half to finish the ride.
ST stands for Super Tanker as well as Safari Tank. She's heavy when full but lots of gas can come in handy. The current tank has 95 miles on it, plus filling up Jeremy's XR and still shows about 1/2 full. That's Jeremy from Golden Shores doing the siphoning.
We were originally headed for Alamo Lake but a late start and a couple detours ran us out of time. Fun tho. I'll make it to Alamo another time
Here's the route:
Tubliss system did it's job; airing down the tars to about 10PSI sure made a difference in the sand. After splitting from the other guys at Santa Fe Ranch Road and I-40, I stayed on mostly dirt, paralleling the rail road all'a way back to Kingman. Easy enuff.
BTW, this was a My 2 Wheels (my2wheels.com) ride, pretty good bunch of folks from my limited experience with them. Hoping to meet some of youse guys in person soon.