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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by NJ-Bill, Mar 15, 2016.
Nice!! Wish I had slide outs. Do you still have the CJ-7?
May be out on Sunday depending on the weather, though I don’t mind riding in the rain. Is anyone else planning on riding Sunday?
Three of us are riding on Sunday, rain or shine. Out of Atsion. Time to be decided. Will let you know.
Lauren, who called the ride, has picked 9:30 a.m. at Atsion.
So, meet at 9:15, KSU at 9:30.
Rain or shine! Bring your gortex!
See you at 9:15 on Sunday!
Sorry, Penn and Lauren. Too much rain for me. I'm out.....
How was today's ride? I recall Doc stating a Goretex alert but lost interest after that.
I went out for a few hours around noon. Lots of pond sized puddles but it was very pleasant riding. I was following what looked like fresh tracks from 2 other bikes but did not find anyone. Sand was nice and packed down but I hit a few muddy areas. It was raining on/off for the rest of the day but nothing too bad. My Klim gear kept me nice and dry.
Well, Penn, that's one way to wash the mud off your Klim gear!
I was going to go out for a few laps, but couldn't get the drain plug out on my vehicle to change the oil!
p.s., Wednesday is looking pretty good for big bike hooky ride, if anyone is interested.
I might be able to do early morning; I need to be back to Philly around 2:30.
As an aside, do I need any special permits or anything to play in that part of the woods?
No. The Pine Barrens, as long as you have a legal bike, is legal where ever cars can go. So all the named roads and double track are legal. No permits needed.
I'm planning on doing the Trans NJ Trail over a long weekend once the weather warms up, I'm thinking sometime in May or June. It would be fun to get a group together for a ride like this if anyone is interested. The ride would start in High Point State Park early on a Friday or Saturday morning and then head south towards the final destination of Cape May, though I might cut the ride short and end in Wharton depending on time constraints.
If anyone would be interested in doing something like that send me a PM and we can firm up dates once it get's closer.
Stan: a group of us are doing a modified NJTAT ride this Saturday; Basically from I195 south;
A couple of people you know are riding this. PM me for details if you are interested; Big Bike ride
with probably 50% black-top.
Hi everyone, Travis here - I am new to this thread. I just got my first street legal dirt bike (Beta 300 X Trainer) and should have it back from getting the street legal stuff on it on this Saturday March 3 rd. I am riding on Sunday, somehow somewhere. I might be committed to showing a newbie the ropes on a trials bike but if that fails I would love the hit the PB - first ride on the Beta! I'm out of Philly
1970 Bultaco Sherpa T 250, 1974 Husky 125 WR, 1976 Bultaco Sherpa T 350, 1983 Honda Nighthawk 650, 1987 Kawi KDX 200, 2016 Kymco K Pipe 125, 2017 Beta 300 X Trainer,
This bike and I are the same age.
I bet it's in better shape than I am!
Going to shoot for a Saturday ride with a couple of friends , might be a little slow we got one novice sand guy will be at Atison around 9 if anyone wants to jump in .
Just got text from NJDEP prescribed burns today in Wharton and a couple other areas today
TODAY February 28
Wharton State Forest, Tabernacle Township, 6 acres
Winslow Wild Life Management Area, Winslow Township, 27 acres
Beavans Wild Life Management Area, Commercial Township, 50 acres
Peaslee Wildlife Management Area, Maurice River Township, 80 acres
Winslow Wild Life Management Area, Monroe Township, 66.5 acres
Bear Swamp Project, Howell Township, 16.5 acres
Manasquan, Wall Township, 39 acres
Stafford Forge Wild Life Management Area, Little Egg Harbor Township, 52 acres
Bass River State Forest, Eagleswood Township, 13 acres
Greenwood Forest, Manchester Township, 258 acres
Colliers Mill Wild Life Management Area, Jackson Township, 270 acres
This schedule is weather dependent and subject to change.
If in doubt about the source of smoke or fire, call
9-1-1 or 877-WARN-DEP (877-927-6337)
NJ Forest Fire Service will provide as much notice as possible of both wildfires and prescribed burns through these emails and text message notifications.
The boys were hard at work near Hampton Furnace. They were nice enough to let me pass to get to Pic-A-Lilli for lunch!