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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Geek, Sep 30, 2009.
I still want to go to the beach.
There are closer rideable dunes than that in CO i believe.
FWIW i have a 19" Paddle that i would be willing to let go cheap
The only dunes in CO of significance are the Great Sand Dunes, and those are closed to OHV.
I've been invited to join a group headed to Little Sahara / Sand Mountain in Utah this spring. I'm seriously tempted.
8 or 10 paddles on the 300? I think 10 is the way to go.
what about Walden/North Sand Hills?
^^ Thats the ones i was thinking of! driven past many times but never rode there!
When I lived in the San Luis Valley, we would get some good dunes in the spring on the county road! Walden is fun, White Wash Dunes are also good south of Green River Utah. Then the ones North of Rock Springs, Killpecker dunes are a blast!
Tiny area and way too crowded on weekends. No climbs of significant elevation.
Fun place to go on a full moon in the fall when it's empty.
Killpecker has some good climbs and I have never had big crowds.
It's too nice outside. I'm taking one of these & hopping on the 990.
Dood.. someone photoshopped out the ground under your bike or something. :eek1
Friggin' sending it.
Nephew is kind of fearless.
And out at the lake in North Dakota, flipping the BMX bike of the cliff into the bay. They put a life jacket on the bike!:eek1 Screen cap of the video, so bad quality.
Prius Synergy Drive full tear down.
Finally warmed up enough to spray the old SL350K1. At this pace she'll be together in 20 years:eek1
Beating the X6 Hustler by what....ten years?
Sweet! What video is this?
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Any relation to Pastrana? The kid rock's!
No, no relation, just a good old Norwegian. All I know is he is not allowed around my son with anything that has wheels or skis or an engine.
Next time we go in your hood, we'll hook up!
Sledding included! You have some great terrain there, Black mountain, a couple of great parks(statler?, California, etc...)
Sure, but just riding the 'road' from Medano Pass to the park entrance gave me enough fill of sand riding! Not bad once you figure it out but there's a leap of faith (or frustration) when learning to ride a big bike on sand that soft and deep.