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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by Klammer, Nov 16, 2009.
In with 18...
i'm IN on 121212 with 1 bottle of whiskey and 2 beers.
Sounds like I taught you something last weekend. Make it Bulleitt.
brings a tear to your eye, doesn't it?
Fuck, I have to work during the Mayan End Of Da Vorld....
12/21/12 is the end.
12/12/12 is just the last repetitive date.
it's double evil 666 times 2. kinda.
Anybody riding Monday 12/10 . . . should have the smoker back together by then.
Is there a trail map to be found online? On site? At the convenience store?
Theres a map on the bouqet side, and one in staging area 1, the ranger usually sits in his truck in staging area 1, hit em up for a free map, theres only one way to enter/exit from sierra, and 4 ways to enter/exit from boquet.
Thanks! Any easy to moderate trail recommendations for someone on a heavy bike with 80/20 tires?
Are you looking to get into the trails or just do fire roads? the easy trails out there are makred blue, but some of the blue trails have some pretty hard sections, sometimes harder then the black diamond stuff, you can do a nice mostly fire road ride from sierra, then exit from bouqet at artesian road, and enter drink water flats from boquet, some more nice fire roads over there, let me know if you want me to show you around over there, i stay away from the really hard stuff out there.
id be interested in your tour
do you need a plated bike for DWF?
Ark Trail is easy. that's just before the Stage 1 on the right.
Buffer Loop and Fall Canyon Rd (forest road) are easy.
Im not sure, theres never anybody in DWF to check, lol
But my bike is plated, cause i like to get in from one spot and exit from another, and i ride the bike to Rowher/DWF, theres also lots and lots of riding across DWF and at the San Francisquito side, that takes you to lake hughes, so you can do a mainly fire road (one black diamond section in DWF going downhill) from Sierra Hwy all the way to Lake Hughes, its about 50 miles, then you can ride back home on pavement.
Im going there today for a bit, let me know if you ever want, i can show you this route.
Another great day at Rowher.
I am so thankful that Rowher is 7 miles away from my home.
I had a great time at Rowher today too. 56 miles on the dirt. Thanks for all the tips!
dude,,,you did it
Hey Clutch . . . you thinking about Rowher tomorrow? Just got my 250 back together . . . actually had her apart and back together on Thursday, then again on Friday, and yet again today . . . had an issue with my exhaust flange not sealing properly and leaking coolant into the cylinder . . . good times!!! After quite a bit of convincing, and black boogers from the metal grinding/polishing, I seem to be back in business. I'd love to get out for a ride ASAP, after missing the one I was supposed to go to today!