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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by Klammer, Nov 16, 2009.
Bring out that badass 400 and ride with the anti-clique, "SoCal Rogue Riders LTD".
Those trails are closed for the season. Right now, I'm planning on a gorman run, my buddy is claiming mojave hills though.
Passed through Rowher today, from the Bouquet/Artesian Spring road side, up to the top.... bit of snow.... kinda slippery.
socal rogue riders LTD.... happy goblins.... high on G-force adrenalin... only stopping at the best view spots
for trail sodas and fine company
Snow on the local mtns bring your warm socks
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Bike prep today, Gorman or Mojave tomorrow, just depends on which one of my friends speaks up first.
FYI, I rode through Mojave yesterday evening on the way back from Death Valley and it was cold and rainy. Lots and lots of toy haulers around too, so it's probably pretty crowded for the holiday. That's probably the story anywhere though.
Couldn't make today.familynshit popped up.. I'm in with you Bob for Monday ...
Nice to see some snow/ice up top Rowher
Im ready for the 100+ degree days now
Great day thanks boy's
Just iced my knee and found my meds
Thanks for putting my bike back on the trail
I'll be back in action soon
Thought I saw some of you guys out there today. I pitched my bike off the trail also. Took me about an hour to drag the thing back up. I need to hook up with some of you and stop riding there alone, was lucky I did not get hurt.
So nobody up for Gorman, eh? Don't wanna roll up there alone, and don't wanna go to Rowher with 1224 and a few other guys. Just been there too much lately. If no takers I may just rain check it until next weekend...
i ride there a lot alone too. most of rowher has cel phone reception so at least bring your smart phone with tapatalk and you can post to this thread if you need help, sometimes people can respond or summon someone who can. (i think it's klammer who lives very close?)
even better for real emergencies you should get a SPOT just in case you were actually injured. i like rowher because sooner or later people pass on the trail or you can usually walk out to the staging area if your bike is really stuck (not so if you are really injured).
while it's generally inadvisable to ride alone i usually do due to the need to ride my own break-filled pace for medical reasons. somewhere like rowher is pretty well travelled and a decent place to do it, although occasionally you spend an hour or so getting yourself unstuck.
I'll be over at Bouquet around 9am.
Bob, you practicing snow angels again? You ok?
it sucks getting old going to be sore for a few months
I'll be cruise' in at dv daze should have the 690 throwing rocks
Hey there. I visited at around 12:45, lifted grey dodge and xr400. Played around alonefor about an hourand a half and left. Havent seen dirt for 2+ years, it was fun. Almost went off the trail a couple times but got lucky