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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by pcvance, Jun 15, 2012.
And that is where I'll be tomorrow, the top of the mountain. 84 degrees.
Cannel is the "easiest trail out there"? Really Kap? Guess I've never been to the easy part, just the Plunge. Maybe I have to make do with JO on Greenhorn.
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I agree with Kap. Cannell is easy peasy without a doubt no pucker factor. Just a bunch of nuisance switchbacks. I guess if you're afraid of heights it might be bit intimidating, but absolutely not hard.
Happy 5th of July. Also known as the Great American Hangover Day.
One of our block party guests yesterday.
I know her, she works for you....Her boobs don't fit the bike.
Yes she does, and no they don't.
Adam and I rode all the good stuff on the westside today, no cattle, no other motos all day. We went up the creek of deer, across the meadow of puppys, down the lions back, across T creek, and were starving at the end. Next time we will bring a bigger saw to clear some logs in a few spots. There's one nasty bypass that NEEDS to be cleared.
Gatta get back soooon.
Yeah Jimmy, who's birthday ride On the Green hill is next?
I'll post pics from yesterday's ride soon....So what happened on the Rincon?
ADV riders all bailed and were replace by 3 good riders from KTMTalk. Temps in Kernville sky rocketed to 105F Sat. Too much for my virgin Rincon ride so I stayed up top while Ben led the 6 brave souls on at Cedar Cyn Tr.
Great weekend all a round.
It looks like I may have some days off maybe a Friday to Sunday deal... In the future
I can do thurs. to sat. got to work sun.
posting this as Jungle drives is home....
Jungle shredding this log
beautiful views on top Squid Filter trail
another beautiful view on top Trophy Trail
Jungle on on gnar climb
KTM VIP parking
Trophy Trail biotch
Jungle zen moment
back at camp Jungle chatting with Armando
and Ralphy and Brian
Brian Exit and Rodger
Lucky Boy Mine
I laid in Clear Creek for a few minutes to cool down.
thanks to Jungle for driving and being a rad dude and a great rider.
Great pics!!! Looks greeeeat!!
Nice Pics! thanks for sharing.
btw. that was me at cold springs.
Nice pics and miniRR Charles, that was a beautiful view on top of the squid filter before you stuck your face in it!
While you boyz rode the eastside, we rode the westside, I got to ride all the stuff I missed out on last time.....here's the pics.
We staged at 5000' in the oak & cedar forest, Slowerthanu brought his badass 300, I brought the 525.
We met this cool hunter and his hounds.
the canyon side...you can see Sherman peak, left of center, under the cloud
the valley side
plenty of rocks.
and trees, yes the westside has trees!
this is the start of a bitchen downhill trail:eek1
great views! You could see all the way to the coastal range.
giant dandilions on the ridge trail
we rode single track for miles.....
from the top of the mountain into the foothills
and down further into the creek
we stopped at the creek to cool off and eat lunch:dg
the creek was flowing with nice cool, clear water.
the ridge we rode down
Team Dual Dogs were here....fifteen years ago.
It was another awesome day riding the Green hill.
No they didn't. I was there for three days riding.
You don't count.
Yeah, that's what I thought, Rearsteer and Excndez are both "good" ADV riders, get your story straight Jeff. It was you that bailed at the best part of the ride, you missed the all good stuff on Cedar and Rincon.:eek1