southern oregon rides?

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by gnomerider, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. gnomerider

    gnomerider n00b

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    Looking for people interested in hitting some back roads and covering some ground.
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  2. acesandeights

    acesandeights Noob

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    What do you ride, how fast, dirt, gravel, paved and are you looking for miles or adventure? Have you ridden up Carberry and over to Little Sturgis Fork or Creek or whatever it's called? I can't remember now. Might be too wet and nasty now, don't know, but nice ride around the woods.
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  3. Handy

    Handy Sunburnt

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    That sounds like code for some sort of gay meet-up. I think I'll pass.
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  4. Voidrider

    Voidrider Been here awhile

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    Maybe someday. I haven't had much of a chance to ride this last year. Now as the weather is getting cold and crappy I am finding more time to ride.

    Don't have a dual sport bike (yet), but I have a project underway. It might be some time before I get it all together though.

    I'm over in Klamath Falls, but sure miss the Rogue Valley were I grew up...Oregon is supposed to be green dammit!
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  5. wibby

    wibby BrotherFromAnotherMother

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    I'm sure it is if ol Assburger is gonna be there :evil
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  6. Scott_PDX

    Scott_PDX Leisure Engineer

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    With a handle with the word "handy" in it, I wouldnt' be throwing out gay rumors. :norton

    Plus the new guy wants to meet some local riders, why you gotta piss on his request? Of course, you'll pass, your in freakin Nampa, which last time I checked is like 600 miles from Applegate valley.
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  7. Handy

    Handy Sunburnt

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    Just joshin' around there fella:huh
    Angry much? You weren't by chance in a mall yesterday were you?
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  8. wachs

    wachs just passin' through

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    I'd sure like to figure out some S.OR routes to Mt Shasta area.
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  9. HellsAlien

    HellsAlien a has-been that never-was

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    Gotta find a way around the Siskiyou Wilderness Area, maybe south end to Klamath River drainage, I have not ridden through there. Many choices south of the Marble Mtns. Need better maps of that area, start with a Cali Benchmark map book. Ask Santa for one!
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  10. shasta650

    shasta650 Been here awhile

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    Great route from Mt Ashland west,many miles of amazing ridge riding,sorta follows the PCT. Various routes to Seid Valley on the Klamath river (gas/store). South up over Lake mtn,awesome lookout, over to the Scott river,down to Scott Bar,up MillCrk rd to Fort Jones (gas etc.) up Scarface rd toGazelle just N. of Mt Shasta We do a 2 day Loop thru this area ,many variations ,logging and F.S. dirt rds All good Great views,lookouts, swimmin holes blah blah !!! We use Bencmark and F.S.maps
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