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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Cannonshot, Feb 2, 2011.
In my neck of the woods (iron mountain/crystal falls) we haven't had much snow and its been unseasonably warm this week. I'm sure we'll get our march blizzard, but I'm predicting the woods will be dried up very early this spring.
B~ I'll take a weekend or mid-week of that if you can fit me in. Well maybe not the really deep deep stuff but those whoop sections were great...
Just took an inventory of stuff I have prepared for this season to date. I'll be working on some more stuff as we go along. Some of these will allow a couple of options from a single assembly area including DS and single track and novice or advanced. Should be a lot of decent riding oportunities for some folks and a lot of fun. It is nice to know that so many are available during the week as well.
i would be interested in the SLOWER PACE , MILDER RIDE . would it be suited to bigger bikes?? also interested in the canada ride,if suited to bigger bikes and depending on how technical it's going to be. i hope the canada ride is based close to THUNDER BAY , ONTARIO. we have tons of logging roads and trails. with the lumber industry pretty much all gone ,these roads have very little traffic. it would make for some good riding , i think
Very cool. I grew up snowmobiling and really enjoyed it.
I'd be all over some of these rides if I still had a plated bike.
I think it would be great to come along on any of your rides. I'd likely take a mid-week or possibly a weekend if there's a slot for me (maybe same time as c-zulu if that works out; though he may deny it, he actually does know me).
I'd lean toward "advanced" but, hell, I'll ride anything I can as long as the scenery is good (the history stuff is great!) Long days in the saddle are fine. If you're doing any grouping by bike types, my ride is a KLX250S.
"Those who buy hunting, fishing and ORV licenses and snowmobile trail permits online will soon see improvements to the E-License system (www.mdnr-elicense.com), as the Department of Natural Resources and Environment begins revamping the license-buying experience with upgrades to E-License."
Those who make the UP rides will usually need one of the ORV stickers on their bike. In the past these sold for $16.25, but I think they are going to be around $30.50 this year.
2011 stickers go on sale 1 Mar 11. Best to buy them on-line rather than at a vendor as the sticker bought on line is more durable.
Still an excellent value, imho.
I know I'll be paying it...
Good info, thanks. I might have forgotten and did not know there was a difference.
Hey Buddy, plug me in to the system for a few rides! It would be great to see some of the guys again.
Let me know if you are coming down for the Mondo talk/presentation on the 6th. It should be interesting. Maybe Chris would be interested.
Added four more ride loops - three on the east side. Need to proof three of these.
Hey Bryan, Would be most interested in the weekend rides. We have DRZ e models. are used to Mi. sand. My daughter gets here license march 7th... Thanks in ADV ! Dave
Good to know Cannon. East end rides work best for me since I'm coming from West Michigan.
I am interested in the Newbie/Slower paced rides. Any reason to get out and ride the dual sport.
Weekends work best but some weekdays could also work for me.
Thanks for putting this together.
2011 Michigan ORV license on sale now.
Still $16.25 for 2011. I guess the increase didn't take.
That means more BEER money!!!!!!
Hey Cannon, put me down for some weekend rides and maybe a few weekday ones too. My main goals for this year are completing the TAT ride I started last year, going from Moab to the Coast, and the BMWMOA rally in PA in July. I'll have to schedule the local rides around those. Sounds like a fun summer coming up!!
Thanks for posting this! We ordered ours today