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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Mister D, Oct 18, 2010.
I've had it since 2012 and have put 30K sMiles on it. It's an awesome bike for sure.
Of the 63 I have had Few have approached 30k on the odo
Bigfoot sighting at 2:50?
That looked glorious. Do you have a link to the tracks?
Rode 123 yesterday and 16 to sand gap. Was a great ride. My first on 123. Aside from hunters I had it to myself!
From the video, where is the rock overlook dam/waterfall?
Is the bottom half of that route the same as the Crystal Springs Ride in the Arkansas dual-sport guide?
Need to run this route
I’ve done something similar to Albert Pike - but this is more off road
I can send you the tracks in gpx format if you like.
Also, look at post #3409 in this thread for links to all the 3 trails posted. I have done all more than once and the longer one remains my favorite for a long day away from civilization.
That would be Shady Lake Dam off AR 64 a bit north of Mineola AR. Easy to find on Google Maps.
I am not familiar with the Crystal Springs Ride.
Thanks, I had it marked on Google Earth but didn't realize it was the same one.
That's a nice route! At 180 or so miles, a little lengthy for the wife, and also has some "iffy" places for her, too. (She really doesn't like natural creek crossings or mud holes.)
However, I think it looks like a fun loop. Wonder if it can be shortened, and in the process cut out some of the natural fords/mud holes as well? Also, we wound need to base out of Mena (Closer to where we livie.) Sound do-able? Last, is there gas and eats available out along the route?
Sounds like a two day adventure
What AR dual-sport guide? Where available? Thanks.
Well, we live only about 1 hour away from Mena. Not willing to spend the $$ for a motel/etc to make it a two day adventure. Was just wondering if it would be practical to trim the route to about 100 miles that still utilizes some of the same roads. Perhaps not.
No biggie. We've got good riding places we enjoy as is, but I'm/we're always interested in adding to our regional orbit.
That's funny! I like checking in on this forum from time to time because I love the area so much. I'm a route planner and explorer by heart so I love to see what other routes are out there. To my surprise I noticed a lot of stuff in your awesome video that I've ridden before. So I took your advice and went back and located post 3409 on page 171 to learn some new stuff, only to find it was one of my routes.