McLean Creek (Southern Alberta) ride n camp May 12-14 2006

Discussion in 'Canada' started by machman, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. machman

    machman means well

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    Sorry for the double post since I also put this in the upcoming events forum...

    McLean Creek is apparently a great place to ride although I've never been there. There'll be riders of varying skill levels so no matter what or how you ride you'll have fun.

    Friday PM: arrive, BS, beer
    Saturday: ride, BBQ, BS, many more beer
    Sunday: ride?, depart

    any questions, just call me.

    Cheers,

    Courtney
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  2. machman

    machman means well

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    bump with details.

    McLean Creek is a well maintained OHV destination. It'll be crazy there the following long weekend so this'll be a good chance to relax, get some decent riding in, and meet some fellow riders, without having to put up with all the BS that'll come the weekend after.

    Depending on the number of people and skill levels we'll plan rides accordingly.

    Should be lots of fun for everyone.
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  3. Stand Up

    Stand Up Ride non-painted roads

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    This is McLean Creek campground the first week of May last year. The major roads were good, but off road will be muddy/icey. If you want to tour of the range roads around that area, I'll show you around.
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  4. machman

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    hmmmmmm, that DOES NOT look like fun...
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  5. Stand Up

    Stand Up Ride non-painted roads

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    We are looking at a ride to Cypress Hills on the AB Sask border. Should be dry? We will be gathering info - so stay tuned. No one has been there on bikes so input is always needed.
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