Old schoolers (and others) Invade! 600 dirty miles around the Olympic Penninsula

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Solo Lobo, Jul 23, 2008.

  1. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing Supporter

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    Teaser and place holder first post while we get our acts together....

    The facts -

    600+ miles, 480+(?) on dirt and gravel

    Old School
    Solo Lobo - R80G/S
    Wirespokes - R80G/S
    Stickerbush - R80G/S
    Myropa - R100GS
    WA. TArider - Transalp
    Coopville - Transalp

    New school
    2Trac - Dr650
    BajaDave - KTM 640
    Hoder - Husky
    Atomicfuze - R1200GSA

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  2. wa.tarider

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    Once again I had a great time. :clap Thanks to you Solo and Baha Dave for all his hard "work" putting together the tour. Sorry I wasn't there on the last night but had a nice ride home.
    Norm
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  3. Wirespokes

    Wirespokes Beemerholics Anonymous

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    There was a superb view of snow capped Mt Olympus off to the right, but somehow the photo shows my bike with the hint of a mountain in the background. Here we were waiting for the tough guys who chose to ride the impossible route - little did we realize they'd chickened out and were chowing down in town as we attempted to stay cool in the shade.
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  4. Putts

    Putts Gettin' there.

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    Suweeet! The ride that I had hopes of going on, and now I can ... or as close as I can get without going!

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  5. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing Supporter

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    There's always next year Putts, start planning now :thumb
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  6. ORexpat

    ORexpat Oregon Expatriate Supporter

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    Love the Olympics! Done a fair amount of hiking there before I was Born Again to Motorcycles. Have a retirement house in Silverdale :cry and can't wait to get back. :clap
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  7. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing Supporter

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    OK, the appointed ride reporter (fuzey!) hasn't jumped in yet so here's another little tickle.. ever see an old growth stump that slid down a hill landing dead-center on the road? Now you have :evil

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  8. atomicfuze

    atomicfuze Been here awhile

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    <p> First I'd like to thank Gage for organizing this trip, he is a top notch rider and he was great to hang out with. Thanks to Baja Dave for his great Griptwister GPS Routes. Mike, Mike, Dave, Mark, John, Norm &amp; Terry you are all excellent riders and you made the trip that much more enjoyable with your generosity and camaraderie.</p>
    <p>As Gage said in the first post this was a trip around Olympics with around 500 miles of &quot;Unpaved Roads&quot; and even some of the paved roads were challenging.</p>
    <p>In no way does my ride report even come close to describing the amazing riding we experienced. You just have to ride it for yourself and if you do buy the Griptwister Tour which will give you all the GPS routes you need to do it. Get it here.</p><br>Just before leaving the house to meet up with Gage in Port Gamble.<br />
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    Meeting up at Logger's Landing in Quilcene WA.<br />
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    Our first stop to get a break from the dust.<br />
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    <p>Another stop to have a snack and take a leak.<br />
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    Meeting of the BMW minds.<br />
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    I love the way dirt looks on my black rims.<br />
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    A stop for water and snacks at Shadow Mountain campground store by Lake Crescent.<br />
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    A quick stop by Lake Crescent to take in the view.<br />
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    I don't remember the name of this campground but we got this little plateau, overlooking the Straight of Juan De Fuca and Vancouver Island, all to ourselves.<br />
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    One of many Eagles we saw of our 4 day adventure.<br />
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    John tried to light this fire...<br />
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    and light this fire...<br />
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    and light this fire...<br />
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    Hmmmmm how am I going to light this fire...<br />
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    Blow on it?<br />
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    Ah camp fuel will do the trick!<br />
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    Satisfaction at last.<br />
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    In the morning everything was soaked, and I made fun of Norm for covering his bike.<br />
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    Somebody's grumpy in the morning.<br />
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    Terry's morning ritual.<br />
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    This would be the last electricity we would see so luckily I charged my phone.<br />
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    This is my first experience with Freeze Dried food and it was pretty good I must say.<br />
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    Drying out the rain flys.<br />
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    John had enough starting fires so he split morning of day 2.<br />
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    We rode back and forth across this spot like 3 times trying to find our way.<br />
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    Is this thing on?<br />
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    This would be one of many Road Closed signs that we would come across but in this case they meant it.<br />
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    Gage and Mike survey the road and sure enough it's closed.<br />
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    Up in higher elevations we can see for many miles and boy was it beautiful.<br />
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    This was one of my favorite areas of the trip. We ended up back tracking due to some slides but I definitely want to get back there soon to explore some more.<br />
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    Mark's bike had an issue where some kind of air intake plug fell out of the head. Terry to the rescue formed a tin can to fit the hole. Also to his credit Gage had almost the exact plug in his bag of tricks but it didn't quite fit.<br />
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    More spectacular views.<br />
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    Mark's plug held tight riding the trails.<br />
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    One our first major washouts but we all made it through now problem.<br />
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    Day 2 camping at Upper Clear Creek Campground. We were the only ones there at a beautiful spot next to the river.<br />
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    My tent was about 15-20 feet from the river and the sound of the river made for great sleeping.<br />
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    Mark called his trip done here since he had a tin can stuck in his head. He stayed and did some fishing.<br />
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    <br / The bridge leaving the campground Day 3.<br />
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    We made a loop around Lake Quinalt and this was one of the many moss covered trees.<br />
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    The river feeding Lake Quinalt.<br />
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    Norm took off here after losing his goggles.<br />

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    After riding for awhile we came across some downed trees. There were more than five trees down across the road and so we had to turn back here and find a different way.<br />
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    Baja Dave joins the trip. <br />
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    <p>Baja Dave brings us to this awesome campground (AKA Sewer Hole) right on Wynoochee Lake. The other Dave takes a bath.<br />
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    Terry relaxing in a stump chair checking out the lake with some chips. Terry can I have a chip?<br />
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    Baja Dave with his endless energy gathered up some wood and started a blazing fire.<br />
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    Wynoochee Lake in the morning Day 4.<br />
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    It was foggy all morning until we got high enough above the clouds.<br />
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    Above the clouds.<br />
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    Getting my GSA around this big root ball that decided to block the trail.<br />
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    Terry making it look easy.<br />
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    This was like the third dirt mount we came upon in a very short distance. This one had a big ditch in the middle of it.<br />
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    <p>It's hard to tell how deep it was but you can kinda see by the angle of my bike.<br />

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    <p>A really tall bridge in the Shelton area. Baja Dave hucks this stick to see how long it takes to hit the ground. I took 3 pictures and my camera takes forever to recycle.<br />
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    <p>Baja Dave points out this bike at the bottom of the gorge which prompts a story about a sidecar in a similar situation somewhere in Europe I think.<br />
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    Dave looks like he is in deep thought.<br />
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    <p>Sorry it's my bike again :-)<br />
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    We make it to Hood Sport for some lunch at a great little place. Everyone is pretty exhausted by now including me. We all discuss doing the last part of the journey which is about another 80 miles of dirt roads.<br />

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    Mike and I decide to do the last section and say goodbye to Gage, Mike, Dave &amp; Terry.<br />
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    The views above the Hood Canal are awesome despite the cloud cover.<br />
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    The riding is some of the best of the trip! with some amazing obstacles to come.<br />
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    Just enough room to get by.<br />
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    This area had much more water than other areas of the trip. I guess it's on the wet side of the Olympics.<br />
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    One big road block! This is one obstacle that we believe has beaten us. Mike and I talk it over and survey the site. <br />
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    <p>(It's hidden but beneath all that growth on the left is about a 50-100 ft drop into a river.)<br />
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    Here is Before.<br />
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    Here is After!<br />
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    Mike riding the edge.<br />
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    We truly felt like Adventure Riders after this job. I thank Mike for making it so much fun, we felt triumphant after defeating this wall of rocks.<br />
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    This picture is for Mike he said he has been wanting to ride this powerline trail for some time.<br />
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    Back home!<br />

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  9. wa.tarider

    wa.tarider transalper

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    {little did we realize they'd chickened out}
    I wouldn't say we chickened out. I for one didn't think getting my 500 lb bike over boulders like the local guy said he'd have to, sounded like fun. Going back down the paved road was very much fun. So maybe we won't split up next time.
    How was the ride from Quinault to the end?
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  10. dentedvw

    dentedvw Where did I put that

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    Awesome! Great trip it looked like.
    Thanks!
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  11. GB

    GB . Administrator Super Moderator Super Supporter

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    What a great ride!! Thanks for the report and pics :thumb
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  12. 2Track

    2Track Been here awhile

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    Yeah, I didn't see any Chickens either... Great pic's Brian! It was fun closing out Route A with you. Power line access next eh? Can you fit the 1200 under gates? :D[FONT=&quot]
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  13. GSgal

    GSgal Been here awhile

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    Fantastic report... thanks! :clap
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  14. myropa

    myropa Adventurer

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    Great report Brian. Good riding with you. And the rest of the team. And a team we were!! Even if it took most of the team to get one little fire going. Live better through Chemistry I say...

    Myropa
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  15. Birdmove

    Birdmove Long timer

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    Did any of you ride ride the logging road/forest service roads above Lake Cushman? I used to ride up there when I was in high school(class of '72)? Nice views from up there. Oh yeah, I seemed to have noticed a distinct lack of KLRs?

    Jon in Puyallup
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  16. atomicfuze

    atomicfuze Been here awhile

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    We rode by Lake Cushman and kept heading north.

    We ran into a guy on a KLR (If I remember correctly it was a KLR) around this area just NorthEast of Forks.
    [​IMG]

    I don't think we ran into any other off-road riders the whole 4 days.
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  17. wa.tarider

    wa.tarider transalper

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    Brian, you did real well with the pics and report. Wish I could have made the last part. It was good to see how well you handle the big GS.
    Norm
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  18. Chanderjeet

    Chanderjeet IndiYeah !!

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    What an awesome report. Really enjoyed it. thanks for sharing.
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  19. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing Supporter

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    Nice job Brian! I have a few shots to add.... can't wait to do it again next year! :D
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  20. atomicfuze

    atomicfuze Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the compliments Norm, watching you ride makes me want a Transalp!

    Maybe we can do some of the routes again someday soon.

    Thanks Chanderjeet.
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