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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by PNW Buttercup, Aug 13, 2010.
Bluemtnridr, I'm sorry to learn about you losing your wife. My condolences.
I've been wearing CTi braces since the 90s, so know them well. I have to stay off the dirt bike for 2021, but approved for the Avetnture bike.
If for any reason the first offer does not work out I have room for your rig. I am 4 miles north of Fairchild. 11 miles from the airport.
And you can come visit YOUR bike any time you want.
Careful Tim I may show up...... With my sleeping bag and pillow.
You seen the shop, there's room.
Hahahaah!! Oh Tim! Good one. Thats you alright. FYI.. I was cruising through the farm area across from my house and sitting there in a new open pole building is a YZ 250 or 400. Oldschool monoshock but aluminum swing arm. I put my feelers out there inquiring. Bought new so original owner owns it so its been around a long time. I hope to score it! Cheers 2 stroke STUD!
Pictures? Old school monorocker?
Not yet. I spotted it and got outta car to look then left. Talked to his son later on.
Hey guys, sorry if off topic but was wondering if there are any good trails or forest roads within 30 min of Spokane y’all could recommend for a quick 2 hour-ish ride. I’ve been out to ORV park and it was alright but looking for some good dirt. Just moved to Spokane a couple weeks ago.
What kind of bike and your skill level?
Hey all, I have a garmin gps 62s that when I pull up an archived track it turns off. I believe it is a corrupted file that I cannot delete. Are any of you good with garmins or know someone who is that can delete the track and get my garmin to operate correctly? I have performed factory resets and hooked it up to the computer to delete the file but have had no success so far. It works fine as long as I dont archive any tracks and then try to use them from the archive database.
DRZ400. I’d say I’m an intermediate rider. I’ve ridden lots of miles and some on pretty technical terrain.
Literally a ton of riding in the area and even better stuff just a little further out. Keep your eyes posted on this thread. We advertise local rides all the time. Now that the apocalypse is nearly over we may start to have breakfast, lunch or dinner get togethers where you can meet the natives and discuss rides. Some of us, myself included, are headed to Enterprise Oregon for the Wallowa Jamboree.
Will do, thanks! Just found this site and looking forward to doing some rides.
@Ledz08 Welcome to the mess!!! Like @dirtystevedirt Said watch this forum and soon someone will post up a ride. Lots of riding around the area Washington Colville Forest and Idaho Forest have miles of riding. Look at the PANTRA web site and click the "where to ride" tab that will get you started. Also try to make some of the rides that get posted up here, Lots of good people on this forum.
You are in for a treat. Canfield over in Idaho is a great starting point. Endless numbers of dirt roads to explore in every direction you choose. Within an hour and a half is the Idaho BDR out of Wallace. Hoodoo mtn, priest lake, Sullivan, Tacoma Creek, hardest choices are which one….and which bike!