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Anybody ride and know this area? Looks like there should

many great Trails in the BLM lands...

I ride a lot of the BLM land (and Siskyou NF) in the

GrantsPass area, but most is still technically still closed

for "Fire Season". It tends to be drier in the GrantsPass

area and dont open as early in the Fall as Douglas County.

Just looking for more Nice Single Track area to ride while

its still closed further south...

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rankstr posted:

Loc: Douglas Co. Oregon

Special meeting in Rsbg. Or.

All Off-Road and Dual Sport Riders

Wed.Sept.29,6:30 pm

Round Table Pizza,Rsbg.

There will be a informal gathering of dirt bike riders to learn about new off-road riding areas.

Wayne Brady of the US Forest Service,and Greg Morgan from the BLM office will be speaking.

They will have maps of the new Or. State riding areas and will be talking about some of these areas. this will be a important meeting and we need to have a good turn out.

:cry:

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Sorry, cant make it. Was just near there at the Big K

(Elkton) this last wknd w/some of the ETRAers doing trail

work. Never been there b4. Dont race, but was just up

helping them out and Bench Race etc...

Much of our riding is BLM land that is Not part of an

official ORV area. Many ORV areas (especially the newer

ones) tend to be Highways IMO-and not challenging enough.

Example, if you've been to Prospect-(Very Beautiful area-

with Awesome Potential)-you know that the 100+mi. Trail

system the FS touts is mostly logging road and with a few

mi. of Quad trails thrown in. Very few mi. of actual

single track makes up the "Offical" trail system. And what

single track there is is widely scattered and requires

MUCH logging road to connect.

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about the only place it sounds like you would want to ride is on the calahans , you would want to get off I-5 an garden valley exit and head west ( just pm me and i will try to draw you a map). There are lots of single trails and pretty much whatever you want to ride .

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there's a lot of good trails up on boomer hill....

About 1 mile north of Myrtle Creek off of I-5 :cry:

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about the only place it sounds like you would want to ride is on the calahans , you would want to get off I-5 an garden valley exit and head west ( just pm me and i will try to draw you a map). There are lots of single trails and pretty much whatever you want to ride .

:cry:

Thanks nwjohn! you have a pm

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