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Central Cal: Wilson's desert ride Jan 5th & 6th?

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:cry: Anyone from Central California planning on attending the Wilson's Motorcycles desert get together this weekend? They are calling it a Customer Appreciation Ride Weekend -

(from the Wilson's flyer 559-237-0215)

* February 5 & 6

* Sunday - Free barbecue & raffle

* Family riding

* Camping @ the Football Field or stay in Ridgecrest

* Lots of trails through the desert, see Burro Scmidt's Tunnel & historic town of Randsburg

MSR - ANSWER - Dunlop - FMF

5 miles south of Ridgecrest - Hwy 395 & Searles Station Road

Take CA-99 to 58 East / ca-58 to Exit 167 / To Bishop which is 14 North (Left Turn) / Approx 50 miles / Turn right 178 east to Inyo Kern / Approx 5 miles to Hwy 395 South / 1 Mile after the crossroad of Searles Station a Wilson's sign will be on the left side of the road on Hwy 395 / turn left on dirt road / dirt road will be 200ft before call box 395-73 / if you pass call bos 395-73 you missed dirt road turn.


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