Rut Row

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  1. how comfortable is that? Love the height
  2. Maryland has a new trail in western MD. Please take advantage of the new riding opportunities at the St. John's Rock ORV facility. Get the details here:
  3. saw a rumor that the 250 XT would be offered in the US in '18
  4. hows you how up to date I am.
  5. I'm planning on buying a Beta XT late 2018. If they did go to EFI, I'd wait to get one. If KTM adds oil injection, I could go either way.
  6. I'm in the market for next year and it would be a 390 or smaller
  7. that or a Beta 250RR. Also like the Beta 390.
  8. hello DAMN Rider - you know me as Rut Row
  9. what have you done to your Xtrainer to get ready for this trip? I'm looking hard at one myself.
  10. closest I can come right now. Hope to be buying another dirt bike next year.
  11. The new St John's Rock ORV trails are open. See Cost is $9. Not real tight but not for beginners either. Pretty rocky but flows nicely. All trails at 2-way.
  12. HOT! APB on all OHV peeps in southern MD! I need you at this meeting! see http://news.maryland...on-information/ The DNR is conducting their 5-year review of the State's recreation and trails plan. For the first time ever, OHVs will be part of their plan. I am the sole PHV rep on the committe and I need your help! The meeting below is the first of 4 meetings. The others will be during the first week of March. I'll post more when I have dates. Get the word out and show up! Southern Marylanders Asked to Provide Recreation Information Who: Open to the Public What: Regional Stakeholder Outdoor Recreation Evaluation When: Tuesday, February 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. Where: Prince George’s County Dept. of Parks & Recreation (Parkside Headquarters) Auditorium 6600 Kenilworth Avenue, Riverdale 20737 Cost: Free The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is asking citizens ─ especially those in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Prince Georges and St. Mary’s counties ─ for their input on State outdoor recreation facilities and services in Southern Maryland. This recreation evaluation is the first step in a comprehensive statewide effort to enhance existing recreation areas in Maryland, these include; State parks, forests, wildlife areas and trails. DNR will ask participants to assess the extent to which outdoor recreation facilities, programs and services meet the needs of the community and identify future demand and need. This is the first of four regional stakeholder sessions DNR will hold across the State in February and March 2013. The public input will help guide the update of the Maryland Land Preservation and Recreation Plan, which will serve as a roadmap for future State outdoor recreation facilities and services. The Department has hired a nationally-known parks and recreation management consulting firm, GreenPlay, LLC, to oversee the Recreation Component of this planning process.
  13. but there are advantages--I'm 6'5". My custom Renazco seat makes the overall seat height 39" and very, very few people ask to borrow it! No boneheads wrecking my bike
  14. Maryland

    Wind O'Neil of the MX Council is doing a fabulous job on the DNR stakeholders group representing the MX riders. As the WATR and DAMN Riders representative, I (along with Mike Twigg of Twigg Cycles and Randy Beeman of Western MD Trail Riders) are pushing for much larger riding areas--the Hatfield/McCoy type of areas. Although we are all pushing for more riding, we are not all focused on the same type of riding as a goal. I like and support Wind but I encourage you to join a club or association affiliated with your type of riding. Your (and our) voice is much stronger that way.