az1liner

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  1. Yo kids , we just did our annual run to blind Indian today and the other fun stuff the area has to offer , conditions were purely awsome after the storms last night, the #211 trail needs some activity , doesn't look like shes getting used too much , we kicked a bunch of rocks off ,broke some nasty dead branches , etc , still passable , the 1st uphill with switch backs has been storm washed exposing aggregate but thats not suck a bad deal ( traction was pretty good ) , she needs to see more riders ...put this on your agenda, grab some like minded trail hoppers and lets keep this trail fresh
  2. you have several to choose from , all are a little different from ea other canyon raceway in north peoria up by lake pleasant a.c.p. in buckeye behind the lewis prison ( has 2 tracks ) e.t motorsports in the east valley
  3. Ed, Due to the super dusty conditions from the tecate enduro previously held earlier last month we rescheduled until Feb hoping for precipitation , which makes the area over the top in epic proportions. Everything at RSV seemed to be just fine during the race .in the mean time we are content with mile markers,Prescott ,Bradshaw and a few amra events ...will report back when we return .
  4. If they are gonna but a dirt bike rider / racer on a cereal box should they change the name to : " WHEELIES" .....?
  5. Your correct , previous trips trained us to being firewood , being in the construction world allows us to pre build bundles of exotic lumber from around the globe for evening btu's
  6. Several of us are headed to rancho santa veronica from phoenix in December for 3 days of single track, I have not been to RSV in 5 years and have read some crappy reviews of the place , there will be 12 of us and don't want the group to have a bad experience , several from Canada , long haul for them , thus said who can chime in with recent experiences there , greatly appreciated Thanks in advance
  7. throwing this out there to all rocky mountain riders we had a group bail out on a taylor park trip coming up due to family emergency, we have a large cabin rented and have 4 beds available (1/2 a cabin)if anyone is interested , plan is to arrive friday mid day ( the 25th ) and stay thru monday am ,we are solid guys from 30 to 56 , no games , dopers , drinkers etc all b+ riders , we keep everyone together , anyone interested pm me and i can fill you in on more info on what we have planned , if you have never been , its pretty awsome there this time of year ,if your on thump yak , you know about colorado riding thanks
  8. throwing this out there to phoenix / az riders , had a group bail out on a taylor park trip coming up due to family emergency we have a large cabin rented and have 4 beds available if anyone is interested , plan is to leave thursday night at midnight ( the 24th ) and stay thru monday am , and drive home we are solid guys from 30 to 56 , no dumb shit games , dope, drinkers etc all b+ riders , we keep everyone together , anyone interested pm me and i can fill you in on more info on what we have planned , if you have never been , its pretty awsome there this time of year ,if your on thump yak , you know about colorado riding thanks
  9. Sounds like a 74 air cooled bultaco or a c.t 70 might be the better selection ... I know about fuel filters , but do you need to carry a spare fuel pump , o rings ,etc ??? I know carb bikes are way more reliable , but the future is here , there has to be feed back out there from previous recent trips unless there are satellite ktm / husky shops pooping up in say, Catalina, b.o l.a, Cocos, etc
  10. So basically just a helicopter loaded with a spare bike
  11. maybe this topic has been put out there before , thus said, and as these bikes ( husky and ktm ) have been out for awhile , what spare parts for the fuel injected bikes should one carry.as to not get stuck in the middle of Baja for a spectacular night of star gazing and sat phone texting fireside . Season is upon us...thanks in advance
  12. There are a few of us that are gonna take the opportunity to head up and support russ's charity ride, he's an awsome guy and his cause is off the charts cool, and it being a charity event , it's a write off for anyone who does this , he's right, that area offers up some good trail, going to leave wends night late to get there, then maybe ride some trail in tillamook as well ., see ya soon captain sherco
  13. i was in prescott on sunday at the lake it was about 3" on the ground , went into walker and up big bug mesa road to the look out ....14" on the ground and snowing ...i will ride snow covered single track , but not that deep sketchy enough on 3-4"...no one is hitting that stuff for awhile , and sunday and mondays storm ( today as well ) increased those numbers ...russ, i will get you up there brotha.....no pun intended....chill
  14. Arizona

    UPDATE: Here is the 411 from today, lots of water , 4 of us left bumble bee at 10 am, made it to cleator by 330 via turkey creek trail...all 9 crossings were very deep and the water is swift , every crossing attempt put one of us in the drink pretty good...like soaked to the helmet , warmed up in the bar for an hour , clouds getting dark so we pulled the plug and headed for the trucks....I'm sure bear creek, asterra and everything running off the mountain is flowing deep water , we encountered water 4ft deep , sweeping a rider off the bike, this place needs a few days to settle down and let the excess water run off.it was pretty sketchy in many areas