Jump to content

PNWoods

Members
  • Content Count

    15
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Location
    Washington

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Do you guys typically run matching tires, or do you ever find a reason to run something different up front?
  2. Thanks, I'll definitely take these things into consideration as I start looking for fall/winter gear and new bike equipment.
  3. Err. Posted in wrong discussion, not sure how to delete post. Moved to general discussion.
  4. Curious question for the die hards or dedicated who frequent Walker Valley during the rainy months in the PNW. What have been your experiences, what trails should you avoid (I.e. Slippery brick sloped trails, deep puddles, flooding areas...). Also curious in what gear, equipment, tires do you either swap to during fall/winter or rely on more. Also are there any other trail systems other than walker that you use more during fall/winter (east Washington?) For ref: I started riding woods late spring, and new to the area.
  5. Curious question for the die hards or dedicated who frequent Walker Valley during the rainy months in the PNW. What have been your experiences, what trails should you avoid (I.e. Slippery brick sloped trails, deep puddles, flooding areas...). Also curious in what gear, equipment, tires do you either swap to during fall/winter or rely on more. Also are there any other trail systems other than walker that you use more during fall/winter (east Washington?) For ref: I started riding woods late spring, and new to the area.
  6. Bottom Line: If you own an mx bike, and are interested in riding trails RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG! They are as good as you are a rider, and most definitely better than a bad rider on a "trail bike". Fact of the matter is, you are probably and hopefully riding with a friend or small group and guess what... You start together you finish together, there are no trophies. Now if you are riding competively, then you probably already have the answers you need.
  7. I'm fairly new to off road riding and inched my way into the sport with a blue tarp yz250 special. I didn't and wouldnt want to spend the money on a "trail" focused bike because I did not know what I wanted or needed. With a summers worth of riding, I'm happy how MY bike performs, sure in some areas it's more difficult than other bikes but so is wasting money on the wrong bike, and above all being an unskilled rider. So to all the people you may be speaking on, perhaps they are just as happy on their bike as you, or learning what's what, or perhaps they do trails and mx. Live and let live, we are all out there to enjoy ourselves and get away from the daily grind.
  8. Big thanks to @Beta300recat for waiting around for me as I was a little late today (Tulalip traffic). It was an absolute blast today and looking forward to the next one. Hopefully this group gets some momentum and we can build on today's 2 man adventure. I'll be editing some gopro video and hosting on YouTube, once its done I'll share the links here. Thanks again for taking the time out to put this this small club together.
  9. I'm planning on taking off from the lot around 1-130p Sunday, was going to go solo but would be nice to meet some new people who are also familiar with the area
  10. I'm fairly new to dirt, been riding crotch rockets on track days for a number of years in socal but I can hold my own lol. I restored a 1989 Yz250. I've done about 100miles of walker trails from jam to centennial and a number of them in between, I didn't expect to fall in love as much as I did but the woods have stolen my heart lol
  11. Just joined TT after reading articles for sometime. I'm somewhat new to PNW and dirt riding but I can hold my own. Looking for some nice people to ride with up at WV figured a club might be the best place to start. anyone riding this Sunday b4 labor day?
×
×
  • Create New...