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  1. I have never heard of this. But I know that if you do a search and look at some of the travel trailer forums there seema to be a lot of info on all the different big trucks.
  2. Ralph (Jim) 1999 Yamaha wr400 plated trails 6 year old kfx50 Restaurant manager not yet
  3. Here a link to something I just saw on the news. Just a reminder to keep an eye on your stuff and lock it up best you can. Kinda makes you rethink the u lock storage down the street. http://www.kirotv.com/news/6875438/detail.html theives
  4. I am sorry I was not there. I had the time off but had to changes plans at the last minute due to work. I don't think that the big problem was Friday as it was super bowl. We had the worst week in 3 years at work. So I don't think it was because it was on Friday. What day was it last year? How many people showed up then? As for the Whatcom county guys and gals as well as local shops from here I guess your actions speak louder then words. To those who showed I salute you. To those who wish they could show but were there in spirit I salute you
  5. sorry about the last post guys I just washed my hands and cant do a thing with them
  6. I have a problem I wheel and i ride. The problem in pst has been you go a wheeling meeting you get listen to people that bash bikes i have sat thur the reverse. I have heard that smowmobilers bashing all the other groups. THE BOTTOM LINE IS WE NEED TO WORK TOGETHER PEOPLE NO MATTER WHAT WE RIDE OR DRIVE OR BOTH. If we dont in the end we all lose
  7. hey lynn nice to see you hope you can help us out alot
  8. Has anyone contacted the media yet now is the time i also think it would be helpful if we all brought our trucks,trailers,and all the associated toys that we use for our sport. we all paid taxes on them and have no benefit in our own back yard and some of that tax stayed here.
  9. Hey Guys could this be the case in Washington September 20, 2005 latimes.com : All-terrain tumult Off-roaders are being deprived of parks and funds, the state auditor charges. By Hugo Martín, Times Staff Writer IN a highly critical audit, the state auditor charges that a division of the California Department of Parks and Recreation has failed to properly plan for more off-road vehicle parks and has misused funds paid by riders of dirt bikes, all-terrain vehicles and four-wheel-drive trucks. The audit, which was prepared at the request of San Diego County lawmaker State Sen. Bill Morrow (R-Oceanside), focuses on problems in the department's Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division over the last few years. The division collects taxes and manages eight parks, from Rancho Cordova to Borrego Springs. ADVERTISEMENT State Auditor Elaine Howle concluded that division managers did not develop long-term plans to expand or add off-road parks. She also found money collected from off-road vehicle users was spent on projects that did not directly benefit them, although the state parks department disputes that. The report was released Aug. 17. Off-road vehicle advocates say the findings confirm their suspicion that officials in Sacramento have neglected the increasingly crowded dirt-bike parks and ignored complaints from riders. "We've been wronged pretty often," says Ed Waldheim, president of the 5,000-member California Off-Road Vehicle Assn. Waldheim and other off-road riders say state officials and environmental groups are biased against them because they consider the vehicles harmful to wildlife habitat. "They look at us like we are the abusers, but we are environmentalists ourselves,," says Val Henry of the California Assn. of 4 Wheel Drive Clubs. Roy Stearns, a spokesman for the parks and recreation department, acknowledges many of the problems identified in the audit. He says they began during Gov. Gray Davis' administration but are now being remedied by division Deputy Director Daphne Green, whom Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed in June 2004. "This report provides an instant laundry list of what she [Green] doesn't have to investigate and what she can jump right in and fix," Stearns says. Yet the audit exposes other troubles in the program, not the least of which is the fact that the seven commissioners on the governing board of the Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Division were unable to reach consensus in response to the findings. The state's off-highway vehicle program was launched in 1971 to provide state lands for off-road vehicle enthusiasts while protecting natural and cultural resources. The program is funded with gas tax money, registration fees and entrance fees to the state's off-highway vehicle parks. The budget for this year is $49.2 million. But off-road enthusiasts say, and the audit confirms, that the state has failed to add enough land to keep up with growing demand. The number of users at the parks has more than doubled in the last decade to about 3.8 million annually. The state's newest off-road vehicle recreation area — Heber Dunes, a 343-acre park in Imperial County — opened in 1998. Five of the parks opened in the 1970s. As a result, riders complain of crowded conditions and long commutes to reach the parks. "They haven't opened enough of these parks," says Jeff Biggs of Santa Barbara, who recently took his family riding at Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreational Area near Gorman. The audit says that the state has not gathered the information needed to plan and design new parks. Stearns says the data should be collected and analyzed by January. Meanwhile, he says, the state is considering opening two new off-road vehicle parks — an 11,000-acre site near Bakersfield and a 7,200-acre parcel near Riverside. The audit says the Riverside park will cost $27 million for 600 acres. The audit also says the state spent $3.6 million last year in off-highway vehicle funds on public lands not designated for widespread use of motorcycles, ATVs and four-wheel trucks. For example, the state spent some of the money at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Although that is not an off-road vehicle recreation area, Stearns says the expenditure is justified because Anza-Borrego has 420 miles of dirt roads where people ride motorcycles and street-legal four-wheel-drive trucks. The audit recommends that the Legislature clarify the law regarding spending of off-road vehicle money on lands that don't allow off-highway vehicles. Morrow, who requested the audit, says he will press the department to remedy problems identified in the document. "I assure you that this audit will not be forgotten," Morrow says.
  10. It all sounds great to me I would joina club, I would Pay a per use few, I would put in volunteer hours. I will not do anyof the above if i can not ride on my day off (i.e. weekdays) the whole world does not revolve around those of you who have weekends off. The whole idea of weekend only riding is just selfish and close minded.
  11. I am looking for family freindly week day riders for North Fork area of the Nooksack River in Whatcom county. I ride Mondays and some Tuesdays up there.
  12. E-Dogg is right. I have found that it is no different then doing a scratch bulit Harley or a kit car. Same procedure.
  13. The bikes were found in Baywood Park oon the Birchbay-lynden road. They were found 200 yards from a Blaine cops house. The tips are still coming in and the wheels of justice should be coming around soon
  14. Just another note did the hotel hqave cameras on the parking lot??????????
  15. A reward is how i got my stuff back but it was stolen by young adults. when the reward was offered they came runnin. we also made flyers for the stuff to. We basicaly did good ol fashion police work which generated tips for the police to work with. It all took 6 days to get the stuff back. Also look into the automobile (towing vehicles) policy as it might cover them. I found that mine don't but was offered an extra policy that covers them for an extra 12 bucks a month. If I had the insurance for the stuff it would cover repair cost up to replacment cost. I know none of this helps now but could save you from future scum bags ot at least keep down time a minium