CoTrail Rider-Crf230

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  1. These organizations are our representative. We are there back bone and there strength. Without our support they will eventually lose. we don't want that to happen...do we? The only way we can win these battle is this...get involve with local clubs, write a letters to the FS, state government, let your voice hear, let them know we are serious about our sport. If every dirtbikers do their part....The national organization like the BBR, they can fight harder with our support. Without our support, why should they? what is the reason they should fight hard without our support? And beside, when you involved you feel much happier, becauce you took part in them. Sorry about my English.
  2. What kind of bike do you own? How much do you spend money on yout bikes? Too bad...your bike have to sit in the garage in the future because you don't have pleces to ride...Oh, well. :thumbsup:
  3. You were at the Golden Fleece Mine. This trail to the summit of Elbert is hardist (class 2 classic) route to climb. It's requred climb two other summit before you can reach the mian summit 14, 433 feet. If you really want to go up Mt. Elbert, I recomand hike the trail on foot from South Mount Elbert trailhead. 11 miles, which you'll climb 4,850 feet to the summit. This route is easiest route on Elbert. Any of the 14ers mountains in Colorado you'll just have to do that on foot. Except Pikes Peak and Mt. Even. And make sure you take warm weather clothes and alot of water and do not wear jean, start early and leave summit by no later then noon.
  4. Yes, you can ride most FR that area to the certain point. When you see trailhead sign you'll need to park your motorcycle and walk to the top, well... most of the case. And than there's always exception. I think, you rode part of Echo Canyon trail. The Echo Canyon trail start at 10,000 feet and provides access to Elbert's South West side. The 4X4 road ends at the Golden Fleece Mine at 12,700 feet, beyone this point motorized vehicles is not allowed. It's very dangurous and not rideble from this point. I am one of those volunteer people doing trails maintanance works around Colorado 14ers Mountains, so I climbed a lot of Colorado high mountains.
  5. The Engineer & Cinnamon passes and most of Alpine loop and side trails are open. I rode there three weeks ago.
  6. There 5 trails you can access Mt. Elbert. From South Half moon trailhead, North, Mt, Massive traildhead, Black Cloud trailhead, Echo Canyou trailhead and South Mt, Elbert trailhead, but none of these trails are open to motorcycle or atv to the summit.
  7. There no need plated if you are riding from CR 438 which near by Diamond Mine, but if you are riding from the town of Leadvill you do need bike plated.
  8. Mt. Bross is not accessble, either by foot or moto any longer this time, because due to land onwership isuess.
  9. Most of the Colorado 14ers peaks are not access by moto or the mt bike. we need keep that way as is. There is good reason. If you want to go all the way to the top...please do so with your feet. Pikes Peak you can ride up all the way to the summit but you'll need to have a license Plate on your bike.
  10. I am a killer! In the past, I've killed dear, coyotes, snakes, thousand grasshoppers, and ten thousand bugs!!! I hate killing things, but sometime it seems can't help myself! The last weekend, I ran over really pretty snake with my bike. I'd felt really bad...
  11. I also ride crf230, and I love my bike and I practiced a lot over the year and half how to pick it up. I think, I've been practiced enough picking up heavy bike, so I am ready to move up to next level...to CRF450X!
  12. 2008 Honda CRF450X.
  13. DRZ, can't belive you mentioned that 4 letter word either....by the way it's spelled Kwad and I only use them for traction. ************** It seemed to me these dates said they were saying "I can't do that at my age." Being a primitive male primate I thought it might be a hormonal, age related thing. Probably would have been hooked on riding if they had only tried, but nooo. Definitely need to find an adventurous, thrill seeking type lady. Anyone know Jen, the Salty Salomander (or something like that) who's only 3'6"tall? Last I heard she had 4 or 5 bikes, and can't see over the handlebars on any of them. Rides all the time and doesn't whine. Good little rider. Used her as a kickstand once. Need more like her. Velo expressed my plans well, teach them around the campsite to do figure 8's, clutch/brake technique, starting/stopping on hills, wheelies, stoppies, fetch beers, etc Get em in shape and then take them to the 5 Miles of Hell. If they survive then they're a keeper. Any comments? Anyone know Jen, the Salty Salomander (or something like that) who's only 3'6"tall? Last I heard she had 4 or 5 bikes, and can't see over the handlebars on any of them. Rides all the time and doesn't whine. Good little rider. Used her as a kickstand once. Need more like her. Velo expressed my plans well, teach them around the campsite to do figure 8's, clutch/brake technique, starting/stopping on hills, wheelies, stoppies, fetch beers, etc Get em in shape and then take them to the 5 Miles of Hell. If they survive then they're a keeper. Any comments? Ya, Jen & her husband will has 9 or 10 bikes all together. Jen, she is maybe tiny, but she can kicks your and other guys asses far as riding goes. She's an awesome rider. And she is my friend and they live only couple of blocks away from me. Anyway, old age is nothing to do with anything. It dosen't matter how old they are, you cannot teach someone if they are not interested in riding for themself. I am almost 46 and people telling me that I am still looks like in early 30's. Heck, I teach and prctice myself these stuff for my own benefit, so that I can have more fun and be better rider...except fetching the beers. I don't do that for no body, you can fetch your own beers. Then again I rarely drinks any kinds of alcohol beverages. I know a few women who ride occasionally (a few times a year) and they asked me to go ride with them in the past but I said no thanks. Well, they are one of those girly girls who likes to whine about everything, you know, things like, it's too hard, it's too hot, I can't picked up my bike, or I broke my nails, etc. I much rather ride alone than taking care of the fragile lady.
  14. This post make me giggles It never has been an issues for me. I guess, because I am an Asian woman and I have a natural tan skin, black hair and brown eyes. Although I am fairly lighter skin compared to my own kind. A good luck everyone on your tanning project.
  15. If you are comfortable with your bike and yourself, I don't see why not. Since, I am a single woman, without boyfriend or husband, I ride alone in the woods trails, but I do paid extra attention to my surrounding. I am pretty comfortable riding alone.