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  1. Had Two tires mounted a while back at Canyon Honda-- $16 ish each tire while I waited . Great service Dept over there!
  2. This time of year anything above 6000' is a good place ta ride
  3. Skull Valley, tell us more sounds interesting????? Trails open as well !! http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/prescott/news/2006/releases/0706-stage-1-fire.pdf
  4. Tom , yea My bike is not plated nor resembles street legal in any way, so just checking. Any ride this time of year out of the valley is appealing as the temps are a bit warm down here now. As the PNF is now open I'll let ya know if I can get in on a run in the future. Thanks for the info!!
  5. Ok Camp woods it is , Fri eve- Sat day PM for details
  6. Forest Closures Reduced On Coconino National ForestFor Immediate Release July 6 , 2006 Contact: Connie Birkland 928-203-7505 Flagstaff- Beginning Friday morning July 7, 8:00 am, the Coconino National Forest will lift most area closures; however, “Stage I” fire restrictions remain in place. This means no campfires or charcoal grills except within a developed recreation site and no smoking other than in an enclosed vehicle, building or developed recreation site. Closures in effect: Brins Fire area, north of Sedona and along Oak Creek Canyon. Manzanita Campground, Encinoso Day-Use Picnic Area and the Oak Creek Visitor Center. National Forest access to Oak Creek and parking along Highway 89A north of Midgely Bridge to the entrance of Slide Rock State Park. Grasshopper Point will remain open. This closure and public safety alert will remain in place during the monsoon season given the potential for rock and debris slides from the Brins fire area. Individuals traveling through Oak Creek Canyon need to be aware of dangerous rock and debris slides given significant monsoon rains (1/2 inch or greater). Opening most areas of the Coconino National Forest is a result of higher humidity and scattered rain showers across the forest. “Rain that has fallen over the past few days has reduced the fire danger to ‘High’, however because we are still in high fire danger we feel that it is necessary to continue campfire and smoking restrictions,” said Bruce Greco, Fire Management Officer for the Coconino National Forest. Forest officials will continue to monitor forest conditions and will announce the lifting of campfire and smoking restrictions as soon as conditions warrant.
  7. Riding Fri eve- Sat.day Up north location TBA (Prescott NF camp woods area / Coconino NF Munds park area) , Extreme easy pace, forest roads, easy "C" level trails, ... Casual or new riders this is the ride ... lets go!!
  8. Tom , do you have to be plated / street legal for your route ??
  9. Coconino NF already reopened , Prescott NF re-opens Fri - 7- @ 8:00 AM whoo hoo heading North for riding this weekend!!
  10. In the valley now however a few years back was living in up North when the big Rodeo fire hit. Got evacuated the whole nine yards. Scary seeing it on the horizon at night when It was still 30 miles away and watching it for a week getting closer every day. ..Human caused ...
  11. Yup sorry to have misled , I should have said the area's that were mentioned above with the newly posted no trespassing sings are now closed
  12. TRUE , area now closed