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  1. Hey all.... I am from the Lehigh Valley (Catasauqua) and i picked up a DRZ this year. I love it. A buddy I work with rides one and rides MX, even has a track on his property. But we have families and dont have schedules that mix so we do a lot of our own thing and I need to find some more people to ride with. I've been riding up to the trails just past Kovatch outside Nesqehoning and having a blast. I am interested in getting a pass for the RAC as well, but that will be next year I think. I am even bold enough try my hand at the one race at Sleepy Hollow that is for beginners and dual sports and see how that goes. I've been riding for the past 17 years on the street but I look like a goon in the dirt.... but I'm learning. So if anyone is interested in riding or knows of some more trails closer to home I can hop on, give me a shout. Thanks
  2. Ridgerunnr

    ICV Open House

  3. To summarize things, I Recently made a purchase that i didn't honestly didn't do enough research into before hand. Basically I was living in south western Colorado where it was easy to plate almost any dirt bike, moved back to Pennsylvania and never really brushed up on my local laws here about the whole process of re-titling an offroad motorcycle here, because it's not quite as simple. I Bought a 2013 Crf450r in hopes of ultimately making it into a dual sport. I basically want to know the key differences between the R & X models. And if some of these differences are easily interchangeable items between the two models to make the re-titling process smoother. Does anyone know of any kits to help the R make the transition I live in a Rural / Mountainous area of Pa about 30 miles south of Pittsburgh, where highway riding that requires a speed higher than 55 would be a basically never occurring thing, so i'm also hoping the stock gearing will be fine. Any tips or hard advice would be appreciated!
  4. kawasakiAbnaki

    Any way to get avgas in lehigh valley?

    I live in the lehigh valley in PA and avgas is getting really hard to find here. Most places around here require you to have a tail number. Any places close by that will sell it for off-road use?
  5. dpavelko

    Looking to ride in Pennsylvania.

    I am looking for some people to ride with here in Pennsylvania. I currently live in Harrisburg PA. Often ride at Field of Dreams in NJ, or NEPA single track and trails. I ride fast pace on a KTM 250sx. Thanks, Dan
  6. merlthomas

    pennsylvania RAC Ride Report Thread

    Hello! Looking to start a thread where we capture ride reports from RAC. Figured this could stand alone from the Meet Up Thread and the Info Thread and give new riders a look at what goes on at RAC and who all is riding out there. When I was looking at where to ride when I got started a few months ago I came to ThumperTalk and found the Info thread on RAC and scoured for photos and videos to get an idea of the place before I plopped down $350 for the wife and I to get permits. Feel free to post up videos from your latest ride or photos, maps, etc.! Thanks!
  7. My club is hosting the 4th annual GMER enduro and the sections are looking pretty good this year and should be a blast. Some highlights are awesome new trail, ride as a trail ride in dual sport class if you don't want to compete. Saturday youth enduro at Rocket Raceway. Saturday night in town at fire hall will be spaghetti dinner and signup also showing of John Penton Movie. Sunday breakfast by Lions club and Sunday lunches to go, Also community pool next to fire hall is FREE for all riders and families all weekend. This is really a cool event and run once a year on private property. Payout to All "A" classes also. Click the link for more info. Hopefully the link works. http://www.gmer.us/Enduro/enduro.htm
  8. Just like the title says, where is the best place in the Greater Philadelphia region to buy new off-road riding gear? A place that has a more than decent stock of stuff to actually try on? Particularly helmets and boots. I tried the Revzilla boutique in Philly, but sadly they don't stock off-road gear in the store. The closest Cycle Gear doesn't stock much either. The dealer's that I've been to aren't even trying, unless you want head to toe orange KTM garb.(sorry, my KTM is white, lol) With all the ECEA activity in the region somebody must be catering to this market, but who?
  9. Any of you on here and want to get a ride together? 4 orange bikes, some with cargo bags.
  10. Fun weekend away free. The sole purpose of this backroad discovery scout trip is to get Adventure riders involved riding backroads and exploring off-road “log roads” areas riders never have been and meeting new like mined riders. This scout trip will start Friday night meeting at a set camp ground and end sometime mid-day on Sunday. Each day we will venture out on a pre-set off-road course mapped out by the participants. Of course Alain Kaldewaay could do all the leg work but that would not be fun, and yes we have ridden these areas so have allot of other dual sport adventure riders. The main goal is to get off-road dual sport adventure bikes onto dirt roads and have some fun at little to no cost. Should you need some help or advice Alain is here to guide you. Get involved Camping or rustic cabins at cost We all make the routes 10 riders only with street legal motorcycles We all scout and ride the areas When: April 24-26, 2015 Where: Michaux State Forest Shippensburg, PA 17257 Time: Friday evening - Sunday mid-day Other: Camp site that are available, http://www.mtncreekcg.com and www.cherokeecampgroundpa.com xplor-live.com
  11. www.xplor-int.com news release Feb 17, 2015 Riding your own dual sport motorcycle, the two-day program is designed to maximize every rider's ability on dirt, gravel or other non-paved surfaces. Alain Kaldewaay, a MSF certified professional instructor and will be the lead instructor for this event. The Adventure school will consist of approximately six-eight hours of Close Range Exercises and six-eight hours of Introduction to Adventure Trail Riding time and one hours of classroom instruction. To maximize learning and ride time most “classroom” sessions are held trailside. Riding includes drills on dirt, gravel with trail rides around the area of our nature areas. In this course, we will start with basic items such as proper riding position, balance, clutch and throttle control working through a progression of skills exercises to help you become more confident on your motorcycle on different surfaces and negotiating obstacles. This two-day class will give you the fundamental skills to build your confidence and allow you to better enjoy your riding whether it’s a day’s jaunt down an old dirt road or a journey around the world. Riders also will be able to put their newfound skills to use on our Adventure off-road ride with the instructor through the Western PA/MD forest areas. Riders are required to wear FULL protective gear including helmet, gloves, a jacket or similar with elbow, back and shoulder protection, knee protection and boots that protect the ankle and shin. Knobby tires are highly recommended. Riders should be proficient in the operation of a motorcycle. In order to provide a personalized level of attention, class size is limited to eight. Take advantage of this unique opportunity and reserve your spot early as our previous events have sold out. Alain Kaldewaaij
  12. I have been hearing about some trails that are near route 372 behind the chester county airport, and was wondering if anyone on here knew where exactly they were and could help me find them? If anyone has ridden here or knows of the location please help me. Thanks!
  13. Greetings I am looking for others who wish to do the MX tracks in the spring. I haven't ridden dirt in quite a long time, but the mud has been calling my name. So this 50+ rider bought a couple bikes and been working with "Frenchy" Parmart to get some tips. Looking for some people who might be interested in helping get back into the scene and to ride with. Hoping to hit the practice tracks early this year. Cheers
  14. Back Country Moto Park in Greenville Pa. started up by Garry Robertson is having a GP style race this Saturday the 20th. One hour plus 2 laps with a class for all, even quads. This is a new track just starting up this year, there have been a couple of practice days open to everyone with great reviews. The dirt is not like any other track being just gpened up on a nice rolling sloped field. Safe but fun track , with a fun wood section thrown in for fun. 5 dollar gate and 25 bucks to race. Freestyle show, and band playing. Gates open at 8 Practice at 9 Racing at 10 61 Hilltop RD. Greenville Pa. 16125 For more info call Garry Robertson at 814-392-3590, or Jim McCownien at 724-456-1189 See us at Face book too at Back Country Moto Park
  15. Anyone that rides near Harmarville should be made aware of this.. ATTN: GNCC Racing Nation ATVMX Racing Nation Loretta Lynn Motocross Community PAMX Membership Do you see something wrong with this image? Off Road Vehicle Ban - Hampton Township, Pennsylvania Once more our sport is under attack. This coming Tuesday, a hearing will be held for a proposed ban of all off road vehicles in Hampton Township (north of Pittsburgh). This ban would make it a crime for a private landowner to permit anyone to operate any type of off road vehicle (dirt bike, scooter, go-cart, ATV, UTV, snowmobile, etc.) on a lot with less than 5 acres. Landowners owning more than 5 acres may only use their property during restricted hours, and then only after giving written permission, whether the vehicle is licensed or not. Even then use must be more than 250 feet from any home and raise no dirt "visible to the naked eye". The ban allows police to confiscate, impound and even sell off road vehicles, and impose penalties including fines of $1,000, and imprisonment of 90 days. If this ban is adopted, more townships are sure to take steps to immediately enact the same legislation. This won't stop there. The AMA has joined the fight, and has issued its opposition to the ban directly to the Hampton Planning Commission. We need your help. Please join Tim Cotter of MX Sports, Jeff Cernic of PAMX, and more of your racing brethren at the hearing this coming Tuesday, November 18th at 7:00 pm to defend our sport and your right to own and operate off road vehicles on your own land. Hearing Location: Hampton Community Center 3101 McCully Road Alison Park, PA 15101 For further information, check out http://www.hampton-pa.org/civicalerts.aspx?aid=92 Proposed Ban and the AMA Opposition Letter November 10, 2014 Hampton Planning Commission c/o Amanda Lukas 3101 McCully Road Allison Park, PA 15101 Dear Planning Commission Members; The American Motorcyclist Association is writing to the Hampton Township Pennsylvania planning commission in opposition to the township's proposed Off Highway Vehicle ordinance. We respect local municipalities' right to maintain civility in their communities. However, we feel the good intentions of planning commission would not be met by the ordinance as it is currently written. Founded in 1924, the AMA is the premier advocate of the motorcycling community. We represent the interests of millions of on-and off-highway motorcyclists in the United States. Our mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. In keeping with its mission, the AMA does not condone excessively loud OHV's or irresponsible riders since both threaten our riding future. Our primary concerns with the proposed ordinance are: -There is already a township noise ordinance in place that could address residents' reasonable concerns by penalizing problem riders if it is properly updated to recognize advancements in sound measurement and is consistently enforced. -The minimum lot size of 5 acres for OHV use would effectively eliminate the activity in the township. -The ordinance makes landowners, not rogue riders, subject to penalties for noncompliance. -The wording of the proposed ordinance leaves key points subjectively enforceable, altogether unenforceable or contradictory to Pennsylvania state law. In the same way that the AMA is concerned with unworkable ordinances, local organizations like Pennsylvania Off Highway Vehicle Association, local OHV clubs and other similarly organized responsible local riders have legitimate concerns about their ability to recreate legally. We all recognize that it is in our best interests to work cooperatively with regulators to create realistic, enforceable ordinances that meet residents' needs now and into the future. We appreciate the opportunity to comment now and offer ourselves to you and Hampton Township's Board of Supervisors as a resource to help identify independent OHV sound experts and examples of effective ordinances in place elsewhere. Sincerely; Stephen Salisbury Government Affairs Manager, Of Highway American Motorcyclist Association
  16. I Herd theres a new layout for 2014. Id really like to race this year, but id like to have a idea of its gonna be a death trap track this year or not, before I drop $200 or more on this race. Last years track was fun to watch but less the stellar for rider safty lol
  17. Getting tierd of the ultra rocky single track and trails we have here in the coal region of pa. Trashed another pipe and a lower fork leg this weekend goin down in a rock bed. Really looking for more dirt, clay or sandy trails. Anyone know any good spots in the md pa nj de area. Ill drive 100 or more miles from the york pa area for nice riding.
  18. My friend and I were robbed today while I was teaching her how to ride a dirtbike in Conshohocken/Norristown area. List includes: giant black Under Armour backpack black AGV helmet AX-8 (has an Italian sticker near the nose piece) Red Alpinestar Sp-1 gloves my wallet (license, credit card, etc.) black women's streetjacket iPhone in a green/pink case her license, credit cards, etc. Let me know if you see anyone with these things. They're all pretty unique looking. I can easily identify them if you let me know you located a potential "lost" item.
  19. yz133rider

    Pennsylvania 2014 mx demo days

    Hey guys, theres always demo days going on for the various brands around the country. But unless its by word of mouth I never hear about them until its too late! I want to change that this year and want to try out all the brands this year, post up the dates as you guys hear about them!
  20. I will be teaching a certified class for dirt bikes on the 20th and for ATVs on the 21st for kids needing certificates for the DCNR or Reading Anthracite. Please call Denny Mann @ 717-532-6439 for information.
  21. Anyone interested in hitting Shade Mountain (http://www.patrailriders.org/riding-areas/) on Saturday?
  22. YZPaGuy

    Pennsylvania Pa Enduro!

    The 41st edition of the Moonshine Enduro takes place on Sunday, September 25, 2016 and is shaping up to be another outstanding Valley Forge Trail Riders and High Mountain Dirt Riders collaboration. VFTR and HMDR are applying the same formula that has netted the coveted ECEA Enduro of the Year award 4 of the last 6 years. This includes meticulous attention to detail of all event aspects including course layout and preparation, course marking and marshalling, timing, scoring and awards. Yep…we’ve been refining our Moonshine recipe for 41 years and this year’s event is shaping up to be a real humdinger. And all new for 2016 bring the whippersnappers on Saturday, Sept. 24 to enjoy the first annual Half Moon Junior Enduro. We’re giving the young guns a taste of what they have to look forward to when they can ride the Moonshine! We are also offering a school boy class so the young guns on full size bikes can get a warm up Saturday afternoon before the Sunday Event. The course will include a scaled down Endurocross Track for the 50's and a full on Endurocross Track for Youth and Schoolboy. There will be a go around for those not willing to endure the test of Endurocross. Here are a few tasty morsels to help work up your thirst for some mighty fine Moonshine: 1. PennDOT permit in hand- closed course, no tag needed 2. Start Control format- no time keeping-the only clock you need is to get up in the morning 3. Course splits- 2 course splits to ensure all riders and abilities get the right challenge for their skill level. 4. 2 gas stops away from the start at the same location, truck provided 5. Solid Performance tech support at gas stops 6. Gerald “Hot Diggity Dog” Peklak provided food and drinks at gas stops 7. Pre-entry raffle- All pre-entered riders will be in a drawing for 2 free entries courtesy of Solid Performance and PowerSeal USA 8. All women entrants ride free courtesy of those fine folks at Eastern Medical Gasses. 9. Unique “Moonshine” jug awards to top performers. The still is fired up and brewing another great blend of Moonshine for you riders. Our goal is to ensure everyone has a fun day in the saddle, so please come and enjoy all the effort our clubs have put into this enduro. It’s gonna be a hoot!
  23. Hey everyone! Anyone from the Chester County or Lancaster County area know where to ride legaly? I'm looking for new people to ride with and new places to go. Only place I know of is behind the airport near Coatesville.
  24. My wife and I are talking about buying a house. We live in Bethlehem Pa and I was wondering if their was anywhere with 40 mins where you could possible ride right from your house?
  25. mrcoolguyface

    Pennsylvania Philly / NJ / MD

    Hey all, I am hopefully looking to find some new places to ride, and possibly make some new friends... A few friends and I, have a pretty decent size group right now, currently about 5 of us, give or take 2 at any given time. We generally ride in a sand pit in NJ then hit the trails in the pines. However we are always looking for new places to go and new people to ride with. Does anyone have any good spots we could hit up in the general tri-state area? A few videos on my youtube channel search for mrcoolguyface, it should take you there.