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  1. I'm looking to meet and ride with trail riders from the DFW area...I live in the Frisco area. I have a few buddies that I ride with, but our family & kid's sports schedules make it tough to sync up most weekends. I'm 47 & started riding last year. I typically ride Red River Motor Cycle Trails but also Rocky Ridge Ranch & Trophy Club (Marshall Creek MX Park). I also have a 7yr old that rides occasionally and a 4yr old that I'm teaching to ride.
  2. FLORESVILLE, TX - February 20, 2015 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - This weekend, Cycle Ranch will kick off the first Loretta Lynn’s South Central Area Qualifier of 2015. Hundreds of riders from across the country will travel to Cycle Ranch to qualify for the most prestigious Amateur National motocross event. Pre-Registration is available online until 6 p.m. tonight at https://secure.tracksideonlineresults.com/cycleranch/. Registration is $40 per class, plus a $10 AMA Qualifier Fee. Registration will be available on-site on Friday, February 20 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, February 21 from 6:30 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. and Sunday, February 22 from 6:30 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. Registration will take place in the registration building, next to the pavilion. The gates will be open tonight until 10 p.m. Friday, the gates will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Moto-Licious café will be open Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also, the Moto-Shack will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday for any bike parts or gear you may need. D’Moto (San Antonio KTM Dealership), Team Green (Kawasaki) and Race Tech will offer trackside support throughout the weekend. Motocross Vests and Trackside Tee’s will be selling product. Red Bull and Amsoil, two Loretta Lynn’s sponsors, will be attending the event as well. Gate fees for the weekend will be $35 for Friday- Sunday, $25 for Saturday and Sunday and $15 for Sunday. Spectators under 12 and over 65 will be free, and military buy one get one free. For more information on the event, please visit www.mxsports.com. For more information about Cycle Ranch MX, please visit www.cycleranchmx.com.
  3. I'm looking for newer to intermediate level trail riders to meet & start riding with, if not this weekend, in general...I live in the Frisco area.
  4. New dirt rider - be cool to have someone along for the first time. Hopefully wont slow you down too much, but if anyone is going to HF saturday please pm me.
  5. WHO: SAM HOUSTON TRAILS COALITION MEMBERS WHAT: Update on recreational trail system: Vision of the Forest Service in partnership with the Sam Houston Trails Coalition. WHEN: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM We need to be off the property by 11 AM WHERE: Gulf Coast Trades Center – Family Life Center 143 Forest Service Rd. #233, New Waverly, Tx 77358 Participants will leave with information to act on the following: How to get trail open. How to keep trail from closing. Why trail is unable to expand. Why does the Forest System Burn Special Guests: 5 levels of the Forest Service plus Region and national resources to support recreation in on public land will be in attendance. State Agencies and community leaders. What you missed from last meeting: The reason why trail expansion is prohibited. How to get trail open when closed A challenge to accelerate the capacity of the SHTC Over 100 participants: Many did NOT get breakfast because they did not RSVP correctly: You must RSVP via the SHTC link NOT A LINK IN ANOTHER SOCIAL MEDIA SITE. A HEARTY BREAKFAST IS AVAILABLE FOR $10 IF YOU INDICATE IN RSVP http://www.samhoustontrails.org/2016/11/18/shtc-general-quarterly-meeting-12316/
  6. I'm located in Houston and am trying to go to Loretta Lynn's GNCC race in May. I have a ride for me and my gear but my buddies truck is full with other bikes. Is anyone in the area going who can haul my bike in exchange for some gas money?
  7. cljeffcoat

    Texas Lubbock?

    Any TT members from around the Lubbock area? I'm always looking for new riding buddies!
  8. I just moved to north Dallas 635 & Preston need to find riding/camping areas also groups/individuals to ride with?? I have intermidiate to good Skills,Ride a CRF450x with desert set up, have raced a few AMA hare and hounds, Hare Scrambles, night scarmbles races. Just want to ride!!!!
  9. OK. (climb on soap box) We seriously need to start pulling together as dirt bikers and help expand our trails. There are plans to connect the East and West side trails together, with the Stubblefield camp ground being a trail access point. Additional mileage has been marked and awaiting approval pending the enviromental studies done. The Forest Service won't be able to provide manpower. It will be up to us to get it done. So you ask, how do we know what's going on in the Forest? You can join the http://trailscoalitionoftexas.org/ There will be a meeting on November 30th. Here's the latest e-mail sent out.... Members, I'm calling a special meeting Saturday November 30th at 9:00 am at the Forest Service office. Grant applications will be due at TP&W office February 1, 2014. 2014 grant applications may be reviewed by Mary Fry in the FS Lufkin office, so we need to allow time for that review. Also at this meeting we will make a list of projects for the next five years. Chris Hardy Sam Houston Trails Coalition 18110 Wild Oak Houston, Texas 77090 mcrider@hal-pc.org c - 281-744-8256 DONATE to the Sam Houston Trails Coalition at http://trailscoalitionoftexas.org/ We have have a beautiful place to ride. Let us all be a part of keeping it that way. Thanks Girard
  10. I am new to Austin and I am looking for a good place to ride trails and or race. I am from Dis 17 in IL and everything is done threw the AMA there. I see there is a few promoters but who really puts the best race on. I have found a couple on the web but they are holding most of there races up north by Dallas. any help or ideas on where would be great thanks.
  11. Hello all, I just moved to El PAso, TX from So. California and I was wondering if there was any specific places to ride around here. I also was wondering if there was any good shops in town to pick up parts, as I busted a couple signal lights on my bike in the moving process that I would like to get fixed. Any info would be appreciated.
  12. Hey guys, I was down there a couple years ago and I'm thinking of heading back for a week long MX trip with a buddy. Can anyone tell me what they're charging at Oakhill for practice these days ? Do they allow people to practice there for a day at a time, or do you have to commit to a whole week ? I thought I remembered that they were looking at doing that. We'd be looking at hitting most of the same tracks again, Village Creek, Underground MX, Buffalo Creek (loved it !!) etc. Possibly thinking of heading to 3 Palms in hopes of better weather/less chance of snow, we're looking at a mid January trip. Thanks for your help !
  13. Has anyone rode there? Im curious to know what to expect out there. There is not much info on the interwebs.
  14. Hey folks! Coming back to TX in the next couple months and really looking forward to riding my old haunts. It sounds like CTOR is still open, is Cherokee Cycle Park really closed? And has anyone ridden Three Creeks Motocross Ranch? I'm primarily a woods rider but wouldn't mind trying some motocross. I'm returning to the Killeen area (North of Austin) and am looking for some good spots to ride. Also trying to find a place with less rock than CTOR to teach my wife to ride dirt. Any suggestions?
  15. poppa

    Texas TCCRA

    at denton this weekend www.tccra.com
  16. hey everyone me and some buddys are doing a road trip this winter for some riding i live in burlington ont canada so i dont know that the must hit track when were there or any dope indoor tracks to hit up. post your ideas thanks
  17. Just wanted to give a heads up about the benefit race at River Valley MX this Sunday. There is a huge showing and great pro turnout too. Goes to a great cause. I try and race it every year. Bring the kids, bring the inlaws, bring your bike and ride a great track. http://rivervalleymotocross.com/
  18. Hello im brian from dallas tx.. I just pick me up my first dirt bike, its 03 honda xr100r Is anyone from the dallas area here too?
  19. Sunday, April 1st at Rio Bravo. Roger Decoster, Kent Howerton, and Steve Wise will be there. Flyer : http://www.riobravom...02012_flyer.pdf Rio web site: http://www.riobravomx.com/
  20. We have a small group riding at the Rio Bravo track on Wednesday 7.13.11 It should be great riding with very few bikes on the track. Come on out and ride with us if you have the day off. 👍:ride::ride:
  21. I just started riding again and looking for a person or two to go riding with and show me around some track in the area
  22. jbird710

    Texas Rio Bravo

    Went out there for the first time since it was re-opened a couple of years ago and it is really cool place. They have a couple of MX tracks that aren't extremely techical (small jumps and table tops) and they have a marked trail area. The main trail is one-way, tight, and a little tecnical. You can ride off of their property and extend your loop (not sure how legal that part is). They reopened the swimming pool and there is a large covered pavillion. It's now a membership deal - easiest is $50/year and $15 per ride. There are other options to choose from (see their web site http://www.riobravomx.com/). Really well taken care of and a lot closer than SHNF. You won't have the long loops like you get in the forest; but still a lot of fun.
  23. I know there are some old timers in Texas (and other parts of the south) who did the trails around Silverton, Lake city, Ouray and Telluride years ago. Don't remember names, but met several of you. If you are interested in a nostalgic ride in September, got to the Rocky mountain regional section and look for the thread called "Nostalgic SW Colorado ride?"
  24. Moderators...if this belongs somewhere else, please move it. I couldn't find a gear review section. Thanks. If you are thinking about buying from Extreme Supply, you need to read this before you do! If you don’t and still buy from them and get took, it’s your own fault! Don’t say I didn’t warn you! I know it's long and not everyone has this experience, but this was mine. I do note at the end of this that 1 out of 2 was a good experience for what it's worth. There are two sides to every story, so let me give you mine and if anyone at Extreme Supply feels like chiming in and telling their side, this is an open forum, have at it…. My Mother ordered me a Fox Racing V2 Empire II helmet from Extreme Supply back in early November for Christmas. This was a closeout item. She ordered a size medium, which the website showed they had in stock. The helmet gets here and is wrapped and set under the tree. Christmas party at Mom’s house rolls around, December 21 or there about, and I open the present to find the helmet. I put the helmet on and quickly notice that something is not right. The base of the shell won’t come down far enough to cover my ear lobes. After further examination, the shell size was an extra small and the bunched up liner inside was a medium. Immediately, I contact Extreme Supply and a man by the name of Armando answers the phone. I explain the situation and we work it out to where I get a return authorization number. Their policy is no exchanges or returns on closeout items, which I would have been fine with had I received what I order in the first place. So, I pay $35 to ship the helmet back to Extreme Supply. After talking with Armando again, which at this point in my mind is still a nice and helpful fella, I try and order a more expensive helmet, also on closeout (I could not simply exchange the helmet for the size needed because they were now out of stock). The new helmet I had picked out was listed as in stock on their website, he still has to call the manufacturer and see if it is available. It was New Year’s Eve and the manufacturer was closed, so he writes himself a note and says he will call back first thing on the 2nd and gives me a call back to let me know what he finds out about the helmet availability. Come Thursday, I call to find Armando has vacation. No problem, he’ll call me first thing Friday. Well Friday, I finally call back around 2 o’clock or so and he says he still needs to call the manufacturer. Okay, at that point, after all the hassle, I just want a refund. So, he says he can “pull some strings” in accounting and get me a refund, acting like this would be some big favor. The real kicker to me in this whole deal is when I ask for not only the helmet cost to be refunded, but the shipping cost I had to pay to send it back; he says he couldn’t do that (originally he was going to give me $20 off my next helmet to help with the shipping cost). I explain to him that during this time I’ve called Fox and the tech there said that on the V2 series the shell and liners are NOT interchangeable, so clearly it is not my fault that I was sent the wrong thing. He quickly says “Well, it’s not our fault either.” Are you kidding me? I have a wrong helmet and the people, who sent it to me, whether it came from a drop shipper or wherever, are not responsible? At this point, Armando has turned into one of the worst sales managers, that’s right, SALES MANAGER, that I have ever dealt with. How could you not take the blame for sending the customer something wrong? After the refund is made to my Mother’s card, I call back and guess who answers…that’s right, Armando. Well, having already dealt with him and getting the treatment I received, I asked for the big boss, store manager, the big guy, top dog, the one in charge…you get the picture. He asks for my name and I tell him that it is irrelevant, that I have already dealt with him and that I got nowhere with him and need to talk to his boss. He continually asks for my name which I never give. After going back and forth several times, the name I do give him is “Sam I Am.” Needless to say that didn’t get me to the guy in charge either. At this point, I took a step back, in my mind, and thought to myself…I’m arguing with this unprofessional sales manager over $35. I make more than that in one hour at work. This is really not that big of a deal. So I hung up. About 30 min. later my Mother calls me. She said that none other than Armando called her back and asked her to please talk to me about calling up there and being rude to him. I am 30 yrs. old, married for 10 yrs., and have two children ages 9 and 8. I thought I was past the era of people I dealt with calling my Mother and tattle-telling saying I’m being rude. Like I said, this guy was extremely unprofessional. They probably couldn’t connect this dot but, I also steered someone else through them to buy me some Gaerne SG10’s, which thank goodness were right the first time. I couldn’t imagine dealing with them over anything else. So, there are probably more competent people at Extreme Supply other than Armando, and I hate to smear everyone there with this, but Armando gave me no choice when he did not put me through to his boss. Obviously he knew it was me, else he wouldn’t have called my Mother back and told on me. And, if there is more than one person that I influence to not buy from them, it cost Extreme Supply way more than $35. Not a smart move Armando, not smart at all. Also, in case you were wondering if I ever got a helmet, I did. Fly F2 Carbon Andrew Short edition from Rocky Mountain ATV MC. Got it on closeout, and the gentleman at Rocky Mountain ATV MC said even though it was on closeout, if the helmet didn’t fit, or something as silly as didn’t match my bike, I could send it back one time for FREE! Didn’t need to though, ordered a medium and that is exactly what I got. And, IT FIT! Great company to deal with. So, if you are feeling lucky, go on and order from them and worry every night you go to bed until it arrives at your doorstep as to whether or not it will be right, because if it’s not, it’s not your fault that it’s wrong and it’s not theirs either!
  25. Anybody know of any private trail systems or land to ride on? There are a few people that have places to ride but it's a ton of rules and Texas soil for the most part is horrible to ride on. Worst state imo to ride but gotta make the best of it for now.
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