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  1. After a six year hiatus from dirt bikes, I'm finally back. Moved to Utah about a year ago and just picked up a 2006 WR450f last night!! It's going to need a little money and a lot of love, but I think it'll turn into a great bike. it'll also be my first complete rebuild over time. Engine was completely rebuilt before I bought it, but the body, levers, cables, and other accessories were neglected. The biggest issue is the frame. It needs to be stripped, sanded, and repainted. I'm going to ride a little bit this year before the winter turns abysmal, and then I'll begin tearing it down to the frame. As always on TT, I'm open to all matter of advise and opinions! Feels great to be back in the Thumper world!!
  2. Hey all, I've never really ridden in the 5 mile pass area, but on a drive during the thanksgiving break, I found myself in the area. I wonder how the riding is during the winter months. I've ridden in Cherry Creek/Jericho during the winter and know that some years you can go year round, and others it'll be under a foot of the white stuff. Also, the north side of the road (Pony Express Rd) looked interesting, but is there the same riding on the south side?
  3. My wife and I are from Utah, but living in Idaho going to school. I took her to Supercross for our first time together in 2012 and proposed to her that weekend. It's become our family tradition. I was VERY disappointed to not see Salt Lake City on the Supercross schedule for this year. Does anybody know why? Will it be back next year?
  4. Headed down Thur to ride Sovereign and a few others. I have camped at Whitewash many times and E. of town once. I would really like to find a spot to base from so we can ride both the E and W side of hwy 191. My trailer is fully self contained with gen. I remember seeing camps just W of the highway about a mile S of the airport. Nice sandy wash area with big tall cottonwoods along Mill Canyon Rd, I believe. Anyone know if they are still legal? If anybody out there knows of a good spot where some B riders can camp and hit some good singletrack in that area, I sure would appreciate it. Thanks.
  5. As much as I wanted to keep it, however, my d/s plans changed, so I wound up selling it. I bought this bike initially to do the 1st 1/2 of the TAT on the eastern side of the USA this coming summer. It's the Perfect bike for those flatter, more open states. But now that we're doing the western side, CO, UT, NV, instead, I don't want to do it on 250L. I have my Husaberg for that. So I sold it. FOr those thinking about selling their 250L, you will be amazed at how quickly this bike sells itself. Mine sold on CL, took less than a week, and for the most part, most buyers were serious about buying mine. I got my asking price for it. Got some left over parts I'm selling, All the parts are practically brand new. Only had them on the bike for 300 miles, or a month. they're listed in my signature below.
  6. Does anyone know what's going on with trail 157 above Millcreek canyon and trail 38?? THe forest service has taken a sweco (atv sized trail making machine) up the reroute above MIllcreek cyn (which I was not happy about either) now they continued up 157 to the water troughs, totally destroying fun singletrack and then out 38. It's so freaking ugly, way too big and is just a road as far as I"m concerned. I cannot see any motorbikers agreeing with this move and those trails are gone forever now. I know that they are probably going up to fix/reroute some of the bad sections of trail 38, but all the destruction to get that machine out there is totally LAME. I love trail 38, it does have some drainage issues, but it is one of the last really hard trails up AF. 10 years ago, AF was known as a 'rocky' canyon to ride in. Now I feel like it's known as fast flowing trails that can be raced on. If anyone knows what can be done to stop this, or find out more, I'd like to know. I'll be sad if they continue and destroy all of trail 38.
  7. Just found out I have to go to NV for work for 2 weeks after Thanksgiving. I'm considering driving and bringing my bike with me and meeting a buddy from CO in Moab on the way home in mid December. I've done some searching of TT and the net and it seems like it very possible to ride Moab in December, but it all depends what the weather brings. Any insight from Moab regulars? Is it a crap shoot? I have to make a quick decision as to whether to drive or book a flight.
  8. A few of us from Ohio will be going to Moab to ride for a week. Another rider here gave us some trials tires (rear) that are almost new condition. Two of them are Michelin Trial Competition and two are IRC TR 011R's. I've seen some comments that neither of these tires are suitable use on asphalt above 40mph for any distance. Comments have indicated that after a few miles above 40mph, the center knobs start to fall off. While the majority of our time will be spent on slow trails, we will often be riding asphalt above 40mph to get to, or connect trail sections. We'll also be riding some miles on fast dirt roads. So, will these tires hold up under highway use? Will they likely hold up better if we use higher pressures like 15+psi for road sections, then reduce pressure for trails? Or, should we instead buy some DOT trials tires like the Pirelli MT-43? Also, please let us know any other tips. What psi do you run? We will likely run heavy duty tubes in both types of the tires. Thanks
  9. The wife and I are heading to tropic reservoir campground outside of ruby's inn from 9-8 to 9-15. We ride dirt bikes and are just cruising around for the week if anyone wants to join in. Last time we were there they were just closing up the campground as far as "offically" be open but was still open. We figured we offer an open invitation if anyone want to join in. We realize short notice but... Doug
  10. Two of us are going for our weekly ride at Little Sahara tomorrow morning. We need some intermediate/advanced riders to make us feel slow again. We leave Saratoga Springs around 8 and are back by 1 or 2 PM. We do a 40-50 mile loop of fast sand trails. I know it's short notice - it always is. Chris 801-836-1114
  11. Hi all, Going to be in Utah in late Oct or early November depending on the weather in Idaho and Washington. I didn't manage to ride Utah on my last trip, was too late in the season, but am enamoured with the State and would like to see as much of it as I can. I'm on a riding trip, bringing my tent trailer and am looking for anyone who has some time on their hands and would like to show somebody new to the area around - can, and will pay for guiding services in beer, scotch, or whatever you like... ;-) Would really like to hit Moab, if only for a few days just to see it, but am more interested in the out of the way stuff that is a little more quiet and where we can just ride into some great country. I'm on a Ktm250XC, (Was considering bringing my trials bike too, but it's too much to haul/get stolen...) will be bringing a knobby along with my trials tires, and am up for pretty much anything. The bike isn't really set up for wide open desert riding, but if there is something in the sand worth seeing I'd be keen. Mostly a technical single track rider as I live on the British Columbia Coast, and am happy to explore or have a tough technical ride. Most of our stuff here is steep, ugly, wet, rocky, and rooty - looking forward to some dry trails! Leaving British Columbia next week and heading into Washington State first, before working my way South. If anyone is up for some riding, I'd like to hook up. I am very flexible and portable with the trailer, and I have no fixed schedule for the trip at all. Couple months of play time coming up! Thanks in advance, graham
  12. My buddies and I are heading out to Marysvale next week for a long weekend. We are staying at Hoovers. Second time there are the any good single track trails around marysvale? Any suggestions for places we can ride to from Marysvale would be appreciated. I would like to get off of the main trail if possible. Any info would be appreciated. And if you ever head out to Jersey I can return the favor.
  13. Headed to the St. George/Hurricane UT area on the 14th and wanted to get some local info on where to ride. We have a house rented in Hurricane and are Looking for some fun single track or good desert rides within a 2 hour drive. Any help would be appreciated. Any local want to come be a tour guide? Group size is 4. Gotta get out of the Colorado snow and get a dirtbike fix! Thanks! Paul
  14. Warning this is a rant to all my fellow riders and nothing more For years we have been enjoying the astounding beauty and unique riding in Moab In prime riding season it was always busy and everyone knows not to go near it on easter jeep weekend For years the jeeps and bikers alike have had their "own" weekends and a mutual respect to some degree Going on a weekend always yielded a busy trip with more folks there but if you left on a thursday you could always get a good spot and mid week it was always a little calmer Now its out of F888king control! Every drunk f8888kng hillbilly with 20k and a 6 pack can buy a razor and is running rampid in moab destroying trails littering beer cans everywhere and don't even get me started on the mayhem taking place at night We were there 2 weeks ago and this clown literally had a lite show coming out of his toy hauler. Surrounding our camp by f888king 8 razors blasting music and running generators and having drunk donut razor contests at 1 am. Then when they get hurt or stuck in the trails because they are to drunk to ride responsibly they except search and rescue to put their ass on the line to save them! We have been 3 times this year arriving on wednesday and thursday and COULD NOT GET A CAMP SITE ANYWHERE IN TOWN We called our doggy hotel we use in Moab because we refuse to leave our pups in the trailer on hot days and spoke to the owner a friend of ours. She told us they have no room and have been booked for months. They are literally buying pre made kennels at walmart to try and accommodate people because it just won't stop NEVER in my life have i seen so much open space and BLM camping be SO FULL!! They have now officially restricted BLM camping because its so out of control forcing us to stay in paid campgrounds!! We stayed in kane springs because there is NO place else to go anymore. $90 a night for a piece of open farm land with no trees, no services, no water no nothing. Surrounded by bafoons ruining the land and the beauty of Moab Forget trying to get into town for grocery shopping. Your lucky if you don't get killed my some drunk 17 year old with a razor in the parking lot. Im sad that Moab has turned into this. Its disgusting that the authorities have allowed it. I understand that their economy is booming but at the expense of what? I thought i hated the idiots on the giant 2 up quads but then i met the Razor crowd. Have you ever pulled into a restaurant and not been able to park your truck because every single parking spot is taking with 4 razors each? There is just no place to go anymore. Big business has ruined our sport. The companies have to build 45 foot toy haulers with with fregin laser shows coming out of the side of them and of course every dumbass has to have a brand new one every year. Ruining the used market driving used prices into the ground for those of us that have them. Same crap with the razors. MY favorite things razor people say! " O WAIT THERE IS A NEW COLOR THIS YEAR!! I JUST GOTA HAVE IT! ILL JUST PUT MINE ON CRAIGSLIST FOR 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR AND FINANCE ANOTHER AT 22%"!! (says the drunk hillbilly) "Helmets? Who needs a helmet I'm so drunk it won't hurt when i bash my head on a rock!" "nah i have never driven one of these things how hard can it be really!!!" "hey can i borrow your map because we are lost and almost out of gas" "do you have any water? I'm so drunk and dehydrated i can't see out of my left eye" "hey have you seen my dog? he is about this big and went flying out of the razor when we hit a bump" "wait second, you mean i can ride these things on the street, YEEEEHAWWWWWW" "whats a seatbelt?" " why not try that crazy looking hill in this stock rig, we have a wench right, its only a 100 foot drop over the side" "hey man can you tell me the number to 911 someone is hurt" "shit hold my beer here comes the only ranger for 300 miles" "wait a second we need to register this thing, oooo I'm sorry i didn't know, Insurance? Who needs that" We are loosing the sport,hobby,lifestyle to a bunch of disrespectful drunk &%$#@!. We are lucky enough to still have the right to ride with all the tree huggers trying to take it away from us!! These ass clowns are only fueling and giving ammunition to the tree huggers as to why we SHOULD NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO RIDE ANYMORE!! Its pathetic. If you see some jerk off breaking the law in a razor you should report it in my opinion. Rant over Yours truly a depressed and sad rider
  15. Hey all, My name is Steve and I am looking for riders inerested in day and easy overnight dual sport type rides. I am 50 yrs old and riding a 06 KLR 650. Lots of experience but will ride with all abilities. Avilable most weekends. Lets get together and plans some rides.
  16. I'm heading over Friday morning and hope to get a ride in Friday afternoon. Leaving on Sunday. Looking for some guys to ride with and show me around. I'm up for about anything except jeep trails. I would actually love to do 5MoH if I can get somebody to show me the way but whatever you ride I'm up for it. If anybody is up for this weekend let me know. The 8 guys that were going have pretty much grown vaginas, Not you Mark (you know who you are) 👍 so I'm probably gong to be heading out solo and just ride whatever. PM me if you are planning on riding this weekend. I'd love to tag a long.
  17. So, I understand that Colorado will now require plated dual sport motorcycles to have a Colorado OHV sticker as well to leagally ride on trails. I will be riding into Utah and around Moab this spring. Does anybody know if Utah also requires a Utah OHV sticker on plated dual sport bikes when used on their trails?
  18. Help TPAC counter the green smears against pro-trail candidates http://thetrailpac.blogspot.com/2012/03/defend-our-trail-champions-moneybomb.html
  19. Is Hobble creek ridable yet:ride:
  20. My 17 year old son wants to take his CR250 to Parowan this July (mid) when he visits his grand parents. He's a SoCal desert racer. I don't think there's much riding around Parowan from what I know so maybe further south? I don't want him riding alone in an unfamilar area. Would anyone in the area be willing to take him out riding while he's there? He's got a truck to haul the bike and is a good rider, very responsible kid. We're still in the negotiation phase as far as him taking the truck/bike but this is one of the conditions so it's not definite. Just seeing if a buddy is possible, thanx.
  21. I stumbled on this. http://www.mediaite.com/online/gop-hopeful-jon-huntsman-releases-new-inexplicable-motorcycle-ad/ Former Utah gov Jon Huntsman rides off road. If I was from Utah, maybe I would know this. Just curious, does anybody recognize the trail he riding in the clips?
  22. First time to Moab, We are headed down at the end of April. give me your recommendations guys
  23. First I will make the disclosure that this email is not intended in any way to minimize what the Utah Highway Patrol contributes to public safety and search and rescue. Senate Bill 15 flat out stinks. SB 15 was sponsored to place an additional tax on snowmobiles to gain addition funds for grooming trails and the equipment involved. I am not going to debate the issue of grooming. This bill is being sponsored by Ralph Okerlund and Jack Draxler. When the SB 15 went to committee it was modified (hijacked) to provide funding for the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau (helicopter). The bill was modified to take $3.00 from EVERY OHV registration and be given to the Utah Highway Patrol to pay for helicopters, maintenance and search and rescue equipment. Our OHV registration is currently taxed to provide funding for search and rescue. Why should the OHV community pay for the UHP helicopter program? This does not make sense. A majority of the recues involving the UHP chopper are from the hiking community. Very few rescues with OHVs requires the use of the helicopter. OHV rescues are usually medical, which involves Life Flight with medics or involve riders that are stranded. Most OHV rescues are on accessible trails and not in deep and isolated canyons. When does the hiking or mountain biking community pay for their share? The OHV community is being hijacked because we are an easy target. We have to register our recreational equipment for our specific off road hobbies. How do you tax the hikers? Pretty much impossible, so go after us! I have no problem paying the $3.00 if the same tax is applied to every mountain biker, hiker, horse rider, climber, rafter, fisherman and hunter. We should all pay our fair share. This burden should not be placed soley on us. I am tired of this crap! Contact your representative. You can go to the Utah State Legislature page and find your representatives and send them an email voicing your concern. Here are the details: 7 LONG TITLE 8 General Description: 9 This bill amends provisions relating to off-highway vehicle registrations. 10 Highlighted Provisions: 11 This bill: 12 . provides definitions; 13 . creates the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted Account; 14 . specifies the sources and required uses for funds in the Utah Highway Patrol Aero 15 Bureau Restricted Account; 16 . provides that funds in the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted Account are 17 nonlapsing; 18 . increases the cap on the registration fee amount that the Board of Parks and 19 Recreation may establish for off-highway vehicles registrations; 20 . provides that a certain portion of all off-highway vehicle registration fees shall be 21 deposited in the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted Account; and 22 . makes technical changes. 23 Money Appropriated in this Bill: 24 None 25 Other Special Clauses: 26 This bill takes effect on July 1, 2012. 27 Utah Code Sections Affected: 28 AMENDS: 29 41-22-8, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2004, Chapters 159 and 349 30 41-22-19, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2004, Chapter 349 31 63J-1-602.3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 30, 284, 294, 303, and 32 329 33 ENACTS: 34 53-8-301, Utah Code Annotated 1953 35 53-8-302, Utah Code Annotated 1953 36 53-8-303, Utah Code Annotated 1953 37 38 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah: 39 Section 1. Section 41-22-8 is amended to read: 40 41-22-8. Registration fees. 41 (1) The board shall establish the fees which shall be paid in accordance with this 42 chapter, subject to the following: 43 (a) [The] (i) Except as provided in Subsection (1)(a)(ii), the fee for each off-highway 44 vehicle registration may not exceed [$17] $20. 45 (ii) The fee for each snowmobile registration may not exceed $25. 46 ( The fee for each duplicate registration card may not exceed $3. 47 © The fee for each duplicate registration sticker may not exceed $5. 48 (2) A fee may not be charged for an off-highway vehicle that is owned and operated by 49 the United States Government, this state, or its political subdivisions. 50 Section 2. Section 41-22-19 is amended to read: 51 41-22-19. Deposit of fees and related money in Off-highway Vehicle Account -- 52 Use for facilities, costs and expenses of division, and education -- Request for matching 53 funds. 54 (1) Except as provided under [Subsection] Subsections (3) and (4) and Sections 55 41-22-34 and 41-22-36 , all registration fees and related money collected by the Motor Vehicle 56 Division or any agencies designated to act for the Motor Vehicle Division under this chapter 57 shall be deposited as restricted revenue in the Off-highway Vehicle Account in the General 58 Fund less the costs of collecting off-highway vehicle registration fees by the Motor Vehicle 59 Division. The balance of the money may be used by the division as follows: 60 (a) for the construction, improvement, operation, or maintenance of publicly owned or 61 administered off-highway vehicle facilities; 62 (🤣 for the mitigation of impacts associated with off-highway vehicle use; 63 © as grants or as matching funds with any federal agency, state agency, political 64 subdivision of the state, or organized user group for the construction, improvement, operation, 65 acquisition, or maintenance of publicly owned or administered off-highway vehicle facilities 66 including public access facilities; 67 (d) for the administration and enforcement of the provisions of this chapter; and 68 (e) for the education of off-highway vehicle users. 69 (2) All agencies or political subdivisions requesting matching funds shall submit plans 70 for proposed off-highway vehicle facilities to the division for review and approval. 71 (3) (a) One dollar and 50 cents of each annual registration fee collected under 72 Subsection 41-22-8 (1) and each off-highway vehicle user fee collected under Subsection 73 41-22-35 (2) shall be deposited in the Land Grant Management Fund created under Section 74 53C-3-101 . 75 ( The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration shall use the money 76 deposited under Subsection (3)(a) for costs associated with off-highway vehicle use of legally 77 accessible lands within its jurisdiction as follows: 78 (i) to improve recreational opportunities on trust lands by constructing, improving, 79 maintaining, or perfecting access for off-highway vehicle trails; and 80 (ii) to mitigate impacts associated with off-highway vehicle use. 81 © Any unused balance of the money deposited under Subsection (3)(a) exceeding 82 $350,000 at the end of each fiscal year shall be deposited in the Off-highway Vehicle Account 83 under Subsection (1). 84 (4) Three dollars of each off-highway vehicle registration fee collected under 85 Subsection 41-22-8 (1) shall be deposited in the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted 86 Account created in Section 53-8-303 . 87 Section 3. Section 53-8-301 is enacted to read: 88 Part 3. Aero Bureau Act 89 53-8-301. Title. 90 This part is known as the "Aero Bureau Act." 91 Section 4. Section 53-8-302 is enacted to read: 92 53-8-302. Definitions. 93 As used in this section, "Aero Bureau" means the bureau within the division that 94 provides aerial assistance for law enforcement activities within the state. 95 Section 5. Section 53-8-303 is enacted to read: 96 53-8-303. Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted Account. 97 (1) As used in this section, "account" means the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau 98 Restricted Account created by this section. 99 (2) There is created a restricted account in the General Fund known as the "Utah 100 Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted Account." 101 (3) The account shall consist of: 102 (a) money deposited into the account in accordance with Section 41-22-19 ; 103 ( 🤣 money appropriated to the account by the Legislature; and 104 © any other public or private money received by the division that is: 105 (i) given to the division for purposes consistent with this section; and 106 (ii) deposited into the account at the request of: 107 (A) the division; or 108 ( the person giving the money. 109 (4) Money in the account may only be expended for: 110 (a) the purchase of aircraft and helicopters for use by the Aero Bureau in search and 111 rescue operations; 112 ( 🤣 replacement, maintenance, and upgrade of search and rescue equipment; 113 © search and rescue training and certification for division officers and employees; 114 (d) personnel and fuel costs of the Aero Bureau associated with providing search and 115 rescue services; and 116 (e) any other equipment or expenses necessary or appropriate for conducting search 117 and rescue activities. 118 (5) Funds in the account are nonlapsing. 119 Section 6. Section 63J-1-602.3 is amended to read: 120 63J-1-602.3. List of nonlapsing funds and accounts -- Title 46 through Title 60. 121 (1) Funding for the Search and Rescue Financial Assistance Program, as provided in 122 Section 53-2-107 . 123 (2) Appropriations made to the Department of Public Safety from the Department of 124 Public Safety Restricted Account, as provided in Section 53-3-106 . 125 (3) Appropriations to the Motorcycle Rider Education Program, as provided in Section 126 53-3-905 . 127 (4) Appropriations from the Utah Highway Patrol Aero Bureau Restricted Account 128 created in Section 53-8-303 . 129 [(4)] (5) Appropriations from the DNA Specimen Restricted Account created in 130 Section 53-10-407 . 131 [(5)] (6) The Canine Body Armor Restricted Account created in Section 53-16-201 . 132 [(6)] (7) Appropriations to the State Board of Education, as provided in Section 133 53A-17a-105 . 134 [(7)] (8) Certain funds appropriated from the Uniform School Fund to the State Board 135 of Education for new teacher bonus and performance-based compensation plans, as provided in 136 Section 53A-17a-148 . 137 [(8)] (9) Money received by the State Office of Rehabilitation for the sale of certain 138 products or services, as provided in Section 53A-24-105 . 139 [(9)] (10) Certain funds appropriated from the General Fund to the State Board of 140 Regents for teacher preparation programs, as provided in Section 53B-6-104 . 141 [(10)] (11) A certain portion of money collected for administrative costs under the 142 School Institutional Trust Lands Management Act, as provided under Section 53C-3-202 . 143 [(11)] (12) Certain surcharges on residential and business telephone numbers imposed 144 by the Public Service Commission, as provided in Section 54-8b-10 . 145 [(12)] (13) Certain fines collected by the Division of Occupational and Professional 146 Licensing for violation of unlawful or unprofessional conduct that are used for education and 147 enforcement purposes, as provided in Section 58-17b-505 . 148 [(13)] (14) Certain fines collected by the Division of Occupational and Professional 149 Licensing for use in education and enforcement of the Security Personnel Licensing Act, as 150 provided in Section 58-63-103 . 151 [(14)] (15) Appropriations from the Relative Value Study Restricted Account created 152 in Section 59-9-105 . 153 Section 7. Effective date. 154 This bill takes effect on July 1, 2012.
  24. Hey guys; just moved to Salt Lake City and looking for any help in finding some great trail riding spots. I appreciate any help and even some guys to ride with would be great. Thanks in advance, JJ
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