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  1. DirtBike Channel

    Sand whoops

    Video of us trying to hold on while hitting sand whoops!
  2. jeddclampette

    Sold the 250L / Moab / Toy Haulers

    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.
  3. Ktmheat

    Riding in Moab, Utah.

    I'll be riding in Moab the entire week of Nov. 11th. Will any of You guys be there?
  4. DirtBike Channel

    Winter desert ride

    Ride from January of this year. Epic weather and dirt conditions. https://youtu.be/3oBgAKg3EVw
  5. Had a chance to tow the trailer down to S Utah and go riding with my best friend. We got into some serious mud and slipped around like crazy and had some great laughs as we tried to stand up in the slippery slop. Rode near Bryce Canyon and only saw a handful of people on the trails. Good times!!!
  6. Practice is already underway. Looks like the track is pretty fast RV has fast lap at 2:02 in 450's No surprise Tomac is at top of 250's with a 2:05 Let's see what all this Utah hype is about yo !
  7. Hello everyone. I've been a longtime user of the forum, but this will be my first post. I'm taking my son and his friend, both aged 19, to Moab, UT to ride for 4-5 days. I've seen quite a bit of information on this forum, bookmarked several maps, etc., but would love to find someone, or a group of people, to show us the area. I'm happy to pay someone who knows the area well to guide us around. We'll be arriving on Saturday night, March 10th and plan on leaving on Thursday or Friday to come back home to Ft. Worth. Any input is welcome, thanks in advance!!
  8. Does anyone have a recommendation for a dirt bike training course that I could put my wife through (and maybe myself)? We are located in Murray so if you know of anyone in Northern Utah, that would be great but we aren't opposed to traveling South either. I know that there are guys out there that will help teach basic skills or even more advanced skills to help improve riding and I know that my wife would like to take a course on this to feel more comfortable on mountain trails and I honestly could use some tips to become a better rider myself (only been riding a few seasons now, and don't have a ton of experience although I can get through some moderately technical trails given enough time). Heck, I may even want to put my daughter through the course too as we are hoping to get her a 110 at some point in the neat future. Any recommendations would be appreciated!
  9. We brought the Leatt 6.5 Velocity along with us on our first trip to Moab. It was a great trip and we got in some great riding. We thought wearing the goggles all day in the heat & sun would give us a good feel for their performance. Just wanted to share some pictures from the trip and and what we liked & didn't like. 2018 KTM 300 XC-W Six Days ThumperTalk 20th Build we Rode in Moab Leatt 6.5 Goggle in Moab One of our favorite things: Safety. Like everything Leatt makes safety is a chief concern. They carried that over in the goggles and have the highest impact rating out of any goggle. They are actually bulletproof. Well, from a .22lr bullet, but it's still a bullet! They carry the Military Ballistic Impact Rating certification, actually. At least you know your eyes are safe from roost. Me hoping to see some carnage from the side by sides, no rollovers We were out in the sun riding for about 4 days straight. When you order the goggles you can choose how much light transmission you want to allow. AKA- how much tint on the lens do you want. You can transmit anywhere between 22-83% light transmission(VLT). The ones I wore all week were 28% light transmission. So, a decent amount of tint. I thought it was the perfect amount. I like little tint in my goggles anyway. Choose how much lens tint you want when ordering. These are 28% VLT If you've ever been to Moab you know it's mostly rock, at least the fun stuff for bikes to ride is. The goggles didn't seem to move on my face when bouncing along over the rocks. That was nice. Sometimes the face of the goggle will slip and slide with your helmet and that can be frustrating depending on when it happens. Im not sure if its the wide 50mm strap or the silicone coating doing the work but its nice not to have any movement. 50mm strap with anti-slip coating Triple layer foam was comfortable, even soaked in sweat I never felt like my field of view was restricted at all. I think the 170* field of vision is achieved by how rounded the goggles are coupled with how they cut the foam. The foam is cut out along your peripheral vision and opens your field of vision up. Thought that was a nice little differentiator from other goggles. We didn't need a roller system but for one section. There was a section that was non-stop riverbed crossings and me and the crew were all riding through throwing water and mud everywhere. We did manage to take come pictures of the system before we get everything filthy though! Roller system is additional $20 Pick your flavor One of the things we did not like was they are a bit heavier than some of the other goggles we have tested, like the Scott Prospect for example. Now, some people don't care about weight and it's never a concern and additional weight usually translates into additional structural strength. But we just know how they hold up long term just yet. All in all it was a good trip and we got some god use out of the goggles. Especially for the first generation of this goggle Leatt did a great job of understanding what consumer wants, like being able to wear glasses with the goggles, and strives to deliver that at a good price point. They are $79 retail & $99 with a roller system so not bad at all considering you can spend 2x that on other premium goggles. No real drama on the trip other than having a tire bead fail about 10 miles in on the first ride out! I put in mousses for Moab and the tire ended up failing on a mild rock face and would not hold the bead. Impromptu bike stand Had to put zip ties around tire so it would stay on the rim and then limped the bike back Not the best place for this to happen It was a great trip and we're already planning the next one! You can check these out on Leatt's website here. (We do not get anything if you order)
  10. Every year my buddies that I grew up with get together for a Dude’s Trip and go camping somewhere around Utah. Now we are getting older and can afford some toys and we all came up with something to ride. Dirt bikes, wheelers, and SxS machines were the mixture. Long story short, we rented an old log cabin (no power, out house, super rustic) and spent 5 days exploring up there. The trails were not hard, but the scenery blew my mind. And now I’m regretting not taking more than a couple pics. I’d highly recommend riding up here with your families. It is BEAUTIFUL up there! I even got to go fishing for a bit and caught a brook trout that I cooked up at the campfire and enjoyed every bite.
  11. Babyarmholdingapple

    Motocross See those dots, those are fans

    All the speculation about the track sucking has been surpassed. Can you believe how far away the fans are?
  12. A new Motocross track is coming to Southern Utah/Cedar City Area!!! Check us out on instagram at @DNCRaceway https://www.instagram.com/dncraceway/
  13. Been living in cedar city for ab 2 yrs, I’m so bored of three peaks, I have a single track loop in the canyon behind the golf course that I ride almost every day and that’s starting to get old, I know ab the sand track and the rock track in kanarraville, don’t like dunes, LOVE warner valley but to hot, and there’s still snow up by duck creek(haven’t tried those trails yet). Any suggestions on where to ride? Anyone in the area wanna meet up and ride?
  14. Thanks to the many other organizations and individuals who donated their time and money, 2014 was a very productive year for Ride with Respect. While most of our resources went to trail work, we also focused on a few education and advocacy projects to promote responsible recreation. This scope of work was made possible by the generosity of OHV riders as well as continued support from Grand County, Utah State Parks, the Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance, and the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative. (I know, the attached picture has an orange bike, but the rider has since traded it in for one of those new, blue 250F’s.) If you have yet to contribute, there’s still time to send a tax-deductible check to Ride with Respect at 395 McGill Avenue in Moab, Utah 84532. WHITE WASH - In the “Dubinky” riding area, RwR’s trail crew began with some finishing touches on last year’s projects. First, although vandals knocked down many fences that had kept riders on the designated route through Dead Cow and The Tubes, we were quick to build stronger fences with better explanations for restoring riparian areas. Second we opened the reroutes of three steep hills along Enduro Loop, and followed up to ensure that the new routes properly settle in. These projects were featured in a recent edition of Discover Moab: http://www.etypeservices.com/SWF/LocalUser/Moabtimes1//Magazine59656/Full/index.aspx?id=59656#/4/zoomed Then we moved on to three more reroutes of Enduro Loop (see bottom picture), including one section that’s shared with ATV riders south of White Wash. In each case, the new routes are loose, but will develop into flowing trails that riders are likely to prefer. More so, they’ll make it a lot easier to defend access in future. In planning the reroutes, BLM did all the environmental clearances, and provided all the necessary supplies. This partnership creates a joint buy-in that ought to support Enduro Loop for generations. LA SAL’S - In the mountains above Moab, we maintained the trail system at Upper Twomile, and installed a couple more cattle guards that were provided by SITLA. On USFS land, we installed several rolling dips to properly drain an ATV trail near Black Ridge (see top picture). This is one of three areas where RwR was able to borrow a mini dozer from Utah State Parks. The agency’s OHV program loaned the machine, transported it, and trained Dale Parriott and me to operate it. This is a good example of where your money goes when registering an OHV in Utah. SOVEREIGN TRAIL - Our work on Sovereign Trail consisted mostly of maintenance (see middle picture) and planning for trail use and nearby camping with the Utah division of Forestry, Fire, and State Lands. In December, a large boulder blocked the north end of Sovereign Singletrack. It could’ve been broken up and cleared out of the way, but above it are more boulders that could roll into the same spot. Fortunately several more contributors stepped up to route the trail away from the unstable area for good. EDUCATION - One cost of Moab’s strong tourism industry is more traffic on the trails. On top of that, some machines have gotten larger, faster, and more user-friendly for people who are new to the backcountry. To foster safe and courteous use of trails, Tread Lightly produced customized posters of its Ride On Utah campaign. So far RwR has distributed a dozen of these posters to OHV-related businesses in Moab. In addition to riding on designated routes, they encourage reducing your speed, sound, and dust when passing fellow trail users to leave a good impression. To guide the land managers in providing diverse recreation opportunities while conserving natural resources, a new book is being produced by the National OHV Conservation Council (NOHVCC). As one of several reviewers, I volunteered forty hours to provide feedback for the author. The final draft should establish a practical framework for land managers all over the world. In the meantime, NOHVCC helped produce a great educational video for OHV riders: Contact the Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association if you’d like to utilize this video in your state. ADVOCACY – From 2012 you may recall that U.S. Congressman Rob Bishop turned to county governments for his Eastern Utah Public Lands Initiative (EUPLI). The local input would help craft a bill that could benefit all stakeholders. It has the potential to provide stability for various industries and conservation interests. Since RwR has invested over ten-thousand hours toward trail infrastructure on public lands, we have participated through Grand County in EUPLI. We began the year with trips including one to the state capital at the invitation of BlueRibbon Coalition. Soon our attention returned to Grand County, where public meetings allowed residents to vent their frustrations about the current state of public lands: http://www.moabtimes.com/view/full_story/25149121/article--My-View-Local-input-on-federal-lands-is-a-grand-opportunity-? Fortunately the county followed up with more constructive meetings, and RwR participated in a working group on the Big Flat and Labyrinth Rims area, which includes White Wash. Ultimately the county council incorporated many interests into a win-win proposal. We hope that the new county council will honor this work when making recommendations to Rep. Bishop. MOAB RENDEZVOUS – Next year there will be a new way to support RwR. From April 16th through the 19th, the Rocky Mountain Adventure Riders will host its first Moab Rendezvous event for any kind of motorcyclist who likes to get dirty: http://www.rmariders.org/ The group is permitted to lead rides on trails from the wide-open Lockhart Basin to the tight and twisty Sovereign Singletrack. I will be there to assist the event hosts, as most of the proceeds will go directly to RwR. Fifty riders have already signed up, but there’s room for more. The Moab Rendezvous will surely be the most fun way to support trails and their surroundings. Although there’s a lot to prepare for, winter forces us to slow down and reflect. I am grateful for the widespread support of RwR, which is a tremendous team effort. Here’s to health and happiness this holiday season. Clif Koontz
  15. Anyone have any good recommendations for engine shops in the salt lake area. I need to have my 03 kx250 rebuilt from the crank up. I've been looking at Eric Gorr and Ken O'Connor but wanted to see if there was anything local. Plus if I could bring my motor to them and get some opinions in person I would like that. I found Proven Moto in Heber City, anyone ever deal w them?
  16. FlintownKilla

    Utah Coral Pink 10/11-10/13

    There's 6 people going with to the pinks for Columbus day. Look for us 3 KTMs 3 Hondas. Love to ride with more people.
  17. hello i have been laid off work, Yeah Vacation, I would like to hook up with some riders and hang out at moab for a week or so with my rv. I want to see all moab has to offer !!!. If you cant go can you share the gps tracks with me. I love riding all types of trails and terain. thanks boonie
  18. Tillman32

    Utah Need Riding Friends UTAH

    Hello, I'm always down to ride, every weekend and even week days after 5, I live in Highland/Alpine Area, Next to American Fork. I'm sick of not having anyone to ride with, its unsafe. I'll ride anything, anywhere anytime. I ride an 08 kx450f and I'm semi new to the 4 strokes, but with that being said, I'm still a skilled rider ( Won't slow you Down ) I'm almost 19 years old, I'll pay for my own gas,food/expenses. I just want to ride more. Anyone care to let me tag along with them, I'm just a normal guy, obsessed with Dirt Bikes.
  19. twistedkeys

    Utah Motorcycle Rentals?

    I've been thinking about what I want to do for my 18th birthday in May. Smoking, drinking, naked girls, and Vegas are ALL off the list. I don't have a HUGE amount of money to spend, but my parents might be able to lend me a few bucks. I was wondering if there was any motorcycle rental company in Utah? I just want to take a newish bike out for a half day ride around the mountains. The problem is I've only seen one bike rental place and they only have HDs, and you have to be 25 to rent there.... I don't mind if it's a dirt bike, dual sport, trike, cruiser, or sport bike, but I need to be able to ride one at 18 years old. Anyone have any ideas? Do you have to make a safety deposit on rentals? Maybe some other ideas for my birthday?
  20. Hello everyone, We invite you to follow the link below to our website to check out the group photo from the recent DirtWise Riding school held in St. George, UT. It was a little chilly in the mornings, but otherwise a very enjoyable two days of teaching. The sand dune exercises were so much fun! Many thanks to all who attended and we hope to see you out on the trails again soon! If you happened to miss out this time around and are interested in attending a future DirtWise school in this area, send us an email to dirtwise@shanewatts.com so we can contact you directly with updates. http://www.shanewatts.com/photos/School Cheers, Shane Watts dirtwise@shanewatts.com
  21. A group of us will be camping at King's Creek Campground next to Tropic Reservoir ( which is just west of Bryce N.P.) for a week in September and riding the trails in that area. The last 4 years we concentrated on the Paiute Trail system, now we're moving a little bit south to explore this area. We spent a day last year scouting this area and found there to be a lot of scenic riding to do. Our group consists of some married couples and single people from a trail riding club. If you'd like to join us for some or all of our trip just let me know. Greg
  22. Zachlax50

    Utah Cherry creek, Utah

    I'm thinking about heading down to cherry creek, anybody been thee before? I have a cr125, and I'm pretty new to riding.
  23. sledtrash

    Utah Utah Riding March 9-16?

    So a buddy and I have the week of the 12th-16th off and we are considering going riding in Southern Utah. We are looking for places not too far south but yet not in the snow anyone have some suggestions?? I considered Manti, Moab, and Green River... Any other good ideas?
  24. Hi everyone, We invite you to follow the link below to our website to check out the group photo from the recent DirtWise Riding school held in Price, UT. It got a little dusty at times but all of the hill climbing out of the sand washes was a blast! Great group of students!! Thanks heaps to all who attended and we hope to see you out on the trails again soon! If you happened to miss out this time around and are interested in attending a future DirtWise school in this area, send us an email to dirtwise@shanewatts.com so we can contact you directly with updates. http://www.shanewatt...m/photos/School Cheers, Shane Watts dirtwise@shanewatts.com