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  1. Anyone TT'rs been to Walker in the last few days that can provide a condition report. Thanks
  2. I am going to ride my drz at the c forest looking for some suggestions of where to ride I am intermediate rider and I like a little challenge
  3. We were at the mission creek staging are this morning at 8:00 and were informed by 2 search and rescue volunteers that they were looking for a rider that has been missing since saturday. rode over to sand hill staging area and found search and rescue set up there,we were told to go back the way we came and to be careful. does anyone know if they have found the missing rider yet?
  4. Anyone up for a ride Friday or Sat? , Weather is looking to be decent .
  5. Due to the negative Nancys and Paul Watsons, nobody gets to see the fun.
  6. The 44th Annual Smuggler Poker Run - July 29-30 2017 Tacoma Trail Cruisers presents the 44th Annual Smuggler Poker Run. Set on the trails in the beautiful Capitol State Forest, the Smuggler covers nearly 60 miles of trails (Long Course, Motorcycles only) and 30 miles of ATV and motorcycle friendly terrain(Short Course) (Address - 9201 Sherman Valley Rd SW, Olympia, WA 98512). We have online registration as well as event day registration. Below is our Facebook page and our website. http://www.tacomatrailcruisers.org/ https://www.facebook.com/tacomatrailcruisers/
  7. Ok! Since it is getting to be getting close to that time of year and I have not seen anything about GPNF, It might be a little early but let me be the first to start a "Gifford Pinchot National Forest Trail Up-Date page. Lets hear them!
  8. Ok, show of hands, who here is satisfied with the direction this area is going. I've been up a few times and I must say it's pretty tame. I don't want to offend the volunteers that have put some serious work into this riding area, but the planning is lacking in my opinion. What I saw yesterday was a bunch of cars parked along the road where we used to park (way down below). I assume these are hikers and such since they were all driving Subarus. I feel like a kid who has had his favorite toy taken away and given to his spoiled brat kid brother only to be given a rubber band to play with to make up for it. I know, I know, there were erosion issues and enivironmental concerns to be dealt with, but really. The reason I loved Reiter is the challenge and there isn't any any more. I was reading some of the proposed trail layouts and it talks about making areas to go around muddy spots in case people don't want to go through the mud. THAT'S THE POINT! Reiter never gave you the choice. You either went through the obstacle or you didn't go, period. Anyway, rant over for now. Please feel free to convince me otherwise.
  9. Has anyone gone up 80 or 2 yet from the south? If so, how far did you get and how many downed trees? Did you clear to the snow line or are there more to clear?
  10. To All Off-Road Enthusiasts in SW Washington: As you may have heard there is good news brewing in the Yacolt Burn State Forest. After nearly seven years of planning we are finally going to begin building new 4x4, ATV, and Dirt Bike trails as part of the first phase of the DNR's ten year recreation plan for the Yacolt Burn. Yes, it's true - it's actually going to happen! Leadership from the Jones Creek Trail Riders Association (JCTRA), and Piston’s Wild Motorsports as well as other supporting organizations has already engaged in several meetings with the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to discuss the “nuts and bolts” of implementing the trail building process. Throughout the month of May, our groups will be working on the ground with the DNR finalizing trail layout and roughing in the first sections of new trails. Much of the roughing in process will be handled using heavy equipment, so the need for volunteers will be minimal during the month of May. Once a portion of the trails has been roughed-in, we will need an outpouring of volunteer support to complete the trail building process. Toward the end of May, dates will be announced for work parties in June and beyond and that is when we will need the off-road community to join in and help build the new trails! To put it simply, JCTRA will take the lead on building most of the ATV and Dirt Bike (single-track) trails and Piston’s Wild Motorsports will take the lead on building the 4X4 trails. Both groups will be working in cooperation with the DNR and in accordance with the approved plan. In most cases there will be separate operations going on in the forest for these projects although it will not be uncommon to share resources to promote building trails at the least cost and the highest rate of efficiency. In some cases volunteers may be asked to help out with either type of trail building project as the need arises. Please remember that it is in all of our best interests to see both groups succeed as the trail projects are linked together. If one group falls too far behind, the other will not be allowed to proceed. This will be a team effort to bring additional motorized recreation to the Yacolt Burn! So how can you help? The best way to stay informed about the progress of the new trail building and what you can do to help is to register on the http://www.jctra.org website (ATV/MC) or http://www.pistonswild.com forum (4x4). Registering on these internet sites will add you to the respective clubs email address list which means you'll get up to date emails letting you know what's is going on, when there are work parties planned, and how you can get involved in the process. It is 100% free and you do not have to join or become a member of either club to be added to the email list(s). Registering is easy and you can have your name removed from the list(s) at any time. To register and add yourself to the JCTRA.org mailing list please click HERE to begin the registration process. We will also be posting periodic news and calls for volunteers on some of the local forums such as Thumpertalk, PNW4WDA and OMRA forums . . . but adding your name to the above email lists is the only way to ensure that you will receive the most up to date and accurate information. We thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you on the trails ! ! !
  11. Hey, nephew is coming for late summer break and wants to ride weekend practice at Washougal. There seems to be some Open Practices left. How crowded? Camping? How do they run those practice laps? Thanks, Bull
  12. Hey guy I’m going to the beach in ocean shores, Washington in a few weeks. Wanted to bring my bike to explore, primarily want to ride some dunes by the coast, wanted to ask if there’s any designated riding around that coast of ocean shores, or grayland area?
  13. I'm a relatively new rider as I've only had my bike for two years. It's an 07 wr250f and I'm getting to the point that I finally need new tires as the current ones are chunking apart and running holes into the sides of my tubes. It currently has a motoz tractionator Enduro I/T 120/90/18 in the rear and a Kenda washougal II DC 90/100/21 in the front, both fatter than stock and both DOT approved. While my bike is street legal, most of my riding is off-road so a dot tire would be nice but not mandatory. I ride the standard Washington spots like reiter, walker, tahuya, mattawa, Evans creek, cle elum, etc. I'm still a fairly entry level rider so I'm not riding the most insane technical single track mountain goat trails or anything. Some single track, some desert rocks, lots of fire roads and atv trails, rocks, logs dirt etc. I don't ride too much in the winter or wet conditions but being the northwest, it can always be wet/muddy/slimy. I'm thinking I might go back towards something less fat as I get a lot of rubbing on my exhaust from the 120. My front rubbed the neoprene protectors off my forks. So maybe a 110 in the rear and a 80 in the front. I'm overwhelmed by all the possible options. Gummy, hybrids, traditional, cheaters, trials etc. They don't have to be dot rated but it could be an added bonus if they were. I know this might be a huge personal preference issue like oil or bike brand but I'm just hoping to see if there are a few tires I can narrow my selection down to otherwise I kind of feel like I'm choosing blindly without much experience. Sorry if this has been covered a bunch, most of my searches looked like they were a few years old and a lot of new tires have come out since then. Thanks in advance.
  14. Post here if you are looking for ride company or a guide for Tahuya.
  15. Anyone up for a ride this weekend? Could be the last chance this year!
  16. Found this morning, let me know if it's yours. Their were car "campers" there still sleeping that surely would have grabbed it, so I snagged it first.
  17. ` Just got a renewal notice today for my DR650. $20.00 increase for Kittitas county!!! $15.00 more "vehicle weight fee" than the $10.00 they charged last year, and a new $5.00 fee for a sub agent or WA state ferry replacement. So I'm expected to pay about .71 cents a pound for my Suzuki, My 3/4 ton pickup is charged $93.00, which is about .21 cents per pound, that's based on unloaded weight. Now if you load the two vehicles the difference works out to about .10 per pound for the pickup vs. .36 per pound for the motorcycle.. Our state government clearly thinks we are stupid, and easy marks for fleecing.
  18. I did a really bad job of checking figment and didn't add a lanyard to stop my Contour camera from falling off my new fork mount. Thinking it either fell off at the campground or from there to the about 1/2 mile into 1363/ Taneum Ridge Trail. I can offer good beer as a reward... Thanks, Tim
  19. Very late notice, I am going to ride there tomorrow.
  20. Quite a while ago, it was brought to all of our attention that there had been a slide over the winter that cut off the devil's gulch trail. I am asking if anyone knows if this has been cleared yet? Anyone able to ride it? Thanks, Joe
  21. Has anyone been on lower Mad River trail #1409 or any of the others around Tyee or Entiat? I'm wondering how many trees are down or have been cleared as well as snow level. Also, any idea when the upper Mad Lake #1409.1 , Alder Ridge, Chikamin trails will be opening this year? Usually they are slated to open June 15th but they rarely do. http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5313093.pdf
  22. On Sunday TT member tony951 aka " The Human Yarder" .( This guy likes to work and is stronger than a ox! I almost didn't need a saw! ) helped me clear 943A to 1388 and up to Blow Out. One tangle that was out of our league will be cleared by Sat. It is two large trees about 100 yards just before the the split to 943B. Other trails that have been cleared are 946,900 to the snow line,952,947,948 almost to the top. Next Friday and Saturday morning I will be clearing 942/Lagos from the west end going north. Would like to have some company. Lagos south into 941 is clear as of last weekend. Photo's are too large for this site
  23. Had plans to ride tomorrow but they fell through. I'm new to riding here so not quite willing to go out on my own yet. Thanks in advance. PM if you are!
  24. We are marking up two new ish courses for the Eddieville NMA hare scramble on Saturday, April 23 and the Starvation Ridge NMA H.S. on Sunday, April 24th. We are running lots of grass, some moist spots , and running the " Ride the Plank " section at Eddille.Our log section, MX track, and our flat track will also be on the menu. The Ridge will run portions of our core course as well as some older 24hr sections, and maybe some plowed sections. Ponds are mostly full and the lifejacket is waiting to be signed. Weather looks perfect with cooler temps in the low 60's as well as cloudy with a chance of showers. The surface of the ground has dried out enough that a little rain would be a good thing. Hope to see you there!
  25. I was out today. A dash of rain, no dust, trails are in great shape! I'm headed out solo tomorrow, if anyone is looking for a riding partner let me know. Today my biz partner and I saved an atv rider that was pinned under his rig. Lucky he wasn't hurt, he was pretty frustrated trying to get free from the farm size atv he had. I'll be ready to ride around 10am.
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