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  1. Who's ready to race on the lake?
  2. https://www.facebook.com/events/441612452999619/
  3. ARIZONA - BLM Announces Travel Management Planning Open House Meetings Greetings BRC Action Alert Subscribers, The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) invites the public's participation in the review of the Kingman Field Office Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment. The BLM will be hosting a series of open houses to show the public proposed route designations and ensure that the public has the ability to review the proposed designations prior to BLM making a final decision. The open houses will allow the public to comment on the proposed designations in order to make sure BLM gets it right. Attendance and participation in this review is crucial, especially for the users as you all are most familiar with the trails you use! Travel management is an approach to establishing networks of roads for travel and transportation including areas for both motorized and non-motorized uses. Travel management planning is necessary for designating and providing appropriate access to and across public lands for a variety of uses. This Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment includes Bagdad, Black Mountains, Cerbat Mountains, Crozier, Goodwin Mesa, Hualapai Mountains, Music Mountains and Poachies. It will also include the White Hills Travel Management Areas and encompasses Kingman, Bullhead City, Golden Valley, Chloride, Wikieup, Bagdad, Meadview, Dolan Springs, White Hills, and Wayside in Mohave, Yavapai and La Paz counties. During the three (3) open house meetings, maps of the proposed travel network and other alternatives will be available for review. BLM staff will be available to answer questions and receive comments on the project. The open houses will be held August at the following locations. August 21, 2018, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. - Hualapai Elementary School, 350 Eastern Street, Kingman, AZ August 22, 2018, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. - Suddenlink Community Center, 2380 Suddenlink Way, Bullhead City, AZ August 23, 2018, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. - Owens School, 14109 Chicken Springs Road, Wikieup, AZ The public comment period will be for a period of 30-calendar days from August 20 to September 18, 2018. More information can be found on-line at: https://go.usa.gov/xUsPq If you wish to remain on the project mailing list and made aware of the documents' availability, please notify them by email to blm_az_kfo_tmp_comment@blm.gov. If you have questions, please contact Matthew Driscoll, Outdoor Recreation Planner at (928)718-3736 or mdriscoll@blm.gov. Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC. Ric Foster Public Lands Department Manager BlueRibbon Coalition 208-237-1008 ext. 2
  4. Online Pre-Registration for the 2021 Arizona Trail Riders "Howlin' at the Moon" AMA National Dual Sport is now open. https://www.eventbrite.com/.../2021-howlin-at-the-moon... This year the rally will be held November 6-7, 2021 in Prescott Valley, Arizona at the Prescott Valley Elks Lodge located at 6245 E 2nd St, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314. There is a 200 rider limit for this event. NO Walk-up's. You must pre register. Participants MUST show proof of AMA membership at Check-In. If you are not an AMA member there is a 2-Day AMA membership available for $20. Registration is open to street legal motorcyclists only. Registration is open through October 30th, 2021. All riders must be registered participants to ride the event. Passengers ride for free but must purchase Guest food ticket. 2-Day Registration is $100 – Includes Sat/Sun Breakfast, Sat Lunch, GPS Track logs, and Thank You gift. Saturday Only Registration is $80 - Includes Breakfast, Lunch, GPS Track logs, and Thank You gift. Sunday Only Registration is $60 – Includes Breakfast, GPS Track logs, and Thank You gift. Event Schedule: FRIDAY - ATR staff will be onsite Friday afternoon/evening for early check-in. Look for the ATR banner in the RV area on the West side of the Elks lodge. SATURDAY - Starts with check-in and breakfast at the Elks Lodge. All routes will go to Crown King, AZ for lunch and gas then returning to the Elks lodge. Happy Hour starts when you arrive back at the Elks Lodge. The banquet and raffle will follow starting at 6:30pm. SUNDAY - Starts with check-in and breakfast at the Elks Lodge. All Sunday routes loop through the forest around Prescott back the the Elks lodge. The loops are shorter than Saturday and DO NOT have food or gas. There are A, B, and C routes available both days. ‘A’ routes are the toughest and include all manner of 2-track and some single track trail. ‘B’ routes are a mix of maintained and un-maintained roads and should be considered “Hero” routes for Big Bike riders. The ‘C’ routes are big bike friendly and will be paved roads along with maintained and semi-maintained dirt roads. There is limited dry camping available in the Elks Lodge parking lot. There is the possibility of RV hookup camping but we will not know availability until the event. DO NOT call the Elks lodge requesting a RV hookup site. All camping is first come first served and will be organized by ATR's own friendly onsite camp host Frank Staley. Look him up when you arrive. The RV hookup spots are $25.00 a day and the dry camp spots are $10.00 a day. Other camping and hotel options will be available on this page and at www.arizonatrailriders.org website. If you need to cancel for any reason a 100% refund is available until October 15, 2020. After October 15, 2020 a 50% refund is available. Please contact Don Hood at the1phxman@gmail.com to request a refund. For questions contact Don Hood (602.692.9382) or Frank Staley (623.826.1092)
  5. I got this bike and it was running great. Shut it down to go through a gate and it wouldn't start after that. Has spark, fuel, compression, carb is clean but it won't fire. Any Ideas?
  6. Went for a great ride today (3/23) at the Sycamore Creek OHV area, parked right at the lot by the turn off to Saguaro Lake and the Beeline Hwy. Some low life POS cut my catalytic converter off my toyota truck. So now I'm out $$$ to fix it. If you where out there today please let me know! Also if you see anything next time you ride there please make note. There was at least 10 other trucks parked, not sure any of them got hit. The MCSO has been notified and police report filed.
  7. Too late now to save it...🤬 Jonah Trussel - San Tan Valley, AZ March 17, 2021 It is with a heavy heart and a lump in my throat that I’m announcing effective April 4, 2021 Arizona Speedway and ET Motopark will cease operations. The Arizona State Land Department has decided that the facility and noise it produces does not fit into their neighboring development plan and no further negotiations will be had. As per agreement, we will continue with events for the next few weeks and concluded April 3rd with the last dance. ET Motopark has been part of the motorsports community for 20 years and Arizona Speedway has been part of that same community since April of 2011. We have held thousands of motocross practices and events, nearly 400 dirt track events, more than 100 mud bog and sand drag events and a long list of other events and functions that we are proud to be part of. Through the facility, we have met hundreds of thousands of fantastic people, fans, racers and now friends from all over the country. Our staff members and tremendously supportive sponsors, have been instrumental to our success. Along with them, our patrons, fans, racers, event partners which have became friends, sanctioning bodies and mx riders were key in taking us from dirt hills in the middle of the desert, to being able to become a large part of what will now be Arizona racing history. The rest is more personal to me and I understand not the correct way to write a release. There are far too many people to thank and list individually, please don’t get offended if not mentioned. Mark Paludan, you have as much to do with the success of the facility as Steve and myself. Tim, Stacy, Danelle and Tyler Mecl, Steve and Lisa Soboski, Pete and Stacy Hernandez, Jerry Milanowski, Sandra Ellisor, Ronnie and Brenda Sanchez, Bill Huesman, Wes Koskela and Linda Carson, Gary Burt, Harry and Nancy Luge, Rick Setzer, Kurt Rainbolt, Tom Withers, Bruce and Kim Sipes, Dion and Jason Phillips, Harley and Stacy Coy, the Toops, Ray, CJ, Kiernan, Val, Rominger, Cathy, Conrad, David, Sherylene, Allison, Dan, Carl and all of DRP, Leroy, the Hooks, Carter, Steven, Riley your often volunteered service, friendship and long hours ongoing support helped either get us started or kept us going if joining later on and were instrumental in our success and I thank you for your dedication. I looked all day for someone that still had a copy of our high school yearbooks. I was in there quoted saying, “I will run a race track and be making millions” by a certain age it was either 35 or 45. Well, 1 outta 2 isn’t bad and I did by a lottery ticket today so there’s still hope. More than anything yet mentioned, I am forever indebted to and thankful for my entire family. My wife Jamila, my kids Teagan and Ryker, my mother Sherry and my dad and partner Steve and my sister Kaily. For the countless unpaid hours and struggles I put all of you through, the backseats that you and your plans were forced to take so that the facility could continue to progress, for spending most every weekend working and making you work also and creating work that really didn’t need to be done as I just “had an idea”, for all the arguments, all of the times I had to answer just one more call, one more message, put on one more load of water or make one more pass in the blade while you waited in the truck or on me to come home, all the balls I didn’t throw to you, all my kid stories I didn’t focus on while you were telling me, all the things I didn’t teach but should have and all the trips we didn’t take and romantic things I didn’t make time for and all the times I treated you like employees instead of parents or my wife and sometimes kids. I apologize for all of it and all I missed on the list. I love you and I appreciate all of your sacrifice’s that selfishly allowed me to live my dream for so long and I will try my best to repay my debt to you and make up for time passed. I have been blessed with a great family and great friends, a great staff that have always been better than me, fantastic sponsors and 13 years of a business that has been full of ups and downs but it has been the absolute coolest damn thing I can think of doing for a living. We are leaving here blessed, fortunate and filled with gratitude for everyone that played a part in making this a hell of a ride. Thank you to everyone for years of support from myself and my family and we will likely see you somewhere again in the future! We hope to see everyone at one, some, any and better yet all of the remaining events listed below. Sincerely, Jonah Trussel & Steve Coleman Arizona Speedway and ET Motopark remaining schedule: 3/20 IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods, Stock Cars, Bombers 3/21 Motocross 3/27 Mud Bogs and Sand Drags Finale 3/28 Motocross 4/3 Final Motocross 4/3 The Last Dance - Sprint Cars, Modifieds, Sport Mods, Stock Cars, Bombers
  8. Trail Riders of S AZ, and AZ State parks OHV Ambassadors present a "Return to riding" ride... Sunday, September 22, 2019 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM Have not ridden in a long while or are you new to the sport of dirt bike riding? Just looking for something less technical and mellow? Then you should come out for this ride. This Show Me/Get Back to Riding Ride will take place in the Santa Rita Mountains. We we use an OHV staging area just off Forest Service Road #163. Be at the OHV Staging area ready to ride at 8:30am. Directions to Gardner Canyon Road: Directions (Google Maps) to the Gardner Canyon Turn off Highway 83. https://www.google.com/maps/dir/I-10+%26+AZ-83+%26+Mountain+View-Sonoita+Hwy,+Vail,+AZ+85641/15605+E+Gardner+Canyon+Rd,+Sonoita,+AZ+85637/@31.9368928,-110.804036,11.9z/data=!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x86d6f4df5807ed57:0x9d94ff5d734f3c5c!2m2!1d-110.6936423!2d32.009937!1m5!1m1!1s0x86d6eaf420994b27:0x2dc90a49431214bd!2m2!1d-110.6635101!2d31.7374935 Directions to OHV Staging Area: Once off Highway 83 and onto Gardner Canyon Road, turn mileages from 83. FS 163 all the way to Staging Area. Go .84 miles make a Right Turn on Fish Canyon, go 1.68 miles make Right Turn (Left takes you into private property, Abby) go 2.8 miles then Left. At 3.05 miles from Highway 83 you should now be at the OHV Staging Area. GPS location of the staging area is: Lat N 31.742851 Long. W -110.707852 We will ride at least 20 miles. There are a few points of interest locations where we can stop and check out. All riding will be on the 2-track (Jeep) MVUM routes in the area. RSVP HERE https://www.meetup.com/Tucson-Dirt-Bike-Trail-Riders-Meetup/events/264702992/?rv=co1&_xtd=gatlbWFpbF9jbGlja9oAJGZmNTQ5YzZlLTUzNWQtNGQ0Ny05MzQxLTcxMzRiZmI0OTBlMQ
  9. Arizona State park service wants to know about your trail use, resident or visitor... Have at it! https://azstateparks.com/trail-survey
  10. I have a FMF Gnarly that I would like to trade for another FMF/PC/bills or stocker plus little bit of cash. It has too much bottom for me!
  11. Hi all, new guy here. After all this precipitation this past couple months, I can finally get the bikes out tomorrow. Anybody know if Hayfield draw is flowing? Is that even a big deal (except trying to get my boy to wash the bike when we get done)? Thanks. Steve
  12. Would like to find some dirt bike trail riders to ride with on the weekends. Not looking to ride some hike a bike trails either. Thanks
  13. So I know this has been covered a little on here already but the threads are pretty old. Where are the good trails in havasu? I’ve been riding out here for 10 years, and feel like I know the area pretty good. Atleast the north side between the airport and bison area. Used to be pretty fun riding right out of the garage but SXS’s have ruined the trails so bad they are almost unridable now. Havent really explored the south side of town. Looking for some single track (theirs one or two on the north side but it’s like hard enduro style)
  14. Hey all, Im visiting from Michigan from Dec 9 thru 14 and am looking for places to ride my '18 KTM 350 EXC-F near the Tempe AZ area. Any info is greatly appreciated. Also what permits/ stickers do I need to ride?
  15. I have a 4 day weekend for New Years and I'm trying to find somewhere to head from Denver. I like desert riding. I'd like to keep it within 8-10 hours? 1. Red Sands OHV - Alamagordo, NM and surrounding. Am I dreaming that it wont be freezing cold? I see avg highs of 58 in January. 2. Big Bend NP. Could just head south if NM is too cold? 3. Southern AZ. Hot Well Dunes, Tucson area (probably too far for only 4 days) Thanks for any suggestions!
  16. Staying in Queen creek for the holiday and looking for riding buddy. This is my fourth Christmas down there and have ridden boulders and a couple other places. I am 53, can hang just fine and ride 60 miles of single track without whining and asking where the truck is. 2017 yz250x. I try and get out for five separate ride days when in town. Thank you so much.
  17. I am new to riding in the desert and the tiny gravel called sand around here. I run Dunlop AT-81's back home because they work well in a variety of conditions and don't climb mud ruts. The one thing I don't like is that with the narrower tread profile on the AT-81 it doesn't grip as well in hard leaning turns- since the tread doesn't wrap around the carcass as far as say, an MX-52 for example. This makes me wonder if I might "skate" less on the BLM trails if I ran a different tire. What tires are popular out here and why?
  18. Is anyone familiar with this seven mile gulch trail or the Alto Pit area in Prescott? If so, what are your thoughts on them? They look like good areas to ride during the summer. What are some other summer riding spots in Arizona that provide some escape from the heat?
  19. Hello, Wondering if anyone knows if there is any single track trails around the Lake Havasu area. Actual single track, not washes. Plus if you do know of any, how much? Planning on being down there next month. Looking to find out how many days one may be able to spend there riding. Appreciate any info. Thanks!
  20. So decided to take a last minute trip to AZ for Christmas. I will be bringing two street tagged bikes but from what I understand I still need an AZ OHV sticker. I'm leaving probably the 21st so no time to get one mailed can I get one in person somewhere? Planning on being in the Mesa area. I was thinking I could just apply on line and carry the receipt in case I get stopped. Also any suggestions on riding would be great, looking for the single. Thanks
  21. Anyone want to ride out by cotton wood canyon this week?
  22. WANTED: More Single Track on The Coronado National Forest This not an event – this is an important educational message Trail Riders of Southern Arizona (TRS) is recognized by the Coronado National Forest (CNF) Supervisor as an Off-Highway Vehicle Partner. Together we have a documented Memorandum of Understand (MOU) and a Forest wide Volunteer User Agreement in place. These agreements are intended to provide mutual benefit for both parties and enhance motorized recreation for all users on the CNF. As a Partner, the Forest Supervisor has designated TRS to be the communication link to his Office, his Staff and District Rangers on the subject of motorcycle related recreation on the CNF. At our Quarterly Meeting this week, the Forest Supervisor informed TRS he has received phone calls from dirt bike riders requesting more single-track trails be built on the CNF. His response was to redirect those requesting more trails to TRS. So, should you be interested in creating additional single-track trails, please contact TRS at Trailridersofsoaz@gmail.com. We welcome those interested in improving moto recreational opportunities here in Southern Arizona. In fact now is a good time to contact TRS as we are currently in the first stage of planning Red Spring Trail Phase 2 in the Tumacacori Mountains of the. Nogales Ranger District
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