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Old 06-11-2012, 10:21 PM   #21
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im extremely new to dirtbikes and have been riding my xr100 along the greens bayou and then over around the intercontinental airport,,lots of woods but lots of streets too
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:42 PM   #22
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:08 AM   #24
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I rode some decent trails this past sunday. Near HWY 90 & 2100. they run close to San Jac river.
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Old 06-12-2012, 08:04 AM   #25
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:23 PM   #27
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Muddy buddies is awesome. Going on Sunday maybe. 1.25 hrs from Missouri City in Halletsville. $15 a day, has food and cabins on site. Has easy easy trails, hard hard trails, motorcross jumps, river mud bog, something for everyone. And they let you drink and ride with no helmets with your kids on your shoulders, guns on your hip, with your gramma in an easy chair on a trailer like they never heard of a lawsuit.



Or, corner of 290 / 610. My little in town semi secret spot. Good to have a bit of experience, lots of up and down.

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Muddy buddies is awesome. Going on Sunday maybe. 1.25 hrs from Missouri City in Halletsville. $15 a day, has food and cabins on site. Has easy easy trails, hard hard trails, motorcross jumps, river mud bog, something for everyone. And they let you drink and ride with no helmets with your kids on your shoulders, guns on your hip, with your gramma in an easy chair on a trailer like they never heard of a lawsuit.
interested in the mud buddies, i may have to check that out..
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Old 06-12-2012, 09:59 PM   #29
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ive been yearning for places to ride and it seems everyone has their secret spot. I think this weekend im going to put a hitch on my car..screw this i have to be able to take my bike places to go to some of the places you guys are talking about
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Muddy buddies is awesome. Going on Sunday maybe. 1.25 hrs from Missouri City in Halletsville. $15 a day, has food and cabins on site. Has easy easy trails, hard hard trails, motorcross jumps, river mud bog, something for everyone. And they let you drink and ride with no helmets with your kids on your shoulders, guns on your hip, with your gramma in an easy chair on a trailer like they never heard of a lawsuit.



Or, corner of 290 / 610. My little in town semi secret spot. Good to have a bit of experience, lots of up and down.

hey keep me posted, i'd like to tag along.
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:17 PM   #31
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Now that it's summer with late light, I'm gonna start doing the after work brickhouse gully thing again. Maybe Thursdays. i'll start a thread when time allows...
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:39 PM   #32
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might be going to rio tomorrow after work. its a regular thing on wednesdays, but i haven't been able to make lately.
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Ill have my bike and plan on showing up to ride. Hope someone is there to ridw with.
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Old 08-05-2012, 05:02 PM   #34
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Well, got a new(to me) bike, so reviving this.

Can someone explain to me the Rio membership deal? I take it they don't do daily's like 3 palms?

Anyone else been to mud buddies? I got some friends that are still pretty green, and the trails would probably be better for them.
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Old 08-05-2012, 05:43 PM   #35
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Well, got a new(to me) bike, so reviving this.

Can someone explain to me the Rio membership deal? I take it they don't do daily's like 3 palms?

Anyone else been to mud buddies? I got some friends that are still pretty green, and the trails would probably be better for them.
Rio is $25 a day (no membership)

or $50 annual membership (includes that days ride) with additional day rides at $15 each.

sometimes discounts pop up and you can get a discount if you are a member of TRH.
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So Rio, and Sam Houston are the places to go eh?
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rio is fun, and its close to me... i have not been to the forest... i plan to go sometime... a couple of degrees cooler would help motivate me...
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East side of SHNF is now open last I heard...like Tommy, I'm waiting for cooler temps.
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So Rio, and Sam Houston are the places to go eh?
3 Palms off of 45 has 6 tracks, trails, etc. I went to the SHNF a couple of weekends ago and rode on the east side trails. Good times. Going next Sunday.
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