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Old 10-06-2007, 11:36 AM   #21
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it's drizzling here on 105, but i think it should clear up this afternoon. a little rain is good, it will knock down the dust and give you a little more traction. hit me up at the shop or on my cell if you need any last minute parts.
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:17 PM   #22
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The forest is 99.9% sand, yes SAND. It was really hard to navigate the sand especially with my street tire on the front.

Is the whole forest sand? I rode on the west side, from the second trail head you come to, north side of 1375.

I had millville dirt tires, soft compound, worked really well. Got lazy and didnt change the front on my bike (because I didnt have a spare rim) huge mistake!! It was like driving a boat. Had a few tree collisions.

wild west honda has the OHV stickers $8
$5.00 trail head fee per bike.

My advice to anyone is

1. take a hydration pack(full of cold water)
2. get a map of the trails
3. take a compass/gps
3. take a flash light
4. head light is recomended

I bought a cingular/att pre paid cell phone (15.00 at frys) had perfect signal most everywhere, and for the price who cares if you lose it, works for good in case of emergency.
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:45 PM   #23
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South of the Stubblefield TH is Kellys Pond, and there is less sand over there than where you rode, you can camp there as well. Yes there is alot of sand there, I couldn't imagine trying it on a mini.
I'll be there (stubblefield) mon. morning around 0830.
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