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Old 01-20-2009, 02:42 PM   #1
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New Waverly Dual Sport Ride Feb 8th

The Trail Riders of Houston is putting on a dual sport ride in and around the Sam Houston National Forest and New Waverly on February 8th. This ride is to benefit a boy named Garrett Hughes that has Lymphoma. Garrett's medical bills as you can imagine are hard to overcome for the family and TRH is offering this ride to everyone to come out and make a voluntary donation to the Garrett for his medical expenses if they can.
The only cost to anyone is for the USFS Trails pass, or one day $5:00 USFS Trail Use fee AND for an $8:00 Texas Off Highway Vehicle Program Permit Sticker. Both of these together cost $13 and are requirements by the US Forest Service to ride in the National Forest. Both will be available at the riders meeting or just before.

More information available on flyer or just call the number on the flyer.
The Flyer is hosted on the Texas Offroad Network.
Flyer: http://www.texasoffroad.net/forum_ph...?Number=577395

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Old 01-20-2009, 02:47 PM   #2
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I read on TWTEX forum that all bikes need to be street legal. Will the SHNF not waive this for a group charity ride?
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:17 PM   #3
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Well, some of the ride is in the SHNF, but most of it is dual sport on dirt and some paved roads around the area. SHNF has no control over regular traffic laws. I have seen some folks ride street legal looking bikes, but you know I can't condone that of course. I would say if your bike is anything but street legal, its a ride at your own risk deal. I think you COULD actually ride most of the route on a street bike if you didnt mind rocks n gravel and stuff. Im sure there will be work arounds or so for folks that cant or dont want to go thru the trails. All my street bikes have been on dirt roads kinda outta control at times. hehe

I would be sure and read the flyer well to make sure you have all the information you can though. There is some info I didnt include here that is on the flyer.
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:21 PM   #4
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I dont have a DS but would be able to ride the forest section, what trailhead are you entering at?
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:27 PM   #5
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TxSandman, Im not sure. I think the ride information will be given out at the riders meeting. It should be a good time. Im sure if we want more riding afterwards, we could just go ride the route again and or get some folks together afterward and go ride in the forest.

I would just plan on being at the riders meeting if you can for all that information.
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:32 PM   #6
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I may go up and ride the forest saturday if I get a chance. Anyone riding the SHNF on saturday?
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SUPERMOTO?? think it could hang in the woods? i've never ridden the forest
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Well, last I rode some of the trail out there it was a bit of roots. If you dont mind lots of sand and roots with street tires then cmon with it. I think there should be a work around for the trail section tho. Not sure, but I would have to look at the route again to make sure.
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sounds like it's gonna be a great ride.
Definetly a great cause.
Might have to find some distanza's for the tard.
This sounds like fun.
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