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About cmayer31

  • Birthday 10/11/1981

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  • Where I Prefer To Ride
    Street Often - Mostly ride on asphalt, but I do enjoy an off-road trail from time to time.
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    Camping, riding, photography, hiking, and just about anything that sounds interesting.
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  1. cmayer31

    WTB Small dual sport

    I think one of the first SDAR rides I did way back then you were on a TW200. We went up through Ramona and Mesa Grande and Black Mountain. May be mixing up names.
  2. cmayer31

    WTB Small dual sport

    Thanks for the list, they're actually all ones that we've looked at! Majority of riding will be around Ocotillo Wells and Anza Borrego with some trips up into Barstow, Big Bear / Arrowhead and Johnson Valley. Family of 4 getting back into dirt riding. Eventually will end up with a couple green sticker bikes and couple dual sports. We just picked up a green sticker Honda CRF230 as an all around bike to have.
  3. cmayer31

    WTB Small dual sport

    I've personally had some not great experiences with modified bikes; no reflection on your friend. At this point, looking more for a stock bike though.
  4. cmayer31

    WTB Small dual sport

    Definitely all of those are on the list.
  5. cmayer31

    WTB Small dual sport

    I’m not opposed. It’s always been an interesting bike.
  6. Looking for a small dual sport for the wife and soon to be driving son. Thought I would check here to see if anyone has been sitting on a 250-300 that needs a new home. Just something easy and reliable.
  7. cmayer31

    ADV Tire Review

    Lots of good info here. Will be getting tires on my 1200gs within the next few months. I like to think it'll be a 50/50 adventure bike, but truth is I do 100 miles of slab a day on it commuting now. Trailmax mission makes the most sense, but will take a good look at the offerings from Motoz now as well.
  8. cmayer31

    It's baaaaaaaaaaack....!

    Congrats on getting the bike back! Huge props to Ken and the team that assembled to help make the recovery.
  9. cmayer31

    Been here since Aug.

    Welcome to the board! Was out in Ocotillo Wells and Anza Borrego last week and love the riding/camping out there. Do you have a number for the off road recovery service? Would be a good number to store in the phone or tape inside the glove box
  10. Don't know if this is part of the New Omnibus Public Lands Bill, but I just saw a news article on this and it doesn't sound good. Here's a summary: The new policy creates a management category called "Wild Lands". BLM Director Bob Abbey said it hasn't been decided how many acres are expected be designated as "Wild Lands" and whether those acres will be off-limits to motorized recreation or commercial development while under congressional review. It's also unclear whether there will be a time limit on how long acres can be managed as "Wild Lands" before a decision is made on their future. Sounds like BLM field staff can close down BLM land until it goes through an official review. From MSNBC
  11. Randy, I have not signed up on the volunteer list, but I do have a 2m and license. If you need more licensed people for the permit let me know, and I'll sign up for radio duty.
  12. cmayer31

    Interesting SPOT thread

    I've been following that thread as well and it is a very enlightening read. It is pretty remarkable the series of small errors that turned into a life threatening event. I'm most disappointed in the actions of the BLM guy, but he also isn't part of the thread so we don't hear his side of the story. Either way, I've asked for a SPOT 2 for Xmas.
  13. One of my favorite areas to camp and fish. One of these days I'll have to take the bike along! Looks like it was a great trip.
  14. cmayer31

    Redline Electrics

    Good to know! There's no lack of electrical gremlins around

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