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  1. no kidding, luckily I live 3 minutes from the trailhead
  2. I was lurking Darrin's ride this morning and about 1 mile from my house I had a front blowout, it sucked up so much power that I thought my motor blew. Once I found out what the problem was I limped home. I decided to use only the tools and tube that I had with me to make sure I had everything I needed. I had it all except baby power so I pre-powdered my new tube before I put it in the finder pack and now my bike smells as good as a babies butt. Sense it was too late for the ride I just went to Pine Valley. I wound up meeting some new people and had a great ride. See you guys next time
  3. I was out there last month with the 4-wheelers and did a lot of trimming on Espinoza rd, I will be out there again with SDAR. I noticed trail 6 (Bobcat) needs trimming and 5 (Bronco flats) needs some rock work, these aren't the trails that we sponsor but they need help worse than Kernan and Ranger. I'll see you there. Ken
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    Devil's Creek

    We will be leaving the Guatay Country Store at 9:00 tomorrow morning. I have parking at my house next to the store, Chris Ln 2nd house on the left
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    Devil's Creek

    yep, I ride a KTM 530 and I have done several black diamond trails, not limited to Sidewinder, Bronco Peak, Bronco Flats, Ranger, Peace Maker, Sodbuster, Desert Dash 3x and others. sooo I'm in.
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    Devil's Creek

    I've always wanted to try this but I'm not sure if I have the skills. Will you be returning thru Chariot Cyn, gas in Julian? I would stage from my house in Guatay and go thru Pine Creek. I'll PM you my phone number.
  7. This Sunday we will be at Corral Canyon to do some trail cleanup and 4 wheeling. While this is not a motorcycle event, anyone can come help us clean up our park. The government pays the park for volunteers, last year we got almost $40.000 and used it to buy a new trail machine. hope to see you there, Ken Orman here is the details Sunday 5-5-19 at 8:30 AM - 12 PM Trail Clean Up and Wheelin. We need a few people to run each of the popular trails out there. These can be wheeled, hiked or both. Trail for every level. Meeting at Four Corners parking area. 8:30am Plan on heading out to the trails at 9am sharp. I would like to cover Sidewinder, Bronco Peak, Gunslinger, Diamond Back, Winchester, Peacemaker and The Connector needs some brush clearing. Bring Glasses, gloves and lopper for trimming would be good. They will provide some trash bags and haul the garbage out Directions to Corral Canyon OHV Area: I8 East to Buckman Springs Road. Go South on Buckman Springs Road about 3.25 miles look for right hand turn and Signs for Corral Canyon OHV area. Follow this road for about 2.5 mile to 4 Corner Staging area. Plan to roll out to different trails at 9am sharp. Lets keep this place looking clean. Maybe careless folks will get it someday. Thanks,
  8. yep, I will be there at 9 and ksu 9:15
  9. Last red sticker ride of the season. We are going to ride from Pine Valley to Corral Canyon and back this Saturday. Justin and I can meet you at the Cul De Sac at 9am and be back at the truck in about 3 or 4 hours. This ride is considered easy, but is not for beginners. Slower pace, almost intermediate terrain. Ken
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    New GPS advise.

    Oh, and on your Big Bear trip just follow the arrow
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    New GPS advise.

    My Garmin 78 is small enough to fit on my bars and still big enough to see, it works for days on 2 AA rechargeables so no need to hard wire. it moves from my Jeep to bike to backpack in seconds with the Ram Mount. works great with free Google earth and free USGS topo maps. its been rolled, crashed and left out in the weather. I got it at West Marine for $99 and used a lot for 5 years, still works great.
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    What's your yard look like rite now?

    It was cold outside so I just grabbed these pics out my windows
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    Pine Valley Bear Valley Rd

    Deer Park is closed and there is a tree down on Pine Creek rd
  14. This Saturday we will be at Corral Canyon to do some trail cleanup and 4 wheeling. While this is not a motorcycle event, anyone can come help us clean up our park. hope to see you there, Ken Orman here is the details Saturday, October 15 at 8:30 AM - 12 PM Trail Clean Up and Wheelin. We need a few people to run each of the popular trails out there. These can be wheeled, hiked or both. Trail for every level. Meeting at Four Corners parking area. 8:30am Plan on heading out to the trails at 9am sharp. I would like to cover Sidewinder, Bronco Peak, Gunslinger, Diamond Back, Winchester, Peacemaker and The Connector needs some brush clearing. Bring Glasses, gloves and lopper for trimming would be good. I will provide some trash bags and haul the garbage out in my towrig. I would like to work for 2.5 hours, Then meeting up back at the Lower campground for lunch (12noon) and go do some wheeling. Directions to Corral Canyon OHV Area: I8 East to Buckman Springs Road. Go South on Buckman Springs Road about 3.25 miles look for right hand turn and Signs for Corral Canyon OHV area. Follow this road for about 2.5 mile to 4 Corner Staging area. Plan to roll out to different trails at 9am sharp. Lets keep this place looking clean. Maybe to careless folks will get it someday. If you show up late and have a race radio, I will be on KOH frequency. 157.450RX TX Thanks,
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