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  1. Good times for sure! I can't make it today, going to the lake with the family. Have fun out there.
  2. Otay River Valley ride tomorrow 9/14 meet at 8:30am and return around 10:30am-11am. Beat the heat ride. Just hitting the trails/hills/tracks/explore in there for a quick ride. Small Bike Only, Intermediate+ Ride. Meeting at High Tech High School East front parking lot. https://goo.gl/maps/mjHfkpXHvhp5grkY8
  3. Sucks to always hear of new fences being put up, but hey still best places in world to ride is Baja. Food looks amazing.
  4. Have fun! I'm riding Piutes Peak area this weekend with a fairly large group. Leaving today, never been riding up there so super jazzed to hit the trails there.
  5. I'm in if it's cool to meet you when you go up Pio Pico side assuming, that's the route you're going after Honey Spring's Rd. I can be there at 9:30am and just wait for you guys. Riding the 500, it's all I got. lol I'll PM you. Greg
  6. luna

    What size tank?

    I think you're making my point, if your not going to fill up all the time, have the ergo's of smaller tank, and be comfortable on motorcycle for the ride. Takes about 20-30 minutes to change a tank out. Put the correct one on for the riding situation that day/trip. I guess we'll agree to disagree.
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    What size tank?

    No way would I put a 6 gallon tank on there especially if you ride single trails or sand washes. With gas weighing roughly 6.3lbs x 6 gallons = 37.8lbs will handle terribly. Plus more tiring. Anyways you'd take a break for food, buddies getting gas, or rest before running out of gas. I would go with comfortable ergo's run 2.9 tank. Different folk's different strokes. Comes down to your riding style and terrain.
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    Bridgestone Battlecross E50

    I'm a total Bridgestone guy due to motocross background. Would like to try it. Tires wear out, so would like first hand knowledge. To me X30 front/X40 rear, super solid setup. Current setup (Also happen to be D.O.T. tires) which I don't care. Fr: GT 216AA Fatty, great tire all around tire. It needs high psi as sidewalls flex for my type of riding. I run min. 15psi. Rr: Kenda Parker DT. Shocked methis tire. Absolutely love this 6ply tire. Great desert/Baja/Southwest tire. Due to 6 ply can run low psi. Predictable from new to worn. Going to Kennedy Meadows soon, so I'll be reinstalling my GT333N rear I put 70 miles on, see how that performs.
  9. Was a little worried when no one confirmed it'd be a solo mission, but Oracle was correct a couple people showed up. It was my friend Alf and Bubbagums who left from Pio Pico. Met CowboyMike who was at the top when we arrived. There's new gate fences blocking the road I wanted to take to lower end of Pio Pico campground, so we headed on the road east from Pio Pico about 3/4 mile, and entered at a gate. Haven't been on that trail in 10 years, and was super overgrown road. With the rain and weeds, there was some hidden trenches to look at for. Seems like some of main fire roads got skip loader to smooth out roads, which just created silt. Anyways was good to double the mileage, and do first half of off road trails before hitting super smooth Otay Mtn Truck Trail road from east entrance. Stoked to meet new people, was good to get a ride in. Till the next time.
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    Baofengs UV5r becoming illegal *Buy Now*

    Yep. I personally own 3, but our groups are normally 15-20 riders to Baja. Actually last Dec. is how I knew about this website. SDAR had a group Baja same time as us. Whne I looked at photo's I saw our bikes in background. Anyways, for the price, it's a great tool to have on the trail.
  11. Just an FYI, I'm going regardless, even if it's a solo mission. Need some bike time.
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    Baofengs UV5r becoming illegal *Buy Now*

    Thanks for the tip, need to tell all my friends. It's what we all use in Baja.
  13. Nice setup Randy! I'll try to get a weekend one setup in Aug. or Sept. my month of July is booked.
  14. Tom safe travels, will do one when you get back. Erik, another time for sure
  15. End of June Gloom, hoping to get above the clouds sunset again. Seeing if anyone wants to join me. Go ride a bike enjoy the view and have a brew. Going to do it differently this time, going to double the mileage. Start at Pio Pico, then a 1/10 way up towards towers, then turn left take Otay Truck Trail, unmaintained road of Otay Truck Trail and work our way on dirt roads towards the Marron Valley Rd, entrance up. From there, regroup 3/4 way up, some can take the fire road, some can take the off road road that parallels to top. Only one downhill is of intermediate level. Should take us 50-60 minutes from Pio Pico to Dog House Junction SDAR Meeting Spot. Bring any food you want to eat, I may get a burrito or pizza slice. Make sure to wrap beers good and to keep cold. Sunset is at 8:00pm. Here's two option's. 1. Meet at Pio Pico at 6:40pm KSU at 6:45pm Pio Pico Meet Spot 2. Meet at Doghouse Junction SDAR Meeting Spot at 7:45pm Doghouse Junction SDAR Meeting Spot
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