Arrowhead (S.B. Forest) Ride

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Eel,Oldandslo, Capt. Jack, Rmjeff:
I promised to post a couple probable dates for Arrowhead, and here they are;

Sat. October 13th
Sat. October 27th

Any other So. Cal. riders that are interested, keep checking and I'll have a firm date shortly.
Oldandslo had an excellent place to stage: Miller Cyn. is on the back side of Silverwood Lake right off the highway, and is a short drive from the 15 Frwy.:cool:
 

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Hey, does my rm fit into the style of riding that this ride will require? Let me know and me and jr. might give it a shot. Thanks
Elk
 

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Elk- The only problem is the red sticker issue. It is all posted green sticker. Other than that you would have a blast.
 

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There's a lot of good, tight single track up there, and it's through trees and meadows. The trails are well groomed and marked. If we stage at Miller Cyn., we should be able to piece together several 2 stroke friendly loops.:D
 

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Sounds like we might be able to give it a try, I'll keep up on the posts to see what day you guys pick. I think either would be fine. Thanks
Elk
 
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KTM,

Either weekend is good for me. If its up to me i would rather go the 13th just because it`s sooner.
 

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Just a quick question, what about gas, will one tank make the trip? Or do I need in flight refueling?!
 

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Elk- It would all depend on the routes taken. I have been up there many times with only my stock tank.
 
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i know it is about 18 miles or so to deep creek through the single track trails. most new bikes with the stock tanks can do about 40 miles. you can get there and back know problem from miller canyon. my buddy did it on his cr no problem.
 

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Yeh, that's the beauty of staging there--- we can make several short loop rides from there. Of course, you know I wasn't too worried about fuel with my wide ratio, 3.2 gallon tanked 3-stroke!:p
The 13th sounds good, so let's set it.We'll all meet at Miller Cyn. by 9:00 A.M. Any early birds can take a warm-up loop. Miller Cyn. is just a couple of miles past the main entrance to Lake Silverwood off of Hwy. 138. There's a sign marking it (left turn) at the far end of the lake. After making the left to Miller Cyn., you want to veer right.
Oldandslo, how far in is the staging area?
P.S.- You'll need a Forest Adventure pass for your trucks.
 
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Take main hiway around Silverwood Lake. Left into Miller Recreation Area(campground). It is paved. Then take the first right(dirt road with OHV sign).Go down that road a hundred yards or so and on your right is a clearing under the pines.

If anyone wants we can meet at McDonalds at 138 and 15 freeway. I think its about 30 minutes from there.
 

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I always thought it was called Pilot rd. or something like that,,,,, Anyways I will be there.

If people want to meet at McD's thats cool with me.

Jeff
 

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MickyDee's sounds a little better for me too, I can grab some grub for the long haul in! Can we meet around 7:30 or 8, I like to ride early?
 

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I just talked to the Bulldog (Wayne) and he wants to go with us too, looking forward to the ride. Cya