I believe it's somewhere in this general area (see area with the red arrow). This was my first time there, so I don't really know the area too well and I hadn't stayed noticing the signs for different obstacle areas until after we went through this.What part of the park is that located? I don’t remember seeing it.
No joke. We were only being taken on "beginner" trails and this was one of them. I swear it was at least a 45% grade going up that thing. I didn't record going through the next trail that was substantially steeper. My wife disagreed with the task guide's definition of beginner. [emoji38] [emoji38]That's 100% true, I've seen lots of videos that look tame on trails I know scare the crop out of me.
Well, I bought this little Baja Doodlebug from Sted-E Ed-E and need to find a place I can tool around on some dirt trails or something. Any body know of a good place to ride off road? I'm not looking for a Motocross track or anything too gnarly; I'm getting old and am pretty banged up from doing a lot of stoopid stuff; good thing I don't do that stuff anymore. I just want a place I can ride this angry freakin' little Bike from Hell.
Oh, and let me know if you'd like to go ride with me too. There's no way I want to be 20 miles from nowhere with a broken leg, the mini- bike a total wreck, and my cell phone a mile away in the truck...and by myself.
Pics of The Bike From Hell. I did get the chainguard and clutch cover back on though so at least you don't get your jeans caught and you end wrapped around the clutch like a big bloody donut.
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I got to inquire about this invitation to go ride with you. You say you got chainguard and other safety stuff put back on. Were these safety precautions for yourself and a rider? Because if you are looking for someone to ride bi$#h behind you with a firm grip on your muffin top love handles I got to give that a hard no!
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