I wish we had 50 inch trails. Tired of seeing so many side by sides
I got out for another short ride yesterday.
This is a "50" gate". There are a lot of trails here that are restricted to machines that are 50" wide or less.
This is the Max Reid Trail. One of the more popular trails.
Yesterday was the perfect day to ride this trail. The temperature was cool and the rain the day before eliminated the dust and with the leaves changing it made for a great ride.
Once at the top of Max Reid we headed for trail 1095.
It doesn't show up really well but the first section of this trail is really off camber. Regardless of how many times I go here it still makes my butt pucker crossing this section.
This is the end of this trail. Its just over two miles long but its well worht the ride.
Pictures never show just how steep trails are. This is a very steep section.
This trail is never maintained by the Forest Service so every time you go up it there's a good chance there are trees that have fallen and blocking the trail.
Headed back across the off camber section.
We finished the ride with the Bonanza Jones Road. Built in the 1940's for logging at the infamous Kimberly Mining Town.
So I was sitting at the end of the trail yesterday up a very popular local canyon listening to the elk bugle when a heard a couple more machines coming up the trail. I was quite surprised to see that they were Kawies, and one of them was dressed in a familiar color....😍
You don't see that everyday!