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  • CRFryder
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    by CRFryder » Tue Sep 13, 2005 6:53 am

    i dont think u can ride at beaumont any more..they're building houses there :x :cry:
    a CRF250X AZ model(but i live in CA :twisted:)
    -racing Cam
    -pro taper bars..or w/e
    -and other stuff
    ___yea, I spelled rider wrong, so what?___
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    04 crf450
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    first time riding in galmis

    by 04 crf450 » Thu Sep 15, 2005 6:34 am

    hey i am new to riding in the sand and i am shipping my bike out to go riding in galmis with some friends the week after thanksgiving , do i need anything else besides a paddle tire? and is there anything i need to know about riding in the sand?
    lets ride
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  • crf450x4me
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    glamis

    by crf450x4me » Thu Sep 15, 2005 6:44 pm

    be frikkin careful out there it is an accident waiting to happen kind of place.I dont want to scare you but every thanks giving at least 2 people die.It is very fun to ride there but watch out for "THE OTHER GUY"
    2005 CRF450X
    JD Jet kit
    WB FX4 Exhaust
    removed screen from air filter cage
    Acerabis rally pro hand guards
    White Bros. smog block off kit
    Pink wire mod.RETURNED TO STOCK
    BRP Chain guide
    Flatland skid plate
    3.2 Gal IMS tank
    IMS Pro Series Pegs
  • CRFryder
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    Re: glamis

    by CRFryder » Fri Sep 16, 2005 7:28 pm

    crf450x4me wrote:be frikkin careful out there it is an accident waiting to happen kind of place.I dont want to scare you but every thanks giving at least 2 people die.It is very fun to ride there but watch out for "THE OTHER GUY"
    yep be very carefull because ppl are killed there all the time....i absolutly hate riding in sand...iv never done it on a motorcycle at glamis...oh yeah watch out for drunk ppl cuz there are always alot of drunks...dude go to ocotillo wells its shorter getting there than glamis and its a better place 4 motorcycles...1 of my favorite places....dont go slow in sand..try to keep a constant speed
    a CRF250X AZ model(but i live in CA :twisted:)
    -racing Cam
    -pro taper bars..or w/e
    -and other stuff
    ___yea, I spelled rider wrong, so what?___
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    04 crf450
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    by 04 crf450 » Mon Sep 19, 2005 6:29 am

    i'll watch out for drunks and reckless people, but is there anything else that i will need besides a paddle tire?
    lets ride
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    Race bike 13 husqvarna txc 310
    Dual sport: very modded 06 Dr650
    15+ other bikes at any given time
    AMA vxcs 4 stroke A 2x class champion
    rolling hills hot summer night series open pro class champion
  • marcus
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    by marcus » Tue Nov 29, 2005 8:21 pm

    SILVERWOOD IS ALSO A GREAT PLACE TO RIDE, HAS ALL SORTS OF TERRAIN.[/b]
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    Mr Smith
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    by Mr Smith » Wed Nov 30, 2005 8:31 am

    My old stompin grounds (and where ill be riding in a couple of weeks) Ridgecrest/Red mountain area. This includes Charlies Place (Wagon wheel to the locals) and Lucerne Valley. (Near Apple Valley and Big Bear)
    '03 CRF-450R
    '05 CRF-450X
    '06 CRF-450X
    '05 CRF-230F
    '05 TRX-400EX
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    Ernie Pezz
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    by Ernie Pezz » Tue Feb 28, 2006 1:50 pm

    04crf, Make sure you lower your front tire pressure, run a paddle and have a great time. Do be careful of the idiots though. Good tip for afterwards, Take your bike apart and clean, and lube everything. Wheel bearings, swingarm, shock, you name it. I know it sounds like a pain, but trust me it's worth it. Ernie
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    GhostX
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    by GhostX » Thu Jul 27, 2006 10:01 pm

    737Captain wrote:Where are Buttercup & Corral Canyon?

    Ed


    Buttercup is in the Imperial Sand Dunes, north of Interstate 8, east of El Centro and West of Yuma.

    AKA: Glamis.

    South of the 8 fwy is referred to as Gordons Well. We used to ride there with 250R three wheelers and have alot of fun, rode all the way into Mexico via the dunes. Kinda cool, they have these big white cement pillars out in the middle of the dunes to mark the border. We also rode right into Algodones Mexico, a small border town with some cold cervezas.

    Corral Canyon OHV park is located off Hwy 8 also, near the town of Campo. Take the Buckman Springs exit off the 8 fwy. The Horse Fire is burning there right now, so it might be tough to get there for a couple of weeks. This is a good area for 4 wheelers and bikes, although it is very technical and rocky. The views are beautiful of Lake Morena though. You can actually camp and fish a the Morena campground. Corral Canyon is about and hour outside of the city, from Del Mar you are probably looking at about 1.5 to 2 hours drive time. I have friends that live in Campo (just east and south of Corral Canyon), and from Fallbrook it takes us 3 hours to get there.

    Good luck! Why are you sellin your 450??
    2006 CRF230F

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  • 737Captain
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    by 737Captain » Fri Jul 28, 2006 10:18 pm

    Selling our CRF250X. I prefer riding the KDX220. We're going to try out the area off of 94 by Barratt Junction tomorrow. (If it's not over 90f) Hard to find a place to ride nearby in the summer here.
    2005 CRF 100
    2005 CRF 150
    2005 CRF 230
    2004 CRF 250X
    1997 KDX 220R

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