Chadwick Mo, slate rock hill climbs and tight switch backs on shear drop off cliffs on one side and rocky hills on the other. Alot of people hate it because its so ruff but its the only place we have to ride thats government land. Its a good place to get preped for xc racing lol. They have onsite day parking and paved lots with hookups for rv's and it you like to ruff it in a tent theres old fire roads you can camp at too.
Could be crazier I'm sure but this is up in rocky NH. Couple spots, at around 3 min and 5:45-6, it's tough to tell but the trail drops down quite a bit and considering my bike doesn't idle makes it a good time.
My cousin is recording and riding his 86. I'm in front of him.
I love chadwick its my favorite place to ride I make dairy queen look easy! Ty the ranger has shut a lot of the hard trails down and are cracking down on spark arrestors. Colorado (rampart) has some stuff like chadwick
we take the trials bikes trails all the time they get pissy but its good practice . Dairy queen is easy for me too im pretty quick around the whole place because we ride it so damn much lol. I loved it when I had my ktm450xc that thing could climb anything i could throw at it any gear
yup were in kc (not the best place i've ever lived) fingers, chadwick,deepwater,st joe,little sahara and a place i shall remain anonymous (well call it site X) are all my stompping grounds. fingers (for those who know) is NOT what it used to be best part is the motocross track now, flags suck their cause they are always breaking off in the trees. chadwick is being over taken by city slicker ohh i fell off my bike mr ranger you should close that trail its too dangerous, and they do! arggh!!! and then they cobble stone the trails! what good is a off road bike if you cant go off road!? deepwater (since the north side has been shut down) has turned into a GIANT mud hole for all the dam& 4x4 guys that rut it up so bad they end up going too fingers to get away from the mess they made, plus its small (even after they opened back up a lil more on the south side)!!! st joe (raced their 2nd place open class 2 Bravo) rode their once too for the weekend, all i can say is dont waste your $$$ or time (flat,flat,flat!) LS in OK is fun dunes are not big and place is small, best in the midwest though. site X is untouched wilderness with the best trails (next to chadwick) hands down if you ever ride with us you'll know what im talking about. (pics in my album) sorry city slickers this ride area is off limits to ya!!lol if ya cant run with the big dogs, guess that makes you the camp bit&%
I'd like to ride at all of these locations. I'm in North Eastern PA, we have some of the toughest, rocky, hilly, washed out so on trails I've ever seen. It can be a challenge, especially on a spot quad, but it is fun and I do like a challenge!!
Not to mention the old coal hills all over our State. Some are extremely big and very challenging, others are little and fun for everyone!!
I want to wet sand my plastics again, and I want to do it the right way this time, cause I went from 100 grit, to 220 grit, and I dont think that's a high enough grit, does anyone have any tips on what they do to get it glossy(maybe some tips on the torch method) or how they do such a good job...
Here are the results of my polishing, I think it cam out pretty well, and I'm going to put some8thers on them later today, this took me about 45 mins on each lever
I used a black and decker plug in drill, and a wire wheel
They dont look as shiny in the pictures, but there way shinier
My clutch has been a really big pain ever since my dad has had it, and hes the 2nd owner, i have tried putting on a different lever to see if it helps, but it doesnt seen to make a difference my uncles is still on the stiffer side but compared to mine it feeos like butter eveytime i compare his...
My kick start is fine, i just want to make it shiny lol, im just wondering, if i can just use paint stripper, sand it, then polish it with a buffing wheel and mothers polish, or do i have to use paint stripper and a wire wheel?