King Philip Turkey Run WOW!

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  • Ron_S

Posted November 12, 2001 - 07:06 AM


62 mile ride, approximately 55 miles of single track. This old body is some sore. Very few get off's, not much time to relax. Someone said they laid it out as a trial for next years Enduro. Now I know why I don't do Enduro's. What I would have gived to have a WR250F. Talked to a guy that got rid of his WR400, and bought the WR250. For this ride he was some glad he did. See you guy's at next years events!

  • MN_Kevin

Posted November 12, 2001 - 08:04 AM


Wished I could have gone. I was, and am STILL recovering, from some stomach virus thangy. Now, it has kind of transformed itself to a head cold w/ sore throat. Bad stomach cramps, and much to my kids and wife's delight, REAL :D BAD gas!

I am glad to hear it was challenging w/ no injuries.

With my future plans on leaving NH on hold, I plan on hitting as many Turkey Runs as possible next year!! I WILL see you there!! :) .


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  • tripm

Posted November 12, 2001 - 09:15 AM


I thought the route was more like 67 or 69 miles? The last reset was 67 I think.

What a ride though. I was in the woods by myself for the last 25 minutes of it and I thought I was lost and the last one out there. Then I got back to the parking area and realized I was one of the first ones back.

I loved the Hero mud section.


  • Ron_S

Posted November 12, 2001 - 01:30 PM


Mark, Did you do the water hole? The one that was about 6 feet long. I stopped not knowing which way to go, and sone guy on a KTM 125 passes me and hit his front brake as he got to the edge, and was doing a handstand looking into it. I went left, he was stuck. We both got a good laugh. I went around the mud, too many stuck bikes. That water hole was supposed to be seat deep. I am real sore, wish i had a WR250 for that one. Ron


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