Blue Castle-White Wash-Point Trail and More


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  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 07 August 2006 - 05:29 AM

#1

We had our first official meeting of the Green River Motorcycle Association. :thumbsup: Eight members were in attendance. We have a good core group so we should be able to get some things done. We would like to thank Amy at the Green River Coffee Co. for her help and meeting space. When in Green River stop in for a beverage or ice cream. They are located across from Ray's. Thanks, FnShan

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  • mrmoto

Posted 07 August 2006 - 08:32 AM

#2

Hey, I'll definately be back to ride with you and Lenny this fall. The spring ride on the Blue Castle trail was so much fun. Appreciate all the trail work you're doing.

Eric

  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 07 August 2006 - 12:50 PM

#3

Thanks Eric,
We look forward to riding with you again. We are working on the return route from the climb up Blue Castle. Should be completed by the time you come ride with us in the fall. FnShan

  • mrmoto

Posted 07 August 2006 - 03:25 PM

#4

Looking forward to it. If you feel like making the trek up north for a weekend ride, I'll play tour-guide on some really nice singletrack mountain trails. Invites always open.

  • obgod3

Posted 07 August 2006 - 06:59 PM

#5

so I have been to white wash but what is the blue castle trail?

  • ophir

Posted 08 August 2006 - 07:36 PM

#6

So, how do we join the GRMA?

  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 09 August 2006 - 04:44 AM

#7

So, how do we join the GRMA?

ophir, That is a good question for the Pres. and Vice Pres. BigBoreRacing and RacerX450 respectively. Later, FnShan

  • BigBoreRacing

Posted 09 August 2006 - 05:55 PM

#8

So, how do we join the GRMA?


You donate a GPS (Compatible with Wheels software) :ride:
Or drop a 20 spot on us for a year membership which will be used to help us map and sign all these great trails so they will be here for us and hopefully our children to ride for years to come.
Memberships also includes some good discounts for various stuff around Green River :thumbsup:
10% @ the Green River Coffee Shop
10% @ the Roadway Inn
We also have lots of great prospects for food and gas discounts that are in the works.

Green River Motorcycle Assoc.
C/O Lenny Nord
PO Box 121
Green River, UT. 84525

  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 12 August 2006 - 07:00 AM

#9

Memberships also includes some good discounts for various stuff around Green River :thumbsup:
10% @ the Green River Coffee Shop
10% @ the Roadway Inn
We also have lots of great prospects for food and gas discounts that are in the works.

Green River Motorcycle Assoc.
C/O Lenny Nord
PO Box 121
Green River, UT. 84525


You can add MadBros Sports in Moab to the list with 10% discount. MadBros is a full service Motor Sports store. They also carry other types of sporting goods and are getting more all the time. Stop in and say Hi next time you are in Moab. They are located at 1805 S. Hwy 191 (left side of road). Thanks, FnShan

  • 3TV

Posted 12 August 2006 - 11:21 AM

#10

We just got back from a couple days riding in the White Wash and Ten Mile Wash area. We rode what I suspect were several of the old Dubinky race courses, but didn't see a sign anywhere, except in Ten Mile Wash, so we were pretty much guessing where we were going. I wouldn't mind contributing the $20 for a membership to help you folks get more signs on the trails. Any chance you folks will be creating a map of your trail systems?

3TV

  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 13 August 2006 - 09:41 AM

#11

Any chance you folks will be creating a map of your trail systems?

3TV


One of our main goals is to inventory existing trails in our area. Post here or on Motoutah.com next time you are going to be in the area and we will hook you up with a guide. We have riders of most abilities and our best riding weather is right around the corner. Thanks, FnShan-GRMA

  • 3TV

Posted 13 August 2006 - 12:35 PM

#12

Wow, a guide! You bet I'll take you up on that one. We may be headed back over that way late September or early October. I just won the Over 45 Amature class at the Monticello race, so you could say I am either a slow Amature, or an average Novice class rider. My oldest son can beat me on a motocross track, but not in technical off-road terrain, so we are pretty equal overall. I ride a YZ450F and he rides a KTM 300 XC. I may get a desert tank on the YZF before coming back over to Green River. There is a whole lot of terrain over there to run out of gas in. I'll post on Motoutah about a week or two before we come over again.

  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 14 August 2006 - 06:31 AM

#13

3TV,
We'll see you then. FnShan-GRMA

  • Fngeniusshan

Posted 17 August 2006 - 08:49 PM

#14

Meeting number 2 now in the books. Welcome new members! Green River Motorcycle Association Rocks. Thanks to everyone in attendance, FnShan

  • ccman60

Posted 20 August 2006 - 03:49 AM

#15

thanks for the motoutah site mention. just spent 40 minutes there, looks like some great riding :thumbsup: :ride: :applause:





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