Bryan....How was the reno trip?

I am curious what you thought of the riding out there.

Did you go to any big flats?

Anxious to hear from you.

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Darin from Missouri - 1999 WR 400F

I actually didn't ride that much up in Reno. One day I rode the Peavine Mountain area. That was scenic. Mostly very easy 4wd roads until I found a single track going steeply down a hill. I followed it and finally realised there was NO WAY I'd ever get back up. I kept going and luckily eventually found another 4wd road to make it back to the top (I was on the other side of the mountain).

I also did some fun hill climbs and even ditched the WR once trying to clean a loose, steep whooped out hill.

It's not quite Chadwick though. Remember that dirt road on the way to Chadwick? It was more like that :)

Bryan...

Yea, I know what you mean. Its really hard to go hit any really good trails with out the fear of vultures circling over 6 days after you run out of gas.

You really need a good trail guide. There is so much terrain to cover out there. But as you said, it is very scenic.

As I mentioned before I thought the big flats were awesome out there. Nothing like being able to ride your bike 80mph without worring about crashing your brains out.

<img src=http://www.photoloft.com/view/exportImage.asp?s=plft&i=4004638&w=500&h=336>

Not a real good picture but wheelies are endless!!! That is if youre good at it.

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Darin from Missouri - 1999 WR 400F

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