I'm new around these parts. Looking to find some hare scrambles/races of any sort. Google and this site have only found an MX track that popped up about two hours south of here, "Fossil Bowl." Looks good for MX, I do have a crusty CR125 that I can run. Might take a whack at it, probably D class on the MX track (I've cleared some doubles, gotten a good rhythm a time or two but never raced MX)
My total racing experience only includes a couple of harescrambles in C class back down south. Its hard to beat that adrenaline rush you get when you're on the line. Motors revving, the smell of two stroke oil and dirt.... for me its not about winning but about just running the race.
I'm literally finding zero information on any nearby hare scramble races/woods races. Might just be par for the course up here as there aren't a lot of people around these parts. There are a lot of dirtbikes though...
Any thoughts? WA MT included- if its within two hours of Coure D Alene.
Tacoma Trail Cruisers presents the 44th Annual Smuggler Poker Run. Set on the trails in the beautiful Capitol State Forest, the Smuggler covers nearly 60 miles of trails (Long Course, Motorcycles only) and 30 miles of ATV and motorcycle friendly terrain(Short Course)
9201 Sherman Valley Rd SW, Olympia, WA 98512-9385
July 29 – July 30
If you see a tree down that's blocking a trial or creating a sketchy bypass, post it up on this thread and hopefully some lunatic with a dirt bike wielding a chainsaw will see it and take care of it when they have a chance. Post a picture if you can. It'll help to determine the size of saw required. ALSO, if you read of a blockage and fix it, let us know you took care of it so we don't haul a saw around while we ride all day for no reason. That sucks.
I haven't seen any updates in a while on trail conditions at Walker, so I'll post what I know.
As of Monday, anything not blocked by snow was open. I cut out the tree partially blocking Tooler. Someone else got the big one on Cavanaugh that broke the bridge railing.
- Curt's and some of SMC are closed for logging
- DNR was up there draining the lakes from JAM Trail