I work on an Army Post at fort Huachuca AZ in the South East corner of the state. I had a house built backed up against the old bombing range that has a 50 mile desert trail / wash area that I can just jump on the old WR450F and unwind after a days work. I try to get in at least one lunch time ride during the week up in the Huachuca Mountains, people at work think I’m crazy and our maintenance supervisor always makes a point to keep a close eye on when I take off, what canyon / trail I’m going to be on, and when I expect to be back. Not only does this area have year round ridding but, It’s all legal as long as you stay on the trails. We have a nice private MX track (NOMADS) with a two-mile desert loop, ¼ mile sand wash, and an oval flat track. The only disadvantage to ridding in this area is we are so close to Mexico we have illegal aliens all over the place. I’ve almost landed in the middle of about fifteen of them a couple of times coming up over a rise in the trail, lucky for all involved they seem to scatter in just the nick of time before I become a hood ornament on a UDA’s grill. Yuma / Glamis is about 5 hours away and Ft. Bowie hot well dunes is about 45 min away. The temp is close to inland So Cal. 15-20 degrees cooler than Phoenix and 5-10 degrees cooler then Tucson. If all this isn’t good enough, we don’t have any emissions testing here.