I am definitly going to remember the subject matter from this post when I ride through the SW in July. I would also venture to state that riding off pavement (ie fire roads) or similar could be hazardous to your health if riding alone and traffic is non-existant. A fall could lead to tragic consequences if no one is there to help.Lesson learned.
...but you understood what I meant I think.
There are three ridges in the photograph behind the rider. Between the second and third ridge on the horizon to the far right is where we met. The pictured rider is a short distance from the pavement on the south end.
picture by Ted
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Gone for now hope to see you all soon Michael..
Lost children will be sold to MOA staff and trained to ride Harley's
Being an old off road and desert rider there are several rules to live by.
1. Be prepared 2. Know the soil condition 3. When off road never never never ride alone.
Sand riding especially the weight of the bike, your experience, Tires and physical conditioning is most important.