Events/Trails Classic Cruize 4 Walnut Canyon make sure MLK weekend is open Saturday January 16th (5 Viewers)

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Since i planned classic cruize last year i thought i would plan the 2021 installment. This will be the 4th classic cruise. And they are usually very well received and a good showcase for the older land cruisers pickups and 4runners. Last i learned that doing it in late April was crazy hot. I thought January would be a welcome change. As with these runs in the past this is going to be a true classic cruise 89 and older Toyota 4wheel drive. It will have the usual commemorative sticker and a door prize to be announced later. But I will say this that it will have something to do with one of my old leaf springs from when i did a lift on my 40.🤔😉🔪 I am thinking that it will be on the hat monday Monday January 18 but can also be done on the 16th. Which ever gets the biggest turn out. This will be family friendly and will have time for lunch. It should be right in between Phoenix and Tucson.
 
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I believe that I have found the trail that I would like to do for this years installment of the Classic Cruize. It is 9.5 miles south of Superior. OnX offroad and the guide to Arizona backroads trail guide rate it as a moderate. There is one steep rocky area but it still gets a blue rated trail. It is 5-6 hours and 20 miles long and goes from 177 to the Gila river and back. Given the time it sounds like an all day affair bring a lunch. Meet up will be in Superior for the final fuel fill up and resupplying. There is a staging area on Battle Axe Road where airing down can happen.

here is a link from youtube of the trail.
 
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I believe that I have found the trail that I would like to do for this years installment of the Classic Cruize. It is 9.5 miles south of Superior. OnX offroad and the guide to Arizona backroads trail guide rate it as a moderate. There is one steep rocky area but it still gets a blue rated trail. It is 5-6 hours and 20 miles long and goes from 177 to the Gila river and back. Given the time it sounds like an all day affair bring a lunch. Meet up will be in Superior for the final fuel fill up and resupplying. There is a staging area on Battle Axe Road where airing down can happen.

here is a link from youtube of the trail.
Which day are we thinking? Just want to put it in the calendar.
 

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