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Discussion in 'NV- Battle Born Cruisers of Northern Nevada' started by WILLD420, Apr 26, 2018.
Anybody want to take the kids or adults out for a full moon trail ride Saturday night?
Where you thinking about going? We might be game, just need to see if I can convince the kids to go wheeling instead of seeing Avengers at the drive in.
I'm out of town this weekend or I would!
We could do a mild run like Jumbo. Centrally located and stocker compatible.
Where is or what is Jumbo?
Washoe Valley to v.c. Jumbo grade road.
I can't make it, have fun!
Cool s*** like this and babies are incompatible. Wish I could go!
I'mma try go! Where would we meet? What time? Can you share a screen shot of the path we'd take?
You nailed the route . We can meet at the Dollar General in Washoe Valley. 8:00 p.m. ish Leave by 8:30?
Little babies should be at least a year old before a hard trail ride. Ours started mild runs at 6-8 months but we used a neck collar till they got big enough to tear it off...
Looks like I'm out. Sorry, I tweaked my back loading up my gear...
Ok . I'll show up just in case but sounds like its a no-go .
Be there in a few if anyone is still going .
Good thing we didn't try a run tonight. We waited till 8:28 then headed up Jumbo. Got to the first creek crossing and WOW, things have changed. It's still doable but not by a stock rig. You have the choice of running up on the south bank into a nice loose side-hill or dropping down into the creekbed which is now about a 3-4' drop. I had heard that the floods this winter had washed it out but I didn't realize it had gotten down to this part. I knew farther up was pretty hairy last year until it got beat down by traffic but this has added a gatekeeper until it gets beat into submission.
I always catch the receiver on that drop.
Last time the side hill seemed ok on the way up but I lost my nerve and took the step on the way back.
Did you go up to VC and back?
I was game but the wife and kids weren’t. We drove around a few more places and called it a night after the clouds rolled in. Not much point in a moonlit ride without a moon.