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03-14-2011 03:04 AM
Ryan1 I love trail riding and coming across random mudholes. Get out and check the depth with a stick or walk through it, which ive had a friend or 2 do. Try and make it through. If you get stuck have a buddy winch our pull you out and try again, or opposite pull ur buddy out. I could do that every day. Just go out and explore new trails.

Not really into the rock climbing thing, however i can appriciate it. Just not really for me.

I like mud and trails.

Ryan
03-14-2011 01:03 AM
jebby SNOW!!!! makes even a plain field fun
03-13-2011 10:33 PM
tlarm139 good stuff man
03-13-2011 10:29 PM
Ted_D Here is some more if it works.

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03-13-2011 10:18 PM
tlarm139
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Originally Posted by Ted_D View Post
I love the trails. With thousands of miles of trails and forestry roads and Idaho has the most wilderness of any of the lower 48. We cover miles of them every year and still haven't seen a fraction of what it has to offer.













thats what its about right there. nothing to intense, mild trails, and amazing scenery. love the mountain pics man
03-13-2011 10:15 PM
Ted_D I love the trails. With thousands of miles of trails and forestry roads and Idaho has the most wilderness of any of the lower 48. We cover miles of them every year and still haven't seen a fraction of what it has to offer.













03-13-2011 09:30 PM
tylerdaly89
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Originally Posted by topher38 View Post
well i kinda im into a little bit of everything.
i can say im afraid of big rocks and deep water ways.
but im very fond of 3 foot deep puddles.

i went jeeping with some friends yesterday and this is what i was chanting a i was going down the trail
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MUDD MUDD MUDD, SNOW SNOW, MUDD SNOW, WATER WATER WATER, MUD MUD SNOW SNOW......TREE!! i was about 4 feet away from sliding into a tree.

oh and if i knew how to put a picture on this thing i would show you what i mean by snow.
but in all lameness i cant so i will say i like it when its about a foot deep sometimes deeper

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now lets see some pics.
03-13-2011 09:05 PM
crazyredneck
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Originally Posted by tlarm139 View Post
kool pics man

thanks
03-13-2011 09:05 PM
topher38 well i kinda im into a little bit of everything.
i can say im afraid of big rocks and deep water ways.
but im very fond of 3 foot deep puddles.

i went jeeping with some friends yesterday and this is what i was chanting a i was going down the trail
.

MUDD MUDD MUDD, SNOW SNOW, MUDD SNOW, WATER WATER WATER, MUD MUD SNOW SNOW......TREE!! i was about 4 feet away from sliding into a tree.

oh and if i knew how to put a picture on this thing i would show you what i mean by snow.
but in all lameness i cant so i will say i like it when its about a foot deep sometimes deeper
03-13-2011 08:46 PM
tlarm139
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Originally Posted by crazyredneck View Post
here is a video of one of the things i like.



not too much to around my area.

here is one piece of ground we have permission to have a little fun on.










and of course the wonders of snow. this is a friends back yard...
kool pics man
03-13-2011 08:31 PM
crazyredneck here is a video of one of the things i like.



not too much to around my area.

here is one piece of ground we have permission to have a little fun on.










and of course the wonders of snow. this is a friends back yard...
03-13-2011 08:28 PM
Xjman1 Mountain trails first, desert next, beach rides, and anything but mud. If I have to go through it I will but I prefer not to.
03-13-2011 08:05 PM
tlarm139
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Originally Posted by GroundHawg View Post
I guess I'll be the first admit...I LOVE MUD

I like rocks too, but my state is a bit limited. We're a bunch of muddy rednecks up here I guess. A few wooded ATV trails with whoops and mud, and 2 large strip mines with muddy and rocky hill climbs.

Got a pretty cool bombed out industrial area that gets technical. Hills, busted concrete, ditches, and a factory with water and busted up walls. Kinda cool. It's wheelin' with urban scenery.

Mud's really all we got. Love it or leave it
thats respectable man. im just not the biggest fan of mud/water
03-13-2011 08:03 PM
GroundHawg I guess I'll be the first admit...I LOVE MUD

I like rocks too, but my state is a bit limited. We're a bunch of muddy rednecks up here I guess. A few wooded ATV trails with whoops and mud, and 2 large strip mines with muddy and rocky hill climbs.

Got a pretty cool bombed out industrial area that gets technical. Hills, busted concrete, ditches, and a factory with water and busted up walls. Kinda cool. It's wheelin' with urban scenery.

Mud's really all we got. Love it or leave it
03-13-2011 08:03 PM
tlarm139
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Originally Posted by Wordgie View Post
I like anything that doesn't have pavement. Love water crossings, but not fond of rides that are completely water logged. Also like some play areas with obstacles where you can have a little fun and test out the limits. Anything with a nice view.
yes i agree. i dont need water to have fun. water can be deadly too, thats why i dont like it. ill do some shallow crossings or shallow puddles. but nothing big enough to swamp me
03-13-2011 07:48 PM
Wordgie I like anything that doesn't have pavement. Love water crossings, but not fond of rides that are completely water logged. Also like some play areas with obstacles where you can have a little fun and test out the limits. Anything with a nice view.
03-13-2011 07:47 PM
Kate Gosh, I love it ALL - except mud.
03-13-2011 07:41 PM
tlarm139
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Originally Posted by sonofabeach
I like to cruise though woods and the beach. The beach is about the only time I use four wheel drive. I'm not into mudding or rock crawling. Looks fun but I can't afford it.
Same here . Its just enjoyable too
03-13-2011 07:34 PM
sonofabeach I like to cruise though woods and the beach. The beach is about the only time I use four wheel drive. I'm not into mudding or rock crawling. Looks fun but I can't afford it.
03-13-2011 03:16 PM
jgorm I like dirt, rocks, and sand.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5ayR...layer_embedded

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqNWJfciA2w
03-13-2011 01:11 PM
Anomaly ^^^^^Holy...!!!


I'm into long walks on the beach...
Here's a sample of the local trail - Trabuco Canyon/Holy Jims. I feel like such a postwhore for posting this everywhere but I'm excited about my GoPro camera and learning the video editing stuff.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=027H-yawOPo
03-13-2011 12:24 PM
KBR97
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Originally Posted by TripleEight View Post
I prefer riding my Jeep on MX tracks with huge triples and and a violent whoops section. Lol jk, I like jeeping some trails after a long day of trail riding my dirtbike.
That reminds me...throw the Teraflex Pre runner lift kit in a JK...good to go..

03-13-2011 12:14 PM
tlarm139
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Originally Posted by TripleEight
I prefer riding my Jeep on MX tracks with huge triples and and a violent whoops section. Lol jk, I like jeeping some trails after a long day of trail riding my dirtbike.
I race my dirtbike too. Mx though not trails
03-13-2011 12:10 PM
KBR97 Rock rock rocks!! There is plenty of mud at RC..I ruined a transmission because I wanted to play in the mud and water...YUCK!




03-13-2011 11:25 AM
Jerry Bransford Rocks get my heart all a' twitterin'. The red Jeep is my previous Jeep, the black one is my recent acquisition and there's not any cool pics of it yet. All pics of the red Jeep were taken in Johnson Valley on Sledgehammer and Sun Bonnet. The black Jeep pic was on the Gatekeeper section of John Bull.
03-13-2011 10:13 AM
cavediverjc Rock crawling is really about the only kind of wheeling I enjoy. I'm not into mud at all. I view mud as a means to an end. If I have to go through mud, there had better be some good rock crawling at the other end of it.....
Scenic wheeling is cool too, but once again, there had better be some good crawling at the end. I like the challenge that rock crawling offers. Mud doesn't offer that same challenge to me.
03-13-2011 09:19 AM
UnlimitedLJ04
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Originally Posted by jeepr View Post
Nice pix! Is that in Colorado?
yes.

pics are Mosquito Pass, Saints John, McClellen Mtn/Argentine Pass.
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03-13-2011 08:24 AM
TripleEight I prefer riding my Jeep on MX tracks with huge triples and and a violent whoops section. Lol jk, I like jeeping some trails after a long day of trail riding my dirtbike.
03-13-2011 05:47 AM
laradactyl Family rides down easy woods trails
03-13-2011 01:24 AM
jeepr
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Originally Posted by UnlimitedLJ04 View Post
I like wheeling with a view.




Nice pix! Is that in Colorado?
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