|11-30-2010 07:59 PM|
I've only been to Interlake twice so far. The first time I ran into some guys from Friends of Interlake and tagged along with them. The second time was a brief solo outing a few weeks ago (stay out of the deep mud.... ).
Unless there's a lot more hiding out there that I have yet to discover, a lot of Interlake is intermediate type stuff with a sprinkling of black diamonds. But that's me talking after having wheeled up around Mt. Rainier in Washington State.
|11-30-2010 07:52 PM|
Not yet, but probably sometime over the winter I'll get a pattern made, and start selling them.
Just post up when you want to go. There's always someone itching to hit the trails around here, and we are blessed to have Interlake so close... It's a blast, but drier is better..... unless you really like mud.
|11-30-2010 06:29 PM|
Thanks for the offer, I gotta work this weekend... sucks.... I would like to go check it out when it is a bit dryer.
PS- Do you make seat covers for the JKs????
|11-30-2010 12:26 PM|
|InfernoGirl||Sure there are... But after all this rain, they're all gonna be a challenge. I have a buddy going Saturday, if you want to meet up with him let me know and I'll find a meeting time/place for you....|
|11-30-2010 12:03 PM|
interlake, for beginners
Just wondering if there are trails at interlake that are appropriate for beginning off-roaders? Thanks!