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    ... and if we just ... some one please plow

    so i did a big ride today threw camels back up yo mama down red cliff up hulls to the climb of trail 4 going up and across sidewinder on up trail 4 { please some one plow the sand off} .next time i am going to bring my snow shoes with me the sand is way deep. then came down 6 to 5 passed three dirt bikes humm ..over to 26 and and up shanes loop and back to buck tail and down to the house. all on my ss. now i am going to pass out.
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    How was going up trail 4 to Sidewinder on your SS?
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    All on a SS.....

    I rode up 4 to 5/6 on Sun....yeah a little sandy....wished I were on my dirt bike... I'm more chapped about the emerging braking bumps caused by modern day mt bike suspensions.......

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    Wow great ride Curt. You're taking advantage of all the good stuff.

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    bombin4x i dod remember the day and soon you will be again..
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    Quote Originally Posted by obrianmcc
    All on a SS.....

    I rode up 4 to 5/6 on Sun....yeah a little sandy....wished I were on my dirt bike... I'm more chapped about the emerging braking bumps caused by modern day mt bike suspensions.......
    yup all on my ss it was quite fun got a little road ride in on it this am to.. cant wait for work to be over.. more fun
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    Rode down 4 tonight......you wern't kidding....sand is probably 5-6" deep in spots above the 5/6 intersection! Crazy .....since we had so much late snow?

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    4 has always been like that... it's best to ride it after a good rain or in spring when it's still slightly moist...

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    so how do we get to 5-6 or the best way to gether??
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    Trail 4

    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5
    so how do we get to 5-6 or the best way to gether??
    I rode 4 about a month or two ago and even then it was so soft that it was almost unridable in spots.

    To get over to 5 and 6 you can do a couple different things. Your best bet is to just check the R2R map.
    You can go up to 4 via the Shanes/Curlews/3Bears route. You can also go down 5 mile /orchard instead of 4 from the ridge road if you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoiseBoy
    I rode 4 about a month or two ago and even then it was so soft that it was almost unridable in spots.

    To get over to 5 and 6 you can do a couple different things. Your best bet is to just check the R2R map.
    You can go up to 4 via the Shanes/Curlews/3Bears route. You can also go down 5 mile /orchard instead of 4 from the ridge road if you like.
    Yep... like BB said above...
    1. Pick up 4 from 8th Street
    2. Pick up Curlew to 4 to 5/6 from the top of 3 Bears
    3. Pick up 4 from the Ridge Road
    There maybe other options to get to 4/5/6 in the near future...

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    Avoid 4 and ride down 6 from the ridge. It's steeper and not as sandy.
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    cool thanks i will have to try that thanks again
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