Ride For Kids- Dual Sport Ride- Sunday April 14 - Glen Helen- San Bernardino
Ride For Kidsannual Dual Sport ride in the beautiful San Bernardino National Forest. :flug
all proceeds go to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.:clap
April 14, Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation,
Ride for Kids, Glen Helen, San Bernardino, CA.
RFK 2013-3 flyer.pdf
Link to online registration
Map link to location
Sunday April 14, 2013
registration is 7AM-8:30AM
FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST!!! :dg
LUNCH PROVIDED!!! (hotdogs and/or burgers)
$40 online registration entry
$50 day of the ride registration
$100 gets you a T-shirt
Help us exceed last year’s donations of $51,248 by starting your own fundrais- ing effort now. By registering online you may participate in the ride for as little as $40. For on site registration on the day of the ride, the minimum is $50. A newly designed multi-color T-shirt is your incentive for raising $100 in donations. Further incentives will be announced as the information becomes available closer to the ride date. For online registration and more information, go to www.rideforkids.org or call Paul at 626-446-7386 or Kieth at 562-244-0244.
noob and big bike friendly. :dllama
hard loops are clearly marked for the brave. :wink:
post up if you are planning on riding this amazing event for the kids.
any questions feel free to post up and any of us vets can answer them.
check the West Regional for the past Ride For Kids and see the pics and videos of this ride.
basic route is up around Lytle Creek. Baldy Mesa. Silverwood. Cleghorn and back to Glen Helen. you will be back before dark, but plan on a whole day ride. :ricky
map of the Glen Helen Raceway....
IN list :
better HARD ROUTES this year!!!:clap
Hmmmm....hard route on a big bike? Might be kinda fun! I'll have to check my schedule.
One week away.:deal
Noob question: Is the route marked or do they give you a map? Roll chart?
Anybody who doesn't mind going noob speed want to pair up? (I'm on a xt250)
marked with ribbons and you get a roll chart AND GPS route. plus theres so many riders on this ride, you can't get lost.
and bring your GPS and media cable.
and we couldn't ask for better weather.... it's gonna be in the mid 70's on Sunday. clear skies. :clap
I'm still a map girl....:rofl
Did several of the roads in the Cajon Pass area this morning... Conditions are good! Dry, but still green.
Lots of shiny poison oak crowding the roads. Keep your elbows tight and be sure not to overshoot any corners.
see you FF's tomorrow morning ! :ricky
Ended up going to the RFK after all on sunday...
Saw RAZR and twowheelsgood from the ADV community.
Did anybody else make it out? :ear
The morning fog was so heavy that you got damp just standing in it.
Took a different approach this year and brought wife914 along as pillion.
I am pretty familiar with the area, so we were able to just pick-n-chose the easiest dirt roads.
Wifey was nervous at first, but seemed pretty comfortable later in the day :clap
Made a point to intersect the official route often and get pics of the participants.
The fog stayed with us throughout the morning, no sunshine until near Silverwood.
Chasing a pack up Huskies up Swarthout.
Took a short break at Hill 582 (off route).
Nice little oasis up here, built by train afficionados.
Made our way over the pass, and into the sun. Fog was spilling over from the front side of the mountains.
Nice of the organizers to use one of the woodsy roads behind the lake.
(There are more that they did not use :evil)
Got to the lunch stop fairly early and not too many folks there.
Afterwards, headed back towards the Cajon Pass, taking a couple more dirt roads on the way home.
(I had wanted to take some dirt roads up to Crestline, but Hwy18 in the fog is :eek1)
had a great day!
started off a little damp, then the sun poked out right when we got to the good stuff... the hard way GPS only track. that was a blast.
got to the malt shop at the perfect time.. we were all super hungry!
after lunch, did some more hard loops and made our way back to Glen Helen.
this guy shows up with a female on the back
this guy is still drunk from yesterday
dunno what he's doing with his finger there
looks like the lady thinks that's funny
they're kinda cute though
these guys kept following me all day
when nature calls
a lot of ppl looking like they dunno where they're going
M&M get away
break on the hard loop
stoked to eat
then this happened
if your riding buddy stops, stop to see if he's okay.
I had to flag down a stranger for a pick up ride.
the days numbers...
0 beers consumed :huh
100+ miles of dirt
3 flats (on NMBMN bike)
1 broken chain
countless kids lives saved because of a bunch of dirt bikers.
see ya next year!!!:clap
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