Nice ride report Bob, great pics too. Here's my RR of the epic weekend...heading up the hill friday night
entering Sequoia, this place is like home
Max checkin' out the Panaroma
Da Grinch with his breakfast of champions
I Rolling Rock is the offical trail refreshment of the SNF rides...
Windrat made breakfast burritos both days
4 KTMs a Honda and a Yamaha
our conga line through the forest... Rearsteer and the Grinch takin' the lead
the Grinch and superhobie
superhobie and Orangebeast
Orangebeast and Windrat takein' up the rear.... Windrat sequence, scroll down fast v
There's you're video Razr
Awesome views up there
we had a nice fire after a great day on the trails
Beer, good food and some great stories to end the day...
Sunday morning @ camp, it was a foggy morning.
camp Grinch and Orangbeast
camp Windrat and pcvance
Max the killer dog
it was a nice day at 7400 feet, I took Max for a walk before the rest of the crew woke up.
Orangebeast and Rearsteer helping the Grinch get past the washout,
you could tell it was late October, orange and black was everywhere.
here's the Grinch thinkin' to himself...WTF did I get myself into here!
superhobie and Orangbeast cutting in the trail...
doing our part, we are the SOS!
next up, Orangbeast
you might say this trail is a little technical
if you lost a bike off the trail here, it would ruin you're day for sure...
our trail work was not over yet, just down the hill a ways...we found this
a live oak across the trail, oh shit!
a traffic jam in the Kern? WTF?
this ride was set up for our fearless "RIDERS" leader Jeff AKA Bolt, but he could not be there due to a crash the week before, hope you're doing better buddy.
it was a good thing Rearsteer brought his trusty Corona saw! The Grinch stroking it.
this is a great bunch of guys, Scott, Peter, Rob and Steve, Bob we missed you Sunday or should I say you missed it!
Peter walking the walk
our work complete, we get ready to roll onward, this day we rode the Kern canyon from rim to rim west to east, top to bottom and bottom to top! by the days end we rode 127 miles.
Steve goes first on the big XR, he rode thal pig everywhere we did on our smaller bikes
he even did lower Rincon
Rearsteer clear of the oak bridge we built.
the Sunday crew at the top of Cannell, bound for Sherman Pass and beyond
85 miles from camp at the Sherman pass overlook, twin 525's
watch out for those rocks! anyone have an extra 525 header they dont need?
the Kern, what a great place it is.....We all had a great time, thanks to everyone who came for this ride...
In loving memory of my little brother Andy