As you approach the Hunter turnoff headed south. Chewed up good in there. I took a pic of what I thought was a tuff area for bigger bikes. Found others worse than that. Guy came into camp later at nite on a silver 950. He was traveling from Eureka. He hit those rocks coming up south pass and had a pinch flat. Almost lost it in there then had to fumble in the dark to patch his tube. We gave him our patch kit as we left yesterday. As I said earlier, we only saw xr's and one other pumpkin off road. Lots of nice, shiny stuff in camps. If it were me and I had a lighter bike I'd take it for comfort sake. The guy who made it wasn't concerned about scratches..
Fwiw I took my xr600 thru there. The xr holds about 2.8 gal. I carried an extra gallon in the backpack. Left at 930 arrived at psr at 4. We did screw around at the Teakettle tho as it seemed there was some sort of goddamned xr's town meeting or something!
cbig screwed with this post 11-21-2012 at 03:15 PM