Originally Posted by larryboy
Gas shouldn't be a problem in Dyer, been through there a dozen times and they always have fuel. Not many travelers go through there, just the local Fishlake Valley residents.
I do know that mud can be an issue in the Toiyabe NF this time of year, slick snot type of stuff, same north of 50 in the Eureka area. Silt in the summer equals mud in the winter. Just keep your eyes peeled in shaded areas and you'll be fine.
I wonder if they make mud flaps from my KTM?
Thanks for the heads up. Those shady corners on the north slope can catch you off guard. We will keep an eye out.
I'm hoping it will be dry because it has been a dry winter.
On summer street rides in this area, I have seen lots of riders on dirt bikes coming out of these hills in the Toiyabe NF.