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Old 10-16-2013, 07:37 PM   #11
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Joined: Oct 2008
Location: Prescott AZ
Oddometer: 4,149
650 miles in two days & I am home. Route nailed down. Long days & lots of miles. I left out the loop back into Parker as it will take doing 3 days. Evaluating a ride is very difficult & subjective. We all have different skills. Have ridden the full length of the Mohave Trail about 6 times. Previous times on TE Huskies & XR650L's. Today went from Laughlin to Cima Rd on WR250R. The rains have done a lot of changing to that section. I would say the toughest trip across so far for me. If you hate sand you will hate this ride. The sand goes on & on with rocks in between. Talked to a Ranger at Cima & she said technically it was closed but not a problem. She is working but no pay check. Two other riders & I are doing a loop from Prescott at the end of the month & I get no kick in getting someone in a situation they struggle in & just hate, so want to put this out there so they have some idea of what's involved. Has anybody ridden this section recently? I am talking in the last few weeks. I am probably just a wimp but a GS on what I rode this am would not be doable for me Here are a few pics & video's of the easy peasy stuff but gives a little insight as to what it looks like. Will add as soon as I can load them.

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