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Old 09-23-2012, 10:24 AM   #61
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09222012 ATHCDSDT First Ride of Awesome (Autumn)

What started as an awesome first day of Autumn ended as an awesome first day of Autumn.

We met at the usual place, Backwoods, in Bee Cave Texas, just east of the intersection of St. Hwy. 71 West and RR620 South.

Dave-d and Kelly showed up on Kelly’s BMW with the side hack, and big_papa_nuts, Andy showed up on his KLR.



What we did not expect was the Police escort……….





Ok……it wasn’t really a Police escort, the alarm for Backwoods went off when they opened the store and they (one marked and one unmarked car) came to check it out. All was good.

We rode to the dirt and began to seek which creek crossings were wet and which ones were dry. Many of them were dry but there were still a half dozen or so that were wet…….and slippery.

We started the dirt portion of the ride on CR110A, then 308 and 315.

Here comes Dave and Kelly on CR315 crossing Sandy Creek………



There goes Dave and Kelly crossing Sandy Creek………



Somewhere along this portion of the ride, while negotiating a wet creek crossing…..and at the very end of the crossing.......Andy showed us all how to do a 180^ turn on his bike and gently lay the bike down so it could rest for a while because it was two tired.

Andy didn’t need any rest so he stood there watching his bike.

Since I had already made it across the creek, and was only a few feet away, I came over to help Andy wake up his bike.

Therein lies one of my personal problems………I still need to work on taking more photos when the ride stops……..and/or………stopping the ride to take more photos.

So as the saying goes…….if there are no pics…….it didn’t happen.

……………However…………Dave had a video camera on his helmet and may have caught this.

CR315 took us over to Hwy 16 where we turned left (south), and then turned right onto CR113 and 112 to 2323 (south). From there we turned right onto CR109/110 and a couple of hundred yards down the road at the split, we continued on CR110. This took us to Loyal Valley, 2242, and then to Hwy 87.

We proceeded south on Hwy 87 and turned right onto Threadgill Ranch Road. I do not usually notice this when we have ridden this road before, but having the hack behind us, I thinking of Dave sitting in the hack, I noticed that this is not your typical dirt road…..it’s a heck of a lot more bumpy. It is more of a rock road with some dirt. The rocks are 4 inches to 8 inches long and about 2 inches thick and are embedded in the dirt. A couple of them became dislodged from the road and I could feel my back tire kick over a few inches when this would happen.

From Threadgill Ranch Road we turned left on to Jack Rabbit Rd., which is paved. While riding down Jack Rabbit Rd. I noticed something shiny glistening in the distance. As I got closer I could tell it was a motorcycle parked on the side of the road. As I got really close, I noticed the skid marks and gouges in the pavement. When I stopped at the bike (a cruiser {Viper}), I noticed the damage to the bike, including a hole in the gas tank. There were no other riders around, but I honked my horn a couple of time in the event they were resting under a tree off the side of the road and needed some help. Judging the look of oil on the road, it appeared to be at least a day or two old. It was not a fresh oil spill. After discussing the possible causes of the accident we proceeded along Jack Rabbit Rd. to Langes Mill Rd. and we turned left. This took us to 648 where we turned right and headed into Doss.


When we got into Doss, we turned right onto 783 and went to the Doss Country Store for some petro and some grub.

Something to take note of, when eating at the Doss Country Store, be sure to tell them how you want your burger cooked, i.e., well, medium well, well done etc…etc… because if you don’t tell them, they will serve it to you rare/medium rare.

Nonetheless………they make a great tasting burger……even if it moo’s when you take the first bite.

From Doss we headed south on 783 and took some of the paved roads, Doss Spring Creek, Grenwelge and Pecan Creek over to Old Mason Rd.

From Old Mason Dave and Kelly said their goodbye’s and headed over to Hwy 87 and into Fred’sburg to take Hwy 290 and then MOPAC back to Pflugerville.

Andy and I continued on our trek easterly along the small county roads, mostly paved and a couple of them dirt.
While riding along Lower Crabapple Rd. we decided to check out a dead end dirt road. Not only did the dirt road catch my eye…..it was more like the “Dead End” sign that caught my eye.

Dead End roads, especially dead end "dirt" roads can have some pretty cool scenerey and other stuff to see.

It was a nice narrow twisty dirt road with a lot of shade.

We even found “Boot Hill” along the way.



After riding through Eckert and then Willow City, we worked our way to Althaus-Davis and eventually to 962 which becomes Hamilton Pool Rd.

We turned right onto Hwy 71 and headed back into Bee Cave where Andy and I said our goodbyes.

Andy told me that he too was ready to take a nap. I suggested he wait until he got home.

As we all know, Andy’s bike will sleep well when it gets home as it was already two tired from earlier in the ride.

Thanks for the great ride Kelly, Dave and Andy.

It was really cool having the hack out there in the dirt. I am sure there were folks that enjoyed seeing your rig because they are not that common.

Y'all take care and come along for another ride sometime,
Britt
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:43 PM   #62
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Sunday....October 7, 2012.....Meet At Jim's at the 'Y' in Oak Hill (HWY 71 West and HWY 290 West).....Stands up at 9

Meet At Jim's at the 'Y' in Oak Hill (HWY 71 West and HWY 290 West).....Stands up at 9

Meet At Jim's at the 'Y' in Oak Hill (HWY 71 West and HWY 290 West).....Stands up at 9

Meet At Jim's at the 'Y' in Oak Hill (HWY 71 West and HWY 290 West).....Stands up at 9


Weather forecast for Sunday 10/7/12........partly cloudy.....low = 53^.....high = 65^

When: Sunday October 7, 2012

WhereTo Meet: Jim's at the 'Y' in Oak Hill (HWY 71 West and HWY 290 West)......at 8:30 a.m.


There are plenty of parking spaces to leave your truck/vehicle and trailer.

Kick stands up at 9:00 a.m.

Please let me know if you plan on riding by replying to this post......it ain't mandatory......just like to know if we need to wait on someone.

If we know someone is coming, and they haven't arrived by 9:00 a.m.....we will wait approximately 15 to 20 minutes for them to show up. If you need to contact me........please call five 1 two - 4 two three - zero 8 8 nine.

There is gasoline near the meeting area to top off your tank.

Destination: Starting with a short ride west on Hwy 290....then top off tanks at the Texaco (Hwy 290 and FM1826)......Then south on FM1826 to another dual sporters private property to do a little trail riding. From there we will head west.....trying to stay on the smaller county roads. There will be some Highway riding....but we will try to keep it to a minimum.

We may eventually hit a few dirt roads......but we may not be heading out as far west as we usually do.

bring water......stay hydrated (you can still dehydrate when the weather is cool).....drink plenty of water starting days prior to any outdoor activities.

We will stop somewhere for lunch.......You may want to bring a snack as well.

As always.........this is a no drop ride. Please read the first page of this thread for general info regarding no drop rides.

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Old 10-05-2012, 04:54 AM   #63
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You guys look like you're having some fun. Definitely looking to join in when I get to Ft Hood..... after my bike shows up anyways.
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Old 10-05-2012, 06:25 AM   #64
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You guys look like you're having some fun. Definitely looking to join in when I get to Ft Hood..... after my bike shows up anyways.
Yeah man......come on down and ride with us when you're ready.
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Old 10-08-2012, 01:12 PM   #65
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10072012 ATHCDSDT.........Ride Report......Deemed "The Chilly Ride"

Sunday was another mighty fine ride…….and mighty cold if I might add.

It seems as though the temperature never got above 50^ until after 3:00pm. Even though it was noticeably warmer…..it was still kinda chilly.

The chili weather didn’t hold any of these dual sport riders back as it was a sizeable turnout of 9 riders from 250cc bikes to a big ole KTM 950 Adventure.






Smiley’s (John) bike……….



MotoTex’s (John) bike…….



Hank took us from the Y in Oak Hill to his place off RM1826 to ride some trails. There was a nice mix of open and wooded trails with a few slightly ledgey hill climbs mixed in.



Glockpointers bike taking a nap after climbing one of the ledges......




All of the trails were “big bike” friendly as the KTM Adventurer had no troubles at all……….until something punctured the rear tire.

As it goes any well equipped rider, John had everything he needed and others were more than willing to offer help and additional tools.

Although John tried to break the bead of the rear tire with his own weight…..it just wasn’t enough. So we put the tire under my side stand and let the weight of my bike and two of us pushing down on it break the bead.




John and John work on John’s flat……..





After leaving Hank’s place we took RM1826 to Darden Hill Rd./CR162 to Sawyer Ranch Rd./CR164 to a short stretch of 290 West to Trautwein Rd./CR185 to Fitzhugh Rd./CR101 and on down to South Oak Forest and then Bell Springs Rd./CR169 to work our way to Hamilton Pool Rd./FM3238.

After a short ride on Hamilton Pool Rd. we turned right to check out Stagecoach Ranch Rd. Smiley left us at that point as he was running out of ride time……and had ridden this road the day before.

Stagecoach Ranch Rd. is an interesting paved road with its dirt road sidekick Stagecoach Ranch Loop. There are some dirt dead end roads that branch off of these two roads that we did not take. We will save those for another riding adventure.

From there the chilly ride took us across the Pedernales River and over to CR301. From there it was a few miles north up HWY 281 to top of the gas tanks, then south again on Hwy 281 to CR307 and over to 1323, to 1320 to Hwy 290 West.

Another short ride west on 290 took us to RR1 and a nice mellow ride that parallels the Pedernales River and goes through the LBJ State Park with a small Buffalo or Bison herd in one of the pastures.

From RR1 we took a left onto RR1623 and crossed Hwy 290 to eat lunch at Lindig’s Café.



After a filling lunch and warming up a bit, and saying farewell to soda pop (Rob) and txbikeguy (Ben), we went west on 290 and turned right onto Gellermann Ln. then proceeded to RR2721 where we turned right and an immediate left (otherwise known as a “jog”) onto Klein-Ahrens Rd…….where I must admit I slightly missed the turn…..but I did point it out to the other riders….. …in my attempt to begin a u-turn I had a near miss with Glockpointer. All was good as no contact was made.

After riding Klein-Ahrens Rd. for a few miles we turned right onto Wahmund-Ahrens Rd. Although these roads are paved, I could see this particular spot as a premier place to take a break in the summer…..or just about any time of the year actually.

Proceeding north along Wahmund-Ahrens Rd., we eventually turned right onto RR1631, then another right onto FM1323 and then left onto one of my favorites, Althaus-Davis Rd., which is a paved twisty road that turns into a dirt twisty road, CR310, both with their share of creek crossings, although usually dry.

And of course Althaus-Davis/CR310 eventually becomes FR3347 (yes folks…..FR for Farm Road……I’ve been calling an FM for Farm to Market by mistake). From FR3347 you can turn onto either CR309 or CR310A to ride some nice dirt roads with a mix of dry and wet, improved (concrete) and un-improved (natural surface {my favorite}) creek crossings.

Only one (improved) creek crossing had a little water and this particular creek crossing always seems to try to get someone sideways and it usually succeeds. It was big-papa-nuts turn to get sideways and he road it out like a champion….keeping the shiny side up.

This ride was all inclusive of the typical ride through Click Texas and little break at the corral. Usually our breaks are under nice shade trees…….well……we were looking for as much sun and heat as possible so this happened to be the best place to stop.

Here is a shot of Paul’s (dull ax) and Andy’s (big_papa_nuts) KLR’s in the foreground.......



No ride along CR315 is complete without riding across this un-improved crossing of Sandy Creek. I have never seen water flowing down this section of the creek…….and I don’t think I ever do. It could get quite challenging.

Riders staged for the crossing (and paparazzi {Glockpointer})………..



MotoTex (John) KTM 950 Adventure…………



bikejones (Britt {me}) Honda XR650L………too bad the pic didn’t catch my power slide….but the dust is still there.



big_papa_nuts (Andy) Kawasaki KLR 650……..



dull ax (Paul) Kawasaki KLR 650……..with Glockpointer’s (Frazier’s) Honda XR650L on the side.....



Hank on his Kawasaki KLR 650……..



We rode on down CR315 a ways more after Sandy Creek….but not all the way to Hwy 16.

Shortly after turning around Andy said he had to switch over to reserve…..which I thought was kind of odd since we filled up only 50 to 60 miles ago……and…..Andy had one of the largest gas tanks on the ride.

So as we are heading back…..MotoTex mentions that he is going to take CR310 over to Hwy 71 to head home.

Since I was not sure of the gas stops along 71 in that area, I was taking Andy and the rest of the crew down CR310A, FR3347 and RR962 to Hwy 281 South into Round Mountain so Andy could get some gas.

Well, as luck (good and/or bad) would have it…..Andy ran out of gas right at the intersection of CR310 and CR310A. He laid the KLR on its side to access the special reserve but the bike would not start.

Luckily, Glockpointer had an FTD (fuel transfer device) on board in which to transfer gas from his and my gas tanks.....





After about a six pack, of petro, Andy started the KLR…..however it seemed to be running rough and rich.

But it was running so on down the road we went.

Once we got to the Shell station in Round Mountain Andy filled the KLR with gas.

Paul (dull ax) decided to take Hwy 281 south to HWY 290 and head home as he was running out of ride time.

It was then that I noticed Andy’s KLR was leaking gas as he was revving the engine trying to get the idle to smooth out.

He cut the engine and pulled a plug from one of the drain/vent hoses and a mixture of oil and muddy Bastrop Trail water came out.



Maybe after taking in a six pack of Shiner petro the KLR just needed to take a leak.

But no…..it was something more serious than that…..it appeared that a float bowl was stuck and causing the extra gas leak out.

With safety concerns of the KLR leaking gas on the rear tire while riding curvy highways, and if he plugged the vent hose, the KLR was running rough and Andy had concerns of it doing further damage to the bike, he called his roommate Ben, txbikeguy, who had already left the ride after we ate lunch, to bring the truck and pick him up at the Shell in Round Mountain.

This is the first time that we had to leave a man in the field. Hopefully it will be the last time too.

Nonetheless it was another fun ride even if the temps didn’t get to the mid 60’s like they were supposed to.

A special thanks to Hank for sharing his trails with us. The trails were fun and it was the warmest I was all day.

Thanks again everyone for the ride.

Let's do it again!
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:43 PM   #66
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Excellent report Britt. I can't wait to break away and ride with ya'll again!
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:32 AM   #67
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Excellent report Britt. I can't wait to break away and ride with ya'll again!
Next weekend may be Hidden Falls between Lago and Marble Falls.

Infidel (from San Antonio) is heading that one up.

It will be Sat. 10/13 and Sun. 10/14............or for those that can only make it one day.......just pick a day.

It's weather permitting and right now the forecasters are calling for 20% to 30% rain for Sat. and Sun.
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Thanks for the invite. Next weekend I'm riding the East Tex 450, after that Luckenbach Fall Classic, then RTB3-maybe I'll see ya in November!
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:52 PM   #69
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......Time to ride again!!!!!

When: Saturday November 17, 2012

WhereTo Meet: Meet at Backwoods, located in the western end of the Hill Country Galleria, 12921 Hill Country Blvd Ste D2-145, Bee Cave, TX 78738.....in the rear parking lot at 8:30 a.m.

Kick stands up at 9:00 a.m.

Please let me know if you plan on riding by replying to this post.

If we know someone is coming, and they haven't arrived by 9:00 a.m.....we will wait approximately 15 to 20 minutes for them to show up. If you need to contact me........please call five 1 two - 4 two three - zero 8 8 nine.

There is gasoline near the meeting area to top off your tank.

Destination: Into the heart of the hill country to ride some dirt roads and more than likely...........cross a few "dry" creek crossings.

bring water......stay hydrated.....drink plenty of water starting days prior to any outdoor activities. It is easier to dehydrate in cooler drier weather as you do not realize your loosing body fluids (sweat :mrgreen: )

We will stop somewhere for lunch......maybe Doss Country Store.....or somewhere else.

You may want to bring a snack as well.

As always.........this is a no drop ride. Please read the first page of this thread for general info regarding no drop rides.

Since it is getting dark earlier......we will try to get back to Bee Cave by 5:00pm or so.

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......Back In The Saddle Again!!!!!

When: Saturday December 8, 2012

WhereTo Meet: Meet at Backwoods, located in the western end of the Hill Country Galleria, 12921 Hill Country Blvd Ste D2-145, Bee Cave, TX 78738.....in the rear parking lot at 8:30 a.m.

Kick stands up at 9:00 a.m.

The weather calls for fog and drizzle in the morning....we are riding anyway. It is supposed to be clear the rest of the day.

Please let me know if you plan on riding by replying to this post.

If we know someone is coming, and they haven't arrived by 9:00 a.m.....we will wait approximately 15 to 20 minutes for them to show up. If you need to contact me........please call five 1 two - 4 two three - zero 8 8 nine.

There is gasoline near the meeting area to top off your tank.

Destination: Into the heart of the hill country to ride some dirt roads and more than likely...........cross a few "dry" creek crossings.

bring water......stay hydrated.....drink plenty of water starting days prior to any outdoor activities. It is easier to dehydrate in cooler, drier weather as you do not realize your loosing body fluids (sweat :mrgreen: )

We will stop somewhere for lunch.

You may want to bring a snack as well.

As always.........this is a no drop ride. Please read the first page of this thread for general info regarding no drop rides.

Since it is getting dark earlier......we will try to get back to Bee Cave by 5:00pm or so.

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Thanks AustinJake and Joe for the awesome ride today.

Here are a couple of pics of an area at Lake Travis.....which is usually under water...........lots of water. Lets hope this isn't going to be the norm for Lake Travis.

Joe..........



From left to right......Joe, AustinJake and Glockpointer..........



From left to right......Joe, bikejones, Glockpointer and photo by AustinJake.

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When: Sunday December 23, 2012

WhereTo Meet: Meet at Backwoods, located in the western end of the Hill Country Galleria, 12921 Hill Country Blvd Ste D2-145, Bee Cave, TX 78738.....in the rear parking lot at 8:30 a.m.

Kick stands up at 9:00 a.m.

Please let me know if you plan on riding by replying to this post.

If we know someone is coming, and they haven't arrived by 9:00 a.m.....we will wait approximately 15 to 20 minutes for them to show up. If you need to contact me........please call five 1 two - 4 two three - zero 8 8 nine.

There is gasoline near the meeting area to top off your tank.

Destination: Into the heart of the hill country to ride some dirt roads and more than likely...........cross a few "dry" creek crossings.

bring water......stay hydrated.....drink plenty of water starting days prior to any outdoor activities. It is easier to dehydrate in cooler, drier weather as you do not realize your loosing body fluids (sweat :mrgreen: )

We will stop somewhere for lunch.

You may want to bring a snack as well.

As always.........this is a no drop ride. Please read the first page of this thread for general info regarding no drop rides.

Since it is getting dark earlier......we will try to get back to Bee Cave by 5:00pm or so.

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12/23/2012.......Today's ride was a good one overall. We decided to go to Castell for lunch.

Glockpointer, Cagiva85, tireman, neoxaero and I headed out to the Hill Country to meet up with Infidel who was riding up from San Antonio.





As dry as it has been there was water running in some of the creek crossings.

neoxaero slid out on this creek crossing.......



Cagiva85 and Glockpointer lift neoxaero's bike........



neoxaero had a sore knee as a result but the bike was ok.

The natural creek crossings tend to be more fun because they don't have the slime factor like the concrete creek crossings do......tireman shows us how fun they can be.......



Even the big creek crossing at Sandy Creek had a little water.....it is usually bone dry even during the wetter seasons.

Glockpointer took a 90^ turn a little too hot and became intimate with a steel fence. Damage done, smashed/twisted ankle, foot peg and hand guard..........





We did make it to Castell for lunch and some mighty fine steaks.........and a borrowed cane for Glockpointer.........





Thanks everyone for the ride......let’s do it again soon......

neoxaero and Glockpointer....I hope your injuries get better soon.

Britt
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Sounds like fun was had with some still paying for it.

Isn't that cane in the wrong hands?
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If GP would put a tire on that XR he might get more grip! Looks like I missed a good one!
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