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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by J&J » Wed Feb 01, 2017 1:27 pm

phoo wrote:This is video from that stream Skinny-J mentioned. I'd love to get back there. https://youtu.be/EJBzfuB17Cw

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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by 2way2wheels » Wed Feb 01, 2017 3:42 pm

If you are micro brew fan, on the way home you could stop by Selinsgrove brewery.
Its a in a old house downtown. Parking can be a struggle. Growlers and growler refills to go.

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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by Bucho » Wed Feb 01, 2017 8:59 pm

phoo wrote:This is video from that stream Skinny-J mentioned. I'd love to get back there. https://youtu.be/EJBzfuB17Cw

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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by BigBird » Wed Feb 01, 2017 9:50 pm

J&J wrote:
phoo wrote:This is video from that stream Skinny-J mentioned. I'd love to get back there. https://youtu.be/EJBzfuB17Cw

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I'm not sure I can put my finger on it - but that is definitely one of the trails on my saved GPS tracks from a couple of years ago with Jeff.
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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by Wingfixer » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:31 pm

Wow! That looks like some awesome trail! Can't wait! :whoop: :loveit:
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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by Bucho » Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:38 pm

Stinson wrote:Which areas are you guys riding? I know the St. Clair area pretty well. Unfortunately some of the best stuff is on the state game lands north of there which they have been patrolling the last few years.
What does this mean? That we aren't allowed to ride there? OR just that you better make sure you have a permit if you go?
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Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by Skinny-J » Sun Feb 05, 2017 8:16 am

Bucho wrote:
Stinson wrote:Which areas are you guys riding? I know the St. Clair area pretty well. Unfortunately some of the best stuff is on the state game lands north of there which they have been patrolling the last few years.
What does this mean? That we aren't allowed to ride there? OR just that you better make sure you have a permit if you go?
You can pretty much never-ever ride on state game lands so I am pretty sure that means no. Without a doubt, the RAC permit will only give you access to lands owned by RAC, and there is no such thing as a permit from anywhere else to ride a dirt bike on state game lands....

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Re: RE: Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by stretchride » Sun Feb 05, 2017 11:35 am

Skinny-J wrote:
Bucho wrote:
Stinson wrote:Which areas are you guys riding? I know the St. Clair area pretty well. Unfortunately some of the best stuff is on the state game lands north of there which they have been patrolling the last few years.
What does this mean? That we aren't allowed to ride there? OR just that you better make sure you have a permit if you go?
You can pretty much never-ever ride on state game lands so I am pretty sure that means no. Without a doubt, the RAC permit will only give you access to lands owned by RAC, and there is no such thing as a permit from anywhere else to ride a dirt bike on state game lands....
Guys, is the riding 7 days/week/holidays etc? Are they really requiring insurance proof on a dirt bike?

No provision to bring a guest I guess?
Any camping allowed?

Hey J, how long a drive for you from Mt. Airy?

So tempting....I need more riding in my life this year for sure...

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Post by Skinny-J » Sun Feb 05, 2017 1:22 pm

stretchride wrote: Guys, is the riding 7 days/week/holidays etc? Yup

Are they really requiring insurance proof on a dirt bike? yes, but just send them the card for your Honda. I sent them the insurance card that listed all my bikes and my permit showed up in a week. The YZ wasn't on the card since I don't have coverage on it but its what will be ridden there. The permit you receive does NOT list your bike, just a number that gets pinned to you...

No provision to bring a guest I guess? No, each rider has to have a permit
Any camping allowed? No

Hey J, how long a drive for you from Mt. Airy? It would be a little over 2.5hrs to St.Clair. But there should be lots of options for truck pools.

So tempting....I need more riding in my life this year for sure... JUST DO IT!

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Re: RE: Re: RAC riding 2017

Post by Bucho » Sun Feb 05, 2017 1:49 pm

stretchride wrote: So tempting....I need more riding in my life this year for sure...

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Do it Ken!

I feel you about needing more riding in my life. While part of me, doesn't like the idea of paying $125 up front to go ride. I guess this is good motivation to go ride! It will drive me a little insane to spend that and NOT get my monies worth.

And I agree w/ J. If you have to, just send them registration/insurance info for your Honda. The permit is for you and not your bike.
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