Charlie Bethards on the 270 trail Thursday morning
Kevin Bethards on his DR 350
Kevin Jurasinski crossing the little waterfall on the 270
Paul on his DRZ 400
Dust on the camera lens. 270 and the Blue lake trail start
Looking down from the 270 trail on FS 23 and the Cispus River
Even the 270 trail has some hairy spots. Paul taking the high line.
After the 270 we jump on the Krause Ridge trail.
Paul and one of the many big logs cut out of the trail this year.
Nicest trail in the GPNF, Krause Ridge #275
Charlie on 118, Hamilton Buttes trail
Lots of dust, it was like powder.
Kevin J. out on the second Butte.
Kevin J. at the top of the Hamilton Buttes, what a view and what a trail. It keeps getting tougher each year or maybe it is just me getting older.
Charlie & his son Kevin. Charlie is 70 years old and came all the way from Enterprise, OR.
Friday Morning and the starting line up for our first Adventure ride to Mt St Helens via 7807, 22, Randle and the 26 road.
Andy's trail riders on the left. Andy had 8 and I had 13 for the adventure ride.
from left to right, Jim, Tim, Kelly, Andy, Dale, Wayde, Judy, & Mark
It's big and Orange, KTMs 950 Adventure.
Keith on Kermit behind Eric and the 950 Katoom.
"There's a dead Elk up here"!
Mark has got to see this. On the 7807 road.
Mud Lake Friday morning.
Gas at Randle
The 26 road was closed to all but us DS riders by these little obstacles. Sylvia had scouted the route Thursday and said it was easy just a tree and a washout to get around.
Dakar Dave almost cleaned the whole thing.
The Dave & his Dakar far from Africa.
One big dab
Ok, that was fun just the little XT left.
Cheryl grinning from ear to ear.
What form, veteran trials rider indeed.
Now the washout was next. There was a single track trail to the left.
Who said KTM 950's aren't trail bikes. I think it was me.
Now this is an adventure tour.
Marty riding Cheryl's DR 650.
Paul & Marty
Doug on his Honda 650L was next.
Keith and Mark deciding whos going to ride "Kermit" around the washout.