The Drinkwater/Ruby Loop

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The Drinkwater/Ruby Loop

Postby jonnyNITRO » Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:14 pm

Well, glad I had a chance to ride today. It was a bit windy, but had a blast.
Met up with Greg, Victor and Brian for a fun day of riding.
I know Victor snapped some photos so can't wait to see what he got.
It was good to meet you guys and ride together. See 'ya back on the trails.
50 mile loop with a wide variety of terrain.
(Don't forget those red reflectors on the rear of your bike)

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Re: The Drinkwater/Ruby Loop

Postby ride blue » Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:50 pm

i had a really good time!! thanks a bunch Jonny for leading me around all the new areas.
also looking forward to the pictures.Dusty and Brain thanks for not letting me get lost!
well next ride i will stay off the sauce the night before and hopefully there will not be a time change.
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Re: The Drinkwater/Ruby Loop

Postby DustyRock » Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:02 pm

Agreed I had a great time. In the morning it was nippy @ about 50+ deg & the wind blowing. Glad the wind was blowing for even after all the rain we had there was quite a bit of dust. It was rocky just like Johhny said especially some of those hill climbs. We came back to the staging area after the 1st loop/ride in the morning only to be greated by motorcycle probing law enforcement. Not one cop but four of them 3 on bikes & one in a truck. Our tax dollars @ work. I am all for checking for spark arrestors but having that kind of presence was IMHO over the top. :excuseme: Oh well that didnt ruin the day as we were all legal. On the second loop we got to do some water crossings a couple of them were quite deep. I didnt get a picture but I did get wet, I mean really wet from head to toe, have to say it was refreshing. My fault for hitting it too fast. Did get a couple of shots from a crossing where the water was only 4-6 inches deep. Thanks guys for a great ride :)
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Re: The Drinkwater/Ruby Loop

Postby jonnyNITRO » Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:35 am

Thanks Victor.
I didn't know you snapped a shot of the Sheriffs.
Cool picts.
See you next time.
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Re: The Drinkwater/Ruby Loop

Postby DustyRock » Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:14 pm

Glad they didnt confiscate the camera :lol: Need to get as much riding in as possible before it gets too hot.
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