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Oct 19 WATR Fall Trail Ride @ Eagle Bay
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Oct 19 WATR Fall Trail Ride @ Eagle Bay - October 9, 2014, 09:50 AM

https://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/361664...+FTR+flyer.pdf

Times:
Sign-Up Opens 7:30am
Riders Meeting 9:30am
Ride Starts 10:00am
Last bike starts
long loop: 3:00pm
Where:
Eagle Bay 7800 Fitzhugh Lane, King George VA, near Fredericksburg
Eagle Bay is a private riding area. Your donation allows you to ride
on the day of the event only.
BIKES ONLY – NO QUADS
Sunday October 19, 2014
Minimum Donation:
Adults: $30 each, Under 18: $20 each. Food available with additional donation.
All proceeds benefit the King George Optimist Club
Additional Info:
• Youth under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, with signed youth waiver. If both parents are
not present, the absent parent’s signature must be notarized. Youth Waiver available at
http://www.americanmotorcyclist.com/...INOR.sflb.ashx
• Loops for novice to advanced riders. 2 & 10 mile loops, with no road crossings! Some easy, some technical,
good for anyone with some trail experience. Plus a pee-wee grass track!
• No classes, no timing, just great trail riding.
• Protective riding gear required: helmet, eye protection, sturdy boots, long pants/sleeves, gloves.
• Tags not required, but bike must be quiet (96db at 20 inches) and equipped with a USFS spark arrestor.
• Primitive camping is available if you arrive prior to 10p.m. Saturday. No fires, no generators.
• No bike engines running prior to 9am Sunday.
• Questions? Washington Area Trail Riders, www.facebook.com/WashingtonAreaTrailRiders
Directions: 18 miles East of Interstate 95 Exit 133
Google Maps/GPS: N38.338109, W77.208101
From Interstate 95: Exit 133, East on Route 17 towards Falmouth. Go 2 miles, continue straight across US Route
1 onto Route 218. Go 15 miles, left on Route 642 (Eagles Nest Lane). Go 0.6 miles, left on Fitzhugh Lane. Sign
waiver at gate.
From Route 301 Traveling North into Dahlgren, VA: Left (west) on Route 206 in Dahlgren, VA. Travel 2.7 miles,
right on Route 218. Go 4.4 miles, right on Route 642 (Eagles Nest Lane). Go 0.6 miles, left on Fitzhugh Lane. Sign
waiver at gate.
Fall Trail Ride
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October 9, 2014, 10:58 AM

This is on my radar. I hear this is a really nice area to ride with great trails.


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October 9, 2014, 11:12 AM

yup awesome place to ride. easy single track with a very tight A section hero style. Like as in banging bars for 5 minutes. I could walk faster thru I swear. Kids section and d loop is fun.


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October 10, 2014, 08:56 AM

I should be doing this one, assuming my wife is doing ok (hernia surgery on the 16th). Of course, if she's not doing ok and I do the ride anyway I might have more time for riding...

I like riding tight stuff but not nearly as much on the KX as on dedicated trail bikes I've ridden before... I keep meaning to raise the forks a bit but never remember until I'm on the bike riding.
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October 13, 2014, 02:53 PM

Since the race for this weekend was cancelled, this is a strong possibility now.


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Yup if in town will go.


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I can fit another bike on the trailer (maybe even squeeze a third) if anyone wants a ride down... Of course I'm still iffy (my wife says not to worry about the surgery but you never know).
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I will be bringing the bus with a buddy of mine. I will have spare bikes if anyone wants to ride. I will have a spare 08 WR450f someone can ride (bike is basically a yz450f now so I must know you can ride) and a 2010 kx250f as well. Only rule I have is if you tear it up you pay for whatever you tore up. My son is acting like an asshole so his selfish ass is going to sit on the sidelines and watch someone else ride his bike. Maybe he will get the message at that point. Both bikes run flawlessly. PM me if you want to ride one or get at me on Facebook.
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my wife says not to worry about the surgerywe know what a woman REALLY means when she says that.
Fixed!


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I've told my wife that when she says, "fine", or similar I take it at face value. After 23 years of marriage I'm ok with it either working or not on any given day.
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I had that discussion with my wife before we got married.


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My son is acting like an asshole so his selfish ass is going to sit on the sidelines and watch someone else ride his bike. Maybe he will get the message at that point.
Adam
That made me LOL. Good parenting sir.

I'll be out of town, but would have loved to go to this. I need to get the DRZ out on the trails again. It's spent too long as a motard.


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All loaded and good to go.


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I managed to get new tires mounted and the oil changed today so I'm good to go.
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This is going to be fun!
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