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Aspear Ranch.

JMZ

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Gonzales , TX
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I`m pretty handy at clearing brush , especially if it involves using joysticks and electric controls 👍
 
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CANYON
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Lane
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Turner
We had the inaugural ride day today here at Aspear Ranch.

@derekdemere and @Mudslick both came out, with a coworker of mudslick, harrison who rides torcs 250A.

Harrison was the first to show and we got a few fast laps in, the Derek showed up and I hung with him, he trucked through the tight trails on a 500 xc-w with the big acerbis tanks. Mudslick eventually showed up with a trailer full of tractor attachments for the ranch. He rode my xr650l since he is waffling about buying a dirt scooter.

@JMZ as always waffled and bailed, @South Tex had family matters to attend to and @budzrex had to see his daughter graduate!

We got my the current section rutted and burned in nice and blazed some new stuff.

A work/ride day will be coming to cut and complete the loop.

The plan for the place is to host a monthly(or so) limited ride days to those who are interested.

This will be an ongoing thread with information about ride days, so subscribe if you are looking for a new off road area.

The ranch is located on Fm1681 in Stockdale Texas. Not to far of a drive from Austin, SA, NB or SM.

Guest will have to sign a liability waiver, be polite to Mrs Sara who the ranch boss and not be a jerk.View attachment 233954View attachment 233955View attachment 233956View attachment 233957
Where is this located
 

StromXTc

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George West
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When I saw you riding in the creek, I thought, I wonder if? And danged if you didn't make it so.

Like button pressed. Your stock price just increased , up 150. Jumps are ok, but if they serve a purpose, all the greater!
 

StromXTc

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If you had rocks or old concrete, you could make a return as a wet crossing (one that would not erode). I guess you already do since you were already riding IN the creek in that other picture.
 
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Fm 1681, Stockdale.
If you had rocks or old concrete, you could make a return as a wet crossing (one that would not erode). I guess you already do since you were already riding IN the creek in that other picture.
Have a bridge and low water crossing, but will be coming up with other bridges/rock/jumps for the loop
 

StromXTc

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Have a bridge and low water crossing, but will be coming up with other bridges/rock/jumps for the loop
Nice you have a creek. So many ranches, at least out more west have no topography, just flat brushland with a cowtank here and there.
 
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