Ouch! Hope you heal fast. Is the bike ok?Not to worry. Comes with the territory. I had a blast up until the end. It was great riding with you. Unfortunately I have to spend two days in the hospital with broken collar bone and 5 broken ribs. Strictly for pain management. I Will be home by tomorrow then 6 weeks to heal
Wow what a great place and owner!Taking the XR400 out to GSL Saturday after the Bike Breakfast 9AM Saturday, December 20, 2014 - Bear Moon Bakery & Cafe in Boerne
Wouldn't hurt to touch base with the owner before you haul. He is usually there, but not always. As for the KLR, on some of the trails... it could prove a little cumbersome. A lot depends on your riding skill, and off road comfort level. You will be riding on occasional baby heads and such. I was really hoping to get back out there during the winter months and pioneer some more trails through that rocky woods section. But my next job will have me gone until around mid April. Seems like we could thread a good bit more technical trail through there, if anyone felt like trying to mess with it. This area looks like it could offer up some pretty good Hidden Falls style technical single track riding.So is this place always open or do you have to set up with owner? From Videos this place looks doable on a klr 650 . I just so happen to have one that needs to break its cherry on the dirt!
I hope the recent rain didn't muddy things up too bad. We tried to go out there a few days after a big storm here in Kerrville and a good number of the trails were flooded in spots. If you're not afraid of getting muddy you probably could ford them. My son wasn't too excited about the idea after he buried his bike in a mud hole the first try. I was happy that the bike remained upright, it was just buried up to the axles in mud, which then tried to suction my boots off my feet when I had to pull his little CRF70 out.Heading to GSL ranch Saturday 12-29 for the day. I will be with my son (17yr.) and his friend who just started riding. We will just be hanging out and riding for the day if anyone wants to come out. I'll be in a white crew cab Chevrolet with white enclosed trailer, both dirty.
I'd rather it be 40 degrees than 80. By the time I get all geared up, I'm sweating. That's before even trying to start the bike.There was a few guys there before Christmas.
They are planning another one also.
The high tomorrow is 40deg, but the crew is still willing.
Eagerly looking forward to a current ride report!