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|2 Days and 600+ miles of easy Forest Service roads from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon and across the Navajo Indian Reservation.
|The trails between New River and Black Canyon City are EXTREME and not for the faint of heart adventure rider. This pass through Table Mesa Road found conditions excellent. The road is easy with a couple moderately challenging climbs.
|The Montana Mountain loop is an easy ride with spectacular views. There are a few steep climbs that should be no problem for a rider with some off road experience, even with street tires. This loop is best ridden clockwise. Be sure to exit around the gate after the quary, otherwise take the 1 mile hill to the left which is rated EXTREMELY DIFFICULT. Pinal Peak is another easy loop of almost all graded roads.
|Day 1 of a 3 day farewell ride for JD - DirtyDog before his return to Oklahoma. The extreme section from Bumble Bee to Cleator was littered with slippery rocks and sticky mud.
|The trail to and through Box Canyon is an easy fast ride. Once you make the turn off to the Coke Ovens the trail becomes progressively more difficult. Extreme climbs and descents and monster boulders fill the trails. One exit option is to cross the Gila River, an easy trail, a deep fast river crossing if you dare to take it. The second alternative route is BattleAx trail which begins with more boulders but eases up after a few miles.
|Great rides through the Hieroglyphic mountains near Lake Pleasant.