Trail education , ideas and mods

onerich

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I think we need a thread to come to when we learn or want to share some thing like

Trail repair

What to wear

What permits if any are needed

Tools that can and cannot be used

Any training (FIRST AID)

Mod on your car to carry tools

Ideas for money raising to donate or pay for cost of tool or trips
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Others friend that have the same idea that we can help and learn from .

Just a couple ideas of the top of my head , so please post up yours and let's make a differences.
 

onerich

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Some ideas of tools and a good attitude . :D
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onerich

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Who has the right of way on a trail ??
Up hill, but at the meeting the ranger said the trail has a inadvisable line down the middle just like we have a yellow line on our roads and if a accident happened that line would rule at who was at fault pending a hundred other things like width of trail ,speed and if alcohol was involved. But he also said good commonsense and kindness goes a long way .
 

onerich

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Trail maintenance could be as easy as putting brush and branches to cover up off trail short cuts . But look out for snakes and scorpions when off the trail . :eek:
 

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Up hill, but at the meeting the ranger said the trail has a inadvisable line down the middle just like we have a yellow line on our roads and if a accident happened that line would rule at who was at fault pending a hundred other things like width of trail ,speed and if alcohol was involved. But he also said good commonsense and kindness goes a long way .
For me, growing up riding dirt bikes in the trails, this has been one to stick to. I've seen way to many accidents on blind corners where two riders came together because they were on the same side of the trail. Whether in a sxs or on my bike, I'm ALWAYS toning it down and staying to the right on blind corners areas. On the open, give her hell when you can clearly see ahead of you, but tone it down and be smart when unsure of what's ahead. Always expect the unexpected, and remember most of the time your not the only one out on the trail. Trail riding is a beautiful thing ENJOY IT.
 

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