Awesome! Nice & rocky. I had no idea you guys had stuff like that up there.
cool. My father in law is the chief of police at Rogers State University there in Claremoreeatdrinkride said:Thats cool. My mother lives in Claremore. There are hills in her area (she overlooks Oologah Lake) but I always wondered if there were any trails. Never thought I'd see d/h runs though, lol.
yeah, rifle season opened the day that we went, so we thought we'd be as safe as possiblepdirt said:Hey that's awesome!!!
Very cool "don't shoot me" orange vest ... hunters I suspect?
That last drop ain't no slouch either... way cool.
technically yes, but for us ******* downhillers, that there's a mountain gawl dangit!sriracha said:wouldn't it be called "big hill" riding?
that looks awesome, rocky and tech.
you should start makin some trails.
Ya'll hunt rifles up there do ya? Haha.Cooter. said:yeah, rifle season opened the day that we went
What it lacks in sheer elevation it seems to make up for in speed. There don't appear to be many turns or stuff to slow you down. I'd bet you can get into some hairy situations going mach 2. That's definitely one you'd want to check out first before just lettin' 'er go full bore. Is some of that a powerline access trail? I think a guy could get his money's worth out of a Brake Therapy floating brake kit on some of that...LOL!Cooter. said:technically yes, but for us ******* downhillers, that there's a mountain gawl dangit!
Yeah, it is SUPER tech, and has claimed several brake rotors and a few big toes. One weekend, me and my friend broke the same big toe on the same foot, and lemme tell ya, that schit hurts!