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Old 12/03/17, 08:31 PM   #1
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Anyone in the PNW planning a trail ride

Anyone in Northwest Oregon/Southwest Washington planning any outings? I finally have the bronco ready for some trails (351, FI Tech EFI, 2 1/2" susp lift, 2" body, 35" tires, still have factory 3 speed but not for long) anyone interested in having rookie wheeler tag along (Browns camp, Estacada, etc)
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Old 12/03/17, 09:17 PM   #2
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We usually do the "Hangover Run" on January 1st.
It's a lot of fun and worth the time.
Here's a link to the group. It doesn't get much activity, but someone is usually monitoring it.
We normally do the "Hangover Run" on Jan 1st.

http://www.broncofix.com/

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Old 12/04/17, 12:35 AM   #3
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Except when you're stuck in CA that is!
You going to be back up home at that point Mark?

Still free this Friday by the way?

Paul

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Except when you're stuck in CA that is!
You going to be back up home at that point Mark?

Still free this Friday by the way?

Paul
Yes & yes.

The "Hangover Run" is a lot of fun. Not just the snowy trail ride in the Mt. Hood National Forest, but the fun and games with a great bunch.

Last year when I left the event in the dark, there was a blizzard and I had one headlight out.
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Old 12/04/17, 12:47 PM   #5
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I missed it last year but plan to attend this year.

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