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Mine is easy, I rode from Ensenada to Cabo San Lucas last may. We zig zaged back and forth across the Baja peninsula all the way down. We rode almost all dirt. And most of it was on old and newer Baja 1000 race course. We rode an average of 275 miles a day. it took us 5 days. After that ride I felt like I had seen more in one week than I could see on 20 vacations. By far the hardest and best ride of my life.
Gps of my ride

 

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I think they did it on pizza cutters.

Looks like a great ride...I do not have anything all that exciting or memorable :(

I think this dune trip we are doing next week with all of our members is going to be incredible though!
 

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My first post was my favorite but lets put this in perspective. I have had some of my favorite rides by surprise. just right place right time. And with a good crew and your is utv is running just right and all of sudden it is on!
This season at Pismo a fast ride broke out and it has to be near the top of my favorites.

Here is another favorite; this was probably my next favorite ride. I was waiting for my Prowler so we took out the Rhinos for a night run.

 

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Great job on the video! Looks like a great time, too. We haven't ridden sand yet, other than a few short runs in Moab. One of these days we need to get to the dunes near Winnemucca or Fallon (not as big as Glamis, but they are also a lot closer to where we live).

That boarding in the canal is wild!
 

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My most memorable ride was when I was 14 and my brother and a neighbor made the ride from our house to the verde river. We packed lunches and spare fuel and had a basic idea of how to get to the river considering that our dad had taken us there by truck a few times, so we had to figure it out by using the desert trails. I was riding a 1982 185s three wheeler my brother was on his yamaha mx80 and my neighbor had a suzuki Rm 80. That was an all day adventure that seemed like an eternity. We also learned early on how to do repair tires with plugs so we could continue our journey. Funny thing was back then to was our parents never new how far we rode they thought we were out in the desert close to home.
 

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Mojave Ca to Primm Nevada.. Getting ready to do another one (Toys for Tots run) Dec 6th.. Its a great run, lots of UTV's! 220 miles
 

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Here is another favorite; this was probably my next favorite ride. I was waiting for my Prowler so we took out the Rhinos for a night run.
Nice vid! Do you have a mounted camera?
 

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Mojave Ca to Primm Nevada.. Getting ready to do another one (Toys for Tots run) Dec 6th.. Its a great run, lots of UTV's! 220 miles
Post up about this ride when it gets closer please, This sounds like a fun ride, We can put it on the Calendar for reference.

Nice vid! Do you have a mounted camera?
My buddy has a little in car camera, he ditched the mounts, good old black electrical tape seems to work the best. he mounts it on the front cross bar of my roll cage.
 

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Last years UTV Rally in Moab was Awesome, i expect this years to be even better.
I have Done a few Mountain Trips in Utah that were Awsome Trails That only a few people Know about. We rolled 3 out of the 6 Atvs more than once.
 

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Post up about this ride when it gets closer please, This sounds like a fun ride, We can put it on the Calendar for reference.

Here is whats on the flyer..


BENEFIT RIDE, DRIVE, OR CRUISE
DECEMBER 6TH-7TH
ALL ON OR OFF-ROAD VEHICLES WELCOME YOU CAN TAKE ANYTHING WITH WHEELS!
We will be meeting at Monaghan Motorsports at 6am for off-road riders and 10am for On-road driver and riders. The ride and drive will start in Mojave and end at Primm Valley Resorts, NV at Stateline. There are 3 Scheduled stops for fuel, food, and poker hand drawing. A $500 Poker hand will be awarded along with over $2500 in raffle prize giveaways from local businesses. Off-road riders will have a different set of directions and be on marked trails while the on road bikes and Hot Rods will be on paved highways and parking areas the entire route. Discounted lodging is available by calling (800)FUN-STOP with code #STS1206 this discount expires Nov 24th so reserve early. Pre-registration fee is $50 plus a new unwrapped toy or $75 w/ out toy. After Dec 3rd Registration is $65 plus toy or $85 w/out toy. This fee will include a free event T-Shirt and poker hand.
 
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