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  1. @OneMonth.OneRide on instagram, you can reach me there, otherwise I don't know if there are PM here to exchange number ?
  2. Hi Lord_Morgan and welcome ! I'm in West LA and up for a ride also, do you know about Rawher Flats OHV area? I just went one time but it's not so far and close from each of us!
  3. Thank you ! For those interested, on USDA website of the San Bernardino National Forest there are 4 maps with North + South Big Bear + Keller Peak Road + Coon Creek and Wildhorse Meadow. Those indicates about 30 different yellow post sites that are dispersed around trails and free. There is fire pit and picnic table. Firs come first serve. Just need a stop to ranger station if you want to make a fire (free permit). Cheers
  4. Hello everyone, We are planing a quick trip to Big Bear Lake this week end and were thinking about dispersed camping. I found on their website that is allowed within San Bernardino forest and would like to know if some of you have tried and if someone know a trail leading to a perfect wild camping spot near to freshwater ? Maybe I'm asking too much Thanks !
  5. Ok I'm a perfect noob, first time ended on the ground several times I still need to practice, but with Mathilde as pillion and the bike fully load with camping gear I'm not sure that the best way to learn..
  6. Thank Piambro ! I'll check this insurance also, and be sure to have all originals with me. Bests
  7. Hi Eric, thank you for your help ! How long is the ride from Tecate to Ojos Negros by the trail approximately ? Is it sandy ? Thanks
  8. Hello guys, I hope I posted the thread in the correct section, apologize me if not. We are travelling to Baja norte for 3 days at the end of the month. We are heading to San Felipe area and would like to cross the border in Mexicali. I would like to know if you guys have some tips for planning our trip. Especially regarding the documents that we need, like insurance, where to get it ? And any other information that you seems relevant and I could miss. Thanks in advance.
  9. Thank you ! I know you guys will be riding Mojave this weekend but it's not a good match for us I saw you do the ride every year so I'll be sure to avoid booking anything at this period next year. Do you guys have other rides like this one throughout the year ? Thanks !
  10. Hello fox, We are Mathilde and Max, a french duo rider of 31 and 28 years old. We moved in California, Los Angeles, few months ago. I'm (Max) working as a biology post doctoral researcher at UCLA and Mathilde (my wife) work as a french remote copywriter. I'm in love with two wheels and had so far 4 different bikes from yamaha xt660, fz6, ktm 950sm and super tenere xt1200z today. Fortunately, Mathilde has also been bitten by the motorcycle bug when we met eachothers. The idea for us is to discover new places in the area on a monthly basis, we have an Instagram @onemonth.oneride for that purpose. So far we have been to Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Mojave Desert, Grand Canyon, Jawbone and Red Rock Canyon. I'll try to write reports about those rides. Our first trip with the Super Tenere was in Joshua Tree and we fall in love with dirt trails riding, which was totally new for us. Since, I'm always trying to find dirt roads that coincide with paved ones. We really are enthousiast about joining the adventure bike community and I'm happy to discover all the aspects of this new motorcycle world. More generally I love riding but also working on the bikes, you know, throwing all the money in it! We still need to learn a lot about riding technics though. I hope some of you will welcome us for future rides in SoCal. Oh yes! One last thing, our ultimate goal after my postdoc in few years will be a huge ride to the end of the world. There is a long way before that though.
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