I usually ride ditches around here unless i can find a big ho0le out in a pasture somewhere then it's fun b/c it's all powder and you can tryu climb outta them. But if i'm out on a trip i love to go climbing and boondockin in the powder. Nothin quite like that.
I doo all kinds of ridding but I would have to say backcountry exploring is my favorite. I usually do this in old lumber roads and encounter all conditions, powder, boondocking, trails and occasionaly highmarking.
lately I do most fo my riding on the couch as all (haha) snow has melted except for the very bottom of the ditches and if I was to go off trail at this time I would probly lose my sled in a mud field.
This sucks rocks where the f is the snow.
I ride trails during the week, when the "week-enders" aren't around. On the week-ends, the trails here are one big "cluster-f**k", so I ride the two tracks and sections of county roads that aren't plowed, the lakes and any other territory that is open to legal riding.
I like to stay on the trails just for the fact that if you hit something off the trail then you are F$%&ed. But if I know the area then I like to venture off trail and hit jumps and play in the powder.
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