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This is the "Plaine de l'Imbo". There I am front & center in the opening seconds. The Honda XR650R is in the background. I'm still a little dazed from the beast having bucked me off... We are starting to worry however about our ecological impact on the plain, so we might have to constrain ourselves to a more limited part of it. The black Yamaha Tenere you see in the video makes so much noise you could probably hear it in Nevada! But this is not the only riding venue we have - and this is not typical of most of the rest of the country. Here's another link that will give you an id
Whether you're headed to Sand Mountain or Desert Creek, Wilson Canyon or Mason Valley, the Black Rock Desert or High Rock Canyon, keep in mind that the moratorium is up on Nevada's introduction of an OHV permit program. Effective July 1, 2012, Nevada became one more Western state to require an OHV permit for all non-highway vehicles that ply the back country or public lands. July 1, 2013 ended the moratorium, and the law is now under enforcement. Before you find yourself with a nice hole in your wallet (paid to the State of Nevada OHV Commission and not courtesy of the gaming industry),
Each of us has places and tales to share! What's four-wheeling or dirt motorcycling if not travel to places that create memories? It's not always the grandiose trip that leaves a lasting impression, either. Sometimes it's the convergence of time and place—in a most unusual way! I have four-wheeled since the mid-'sixties, and my appreciation for Jeep vehicles began with my folks' 1964 CJ-5, purchased new in the fall of 1964. On a chilly Friday night in the early spring of '65, we headed for Tonopah, Nevada in that four-cylinder CJ. It had the 1/3-2/3 seat, which accommodated all three of us
I've been around long enough to remember the first ATVs and also the three-wheeler era...I had the prudence to keep our kids off three-wheelers—although many pro riders and racers got their first OHV exposure on three-wheelers! Quads and ATVs have morphed into Polaris Rangers and sophisticated UTVs that race during the King of the Hammers' week! These virtual four-wheelers are regularly on the Rubicon Trail with their extraordinary wheel travel, adequate ground clearance, skid protection and tractability. A Razor and other performance quads can turn heads at hill climbs or sand dunes as we