How does everyone ride, to a hotel for 2-3 days and ride outa there and back at end of day? Just one week for whole during winter , then a few weekends, or "im riding every day damn weekend and dont care what the wife says"
Im in Noreth east massachusetts , no riding here cept and ocassional cow path thru posted land , so needless to say , not realy fun riding. We usualy trailer em bout 4-5 hrs to get to the good stuff.throw on the saddlebags and try to do a 700-800 mile loop, try to go for 4-5 days at a wack and aim for ebery other weekend.
Last yr snow came late so in Jan we were trailering them pretty far up.
My work allows me to ride almost any time during the day as most of my sports work is at night. I also make my schedule so I front load it to get stuff done early on in the sports season so once the snow flies I'm free to ride almost whenever I want
I also do most of my work on the weekends which allows me to ride during the week when it's not so crowded. Another plus.
When there is snow at home (a week, if lucky) we try to ride the trails that we put work into. Otherwise, its in the trailer and to the cabin for the weekend. I got to the point last year when I was in school during the week (college) that I just left the sled at the cabin, in the garage.
For some of us, I think the days of riding out of our door is limited.
everyday from december pretty much.. and in feb march april i go to the mountains to get some good powder and drops etc. but the racetrack is ready in like early december so I ride pretty much everyday from dec to may. and some days during summer of course..
Try to go everyday my job is seasonal so winters I just stay at the lake house and go out whenever I feel like it. Whether it’s out the door to the lake or across the street to the trails. Also try to do several day trips with the trailer.
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