BLAST FROM THE PAST
Scenes from St. Louis Supercross
photos by Tyler Johnson
KLIM to host Cow Tag Off Road RideFor the second consecutive year KLIM will hosting the Cow Tag Off Road Ride. This unique off-road event gives riders the opportunity to spend a day riding amazing single-track trails and support Motorized Trail Advocacy Groups. The event will be held on June 25th at Kelly Canyon Ski Resort just a few miles from KLIM’s Idaho headquarters. In addition to the great riding, raffle prizes, pro rider appearances and great food one lucky rider will win a brand new BETA 300RR Race Edition.“Keeping trails open to motorized use is something all of us KLIM care deeply about. Our first Cow Tag event was a huge success and raised a lot of money and awareness for trail advocacy organizations. Building on what we learned last year the 2016 Cow Tag will be even better” said KLIM Marketing Director John Summers.The Cow Tag is a one-day event will put riders on the Big Hole Mountain trail system, guided by maps and GPS tracks, in search for valuable Cow Tags. Individual riders will be challenged to collect as many or the most challenging (depending on your strategy) Cow Tags as possible for valuable raffle tickets. Those tickets will be used to enter for prize drawings at the end of the event. There will be a separate nationwide drawing for the Beta 300RR Race Edition that will be presented by National Endurocross rider Max Gerston.The event will kick off on Friday evening with an Open House at KLIM’s headquarters in Rigby, riders will pick up their welcome packet and get the opportunity to tour the new facility. Riders not able to make it on Friday can check-in the next morning from 7:30 to 8:30 am at Kelly Canyon Ski Resort, breakfast will be also be provided. The ride will begin at 9:00 am and riders will have to be back at the staging area by 5:00 pm. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm while prizes are distributed and the BETA 300 RR Race Edition is given away.
ODDS AND ENDS
A HONDA TRAIL 90 ADVENTURE BIKE?
When we are adventure riding, we like everything to be prepared perfectly in advance. We start with a machine that is perfection on wheels. Otherwise we don’t head off to lands unknown. Englishman Ed March claims he started that way. His Honda C90 – basically a European road-going model like the Honda Trail 90 – began as a 1400-mile mint condition bike that had been parked indoors for its whole life. But that was before he rode it from Malaysia back to England traversing India and Iran among a host of other countries. Rather than rest up, he headed out for a trip through the Artic Circle in the winter. Next up was a trip from Alaska to South America. He rode across Alaska in summer, then across Canada in the winter and across the U.S. on the Trans America Trail last summer and fall. Now he is in California making final preparations for heading down south. To see his adventures or buy his videos go to https://www.facebook.com/c90adventures/
A DAY WITH GRAHAM JARVIS- ENDURO LIVE
Check out the pics of Graham Jarvis that we found at Endurolive.com. They are bloody wicked. Garry Barnes snapped them and they are worth the price of admission.
WOLF: BACK IN THE DAY