There will almost always be a few people down for a run. There is a pretty good mix from mild to wild build stages here (although no Atlas gearboxes I think). I think the hardest thing you'll find is ironing out a date that allows the max participation.
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We went out to do a shakedown run for #occupyollalie next weekend. We ran into some very cool brothers and their dad that wanted to hit the lake if at all possible. I broke trail until the fallen tree work was not fun any longer (4+feet of snow and lots of downed trees). We decided to then to set up for an awesome mule deer tenderloin and backstrap lunch in perfect weather. What an awesome trip.
Looks fun! What pressure were you running? Was the 4Runner out there solo? Did y'all camp or just pop the tent for nap time? What is #occupyollalie?
I was at 5psi. 4 runner was there with another group. Just making sure it wasn't wet and getting moldy. Dry as a bone and in great shape even after all this wet weather. A once a year trip for people that can make it out to Ollalie during the best/deepest snow wheeling of the year.
Last Edit: Feb 19, 2020 22:30:02 GMT -8 by Stretch
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