Chuck Lennon was no lemon, it was Oranges!

On our last day of riding before getting to Cocoa Beach we decided to try Chuck Lennon County Park. It’s in the middle of nowhere and boy were we surprised. They had two trails closed (double black and a red –which was all man made features), but the rest of the trails certainly got your … More Chuck Lennon was no lemon, it was Oranges!


Padre to Pensacola

We left Padre, headed out of Texas, rode in Lafayette before the rain then headed to Hattiesburg Mississippi to look at a van for sale. Nice van, but not configured for us. So on to Meridian. Bonita Lakes is a reservoir right in the city and Trailforks showed trails. The first day we rode the … More Padre to Pensacola

Back on the road

Well, it’s been a while…. A seven week stay on South Padre Island is done and we’re headed, slowly, toward Florida.  November on Padre was warm, with only 30% of the days kiteable.  It was worse for the windsurfers, so we shouldn’t complain. The last week in Padre we got some good, windy stormy, albeit … More Back on the road

Gallup NM???

Last year, Butch rode two days in Gallup and got chased by cold, rainy weather, so this year we went back together to check out the riding under sunny skies.  Our first day was in the Zuni Mountains- USFS land with well laid out trails through a full grown and well maintained forest.  This was … More Gallup NM???