I spent a few days, with some freinds, wheeling at the Hammers.
On Sunday, a couple of us wheeled a new trail called, Big Johnson. It was an OK trail, and fairly challenging, but nothing more than Sledge Hammer, or Claw Hammer, and probably not quite as tough as Jack Hammer or Wrecking Ball.
So, we were talking to a few of the guys around the campfire that night, and decided we run again the next day. Chris Geiger happened to be there, and mentioned that, what we had ran was lower Big Johnson. Only two guys had gone up Upper Big Johnson up to that point, and that was to scout the trail. So with 11 competition rigs, consisting of 5 ARCA competitors, 3 NWRCA, CalRocs, ProRocks, etc. we headed up Monday morning. It was the best trail I have ran in years. This trail is just brutal, and had my stomach in butterflys all day long. There were several rollovers, including one for me, and a lot of fresh wrinkles in the sheet metal. I was only one of 2 rigs not, full tube frame buggy. Kathy only took a few pics, since its so hard to scare her out of the rig anymore, but One of the guys took a couple hundred pics, so more will follow.
(sensibly altered for occasional off road use)
Vision without Action, is a Daydream. Action without Vision is a Nightmare.