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Coleville to Wild Horse Mt. Loop, Eastern Sierras, CA

 
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motopolo



Joined: 21 Mar 2017
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Location: S.CA


PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:12 pm    Post subject: Coleville to Wild Horse Mt. Loop, Eastern Sierras, CA Reply with quote

This track was created with Rally Navigator so I can load on my Rally Play/Rally Blitz instruments for a ride we are planning in May 2017.

It is designed as an easy two track for BMW GS 1100 (although we have not ridden it yet)

Ride starts/ends at the Coleville KOA on Hwy 395. It is a 67 Km route mostly dirt roads with some pavement. Loop goes to the East of Coleville, into NV, around Wild Horse Mt. Elevation rise is 1000 m.

Love to get feedback if anyone has tried this route or one close to it

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