DIRT WHEELS (ISSN 1060-4804; Canada GST
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MARCH 2018, Volume 38, Issue 3, is published monthly
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CREATING THE BEST MEMORIES
Here is Randy Luckman and 17 of his buddies who began their ride on the
desert floor around the California and Nevada border. The long trail took them
high up into the mountains until they reached this spot here. The elevation is
11,673 feet. Making it to the top is always a good feeling.
Last month we told you about the Lake Elsinore GP in
Southern California and how a class was added this year for
three-wheelers. Well, here’s another photo from the event that
Dwight Jeckel sent in that shows how much fun they had. ❏