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@GrayBeard how was the training? Would you recommend it?
Absolutely. Definitely ride their bike so you don't have to think much about dirt naps. They take every slow, step by step in showing you that a big adventure bike must be ridden differently but can definitely take on enduro type riding. The experience and skills I learned at this training gave me the confidence to take my GS off into some of the gnarliest single track and even woods free riding. Definitely worth the time and money.
 

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Callahan-Cecilville Road or Sawyers Bar Road?
Cecilville Road travelling East to West.
I camped at Matthews Creek, which is at about the halfway point. Great little campground with an awesome swimming hole. That pic was the following morning heading towards Forks of Salmon.
If you follow the link in my signature, there's a video of parts of the ride ("California to Montana" with Cecilville Road starting at about the 7:20 point out of Callahan).
 

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Cecilville Road travelling East to West.
I camped at Matthews Creek, which is at about the halfway point. Great little campground with an awesome swimming hole. That pic was the following morning heading towards Forks of Salmon.
If you follow the link in my signature, there's a video of parts of the ride ("California to Montana" with Cecilville Road starting at about the 7:20 point out of Callahan).
I've done both roads. Great part of CA, the very definition of "out in the boondocks".
 
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