Back on October the 21st a small group of us went to a place that was new to us for a huge event. It’s called “Mudslangers” & is just inside Houston, MS. It’s a little over 800 acres & some of the best maintained trails we have ridden. We will for sure go back…easy drive too, only 134 miles from our house. They are open from March til October every other weekend. It has nice camping area, plenty of mud, huge water hole to play in, & long, steep, curvy hills that are kept in great shape. Check em out next season if you get a chance, you will love it.
From what I heard, it was an old family hunting club. They decided to have an event (because you know hunters have atv’s) & they made so much money they turned it into an atv park. Click the link below for the video. It was an event so you will see some trucks in the bounty hole & towards the end you will see the awesome trails they have. Enjoy & catch you all soon.
I have been trying to think of different views & such to try & get for my videos. I finally tried it this past Saturday when I went riding with kids. There are two stabilizer type bars called “radius rods” above & below the rear axle so I decided to mount the GoPro to one of these. The intent was to get a partial view of the tire going through the mud & water. Also, anybody that is riding behind me (in this case, my youngest daughter). Where I messed up a bit was putting it on the driver’s side because that put the exhaust pipe in the view. I now know to put it on the other side next time. I think it still came out pretty cool though.
This is the segment where we were riding in the creek & it did good because the water kept rinsing the camera off. I shot another 11 minutes on the trails & it got covered in dust & mud & you couldn’t see after that. There are a couple of times where the camera goes underwater a bit & that view is pretty cool I think. Hope you all enjoy & please stop by my channel & hit the “like” button & subscribe. Thanks. Hit the below link to watch the video.
Summertime in Memphis if just miserable. If you have ever been here this time of year, you know what I mean. People talk all the time about how hot it gets out West, but it’s not the same. I have been out there when I used to drive a truck. The humidity is what gets you here. Once it gets in the 90’s, it feels like your lungs will collapse when you just step outside for a minute. You don’t even have to move to start sweating. Anyway, just haven’t been in the mood to pack up & go riding lately because when we stop to rest or eat, it’s unbearable. Hope to get back at it soon & bring you all some cool new videos.
I just busted through the 100 mark on subscribers to my channel…excited. So, just wanted to fill you all in & leave you with the video that has gotten the most views (over 9,600) on my channel so you could check it out. Hit that “subscribe” button & be looking out for new stuff soon. Thanks, click this link for the video.
Ok, a little over a year ago when my wife & I got married she found this awesome & beautiful place for us to go on our honeymoon & go riding. Yep, she’s that awesome…found the place & wanted to go (her idea). It is 40 miles north of Knoxville, Tn & is called Ride Royal Blue. We were there for five days & had an awesome time on our 4-wheeler. Two weekends ago (8th-12th) we decided to go back. We were able to take our two oldest boys this time because we now have two sxs’ (got rid of the 4-wheeler). There is basically 200,000 acres & 600 miles of trails that are on TWRA land & three campgrounds on this land. Royal Blue , Trail’s End Campground , & Sunquist. Each have cabins to rent, rv sites, & tent sites. You can buy 1 permit & ride all three of these. There is also Wind rock & Brimstone , however these two are private & require individual permits to ride them.
This time we stayed for 4 days at Trail’s End. We rode the trails there all day on Friday & then on Saturday we loaded up & drove over to Royal Blue for the day. We haven’t ridden the other three, but love Royal Blue & Trail’s End. The scenery is just beautiful & the trails are as tough as you want or easy as you want. You have to make plans to get to one of these places. The trail’s are all numbered & marked, plus you can get a free map of the trails to follow. Trust me, it is well worth the trip & I know you will enjoy it. Gonna leave you with the first video I made from our footage from the day at Royal Blue. Check my channel for the one at Trail’s End & will be getting up more footage from both real soon. Catch you real soon.
Riding at Royal Blue Part 1
Ok, so we picked up a new ride yesterday. We have decided to sell the 4-wheeler & get another sxs so it will be safer & easier for the kids to start going with us. My wife’s two boys live with us & my youngest two kids are with us every other weekend. Now we can alternate taking them & the good thing is that my wife & I can now ride every weekend instead of just twice a month. I feel so much more at ease knowing the kids will each have their own seat & seatbelts, plus navigating big ruts will be so much easier for them. We have the 2016 1000 Highlifter Edition & now yesterday I picked up our new 2017 900S RZR for the kids.
Looking forward to taking the boys this weekend & teaching them & showing them some stuff so this can become a family adventure that will build great memories for them. Have to get them ready because we are taking a 4-day trip up to Trail’s End Campground next month. Gonna be a great time.