Discussion in 'Virginia' started by JimmySmith, May 21, 2008.
woops its called the sandpits.. not the soundpits.
its in elizabeth city nc.
i stay in halifax county and my backyard is120 acres all woods tho, only about a mile of trail. every where else is ditch the cops area.
elizabeth city is just south the boarder. not hard to find on 17. the sand pits are out by coast guard base on the south east side on elizabeth. nevery been there but hear alot about it. ill have to check it out sometime. if anyone would like to hit it up let me know and we can meet at the walmart right off the highway in elizabeth city. if you would like to schedule at meeting pm me for my cell. remember though i'm still waiting on my axle to get here.....
talk about wakin up an old thread. i've been doin some work in Elizabeth City lately and will be there on and off for prolly the next 10 months. i would deffinatly like to find out where this riding spot is your talkin about.
oh, and i live in Chester VA.
im in the hampton roads area and was wondering the same thing, plus looking for where to ride.
im in the hampton roads area too and have been to the sandpits in nc its a good spot to ride. im headed to busco with some people the weekend of oct 16th if anyone wants to join. also i would be down for meeting up and going to the sandpits to ride another time. pm me for ideas for a date and maybe we can get something together.
sounds great my blaster is still in pieces and i still have not rode it.
let me help you put it together so you can ride.
i've got it completely stripped right now, sanding when im off school and when my wife don't have a honeydolist. hopefully this week ill get the frame painted and start putting it back together.
just got back from busco and blew my motor up with a random peice of metal and dont know where it came from... ill be workin on mine for a bit too. know anyone local that can bore a cylinder??
that sucks. not sure exactly, but try calling a few machine shops locally and see if they can help. it might be cheaper that way or try a local ripoff bike shop. im hoping to get mine together for this coming month. how far is busco?
i was gonna try werks engenering i hear they do decent work but im sending my cylinder to flotek tomorow busco is almost 3 hrs away but is a huge playground. im going again nov 19-21, any and all should come!!!
do you camp there?
lol somewhere along the lines in this old azz thread it got a little off topic lol
on topic lets go to busco!!! you can camp there or if you have an rv they have hookups8-|
um, we are from va, so what is off topic? sounds great, i wish i had money for an rv. i will see if i can make it but personally i would like to ride somewhere first to gain confidence in my blaster before then. I am not touching the motor and i hope its in better shape than the body was. I mean this guy that owned it before me knew the swing arm bearings were shot and falling out so he used electrical tape to hold the pieces in.lol
how soon are you getting your jug back from flotek?
electrical tape? everyone knows you have to use ducktape!! i dont get back from work till the tuesday before the trip and im hoping to have the motor back around the same time. im goin to wanna ride mine before i go too but not sure if ill have time. maybe you will have time to go to slaydes or behind corporate landing elementary there is a little bit of land. it would be a bummer to be sittn at busco with a broke machine...
yes im going to try slades out. where is corporate landing? is it legal? i hope my blaster will be up in a couple more weeks. frames painted, i still need to paint rims,a arms, swingarm, and pegs. I am waiting on swing arm bearings, handlebars,reeds and cables. I started assembling it somewhat.
sounds like my bike... corporate landing is near damneck and general booth. is it legal? i didnt have any trouble when i went and didnt see any no trespassing signs. i parked at the back of the school and went behind the baseball feild i think it was. through the woods and you will be in some feilds. its not a big place.
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