OK, So here is where I plan to go.
It may be a bit crowded, I do not know, it also does cost $7.
I really don't know what to expect. So, if you are interested in going, please do not have some kind of crazy aspirations of this being incredible, as I have no idea what it will be.
I intend to arrive about 9AM. I want to have the bulk of the day to practice. I may be bringing my truck and some tools, just in case I manage to break stuff and need to try and make repairs, or haul away the pieces of my bike.
It looks to be primarily trails, looking through the photos, there is nothing that would scare me on my Mountain Bike, so who knows, maybe the Vstrom will come out OK.
I bought a skidplate, and I already have crash bars. For anyone wanting to go, I really reccomend you have the same. I have already tested my crash bars once, and can assure you, they are worth the $200. The givi ones seem to go up the highest, protecting the plastics the best. If you don't, and you drop your bike, and there is broken plastic everywhere, I will feel bad, but will not pay to help you fix it.
I am going to bring some food as I want to be able to remain in the area the bulk of the day without having to leave for supplies. This is not going to be 6 guys sitting on a fence shooting the breeze. I really want to learn how to off road ride, as I am 100% rookie at it.
If you have any kind of dirt experience, I will latch on to you like a leech and ask you questions for hours.
Anyhow, I am psyched to go, if you are interested in going, let me know. More the merrier and all that.
Oh, last of all, when? I do not know quite yet. This time of year, it is tough, as it rains a lot. Rain = mud. Mud = way too much maintenence on a bike like mine. I need it to be dry and dusty, as that is much easier to clean off my chain and sprockets. I am hoping within the next 2 or 3 weeks. It all depends on weather, and if you live in Oklahoma, you understand.