LOL....ya, ya...all my fault !Philstrom talked me into it last season . He'll probably have the " everytrail" gps track of that day . We hit the trail at Parry sound and went quite a ways before we got to an impassible water barrier . Along the way , I dropped the bike and broke my shifter ( or was that some other hellish ordeal he talked me into ?)
Yup, remember doing the sand whoops on the KLR. Arms were mush by the end of it.I wouldn't want to ride the Seguin trail on a VStrom. I did it a couple of times on a KLR and it was pretty easy on that bike because of the higher ground clearance and longer suspension travel. Most of the trail would be relatively easy on a vstrom but there are long sandy, heavily whooped sections that would be miserable. The good thing is that the trail intersects with roads frequently, so if you come to a section you don't like you can just turn back and exit at the last road crossing.
any other routes you guys have done in that area, maybe north of Parrysound near Britt?